I hope to publish some analysis from the statements made in the documentary, "Making Murderer" about Steven Avery...it is currently on Net Flix streaming.
I will begin with the early statements of Avery, including the passivity and sensitivity about how he burned a cat to death, as well as deception by his cousin, and what the deception may be based upon; since even false statements are based upon something.
Are many readers familiar with the case?
It is a series rich for those who wish to learn Statement Analysis and practice. To do so:
Ignore the intent of the documentary and listen to what people say.
Write down not only sensitivity indictors but the topic that the statement addressed, and what it reveals.
Hint: allow each subject to guide you, and not the documentary, including the pace, or the order of presentation particularly when it appears out of chronological order. Be especially careful with Avery's attorney's statements.
Note minimization. This is always important in not only the reduction of truth, but in the need to minimize.
If you are able to identify which episode your opinion is referring to, by using context.
Note the denial of the rape, and compare it to other denials...The rape was denied, early, and without sensitivity indicators.
*Was it the same denial?
I hope to have analysis up as I go further in this documentary. Heather and I are up to the 3rd entry.
What about the 2 officers who found the key?
Do you believe the testimony? Why, or why not?