Sunday, March 3, 2013

Statement Analysis: Mark Redwine on Polygraph

Please note that the analysis is in bold type. 

MR: 
Well… I didn’t have a lot of Jim Beam. I mean, I wanna make that… When I say ½ bottle I’m not talking about a big bottle, I’m talking about a small bottle, like a pint size…

Mark Redwine did not take the polygraph test.  He was not feeling "well"; was one of his reasons.  Please note that he did not say the small bottle was a "pint" but avoided telling the polygrapher what size bottle, instead used "like" to qualify it. 

He cannot commit to saying that he drank a half of a pint of Jim Bean.  We cannot say it for him. 


JT:
So what was it that affected you to the point where we couldn’t go forward?

The polygrapher attempts to get the subject to commit to canceling the polygraph and taking responsibility for it.  The subject's son has been missing for 3 months and for 3 months, he has been accused and now has the opportunity to take it. 

MR:
Well…and I guess when you were asking me these questions and you asked that question and I responded to it and I gave you my answer, I guess I was… I was expecting another question to follow that one, and… and…and at that point when it stopped


"I guess" is reduced commitment.  He doesn't even believe his own lies. 
"These questions" is plural and the word "these" indicates closeness; yet:
"and you asked that question", with the word "that" distancing himself.  
Note that "I was expecting another question to follow" is additional and irrelevant information making it "doubly" important for us. Here we find him blaming the polygrapher for not asking follow up questions.  

He won't take the polygraph because he drank, and because he was expecting more questions.


JT:
Well, actually, it wasn’t a question though, Mark. It was a statement by me and I said, well that’s a disqualifier. If you don’t feel well enough to take this test, then we’re not gonna’ do it.

47:08
MR:
Right…but the question was, do I feel well enough to take it? My response was, No, and…. and… instead of having another question followed behind that, when you reacted to that, and … and… said what you said, I was a bit taken by that.

The word "right" is to agree to "we're not gonna do it":  he wasn't going to take the polygraph. 
Please note that, again, he does not believe his own excuses.  He was "a bit" taken back by not having another question asked.  He does not say he was "taken back" by it; only a "bit."  This is a tiny amount.  Note that his son is missing and he does not report being taken back by his son's disappearance.  The anger and frustration on the part of the polygrapher is evident. 


Dr. Phil:
Do you wanna’ take it?

This is a 'yes or no' question which indicates that Dr. Phil wants a straight answer, something the polygrapher later said the subject refused to do. 

MR:
Well I don’t know that… that…. That… At the point we are right now with that question I don’t think that my answer is any different now that it was two hours ago. 

Note how far the subject will go to avoid the word "no"; he is acutely aware of how he now looks on national television and does not want to plainly say "no"; instead, he refers to his previous answer.  He avoids answering the question, making the question "sensitive" to him. 

Question:  What would make a polygraph "sensitive" to a parent of a missing child?
Dr. Phil:
So you don’t want to take it.

Dr. Phil wants him to have to make a plain answer, therefore, he repeats the question. 

MR:
Pause…Not if… if it means that my answer to that question is, no, then it’s no now. You know, maybe now isn’t the time to be taking the polygraph test, and I believe that that’s where we’re at with that

"not if" qualifies his answer, and he refuses the plain response.  The question of the polygraph should be considered "highly sensitive" to Mark Redwine.  
Note that he uses the word "if" twice, allowing for possibilities.
Note the word "now" is also sensitive, via repetition. 
Note the word "that" distances himself from the polygraph.  Note "believe" is a weak assertion, coupled with the change of pronoun from "I" to "we"

These indicate that like Casey Anthony walking down the hallway to her "office" in Universal Studio, Mark Redwine walked the hallway of the polygraph intending to rely on his own wits to get him out of it. 

"We're going to take it" used the pronoun "we", plural. 

Mark Redwine did not intend to take the polygraph, but sought ways to sabotage the plan.  He blamed the polygrapher, the test itself, the timing, the alcohol, his son and ex, all in his refusals.  He went from being "upset" that he was not respected on television to "well, you asked me if I was feeling well enough..." pointing to the polygrapher. 

Mark Redwine, like Casey Anthony, took steps to the process, but sought opportunities to use the intellect in an attempt to deceive. 

This is an indication of confidence in his own ability to spin words and avoid direct answers:  an accomplished liar since childhood. 

24 comments:

Trigger said...

"an accomplished liar since childhood"

Mark Redwine's ability to lie is a survival skill that allows him to suck the life out of his family without remorse.

Mark avoids the polygraph because he's guilty of killing Dylan.

Mainah said...


Another parent stalling...

"...at that point..."
"...maybe now isn’t the time ..."
"... and I believe that that’s where we’re at with that..."

...just wait, when the time is right, it's always later with perps...

Anonymous said...


OT (Ayla Rynolds): Latest from DiPietro's spokesperson, Angela Harry in support of a new flyer stating Ayla was "kidnapped before sunrise on 12/17/11".

This message is for the critics only- everyone else who is just a good hearted person who liked the This Little Light of Maine page to keep up with Ayla's tragic situation and participate in prayers for her; please disregard.



To those who scan this page solely to look for things to pick apart, I beg you to really get a life.

If you don't like my flyers, make your own.

If you don't like that I remain hopeful that Ayla is alive and might be found, I have no advice for you.

Some day you might realize it's ridiculous to believe I have to share your opinions.

I have enough of a grasp on history to know that while police are dedicated and generally honorable humans, they are not always right.

Ayla has neither been declared dead nor have police said there is no chance that she could be found.

If this situation weren't so devastating I would simply "LOL" at your outrageous statements.

Yes, there are those of us who are determined to continue to search for a little girl through whatever means we have JUST IN CASE.

I am sorry that in the course of a year I've not been able to appeal to something within you that is capable of understanding that it makes me neither stupid nor evil.

Your claims are a reflection of YOU and say nothing whatsoever about me.

Yes, I used the phrase "kidnapped before sunrise on Dec 17th."

I hear its got the hate crowd raging once again.

I would love to help you but the fact is, I can't.

Since the family called in their 911 call before 9 am I'm going to go ahead and assume that Ayla was removed from her house one way or another while it was dark out.

I realize that my phrase has really turned some of you inside out and I think the best I can do for you on that issue is pray for you.

...here is just one mild example of why I have posted this message today and broken my habit of non response to nonsense.

Today the people who think I have no right to believe there is hope for Ayla are saying things like this:

"My biggest concern with this flyer is that they not only disregard LE’s announcement that there was no kidnapping/abduction, but they outright oppose it by stating on there that she was kidnapped. Also, how do they know she wasn’t missing since late night on the 16th? ~MW~"



Anonymous said...

Only had time to do partial. I hope Peter and others will look at this too. My comments follow below each statement, before hash marks (---).


RE: OT (Ayla Rynolds): Latest from DiPietro's spokesperson, Angela Harry in support of a new flyer stating Ayla was "kidnapped before sunrise on 12/17/11".

As a family spokesperson, along with cousin Heidi Tudela, Angela Harry took the time and energy to disparage Ayla and thwart justice instead of answering two simple and important questions which would be easier if truthful. (see questions below by MW)
---
This message is for the critics only- everyone else who is just a good hearted person who liked the This Little Light of Maine page to keep up with Ayla's tragic situation and participate in prayers for her; please disregard.

The subject first responds to questioners with ridicule, not answers, then defines “just a good hearted person” as people who “like” her fb page.

Note the minimizing of Ayla’s violent death as “Ayla’s” “situation”.
---
To those who scan this page solely to look for things to pick apart, I beg you to really get a life.

More ridicule toward questioners, instead of answering the two simple yet important questions. IMO, the subject may feel they have forfeited their own “life” looking for things to pick apart.
---
If you don't like my flyers, make your own. If you don't like that I remain hopeful that Ayla is alive and might be found, I have no advice for you.

Note order, again, “my flyers” come before “Ayla” and “you”.
---
Some day you might realize it's ridiculous to believe I have to share your opinions. I have enough of a grasp on history to know that while police are dedicated and generally honorable humans, they are not always right.

Her “grasp” of history is “enough” to disparage WPD, MSP and FBI, first softening the blow to their ego by siting them as “generally honorable” then stating they are “not always right”, indicating her acceptance that in this case they are right. Although “enough” sounds limited, the subject believes she knows better than about 100 professional LEO’s.
---
Ayla has neither been declared dead nor have police said there is no chance that she could be found.

“been declared dead” and “nor have police said”- past tense.
Subject may have expectation of declaration in the near future.
---
If this situation weren't so devastating I would simply "LOL" at your outrageous statements.

Subject shows sensitivity, weakens “devastating” with “so”.
(I think she’s angry that people are laughing at her outrageous statements)
---
Yes, there are those of us who are determined to continue to search for a little girl through whatever means we have JUST IN CASE.

The subject states their disbelief yet continues to (unlawfully?) perpetrate a hoax. The only reason she can express for being a killers spokesperson and advocate is: “JUST IN CASE”, all letters prominent in CAPS. For there to be no expressed reason beyond “just in case” is recognition by the subject that there is no other reason.
---
I am sorry that in the course of a year I've not been able to appeal to something within you that is capable of understanding that it makes me neither stupid nor evil.

Subject feels “stupid” and “evil” (appropriate, IMO.) yet she is not to blame. YOU are to blame for not being capable of understanding her.
---
Your claims are a reflection of YOU and say nothing whatsoever about me.

(Same back at you, Angela.) Here subject acknowledges public claims are a reflection of her, but, again, she will not accept blame or fault for assisting to perpetrate a hoax/fake kidnapping.

Mainah said...

Angela sounds like Mark Redwine with her stream of conscientiousness "blaming in circles". With me=good, not with me=bad. Angie's quite the head-case.

This question was the trigger for that response?

"My biggest concern with this flyer is that they not only disregard LE’s announcement that there was no kidnapping/abduction, but they outright oppose it by stating on there that she was kidnapped. Also, how do they know she wasn’t missing since late night on the 16th? ~MW~"

Why not take half the time and respond to the actual question(s)?

1) Is it prudent to attempt to change the status of an open LE investigation from "missing" to "kidnapped" to suit your whims and fancy?

2) How can you be sure the accuracy of the time "before sunrise".

Geesh, she has nerve.

Anonymous said...

The words are signed, " MW"

This is the author, "MW" not Harry.
As it is written and signed. Don't shoot the messenger, if they didn't author it.

Lis said...

"MR:
Right…but the question was, do I feel well enough to take it? My response was, No, and…. and… instead of having another question followed behind that, when you reacted to that, and … and… said what you said, I was a bit taken by that."

Redwine is used to avoiding giving actual answers and is taken aback by someone expecting him to commit to a yes or a no. He is used to bamboozling and frustrating those who try to talk with him, he is used to talking in meaningless circles without ever committing to an answer.

I hope they keep backing him into a corner. It is when people accept non-answers and give up trying to get a yes or no that it allows a liar to slip away from responsibility.

Lis said...

OT:
"Yes, there are those of us who are determined to continue to search for a little girl through whatever means we have JUST IN CASE."

"JUST IN CASE"- she knows it isn't true and is just making another attempt "in case". A person who truly believed Ayla was kidnapped and is still alive would not say "just in case" and, further, wouldn't say it in uppercase.

"Just in case" can also be an attempt to conciliate those who know Ayla is dead and was not kidnapped, to get them to go along with it, to silence opposition, to try to take control of the direction of the case.

Why does this group try so hard to keep DiPietro from being held accountable?

Mainah said...


Anon 12:31, MW wrote one comment. Angela Harry, spokesperson for the emotionally incapable Justin DiPietro family, friends and acquaintances, wrote the first sections in response to MW's statement/question.

MW expresses a legitimate concern and question. Harry targets MW along with all "the critics" and "haters" (aka anyone who doesn't show respect for her deception.

I'm shooting at the right messenger. Angela Harry is speaking on DiPietro's behalf and putting out false information about an open and active investigation. If you read it all, the authors (subjects) will be clear.

Anonymous said...

"Ayla has neither been declared dead nor have police said there is no chance that she could be found. "

This sounds like language needed for a life insurance payout to be approved. Makes you think about the conversations going on between those involved in Ayla's "kidnapping".

I had minimized the life insurance as a contributing factor until these words stood out to me today. It makes me even sadder for Ayla.

Peter Hyatt said...

Angela Harry has dedicated herself to perverting justice for Ayla. This is from the beginning. She has taken up the role of Justin DiPietro apologist. It is likely that in this type of position, even after arrests or convictions, continue to hold to their belief.

Trigger said...

I agree, Peter, that Angela Harry will not change her position when Justin is arrested or convicted of Ayla's death.

How long will the insurance company wait before they investigate Justin's insurance claim?

Will the insurance investigators have access to the evidence that LE has on the case?

Anonymous said...


Like other accomplished liars, Angela Harry shows vicious contempt for those who do not believe her lies for DiPietro, Roberts and Tudela. She's screaming her contempt in ALL CAPS for emphasis. The example above is typical of her scattered, degrading "speak"; per usual she takes a great deal of space to praise her followers and belittle those who don't "like" her fb page for prayers. God, forbid anyone should speak for the silenced victim.

Angela and Heidi are inept spokespersons for what Heidi Tudela recently referred to as: "the paternal family". Note: Hidey choose her own words yet did not refer to her (PR) clients as
"my friends, the DiPietro's" or
"Ayla's daddy". Why? Because to her, in her subjective dictionary, the Dips are not her friends. Justin is no "daddy" in Hidey's mind. They are in it to help Derek, IMO.

Like Mark Redwine, Angela talks in blaming circles. They talk about anything insignificant, they ramble on about everything except the victim. They play games for hours and hours being deceptive; doesn't phase them-it serves them.

Anonymous said...

His farts are BROWN!

Brown farts x3= lies!

Trigger said...

"they ramble on about everything except the victim"

They have no reason to care about the victim. Ayla is gone. Justin needs their help and the insurance money.

If Ayla's father is "emotionally incapable" of calling out, in the media, to his daughter's "kidnappers" and plead for her safe return then why should Justin's "friends" act any different?



Pak31 said...

For all of the lying and manipulating he does with his words, I am just astounded that LE has not been able to get this man to crack. With Mark it's like we're so close to the answer to where Dylan is yet so far away at the same time.

Anonymous said...

It is beyond me how all these lying murderers get away with it. I have no answer, no solution. Just profound lament that law enforcement do not have ability to make an arrest and prosecute. Thank you Casey Anthony. And may your lifr continue to be h:ll

Jazzie said...

"Though Dr. Phil described his polygraphers as the “best in the world,” Sheriff's Office spokesman Dan Bender said the officials who administer polygraph tests for the county were certified, trained and experienced.

...Despite the flood of tips, Bender said misinformation about the case abounds, its circulation quickened by social media.

...But Bender said it was unlikely that Dr. Phil would solve the case, saying he lacked training as a criminal investigator.

“And we've been involved for three months now, and I don't think Dr. Phil has been involved that long,”

“Dr. Phil” is the highest rated show on daytime television.

http://durangoherald.com/article/20130227/NEWS01/130229657/-1/s

I often balance what has been stated with what LE has stated. Be careful.

Listening said...

"Just in case", to me, is a statement used as a last resort or last attempt, type of statement. If she truly believed Ayla was alive, she wouldn't be searching, "just in case", she'd be searching because she "knows" (whether in her head or heart) that Ayla is alive. Think about when you use the term, "just in case". It's used in a situation where you expect your action to NOT be successful; lost a needle? Check the haystack, "just in case" (even though you weren't anywhere near the haystack).

S + K Mum said...

I am gobsmacked at just how pathetic Mark Redwine is! He doesn't even realise how he makes himself look. He has humiliated himself. Nobody believes him, even those who say they do (female supporters) - deep down they don't. They know he is guilty but just don't want to admit it to themselves - equally as pathetic as him.

Justin Dip has supporters and people lying for him because they will all be in for a slice of the insurance money......well, they probably thought they were....not looking likely now I hope!

Both of these men tried their best to make the children's mothers look bad and only succeeded in making themselves look worse.

Anonymous said...

Does anyone have an answer for why Mr. Redwine said
"We picked up Dylan at the airport".
According to what I've read, we indicates distancing and a lie.

Also, when watched frame by frame, you can see the pleasure in his eyes, both at the pain he is causing as well as the ability (he believes) to exonerate himself.

I have "known" this man before, not Mr. Redwine particularly, but men very much like him. I watched his hands very closely. He uses them quite a bit, and if you watch closely, they are used when he is attacking or upset and in a "backhand" manner.

My opinion - and only an opinion - is that he backhanded his son, causing fatal damage and dropped his body off on the way home from the airport. I do not believe Dylan ever reached the house.

Listening said...

I was trying to find a statement from MR. I though he said, at one point, that he didn't want the focus on him but on his son. Did I really see this somewhere? Just like Justin didn't/doesn't want the focus on him. 2 from the same mold.

The police can not fully remove focus from the parents until they are ruled out! Anyone with a truly missing child, would fully cooperate with police, so that focus CAN be placed elsewhere. Also fyi, if you don't want such "attention" placed on you, from the police, the public, or anyone else, than don't make your child "disappear", and cooperate with the police!

Jen said...

Hi Listening-

Yes- you are right, and he actually said it in response to the female reporters offer for him to get out any message that he wanted (after Mark complained that some local stations hadn't given good or enough coverage to Dylans story)

Mark Redwine replied that the FIRST THING he wanted say, was that he didn't want the media to focus on him, that he would be 'ok' and that Dylan needed to be the focus of the media's attention (paraphrased). I will try to find the direct quote for you but I remember this statement clearly because I commented on one of the other threads how interesting it was that Mark's FIRST thought wasn't to address Dylan and send him his love, or the 'kidnappers' and beg for his son. NO-Mark Redwine FIRST wants to tell the world not to focus on him! Very telling...

Listening said...

Thanks Jen! You don't need to find the exact quote, but thank you! I just wanted to make sure that I had really read that (but I wasn't sure because I couldn't find it again).