Saturday, July 22, 2017

Mark Redwine Arrested


As readers here know, Mark Redwine was indicated for both deception and guilty knowledge in the death of his son, Dylan. 


Congratulations to the dedicated investigators who stayed with this case. 


Dylan Redwine's father arrested in connection to son's death

KUSA - The father of Dylan Redwine was arrested early Saturday morning in the state of Washington in connection with his then-13-year-old son’s death, 9Wants to Know has learned.
A source familiar with the investigation told 9Wants to Know Mark Redwine was in Washington because he works as an over-the-road truck driver.
According to an indictment distributed by the La Plata County Sheriff's Office Saturday afternoon, Redwine is charged with second-degree murder and child abuse resulting in death, 
According to a booking report posted online by Whatcom County, Washington, the 55-year-old is being held on "fugitive from justice warrants." 
He was booked into the county jail at around 1:20 p.m. 

Dylan Redwine disappeared from his father’s Vallecito Lake house in November 2012. His partial remains were found on Middle Mountain in June 2013. 
The boy's death has been ruled a homicide. 
Mark Redwine was identified as a person of interest in his son’s death early in the investigation, but no charges were filed until now. 
Items of interest were found during a July 2016 search for information related to Dylan’s disappearance. What those items were remains unclear. 
It was one of a number of searches during the past four years.
Early on, Dylan's mother, Elaine Hall, said she believed Mark Redwine had something to do with the disappearance of her son. 
Hall, her son Cory Redwine and her husband Mike Hall were cleared of any involvement in Dylan Redwine's death. 
Elaine and Mark Redwine have been divorced for years. Dylan Redwine lived with his mother near Colorado Springs, but went to Vallecito to spend Thanksgiving with his father. Shortly after Dylan Redwine arrived in La Plata County, he was never seen again.

Team Training Schedule July


This monthly schedule is posted in advance at   Hyatt Analysis Services website as well. 

Team Training Schedule for July 

Tuesday, July 25th, 2017 9am to 3pm EST.  

Wednesday, July 26th, 2017 10am to 4pm EST

Thursday, July 27th, 12noon to 6pm EST 


Information on Training 

Team Analysis Training is monthly guided training that is scheduled for 6 hours, which includes 2 short breaks and a lunch break.  It is accredited with the University of Maine CEUs (Continuing Educational Units) for professional licenses. 

The training is by linked invitation only and is confidential. It often includes "live" cases in which law enforcement requests assistance and is looking for an imminent response.  Here the team works on not only detecting deception, but content analysis.  

In some cases, teams are asked to work on identifying anonymous threatening letter authors.  

Enrollment is to those who have completed or are working in the Complete Statement Analysis course and may sign up on a month-to-month basis.  

A 25% discount is offered for yearly subscription.  With the yearly subscription, any missed months are simply added to. 

The trainings are attended by professionals from the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia, Russia and the Middle East.  Professional instructors continue their own educational advancement as well as new analysts in training, as the more advanced analysts provide supportive encouragement to those new to training.  

Participation is via Go To Meeting and analysts may attend from home or work, and continue their own office duties without disruption. 

Confidentiality Agreements are entered into by all,  and those who enroll in our Complete Statement Analysis Course receive one free invitation to a training. 

It is in this monthly guided training that the established foundation of learning is now built upon.  Here is where all the learning conducted is put to use.  The professional and the amateur work closely together for a common goal.  

For my own professional development, I often go into the training without viewing the submitted statement.  This puts me in a position for naturally challenging advancement.   Others have enrolled in additional training, even if the same statement is used again,  as they enjoy the excitement of not only digging deeper into a statement, but grow from the exposure to the experiences and intellects of others. Repetition only further helps build the analyst's internal "data base" of experience.  

Team Analysis Training goes beyond "keeping skill sets sharp" as the complexity of human nature and criminal cases forever introduces new and unexpected twists and turns.  

New analysts are often pleasantly surprised to witness the child-like enthusiasm for learning that advanced and professional analysts show.  

Those who complete a minimum of 60 hours of live ongoing training are eligible for both certification (Statement Analyst I)  as well as enrollment in the Advanced Course.  Here, upon successful completion and a minimum of 120 hours, they are to submit a final thesis which must meet approval from 3 professional analysts for certification.  


The training is generally the last full week of each month and is posted at the website.  The only exception may be a holiday week, which, too, is posted in advance. 

The invitation link and statement is generally emailed to the analyst the night before training.  In some cases, no statement is attached as part of an overall training strategy.  

If you have any questions, please contact hyattanalysis@gmail.com 

If you are enrolled in training and did not receive the invitation link,  please email.  

Other trainings are scheduled but are either private or closed.  

There are "seating limitations" for the trainings and some new dates will be scheduled.  



Friday, July 21, 2017

Terrorism and IQ Examined

 

The links between IQ, poor impulse control and crime are standard, as are the statistics that show males raised without fathers are likely to have poor grades, substance abuse, delinquency and incarceration by age 30.  This all goes into criminal analysis. 
With the world wide outbreak of Islamic terrorism, the origins are being studied in greater measure.  Islam, as an ideology, is a criminal supremacist ideology that has religious overtones.  At its core is coercive violence.  To understand the power of Islam one may see its resistance to reform over 14 centuries, as well as its day to day impact upon the West.  We cannot now travel, nor enter entertainment  facilities without intrusive searches and delays.  The challenge can be to separate what politicians who propagate Islamic migration and the support they receive in main stream media, from the truth, often reported "on the ground" by citizens who's own governments seek to silence them.  Some have been threatened, fined, arrested and even incarcerated for speaking the truth about this ideology.  It is an ideology that calls for the death penalty for criticism of it.  

The numbers of victims, crimes, assaults, rapes and murder, are staggering, even when minimized by political narrative.  The "open borders" and lack of vetting continues, unabated, with almost universal world wide approval.  Those who disagree with the narrative are immediately labeled "nazis, Islamophobes, and racist" by the elite. The need for such labeling, itself, reveals the deception behind it.  

This is an article about the ideology and its consequences. 

Although we may differ with proposed solutions, readers here will appreciate the work and research of Dr. Sennels and its ties to both exploitation and terrorism.   

Effects of Centuries of Extreme Inbreeding Among Muslims: Low IQ, Violence and Terrorism



Taboo: Almost half of Muslims are inbred. How does that affect intelligence and health? And is there a connection to terrorism and violence?

By Nicolai Sennels, Psychologist

Lise Egholm, long time school leader in the Muslim dominated area of Nørrebro in Copenhagen, Denmark, recently warned against not talking about the widespread practise of inbreeding among Muslims“”A study shows that infant mortality doubles along with a high risk of congenital malformations, also that increased birth defect rates and inheritance of recessive traits are more common in consanguineous marriages. I think it’s time to express concern. We must talk about this problem. All parents want healthy children. Fortunately, we live in a society where our health system does much to ensure that a pregnancy ends with a viable child. What amazes me and has made me wonder for years is why we do not talk about, maybe they even ban, the many cousin marriages?”
While health systems in otherwise less developed countries in the Muslim world are openly discussing and warning against consanguineous marriages, it is considered politically incorrect in the West to problematize the vast genetic and societal problems resulting from this religious-cultural practise.

Prevalence
Statistical research on Arabic countries shows that up to 34 percent of all marriages in Algiers are consanguineous (cousin marriages), 46 percent in Bahrain, 33 percent in Egypt, 80 percent in Nubia (southern area in Egypt), 60 percent in Iraq, 64 percent in Jordan, 64 percent in Kuwait, 42 percent in Lebanon, 48 percent in Libya, 47 percent in Mauritania, 54 percent in Qatar, 67 percent in Saudi Arabia, 63 percent in Sudan, 40 percent in Syria, 39 percent in Tunisia, 54 percent in the United Arabic Emirates and 45 percent in Yemen (Reproductive Health Journal, 2009 Consanguinity and reproductive health among Arabs.). In Pakistan 70 percent of marriages are consanguineous and in Turkey the percentage is 25-30. There seems to be no national data on Indonesia, but there are reports on 17 percent consanguinity on East Timor and a high level of consanguineous marriages in some areas of Java.”

Except for a few exceptions like Indonesia and Albania, roughly half of the population in the Islamic world is inbred, in most cases for generations.

Religion

The reason is partly religious. Muhammed himself married his cousin and according to the Quran, Allah allows sexual relationships between cousins (Quran 4:23-24).
According to Islamic law, Sharia, family honor is dependent upon the ability to control family members, which is another reason for keeping daughters inside their own blood-related family when marrying.

Also read: DANGEROUS REFUGEES: Afghans 79 TIMES More Likely to RAPE
Sharia law’s extreme restrictions on women’s freedom of movement and contact with men probably also makes it more natural to marry one of the few men they are actually allowed to interact with.
Health and intelligence
A long list of mental and physical complications are related to inbreeding between cousins. These include an increased risk of depressionschizophrenia, and mental retardation. Mental retardation (less than an IQ of 69)
in children of consanguineous marriages is five times more frequent than in normal marriages. On average, cousin marriages results in children with 10-16 points lower IQ. Social abilities, including empathy, are also less developed with inbred people.
The cognitive consequences of Muslim inbreeding might explain why non-Western immigrants are more than 300 percent more likely to fail the Danish army’s intelligence test than native Danes. When it comes to the production of scientific work, the Islamic world produces less than 1/10 of the world average. Low average intelligence in the population and prioritizing faith over knowledge may also be the reason why fewer books have been translated into Arabic over the last 1,000 years than there are books translated in Spain every year.
On top of these mental complications comes the increased risk of many diseases related to genetic disorders leading to severe syndromes, handicaps, painful diseases, and decreased life expectancy.
Terror and violence
According to the Danish police, cousin-marriage is a cause for criminal behaviour because of low intelligence. This claim is confirmed by criminology research that long has established a connection between violent criminal behaviour and low intelligence.
It is also likely, that it is easier to convince people with low intelligence to follow the Islamic scriptures’ hundreds of invitations and direct orders to harm, terrorize and wage war against people – including fellow Muslims, even family members – who do not following a literal interpretation of those scriptures.
Another link between Muslim inbreeding and terror concerns handicaps and mental diseases. Yusuf Yadgari of the Medical University of Kabul has autopsied the remains of suicide bombers and his findings support this theory. Yadgari found that close to ninety percent were suffering from severe illness such as blindness, cancer, missing limbs or leprosy. Many Muslim societies, including that of Afghanistan, have a low social acceptance of handicaps and severe illnesses. According to Yadgari, being physically handicapped or mentally retarded often leads to exclusion in a society like Afghanistan, and becoming a martyr might be the only chance of achieving social recognition and honour — if not just a way to end the pain of being socially isolated (which is especially traumatizing in collectivist cultures like Islam). Al Qaida’s use of people with Down’s syndrome to commit terrorist attacks might be another unpleasant side effect of the many chromosomal illnesses that result from inbreeding between first cousins.

Ban cousin marriages?

A ban on consanguineous marriages is a win-win policy.
It will save million of future children and their families from suffering. School leader Lise Egholm gives an example:
“One second grade class had a reading test. Fortunately most children did very well. However, a small Turkish boy only had two correct answers out of 40. The teacher was very concerned and asked me to attend the a meeting with the mother. I looked at the student card and wondered that the family apparently only had one child. The mother said there had been three, but two died as infants because ‘we have bad blood’. She explained that her husband was her cousin, his parents were cousins ​​and her own parents were blood related too. She also said, ‘You can not teach my boy much, but it’s good that he lives.’ Soon after he was referred to a special school. This mother also told me that it was the men who were stupid because they want that ‘we marry our cousin, so we get bigger pieces of land, but they do not understand what we women know: that it is dangerous for the children if their parents are blood related.’ These two examples are from Turkish families, but I have encountered similar problems with Pakistani people and in Arab-speaking families.”
On top of these issues, tax payers would save billions from not having to handle the many costly societal challenges related to consanguineous marriage. Integrating into advanced cultures with our high-tech work market is not easy with an IQ of 75 and decreased social abilities.
Finally, it is likely that such a ban would decrease the amount of violence in our countries.
Similar benefits would come from banning migrants with consanguineous background who apply for residence.

Monday, July 17, 2017

Woman Reported Kidnapping Via Text


                                     He Said; She Said?

This is in article form meaning we have broken and edited statements.  The accused said he has evidence that she was not kidnapped; that is, held against her will or positioned in a way that she could not call for assistance.  Statement Analysis is in bold type. 

Here we have a lesson in pronouns that is useful.  

AUSTIN (KXAN) — The Hutto man charged last month with the aggravated kidnapping of a San Marcos woman in Austin says that’s not what happened, publicly denying the charges against him.
Stephen Milder, 24, told KXAN he has evidence that the woman’s claims are false. “This did not happen the way she said it did. She was not kidnapped.

Here we know that something, in deed, happened, but not as "she said it."  The use of passivity here, "She was not kidnapped" avoids saying "I did not kidnap her" but also affirms that something did happen that he is thinking about and it happened to her. 


Milder says the victim in this case, Hillary Harris, texted him asking him to pick her up, even providing him with the address she wanted to be picked up from.

Lesson:  Emphasis Using Pronouns 

“I went there and I picked her up, as she asked, and we went to San Marcos,” said Milder. He says they stayed in San Marcos for around 15 minutes, but got into an argument. So Milder says he drove her back to Austin.

What can we know from this statement?

1.  "I went there and I picked her up" is reliably stated.  

Question:  What about the emphasis with the pronoun "I" here?

It is an unnecessary emphasis that suggests that we stay alert for what follows.  It means that which he gave reliably, he is emphasizing because that which follows may not be.  

What followed it?

The reporter or editor took out his quote and paraphrased instead.  Therefore, we only know it was arguing. 

2.  "...and we went to San Marcos."

The pronoun "we" indicates unity between them at this point in the statement; that is, why headed towards San Marco.  

Since we are cued in upon the argument, following the pronouns is key:

“As the argument progressed, and got worse and worse, she started becoming more and more irate. I pulled over, asking her to get out of my car if she couldn’t control herself, and she refused several timesShe started texting really quickly on her phone. I didn’t really think much of it.”
1.  "As the argument progressed" addresses the element of time and the pronoun "we" is absent.  It would have been interesting had the journalist not interjected information and let the subject speak for himself.  Let's follow the linguistic perception of reality.  

2.  "As the argument progressed" is also passive, removing from it who caused the argument to make "progress."

3.  "...and got worse and worse" tells us the intensity of an argument of which not only broke the unity of "we" but is given in a way which conceals the subject's own responsibility for its progression.  It also elongates time.

4.  "...she started becoming more and more irate."  This must be understood in context of the subject removing himself from responsibility of progression of argument.  

5.  "I pulled over" is likely reliable

6.  "I pulled over, asking her to get out of my car if she couldn't control herself and she refused several times."

Here is the incongruence in language.  This is where we hear police officers intuitively say, "this doesn't pass the smell test."

While concealing his responsibility in the escalation, but telling us she escalated, he "asked" her, not if she wanted to get out of his car, but "to get out" of his car.  

He gives the additional qualification "if she couldn't control herself" and she "refused" several times.

The language of congruence is either a demand to get out of the car, or a request if she wants to get out of the car. 

We now see why he felt the need to "over empathize" what part he was reliable about.  

There is deception here.  

She did not "decline" his offer or request, she "refused" 


Little did he know, at that point on the night of June 22, Harris texted her friend stating she had been kidnapped by Milder, and that he was punching her whenever he saw her texting. The victim was able to relay the type of vehicle she was in and says Milder was driving her around in circles in West Campus and then somewhere on Oltorf Street.

“She texted me from her number asking me to pick her up, and there was no physical abuse inside that car,” Milder said.

This is victim blaming.  She texted him for a ride, so it is her fault.  He goes back to the beginning with that which he was most comfortable with.  This is why he repeated the pronoun "I" unnecessarily.  

Was there other forms of abuse in that car?
Was there physicality in the car but not "abuse"?
Self defense?
Mutual fighting?

Remember, his account of "asking" her to get out was incongruent within the language chosen.  


In the realm of "he said; she said" this needs further exploration:  
Harris told KXAN she had no choice but to go with him. “He was angry and agitated and then he was like, ‘We can make this hard or we can make this easy.'
"He was angry and agitated" is to use plain language.  

She does not quote him reducing commitment with the word "like";
She then uses the word "we"
Due to editing, I cannot discern if this was an expression or a quote. 

When her friend contacted Austin police just after 10 p.m., they were able to use the department’s HALO cameras to track the car. But police said there were long periods of time where the victim wouldn’t respond, only saying that “she was being threatened and couldn’t talk,” the affidavit continued.  

This is the likely origin of kidnapping charges:  that one cannot communicate the danger due to coercion.  
Milder says he dropped Harris off on San Gabriel Street, where he picked her up and drove home.
Austin police arrested Milder at his home in Hutto, to his surprise. “When he told me aggravated kidnapping, I wanted to faint. I was in shock because I knew I didn’t do that,” he said. “I think about it every day. Try to figure out a reason. I’ll never know why, the particular reason why she did it.”

"kidnapping" in the traditional sense, is precluded in the subject's understanding (subjective) because he did not "steal" her; she, herself, requested he pick her up.  Kidnapping charges can stem from either refusing to let someone out, or refusing them access to 911.  
Harris told police she had known Milder since February of this year, but they were only friends and were never romantically involved. However, Harris said Midler became “obsessed” with her. She said she had to report him to police when he threw rocks at her apartment in San Marcos.
Two weeks before the kidnapping, Harris said she cut Milder out of her life and said his behavior became more erratic. She said she lived in fear, knowing that Milder stalked her.
Milder claims their communication was consensual, that he was not obsessed with her. 

This may be the "evidence" he uses to combat the allegation of kidnapping.  
“She would call me. She would text me. We would text each other back and forth,he said. “I did not stalk her and did not blow up her phone. If she had asked me to leave her life, I would.”

The use of "we" tells us how he perceives their relationship.  Most interesting is the teaching lesson on emphasis and pronouns.  Note that here he has no need for the same emphasis as above:

I did not stalk her and did not blow up her phone.

He has no need to double up on the pronoun "I" as he did before, as here, he believes his own words.  This is, even though subjective, something he believes to be true, increasing reliability. 
According to court documents, the victim said she filed police reports regarding Milder with San Marcos police and Austin police but never got the protection she needed “due to the overlap in jurisdiction.”

This is something that may be disputed by officials.  

What of the victim's credibility?

In working with D/V advocates, I emphasize truthfulness and have encountered several who exaggerate claims which later are seen as false and dismissed.  
I just think after like after four or five times of the literal same reason I’m calling the cops, he should be flagged or like take me seriously,” Harris told KXAN last month.

There is likely a reason she is not taken seriously.  

 “I’m almost relieved that something happened finally to where I can be taken seriously by people who are not my immediate friends and family. I think the only reason I was taken seriously was because I was physically hurt. I even think if I wasn’t physically hurt, they wouldn’t have taken it as serious.”

The equivocation on her part may come out in "evidence" of text messages as well as past claims and lack of honesty.  
Harris says she’s now in the process of getting an emergency protection order against him.

This would have been an interesting quote had the journalist included it or asked about the delay.  
As part of Milder’s bond conditions, he has an ankle monitor and cannot go near Harris. His next court date is set for Aug. 21. He is still charged with aggravated kidnapping.

Austin police say every case follows a clear process. The first goal when responding to a scene? Protect everyone. Next? Conduct an investigation. Third? Interview everyone involved.

Context:

consider that a reporter is asking a police officer about domestic violence.  The officer's own words reflect what happens when dealing with dishonesty on both sides.  
We take all the information so that we can have the best, or a clearer picture of what actually occurred. Then an officer will write an offense report,” explained Officer Destiny Winston with APD.
“A detective will review the case and they will determine, ‘Does it meet elements of a criminal offense? Is this even a criminal offense? Is this something we need to investigate further?’ They will give it the appropriate title and then they’ll either clear it, or they’ll continue on with the investigation and then it will go up to either having a warrant served, and then on to the courts.”

The equivocation and lack of truthfulness on both parts may be evident in the language of both the reporter and the police officer:  
Winston says working any case takes cooperation and communication from all parties involved.
“Sometimes gathering all the information and putting all the pieces of the puzzle together can take some time,” she said. “We look at it objectively. That’s what police officers do. We’re there to enforce the letter of the law. So, we look at it from that perspective and the more information that we have, the better.”
But, the bottom line? APD takes victim reports very seriously.
“When we receive a 911 call, it’s an emergency — nine times out of 10. We’re here to help enforce the law and of course, protect victims of any type of violent crime. That’s what we want to do,” said Winston.
There are several community and department resources available at APD, including a large number of victim services counselors and advocates across Central Texas, as well as legal aid services. Whether you are involved in a dating or family disturbance situation, police want you to call 911 to report it and take advantage of those services to stay safe.

Analysis Conclusion:

He does not believe what he did was "kidnapping" because she asked him to pick her up; he did not go there and take  her against her will .

He is not truthful about what happened in the car.  She was likely assaulted and his attempt to "punish" her from texting could be to stop her from communicating an emergency, which is legally kidnapping.  

She is not truthful about the nature and scope of their relationship.  

She is not likely a truthful person, as she needed some form of injuries to get people to believe her.  This suggests habitual deception.   


hat tip:  John 

Friday, July 14, 2017

Quiz: Speeding Ticket Result


A subject complained about speeding tickets in the state of Georgia. 

Quiz for analysis:

1.  How many speeding tickets does he have? 

2.  What else do you know about the subject?  

3. Is he telling the truth? 


All questions warrant explanation as Statement Analysis is not guess work.  

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"This is ridiculous.  I was raised and grew up in LA my whole life and went 19 straight years without a speeding ticket.  I moved to Georgia and you know what?  I got 3 tickets in the first 2 years I lived here.  You tell me it is not a speed trap state?  Get real.  I am not a dangerous driver and this is about revenue and not about safety. "

Analysis Results:

1.  The subject is truthful. 
2.   The subject has 4 or more speeding tickets
3.  The subject's anger is within a single topic.  We cannot conclude anger issues.  

When he was 18, he got a speeding ticket in northern California driving overnight and it impacted his insurance and he had a difficult time with his parents.  The impact stayed with him and while living in an area where people routinely go from clogged traffic to 10+ mph over the limit ("the speed of traffic") and not ticketed, he did not get a speeding ticket for the next 19 years.  

During this time he had no moving violations, accidents, nor parking tickets.  

He graduated from college and had steady employment since age 16.  He eventually married and had 2 daughters.  

In his late 30's, his life changed and he moved to a very rural area.  He wanted a more quiet lifestyle for his family and growing up in LA, he read a lot about "country life" and small town America. 

 In short order, he was routinely pulled over with warnings to slow down and received 3 speeding tickets (all in 30 mph zones) in the first 2 or so years living there.  

A close friend (deputy) told him it was not about safety but revenue and coming from the city, he needed to adjust.  He told him that he did not understand how under-budgeted small law enforcement is and that on a deserted road, he still had to slow down.  

He made the above statement while debating revenue issues, years later,  and how in each time he was ticketed, he was not endangering anyone with his driving. This was not disputed. 

 He claimed that when he first moved there, he was known as an outsider and his expensive "city" car stood out. 

After the first 2 years there, he settled into the culture and stopped getting tickets.  

4 tickets in total.

In the analysis, we would have concluded that he had a minimum of four tickets.  

Why?

One additional and unnecessary word:

"...went 19 straight years without a speeding ticket."

The word straight speaks to a specific point of time and is unnecessary to use, unless...

it is necessary.  

He said he deserved the first ticket in Northern California, as he was going 15 mph above the limit and was foolishly rushing because he was tired.  


He was truthful as his sentence structure shows and the anger is directed appropriately.  

Professional Analysts must learn to limit themselves to the language and not "see" in a statement what is not there.  This discipline is critical and cannot come outside of experience where lots and lots of statements are analyzed.  

The interview affirmed that he was as described by his wife and friend, easy going and soft spoken.  His employment record was exemplary.  

We look for emotionally charged language to "spill"; that is to move to other areas of life, which suggests more than just context, but possible personality traits.  This is always explored.  We seek to gauge emotion versus reality; that is, when high emotion is combined with a lack of logic, it can become a signal of danger, erraticism, and even narcissism.  

Interviewing is a wide open activity. 


Atlanta Braves versus Hometown Las Angeles Dodgers 

Discussing his love of sports, no such response was elicited, even when the Dodgers played the Braves in baseball.  For him, the rivalry is fun but not heated.  

In interviewing, we often move the conversation away from the subject, himself, to allow him the freedom to "spill" if need by, by asking him (especially in employment interviewing) about witnessing experience through others rather than self. 

In this case it went from, "Were the deputies that pulled you over polite?"  (he said 2 were but 1 was smirking) which led to:

"Do you know anyone who has been mistreated by police?"

We look to listen to his reaction to the experiences of others.  

In this, he claimed that over the years those who complained to him about police treatment always seemed to be too defensive, as if they were hiding something, and he did not believe them.  

He did not have anti-police sentiment.  

In Employment Analysis, when we want to learn about theft, for example,  we follow the same line:

"Have you ever worked for a company who had been stolen from?"

and similar questions. 

We are looking for linguistic disposition. 

Some view companies as "faceless corporate write-offs" and will automatically side with employee, emotionally. 

Others will have human empathy towards companies as they are viewed as made up of people.  

Those who see a company made up of people proves to be a substantial lowered risk for filing fraudulent claims.  This is where companies lose money, time and jeopardize their reputation.  Restrictive laws prohibit the asking of many questions (the same restrictions imposed by politicians are not imposed against government agencies).  

Analytical Interviewing is the natural outworking of analysis; knowing the right questions to ask and using the right language and it gets to the truth.  

If this subject had serious anger issues, we would want to know it, just as a company will not want to hire a cocaine addict, even though the applicant cannot be asked,

"Do you like to use cocaine on break?"  

Analytical Interviewing is legally sound and gets the answers employers need.  

This is best taught in seminar form as we employ video techniques to those with basic Statement Analysis training. 

We weed out those who are most likely to bring trouble to a company, including showing the best way to weed out from law enforcement those who should never carry lethal force in authority. 

For training or hosting a seminar, please visit Hyatt Analysis Services.

Our Complete Statement Analysis Course is completed in seminar, or better, at your home. 

Both come with 12 months of e support.  

  

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Actress Lena Dunham Statement on Dog


Actress Lena Dunham has made headlines for sexually molesting her sister, and stating she wish she had aborted a child for the experience.  Now the topic is not humans, but an pet previously   used for publicity.  

She made a public statement about why she got rid of her rescue dog originally adopted from the Brooklyn Animal Rescue Coalition  facility, that is now countered by them. 

She later said, "I'm sorry but I refuse to apologize" for this action.  

She sent her dog, " Lamby"  to live at pet facility.  

Dunham, 31, announced on Instagram in June that she could no longer keep the dog, of whom she used to increase publicity for herself.  

What does she tell us about her experiences?

Was she bit?
Did she have a tetanus shot?



“Last March, after four years of challenging behavior and aggression that could not be treated with training or medication or consistent loving dog ownership, Lamby went to live at an amazing professional facility in Los Angeles. Lamby suffered terrible abuse as a pup that made having him in a typical home environment dangerous to him and others- we needed to be responsible to ourselves, our neighbors and especially our beloved boy. Jack and I will miss him forever but sometimes when you love something you have to let it go (especially when it requires tetanus shots and stitches.) Someday I’ll really write about the pain and relief of letting Lamby go off and really be Lamby, biting and peeing in his own mouth and all … Shout out to @jennikonner for listening to endless hours of Lamby pain, and especially my partner @jackantonoff for loving him even when he ruined floors and couches and our life. Jack knows what Lamby means to me and he let me come to the decision in my own time even when it made his days challenging … If you have a similar situation, please know its possible to responsibly re-home your rescue rather than sending them back into the shelter system. It can require patience, diligence and often a financial contribution but there are solutions that leave everyone happy and safe. You will always have been your dog’s first stop outside shelter life and that’s beautiful.”
The subject claimed in a March 2013 New Yorker essay that "Lamby" had three prior homes and a history of abuse, and lamented that the dog didn’t get along with her longtime boyfriend, Jack Antonoff.

Has she been truthful?

In 2014, the actress posted a since-deleted photo of her bleeding rear end and claimed Lamby bit her because he was scared of their doorbell, but noted that the dog had “special needs” and “an amazing trainer.”

However, BARC refuted Dunham’s claims that Lamby was abused prior to Dunham’s adoption.

“We checked the records for Lamby. He was ‘owner surrendered, not enough time,’ so we do not know where she got ‘multiple owners that abused the dog,'” BARC rep Robert Vazquez told Yahoo Celebrity.

“When she adopted the dog from us, it wasn’t crazy. I have pictures of the dog loving on Lena and her mom, which is weird if the dog was abused. It wouldn’t be cuddling with her or be in the bed with her ‘boyfriend’ in the pages of Vogue.”
“If Lamby had a bad past or was abused, do you think BARC would have adopted him to Lena knowing she’s a new star and put her  — or the dog — in that situation? We would have told her if the dog had issues. We are a no-kill shelter. We don’t lie about the dogs’ histories because that gets them returned — and mentally it’s not good for dogs … It’s just hard to believe the dog was nasty when she took Lamby to every green room with her when ‘Girls’ was still a thing 4 years ago.”

Vazquez also took issue with Dunham’s debuting two new puppies on “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon” in February, a month before she claims to have surrendered Lamby to his new home.

She didn’t admit she bought her two new dogs [despite writing in the] New Yorker that dogs shouldn’t be dumped or thrown away because they have feelings,” Vazquez said.

Can you tell who is telling the truth here?

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