If the McCanns were asked if they had killed their child, Madeleine, the answer may provide valuable information, via the lens of Statement Analysis.
In the interview previously analyzed, the Interviewer did not ask them this vital question, and often asked long, attention drawing questions.
A good interview is one in which the Interviewer speaks 20% or less of the time, and the Subject speaks 80% or more. The purpose of an interview is to gather information. In media, the media personality often makes long statements and asks compound questions, drawing attention to the Interviewer himself or herself, rather than drawing in information.
I am looking for transcripts of an interview where the McCanns were asked if they had killed their daughter. This would be the most helpful.