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Post by JohnyT on 26.11.16 20:53

That's what I was concerned about too although I was unsure of his credentials etc. and maybe put it the wrong way. I'm a sceptic i suppose.
    In the last part of the interview he says he advises companies who to employ via the prospective employee telling him about themselves, so basically, if you 'say' things in the wrong way (like I often do) you won't get the job.
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Post by JohnyT on 26.11.16 20:54

@MayMuse wrote:For what it's worth I think the McCanns days of Carter Rucking people are over, just an opinion and as an opinion it would be a sad and sorry day should a personal or an experts opinion become such that one has to continually run to a lawyer... to defend their rights to an "opinion"? 
Agreed but certain people do do that to shut people up don't they.
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Post by Carrry On Doctor on 26.11.16 20:58

Watched all three videos. Excellent. Well done and thank you Richard.

The videos cement the beliefs of many on this forum, and are consistent with our own expert, Hobs.

Personally though, I don't think MM suffered sexual abuse. Physically, or verbally/mentally (as a less favoured child), yes, quite possibly, but notably PH suggests that the language used in reference to abuse could be a result of KM's, rather than MM's, upbringing. Very minor point and just my thoughts.

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Post by Judex on 26.11.16 21:28

@MayMuse wrote:
@kaz wrote:Whilst I have always believed  that Madeleine died in 5A as a result of an accident and believe  that Peter Hyatt is very good at what he does I just have one reservation . In the  part where Gerry McCann unwittingly confesses Peter Hyatt cites the fact that Gerry brings up the ' fall' version o Madeleine's death in the interview as proof of that is what actually happened because...........................''  why bring it up , no one else had mentioned it..'' ( can't remember the exact words but that was the  gist of it ) In fact of course the accusation of that very thing was well out in the open at that stage and something  Gerry might well have wanted to address for any number of reasons .
I noted this also and think thwt Peter Hyatt may not have been aware of that information as he openly admitted he hadn't seen or researched the whole of the case and was specifically analysing that particular interview.  Whether or not GM wanted to address a "fell/fall" for any number of reasons, when you put the whole of his words into context he addresses "accident" "leaving" "dinner" "died" etc etc , these are his words on the aspect of his daughter vanishing, not of her suffering at the hands of an abuctor or of a paedophile..? 
Considering this is their personal "theory" ...Huge red flag in my opinion.

Whatever one may think of statement analysis, Hobs, in an excellent post in March, has already pointed to multiple involuntary 'leakages' from KM and others about 'falling' , 'banging head', being bumped on the head', 'tin of beans falling off shelf'... etc.,. when nothing in the item under dicussion, or asked by the questioner, could possibly be deemed to suggest or provoke such specific references...
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Post by Tony Bennett on 26.11.16 21:53

Get'emGonçalo wrote:PeterMac has sent this video to Operation Grange.
British police forces use Statement Analysts all the time to help them to solve crimes. They help to identify areas which are very sensitive to the suspect/witness. They also can be used to uncover contradictions and inconsistencies, either within one witness's testimony, or as between the accounts of different witnesses whose accounts differ (the alleged David Payne/Kate McCann encounter at about 6.30pm on 3 May 2007 being a classic example).

There's one problem, though. The remit of Operation Grange determined in advance that Madeleine had been abducted and that the purpose of Grange was to 'help the family'. That's why I can guarantee that the police have not used statement analysis to put the witness statements of the McCanns and the Tapas 7 under the microscope.  

In response to @ Verdi, it must be conceded that StatementAnalysis is an inexact science. More properly, it should probably be called a 'craft'. And some statement analysts are undoubtedly more experienced than others. But it cannot be denied that they have been used to ery good purpose in many police investigations.

Richard's 'Embedded Confessions' video has certainly set the #McCann hashtag and Twitter on fire. It also seems to have created a sudden and unprecedented agreement amongst those following the twists and turns of the McCann case - certainly judging by the tweets today (below). It was of course the main news item on Twitter's #McCann News Daily.

LoveTextusa was urging folk to join CMOMM, whilst a tweeter callad susanmcbriety sent a link to Richard's film to Katie Hopkins:

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Today's #McCann hashtag tweets promoting 'Embedded Confessions'      
 

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LoveTextusaBlog ‏@ LoveTextusa  · 22h22 hours ago 
With thanks to @ RichardDHall http://www.richplanet.net/starship_main.php?ref=235&part=1 … Embedded Confessions #mccann

LoveTextusaBlog ‏@ LoveTextusa  · 15h12 hours ago 
JOIN here today, news and views! https://jillhavern.forumotion.net/  The Complete Mystery of Madeleine #mccann

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NEW Peter Hyatt statement analysis expert for FBI destroys Kate & Gerry #mccann in their deceit @ laurarichards99

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@ KTHopkins Mccanns "Embedded Confessions" a must watch http://www.richplanet.net/starship_main.php?ref=235&part=1 …

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Post by worriedmum on 26.11.16 22:15

Watched this and I think this is THE watershed in the whole sorry case. There's no going back from this. I would like Peter Hyatt's analysis of Gerry talking about 'searching for a missing body', now.
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Post by Richard IV on 26.11.16 23:45

Get'emGonçalo wrote:PeterMac has sent this video to Operation Grange.

Great. clapping 

OG must have a room full of evidence considering the amount PM and TB have sent them over the years.  Whats`ername must be drowning in it by now.
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Post by Verdi on 26.11.16 23:56

@Hobs wrote:Peter is as qualified as he says and his credentials have been checked.
Any chance of a link to his credentials and/or who has checked them?  Before reading your post, having seen a few rather derogatory claims about his background, I've been searching for something - anything - to confirm his claims over and above his own blog.

I did however, come across this - clearly the origin of the content of Richard D. Hall's videos, written way back in November 2012..

http://statement-analysis.blogspot.co.uk/2012/11/statement-analysis-mccann-interview-2011.html

Apart from your insightful input in the comments section, being in the same field of work, I'm hoping you can fill in the gaps - anything to halt the negative vibes that are fast gaining ground in cyberspace.

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Post by Hobs on 27.11.16 0:03

Just because  sensitive language appears in a statement doesn't mean someone is guilty of something. A good analyst won't say they are lying because they used such and such a word.
questions would be asked to find out why there is sensitivity.
It could be that the person is in deed guilty as charged or has ill intentions towards the business.
It could also mean that they have a different issue.
For example a child goes missing and parental language shows sensitivity in relation to the child.
On closer examination and interview it turns out they had a row  before the child went missing, perhaps they are innocent of involvement in the childs disappearance but they have a substance abuse habit they wish to conceal, or they are having an afair or there are financial difficulties.
Deception is not concluded on a single word it is culmination of hours of interviews and then reading the verbatim  transcripts/written statements, noting where there are flags, where there are temporal lacunae, changes in language not warranted by a change in  reality, pronouns and  tenses.

All combine to prove truth or deception.

Statement analysis is hard work both physically and emotionally as the analyst seeks to learn what the subject knows, how they speak, their own personal dictionary including slang and dialect.
An analyst never stops learning  nor do they want to, each subject is a new challenge be it for a job interview or a criminal case

Verdi unless you have committed a crime you want to keep hidden or you have ulterior motives that are of bad intent then you will not end up in jail based on your words.
However, if you have committed a crime and you are interviewed regarding said crime, you will be found out and you will face justice.

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Post by Verdi on 27.11.16 0:12

@Richard IV wrote:OG must have a room full of evidence considering the amount PM and TB have sent them over the years.  Whats`ername must be drowning in it by now.
Yes - filed under 's' for shredder I don't doubt.  Still, as with bloggers that decline to publish comments - at least you know it's been read before being recycled.

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Post by Guest on 27.11.16 1:44

The essence here - and indeed (as noted) the wider interpretation, has been fantastic.

But we should add a few caveats before deciding (as some have - not necessarily here) that statement analysis has told us everything.

The first is in the choice of interview (legal, press, tablod, video etc), location, and greater than that, the amount of variables Peter was able to account for.

Start with the first - An Australian, Media interview of 2011.

Three important points off the bat; Not a continental interview, not a legal interview (hence the awful leading questions), and not a contemporary interview.

Let's be immediately clear - this is not a criticism of Richard. If we had video versions of the actual contemporary/Portuguese/legal  interviews, then we'd likely not even be debating this. We take what we have.

But we must accept - and filter - what we have.

For instance, when Gerry speaks of a 'fall', 'purported out of Portugal', we know this is referring to Goncalo Amaral's book/documentary, which had by now asserted the possibility of 'falling behind the sofa'. But without knowing/acknowledging that, it looks like a 'knowing' statement. This is neither a mistake of science nor a mistake of Peter Hyatt. He is merely interpreting what he sees and hears in front of him, without excessive knowledge of the case (not knowing the Gaspar statements being a good example). Indeed, possessing such knowledge would render him obsolete. His testimony and organic findings are key, over any specific minutae.

If Gerald is mentioning a fall purely as a result of the Amaral investigation's findings, then taking it out of the equation (or at least, judging it on such grounds) becomes necessary. 

The abuse quotients are more unique; Peter mentions details which we generally speaking would not have accounted for. For example the subtle victim blaming, hygiene (teeth) etc.

What of Gerald's mention of last seeing Madeleine? I have always held this up in my mind as genuine - overexagerrated for a reason. Gerald seems effusively happy in the playground photos. Kate is absent (though being in absentia is not meaning anything in itself I hasten to add). But, Gerry gushes over his last SEEING Madeleine, whereas Kate is unilaterally opposed to verifying possibly being last to see her over Gerry - Gerry literally places himself seeing her in her bed, whereas Kate can't bring herself to say whether she joined Gerry in the 'last check' before leaving 90~ minutes earlier. That always spoke volumes to me. Whatever happened, Gerry's bond with her was, on the surface at least, stronger.

Apologies for brevity at 0130. Too many talking points.

Peter's analysis seems to give us three crystalline points;

 - That Madeleine has sadly expired
 - That Madeleine's parents are both aware of this
 - That she died of an accident/her death was occulted

And at risk of pushing the findings - that both parents are aware of the reason and cause she died, posssibly involving a situation of abuse

The main debate would still appear to fall around the questions when, where and how. If we can at least (in the popular sphere) move the debate there, we are getting somewhere,
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Post by Grande Finale on 27.11.16 3:06

Another excellent video from Richard, I am impressed by Peter Hyatts craft and I especially appreciate the way in which he can (not only indicate red flag pointers, which would indicate issues that investigators should question further) but also explain in a simple manner WHY it is so !

HOBS has also provided us with many meaningful insights over the years for which a grateful thanks is due, thank you.

Now combine such statement analysis with the body language that various people have highlighted over the years and we have a very powerful indication of the REAL truth of what went down in PDL.

PS. A version of the truth ? wonder what Peter would make of that ?
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Post by Guest on 27.11.16 10:32

Many thanks to Richard for bringing us Peter's fascinating
analysis of the interview which confirms what so many of us have thought over the years.

I am aware there is information being circulated on the internet discrediting Peter, please ignore this. The origin seems to come from sites with comments made a number of years ago involving a person called Deric Lostutter who is a self confessed convicted liar and hacker who seems to go onto websites makes up lies to gain notoriety and raise awareness of an Ohio rape case.
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Post by Verdi on 27.11.16 12:27

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."

http://statement-analysis.blogspot.com/

Parental guidance:  The comments section has attracted the usual caliber of cybernaughties - be warned, some might find the language offensive.

NB:  Hope it's OK to post this snippet from Peter Hyatt's blog - if not please delete!

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Post by Verdi on 27.11.16 12:33

Take it out of the UK - a very cunning ruse!

The McCanns wanted an American audience so now they have it.  Beware of what you wish for, it can come back and bite you on the bum..

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Post by Verdi on 27.11.16 12:47

April28th wrote:

The main debate would still appear to fall around the questions when, where and how. If we can at least (in the popular sphere) move the debate there, we are getting somewhere,
If Im reading you rightly (apologies if not), the ardent disciples following this case, CMoMM in particular, have been trying to solve that conundrum for the past 9.7 years.

Peter Hyatt's conclusions are nothing new but at least Richard D. Hall's latest videos have regenerated interest in the case and further exposed the McCanns blatant deceit.  Can't be bad!

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Post by Judex on 27.11.16 17:35

[quote="April28th"]
For instance, when Gerry speaks of a 'fall', 'purported out of Portugal', we know this is referring to Goncalo Amaral's book/documentary, which had by now asserted the possibility of 'falling behind the sofa'. But without knowing/acknowledging that, it looks like a 'knowing' statement. This is neither a mistake of science nor a mistake of Peter Hyatt. He is merely interpreting what he sees and hears in front of him, without excessive knowledge of the case (not knowing the Gaspar statements being a good example). Indeed, possessing such knowledge would render him obsolete. His testimony and organic findings are key, over any specific minutae.
If Gerald is mentioning a fall purely as a result of the Amaral investigation's findings, then taking it out of the equation (or at least, judging it on such grounds) becomes necessary. '''"

I think what I was really getting at was this. April28th points out that GM's use of 'falling' was understandable, thus not somehow 'inappropriate'....

But KM's 'tin of beans falling off a shelf' was her response to Mrs Fenn's reaction to being told that 'a little girl is missing', an image of 'falling' utterly inappropriate and totally out of context. It therefore remains as a bizarre example of leakage, or cross-contamination of emotionally charged imagery.

Also, note again in passing the equally inappropriately cool distancing of 'a little girl' not 'our darling eldest daughter', at the most fraught moment of the drama!
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Post by notlongnow on 27.11.16 20:23

Thought it was very good and easy to follow.
Would really like to see R.d.Hall do a video of R. murat
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Post by Verdi on 27.11.16 20:26

This is really starting to annoy me.  I understand everything put forward to substantiate the function of a statement analyst and irrespective of the fact that I think it to be an over exaggerated display of self worth by the analyst, still I cannot accept that statement analysis is a useful tool in terms of criminal investigation.

Rather than take the subject at face value just because it's what you want to hear, why not question the value of it's interpretation - why not single out individual aspects of the interview so open to alternative interpretation?  More than once I've seen it said that Richard D. Hall is taken aback by some of the interpretations made by Peter Hyatt, taken aback maybe but not by the sheer revelation of the moment - more by disbelief I think.  Under duress I've just watched most of the third part again,  the entire interview is based on the same premise - Gerry and Kate McCanns thoughts are of themselves only.  Maybe or may not be for reasons identified by interview analysis - maybe just because they are sociopaths guilty of a horrendous crime who care not for the victim their daughter, only for themselves
 
I think I can see through the purpose of this interview.  I feel a degree of admiration for Richard D. Hall, patiently enduring  2-3 hours of interview analysis in order to clarify what so many already think and have done for the past nine + years.

Peter Hyatt's indepth analysis on Thursday 31st November/Friday 1st December should be interesting.  Meanwhile think I'll nominate Richard D. Hall for a gold medal!

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Post by Tony Bennett on 27.11.16 23:16

No. of views of 'Embedded Confessions' so far:

No. 1   21,833
No. 2   12,538
No. 3   11,347

Total: 45,718

Not bad after 2 days and a few hours

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Dr Martin Roberts: "The evidence is that these are the pjyamas Madeleine wore on holiday in Praia da Luz. They were photographed and the photo handed to a press agency, who released it on 8 May, as the search for Madeleine continued. The McCanns held up these same pyjamas at two press conferences on 5 & 7June 2007. How could Madeleine have been abducted?"

Amelie Mcann (aged 2): "Maddie's jammies!".  

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Post by rroloff on 28.11.16 21:05

Dear forum members,

Yesterday I saw the new documentary made by Richard D. Hall. I thought it was quite an impressive analysis by Mr. Hyatt.

What I thought was strange in the interview was that Mrs McCann in the beginning (around 30:50') says something like "we sound like the most biased parents on the planet [....] and she was just really the really nice, round, perfect head". I have never heard somebody say something like that about a baby. I was wondering, might this be an indication that something happened to Madeleines head that may have caused her death?

In which topic may I put this question?

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Post by Jill Havern on 28.11.16 21:48

Welcome rroloff, I have merged your topic with this existing one. thumbsup
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Post by suzysu on 28.11.16 22:57

I'm sure I'm not the only person who considers this whole case to be baffling. I felt instictively from the moment I heard the news on the morning that Madeleine went missing that there was something wrong with the situation. As a 'normal' parent who has temporariy 'lost' my child (for a few seconds/a minute or so) on occasions I have an understanding of the utter panic, the loss of ability to properly breathe and speak that results. But I LOOKED FOR HIM and didn't stop until I found him. Sure, I enlisted the help of random passers by and shop staff but, gosh, I was the one doing the main searching whether or not anyone else was helping (I should say I'm remembering a time my child wandered off in a shop - I can picture the scene where I found him, even after 20 years). The thought that I would behave as the McCanns did is beyond imagination. Gerry went to sleep? Kate stayed in the apartment rather than calling out through the streets? Really?

As time has passed, there is overwhelming evidence that the parents were involved. 

Why oh why is nothing being done by 'the authorities'? The PJ are presumably being constrained by the UK government.

When will we (as the general public) get a government that will expose those who have been part of the cover up? What and for whom are they covering up? When will we finally get a government that is composed of impartial, not involved, people?

Rhetorical questions I know, but I do wonder how much time will pass before the 'bad guys' are superseded by those with no involvement.

Ten years? Fifty? Who the heck is it that is preventing the truth being known?
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