Statement Analysis - 19.09.2017
In Statement Analysis
HOST (George Noory): Can you tell deception in writings?
PETER HYATT: Yes. That's chiefly how it's done.
Is that easier than spoken word?
Much easier. That's how, in terms of learning how to go from statement analysis to discourse analysis it takes a lot of time but that's how people are taught first. It's in written statements they learn to look at the words and believe the words, and let the words guide them.
The Madeleine McCann case is one I think that your listeners would be interested in. That was a big mystery. There's a website madeleinefilms.net I believe, a documentarian from the United Kingdom who is often dismissed as a conspirial [sic] theorist.
So instead of listening to the arguments, he's dismissed. And he came over to the United States, he interviewed me and gave me an analysis on the parents. And I found him anything but the tinfoil hat character that's made up to try to silence him. He was a gentleman, he did a great job interviewing, and he may not have agreed with everything I said but he allowed me to explain why: the McCanns literally embedded their admission into their own words. They gave it away. So that is another case like the Jonbenet Ramsey case, where the parents literally gave away what happened in the house.