What were your thoughts about the coveralls as you read through the analysis?
Most of the analysis was written by Kaaryn Gough, who you may now see why I called her one of our nation's top analysts.
Three Questions for you to answer in the Comments Section:
1. Did your thoughts go through changes as you read through it?
2 What impact did the commentary have on your thinking?
3. What impact did your knowledge of the case have on your thinking?
Here is a sample of someone who wrote me a series of thoughts as she read through the analysis . It is interesting to note how her thinking evolved. The spaces denote the messages as she sent them over two days time. You can see that she is, intuitively, understanding the concept of sensitivity indicators.
It is vital for you to understand why "so, since, therefore, because" is so very sensitive.
It shows that the subject is anticipating being asked, "So, why did you...?"
It is on their mind and it is why Avinoam Sapir has given the reason "why", in an open statement, the highest level of sensitivity in the color coding. Her comments are intelligent and show the ability to think through something by asking herself questions...
Oh, and just so you're aware....I work with oilfield guys, tower climbers, transmission line guys, well guys, septic guys, etc...they ALL call their clothes "issues". It's a term used for FR clothing paid for by the company, because the FR's keep them cooler and has a flame-retardant chemical built into the material. Even though I'm "not from 'round here", I know these guys always refer to those clothes as "issues". It means the company "issued" them to the employee, and that's how much they have to turn back in when they're done with the job.
The coveralls are huge, because he turned them in the very next day. Because he was "done with the job". I never caught it until now. And you want to know WHY he used those issues? Because they would have been scheduled to be sent to the uniform cleaner the minute he turned them in!!!!!!!
OK, I'm on a roll here! The significance of reporting her missing Tuesday afternoon was to make sure the uniform was turned back in (where it would be sent off to the uniform cleaner) BEFORE Hailey was reported missing! Then, that allowed them to build the story for the rest of the day around Hailey going to Mary Beth's. By the time she was reported missing at 3pm Tuesday, those coveralls might have been scheduled to be long gone.