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Post  xtina on Sat 26 Nov - 10:50

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=slziMpXYjJo&t=34s Part 1


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qyB29g6nbDo&t=27s Part 2


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VWWjkL-joS4&t=42s Part 3
hard D Hall release)
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Post  cherry1 on Sat 26 Nov - 16:41

These are really interesting and confirm what most of us have been saying for years
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Post  cherry1 on Sat 26 Nov - 16:43

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Re: RICHARD HALL RELEASE ...McCanns' Embedded Confessions - Statement Analysis

Post  malena stool on Sat 26 Nov - 18:08

Thanks for this xtina.

Sadly Peter Hyatt's analysis of the McCanns statements will/has gone the same way as that of: Canine evidence, Forensic evidence, Gaspar statement and all the obvious sound logical common sense arguments that have been discounted out of hand in Madeleine's disappearance.

They are still searching for a tall short bald faceless man with long lank black hair and a moustache...

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Post  Badboy on Sat 26 Nov - 19:30

VERY INTERESTING.ALL SHOULD HEARD THIS
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Post  interested on Sun 27 Nov - 0:21

Very interesting comments from Peter Hyatt who is highly thought of in law enforcement circles in the U.S. He has in succinct words confirmed what we have been saying for getting close to ten years. He has rumbled the McCanns.

What was it Gerry said, "confusion is good". He's been good at that, frequently going overboard in his explanations. "The gift of the gab" indeed.

I have to believe that U.K. law enforcement must be aware of the importance of statement analysis, whether or not they can actually make use of this in court (much like the dog alerts).

Peter Hyatt has shown over and over again how the McCanns gave no thought to what happened to Madeleine, because they "knew"; their only concern from day one has been their own sorry behinds.

All of which leaves me with the same old questions: "Why aren't they behind bars?" "Who is protecting them and why?"


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Post  cherry1 on Sun 27 Nov - 13:41

There are a few links circulating on the internet - comments made some years ago discrediting Peter, please ignore, seems the instigator is a self confessed convicted hacker and liar Deric Loslutter, who goes onto websites makes things up for notoriety and to highlight a rape case in Ohio.
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Post  cherry1 on Sun 27 Nov - 13:42

Peter Hyatt

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After Part Three is up, this coming Thursday, a team of analysts will be analyzing a very specific part of this case; a most disturbing element. More to follow...

With thanks to CMOMM

Snipped from Peter Hyatt's blog..

Saturday, November 26, 2016

The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann: Conclusion

"In a sense, Maddie McCann is the UK's version of the Jonbenet Ramsey murder. This coming week, I am asking a team of experienced analysts to jointly work through the language seeking to uncover a single indicator: Was Madeleine McCann a possible victim of sexual abuse. This will be done live on Thursday, November 30th, over a period of 6 hours online. I hope to post the results of this analysis on Friday, December 1st, as well as put together a written report."

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Re: RICHARD HALL RELEASE ...McCanns' Embedded Confessions - Statement Analysis

Post  cherry1 on Sun 27 Nov - 21:31

http://statement-analysis.blogspot.co.uk/2016/11/madeleine-mccann-embedded-confession_27.html?m=1

Sunday, November 27, 2016


Madeleine McCann Embedded Confession: Announcement


Richard Hall did an excellent job as an interviewer in the Disappearance of Madeleine McCann documentary.

Readers here know that i embrace "Analytical Interviewing"; that is, a legally sound, non-intrusive method of interviewing a subject where no interpretation is done by the interviewer. This means the subject interprets his or her own words for us.

The Analytical Interview is based upon the subject's own words and allows us to "enter into" the language.

Richard Hall went into the interview well prepared, knowledgeable, and with the purpose of seeking information. This is not the norm in media where the 'focus' is often the interviewer, himself or herself, for the purpose of ratings. Mr. Hall sought information in his interview and has, in my opinion, bested some professionals, including some very high paid ones. He wanted information and fulfilled this role accurately. Although we strongly follow the 'rules' of Analytical Interviewing in investigatory interviews, law enforcement knows that the rules are guides; not absolutes and will, when need be, interrupt, for example, the subject. After the interview, law enforcement will enter the interrogation phase; something unique to their roles and not part of journalism.

He came into the interview with many strong opinions on the case, but allowed me to 'allow' the parents of Madeleine McCann, to speak for themselves. Whether this agreed with his beliefs about the case or not, he did not allow anything to interfere with this flow of information. This is dramatically different than the propaganda or narrative driven journalism of main stream media today.

Mr. Hall sets a solid example for journalists interested, not in self promotion, but in information.

What's next?

Next up is the written analysis of this particular McCann interview for readers. It will be more in depth than most blog entries, and for those interested in studying analysis, it is of value to see how we avoid interpreting a subject's words, instead, we embrace them and seek to learn why a specific word was used.

On Thursday, December 1st, I intend to bring a team of analysts through the work, but with a singular focus: Sexual Abuse.

According to the words of the McCanns, Madeleine was not sold into sexual slavery but died in Portugal. This is most evidenced in that Maddie was "beyond parental concern"; something that parents who know their child is deceased often indicate. This is why so many thousands of people, particularly in the UK, felt strongly that the McCanns were not truthful. Many comments reveal the line of thinking: 'the McCanns are more concerned about themselves than the child...', of which the analysis agrees.

Was Madeleine a victim of child abuse?

This is an open question in that child abuse investigations include:

Neglect
Verbal Abuse
Physical Abuse
Emotional Abuse (which can differ from Verbal Abuse)
Exploitation
as well as the number one form of child abuse in terms of scope, "Neglect."

In all child abuse investigations, a safety "assessment" is made. Regardless of the allegation, all aspects of child abuse are explored, including:

Sexual Abuse: Doors and Lights

In statement analysis, the topic of sexual abuse is so broad that it requires not only competent study, research and application, but advanced work as well.

We do not interpret: we listen.

We also ask, "why?"

"I opened the door, turned on the light, and there she was."

John Ramsey on the discovery of murdered Jonbenet Ramsey.

First, we believe him.

We believe he opened the door.

We believe he turned on the light.

We believe she was there.

We do not interpret or assign any alternative meaning to the words.

We do ask "why?" in our analysis.

Why did he need to tell us that he opened the door?
Why did he need to tell us that he turned on the light?

The "Law of Economy" says he could have simply said, "I found her in the basement."

Instead, before the 'finding', we have two distinct and unnecessary inclusions:

"door" and "lights."

Decades of research has found an association between the unnecessary use of these words and sexual activity, including childhood sexual abuse.

It is not difficult to understand why.

Here is a short lesson:

"Doors."

If a child is sexually abused in her home, in her own bed, and by a trusted adult, the trauma is more severe than we currently understand.

The heightened hormonal alert can sometimes leave imprinted sensory descriptions upon the brain that stay with the victim her (or his) entire life.

Consider repeat sexual abuse of a child where the child has a distinct and hormonally elevated memory of the sound of a door opening.

The child will suffer. This can be anything from self-destructive promiscuity to compromised immune system to un or underdeveloped brain processing, to...self loathing, substance abuse and a life time of hyper vigilance and night terrors.

The child will suffer.

Some will go on to reoffend.

Others may become "failure to protect" parents, while the vast majority of them become extremely protective; sometimes to the detriment of the child's development.

The "door" is remembered by the brain and will, at times, unnecessarily enter the language.

We do not interpret the "door" as something other than a door: We ask "why" the subject used it and we explore for possible child sexual abuse:

his own, as a victim, or possibly as a predator.

Since "doors", when used unnecessarily in a statement, is sometimes linked to childhood sexual abuse, we next look at the word "light" in the same way.

The word "light" expresses energy and we find it, when used unnecessarily, as a possible signal of sexual activity.

When someone writes, "I turned off the light and went to sleep", we see the action of turning off a light as not necessary to say. We then seek to learn why the subject felt the need to tell us the light was turned off and we sometimes find:

it is due to a negative sexual experience; sometimes impotency or rejection.

In John Ramsey's statement, we find that in the murder of a little girl who was in a "sexualized environment", was a bed wetter, and who had been treated for repeat urinary tract infections, two indications of sexual activity (including one child sexual abuse specific) in one sentence.

We then look at other statements by the parents to learn more about this.

Analysis Assistance

We often find, particularly in a confession or admission, that the subject is now willing to "help" us learn. This is one of the most marvelous educational opportunities any analyst can experience:

The subject's commentary on your analysis.

I first experienced this years ago in a case of theft where a suspect was cleared by a well experienced law enforcement investigator.

She had allowed for her person and vehicle to be searched and was cooperative with the investigation, including a thorough interview.

The officer was convinced she "didn't do it" to the point where he was angry at the analysis. This was my first encounter with "junk science" (also said about polygraph, voice stress analysis) from within law enforcement.

He did not want to do a joint interview and declined the analysis before he interviewed her, calling upon his decades of experience instead.

The statement she had written showed not only the theft, but the time of the theft, the mechanisms of the theft and her motive.

I interviewed her twice.

It is in the follow up interview that we get our most confessions or admissions. (An admission is a confession without moral responsibility. In this case, she admitted the theft, but denied it was immoral to do so as she felt justified).

After the admission, I asked her if she would "take me through" the analysis.

It was amazing.

When, for example, she wrote, "did my work assignment" without the dropped pronoun, she told me, "Well, actually I didn't do it. I went out for a smoke, instead."

Where she wrote, "I sat down with the supervisor" she confirmed:

a. "sat" as body posture was added as she was very tense;

b. "with" showed the distance between them: they strongly disagreed about work hours
c. "the supervisor" is a strong signal of a "bad relationship" between them. She said, "I can't stand her!"

When it came time to show her the exact moment of the theft and how she did it, she was amazed and confirmed it.

I finally asked her,

"How did you fool the investigator?"

She said it was "easy" and that she cried a little and he did most of the talking. She said it was like "he did the work for me."

In Analytical Interviewing, we not only let the subject do 80% or more of the talking, we do our best to use only the subject's words, avoiding introducing any new words.

Interestingly enough, local law enforcement refused to believe she had admitted the theft.

I had her put it in writing.

The twist of fate?

The original investigator had to deliver the court summons. He was not pleased.

A subject who admits or confesses is a golden opportunity for personal growth for an investigator. It increases resolve, confidence in the analysis, true enough, but much more, it broadens his understanding of how powerful this tool is.

For training at home, or through hosting a seminar, please go to Hyatt Analysis Services.

This is for police, journalists, human resource professionals, therapists, and so many other professions where detecting deception is needed.

We offer tuition payment plans, as well as an automatic 12 months of e-support: your work is "proofed."

Everyone makes mistakes. If you are formally trained, you are given the opportunity for precise correction of the error, while in study, and will learn how to spot error, and where to key in on missing information.

With this support, you will never submit an errant report or opinion, if you have your work checked by other professionals.

This is key to learning.

Stay tuned.

I hope to publish analysis and findings on Friday, December 2nd, 2016, as we continue to study the case of the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, and sift through the deception offered by the parents.







Peter Hyatt at 12:14 PM
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Re: RICHARD HALL RELEASE ...McCanns' Embedded Confessions - Statement Analysis

Post  cherry1 on Mon 28 Nov - 23:56

http://statement-analysis.blogspot.co.uk/2016/11/madeleine-mccann-live-chat-q-friday.html

Monday, November 28, 2016

Madeleine McCann: Live Chat Q & A Friday, December 2, 2016

On Friday, December 2, at 12PM Eastern Time (NY Time), we will host a Q & A Discussion on the Disappearance of Madeleine McCann.

**Space may be limited so please reply in the comments section if you plan to attend. If you use "Anonymous", please add a nickname to your post.

This will be by invitation to "Go To Meeting" and will allow for both Question and Answers about:

Analysis of the case;

Statement Analysis principles and training opportunities.


"Wise As a Serpent; Gentle As a Dove" for more learning about Statement Analysis and how it is used in cases.


New Meeting
Fri, Dec 2, 2016 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM EST
Please join our meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone.

https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/302877197
You can also dial in using your phone.
United States +1 (872) 240-3412
Access Code: 302-877-197

Submission of questions and comments is done in writing, and using a headset for the audio is quite helpful for quiet listening.

A display screen will be up of various statements made by the family including transcripts of interviews.

This is also an opportunity for those who disagree with the analysis to question or counter any point made, while also allowing for reasoning of what went into the analysis.

When the McCanns spoke publicly, it is presupposed that the audience will either believe them, or not, with some undecided.

With Statement Analysis, we are able to give an opinion and state the reasons why we believe or disbelieve them.

Because this form of analysis is a scientific exercise, if an error is made, the error is able to be traced and corrected; as the same data inputed should produce the same results. Whether the work is done here in the United States, or on the other side of the world, the even application of principle should produce the same results anywhere in the world.

Statement Analysis should always be subjected to healthy scientific scrutiny and stand upon its own merit.

The principles applied to cases remain the same: Where one intends communication, analysis can and should be done.

Where one intends to deceive, analysis can highlight this.

The live discussion will be approximately 2 hours in length and should allow for the various view points and challenges to be made.

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Re: RICHARD HALL RELEASE ...McCanns' Embedded Confessions - Statement Analysis

Post  interested on Sat 3 Dec - 20:11

Any news on Peter Hyatt's discussion on December 2?
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Post  AnnaEsse on Sat 3 Dec - 20:39

interested wrote:Any news on Peter Hyatt's discussion on December 2?

Nothing yet, but I'm told that HiDeHo is working on it.

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Post  cherry1 on Mon 5 Dec - 9:53

Thank you Lizzy

This is first part leading up to main bit

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z_TXtV9rj5c
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Post  cherry1 on Mon 5 Dec - 9:55

Full audio of Peter's live meeting re McCanns here, thanks to Lizzy

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ykheH484ORI
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Post  cherry1 on Fri 9 Dec - 19:00

PETER'S STATEMENT ANALYSIS OF KATE'S INTERVIEW


http://statement-analysis.blogspot.co.uk/2016/12/interview-analysis-kate-mccann.html?m=1
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Post  AnnaEsse on Fri 9 Dec - 20:04

cherry1 wrote:PETER'S STATEMENT ANALYSIS OF KATE'S INTERVIEW


http://statement-analysis.blogspot.co.uk/2016/12/interview-analysis-kate-mccann.html?m=1

Excellent analysis. All that...errr...emmm...you know....I mean....to be honest. And of course, the focus being on Kate and Gerry rather than on Madeleine.

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Post  interested on Sat 10 Dec - 0:52

Thanks to "cherry1" for the link to Peter's Statement Analysis - it is so telling.

So many things ring true for me - "We are witnesses to a crime" and "Innocent parents not only blame themselves, they excessively blame themselves."

The McCanns have never blamed themselves for Madeleine's disappearance; all I've ever heard was how they excused their behavior in leaving three children, under the age of four unattended.
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Post  weissnicht on Sat 10 Dec - 11:04

xtina wrote:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=slziMpXYjJo&t=34s    Part 1


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qyB29g6nbDo&t=27s   Part 2


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VWWjkL-joS4&t=42s   Part 3
hard D Hall release)
Very interesting.
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