Wednesday, August 28, 2013
Isabel Celis: Cold Case
Their statements showed deception about what happened to Isabel, and the aftermath of their actions, and continue to do so.
Sergio Celis' 911 call, in particular, showed intent to deceive, sans his 'giggling', as seen in his change of language, according to the SCAN technique, the foundation of all Statement Analysis today.
Sergio Celis' language is also indicative of sexual abuse.
It is difficult to understand how the giggling, nervous Sergio Celis, with Child Protective history, bested police in the interview and interrogation process.
Very difficult. This presupposes that there was no confession even though they pressured Sergio Celis by getting him to have no contact with his children. This tactic appears to have failed.
There is no "who done it" here; just "what" can be proven in a court of law. There may be significant difference of opinion between police and prosecutors, as is sometimes the case.
Here is a news article meant to be read with a large pillar of salt: