Saturday, April 20, 2013
Billie Dunn To Appear on Radio Program Sunday, April 21, 2013
as a victim.
Is this a case of lack of discernment?
Is it, in the contrary, a wise move on the part of the radio hosts to get her to speak, so that more information can be gleaned?
Could it be a case where a sociopathic killer pulls the wool of the eyes of those who are incapable of discernment?
What does her attorney think of her appearance?
John Young had released a statement last month, after the remains in Scurry county were found and announced, that Billie Dunn would not be making any media statements.
Dunn then went out and spoke.
Billie Dunn and Shawn Adkins both failed polygraph questions about the involvement and location of Hailey Dunn, and were found to be obsessed with pornography, serial killers, 'slice and dice' killer stories, sexually deviant homicides, as well as involved in drug abuse. Among the 109,000 deviant images found associated with the two, were images of child pornography and bestiality. When challenged about the bestiality, she responded "Who hasn't received bestiality on their computer?"
Billie Dunn denied having a computer, though earlier had admitted meeting Adkins on My Space, a social networking site. Images were found on various devices, including memory discs in her bedroom, and her children's X Box video game player, including "home made" pornography starring Dunn, herself.
There have been no arrests to date, and no one has been charged in the case.
Remains found last month have not been publicly identified as Hailey's, though independent reports say that clothing belonging to a young female were found near the remains.
Should Dunn appear on the program, it is likely to generate much interest with those hoping for justice for Hailey, and Statement Analysis will cover any statements made.
Statement Analysis, or "Scientific Content Analysis" (SCAN) is a scientific system in which truth and deception are determined within words as well as additional content found, principally by careful listening and avoiding interpretation; interpretation a deceptive person is often counting upon.