Regular readers of Statement Analysis often need no guidance in coming to a conclusion on whether or not the subject "did it"; unless there is a dearth of statements for analysis. Readers are used to knowing whether or not someone did it...not much mystery.
Here, we have little to go on, and as we seek fairness, we should conclude that there were many more statements made here than what the reporter listed. We do not know if he had the chance to say "I did not do it"; therefore, we are unable to make a conclusion. It is our hope that more journalists will take SCAN training.