The Reliable Denial, spoken in the Free Editing Process (when one is freely choosing his own words) consists of three components:
1. The Pronoun "I"
2. The Past Tense Verb "did not"
3. The specific allegation answered.
When a denial has more than 3, it is no longer deemed reliable.
We sometimes come across a case like this:
"I did not kill Christian Aguilar," Bravo told the court. "I did not do anything to hurt my friend
beyond that point that caused him to die. I know in my heart what I did and God know what I
did. I'll take whatever sentence is given to me ... and I will do it."