During Cindy Anthony's 911 call, she handed the phone to Casey, who appeared to be
unprepared to speak and when asked about not searching for Caylee said, "I'm sorry?" in what
appeared to be a pause to gather her thoughts.
The need to pause and think indicates sensitivity.
We listen for the words "I'm sorry" to 'leak' from the brain of the guilty. Not everyone that says
the words "I'm sorry" is guilty, but it is interesting to notice how these words seem to slip out of
those suspected of deception.
"To the people who don't believe in cycling, the cynics and the skeptics," Lance Armstrong said from
the Tour de France podium in 2005. "I'm sorry for you. I'm sorry that you can't dream big. I'm sorry
you don't believe in miracles."