Friday, February 19, 2016
"Tried" in Statement Analysis
It is important to understand not only that 90% or more of deception comes from withholding information rather than direct lying, it is also important to understand why this is.
With the average person having a vocabulary of approximately 25,000 words when asked about something the person must go into this vast dictionary, choose what information she wishes to convey, which words to use, where to place each word next to one another, and what conjugation to use.
This is done in less than a millisecond in time in the brain's processing.
When one is going to be deceptive, there is a pause or delay in processing this information.
This is the principle source of internal stress for the subject.
Those trained in childhood, specifically, that deception:
a. Has negative external consequences
b. Has negative internal consequences ("conscience")
c. Has negative consequences upon the intended victim (human empathy)
have additional stress beyond the disruption in the speed of transmission.
Those truly with the psychopathy of "no conscience" still experience internal stress in the disruption of the speed of transmission and possess no experiential memory of the deception. When the subject's own personal subjective dictionary is used, the polygraph should have no 'inconclusive' results.
Criminals pass polygraphs (or have inconclusive results) when guilty due to examiner error. The child molester who "tickles" (his own description) his victims in their private areas, when asked if he "molested" the victim, may pass.
Thieves who steal from companies in which they internally believe the company owed them, may pass or even issue a reliable denial such as "I did not steal the missing money" but will not pass, nor be able to say, along with the affirmation of truth telling, "I did not take the missing money."
A polygraph examiner trained and efficient in Statement Analysis is of great value to society and his department. The training increases his worth and resume.
"Tried" in Statement Analysis
The word "tried", as used in the past tense, is flagged in Statement Analysis as "failure" to accomplish.
"Tonight, Daddy is going to score a goal for his little girl!"
The next morning,
"Daddy, did you score a goal for me?"
"Well, honey, Daddy tried his best..."
Yes, this was me, many times, failing to score a goal in the MHL when my daughter was little and thought I was Wayne Gretzky.
What's the MHL?
"The patient was brought in to the ER under cardiac arrest, and physicians tried to save his life..."
lets us know the patient is dead.
The word "tried" in Statement Analysis means "attempted but not successfully, or completed..." and is important to flag because deceptive people love to use it to persuade that they are truthful, when they know otherwise. The only exception is found in two distinct topics, with the same theme: seeking affirmation.
"I've tried to be a good mother" (parenthood) and "I've tried to be a good husband" (marriage) where the subject awaits, "oh, you have been!" (these two distinctions come from the heading of "person" where one seeks a compliment from saying, "I've tried to be a good person" with the specific expectation of a reply. It is, still, however, an admission of failure, yet the purpose of the communication is to elicit a specific response.
Recall Cindy Anthony, grandmother of murdered Caylee Anthony, each time she was put under oath, she gave one of two repossess:
"so help me" or "so help me, God" and loaded up on deception when calling upon the assistance of Divinity.
"I've tried to tell the truth when necessary" said Bill Clinton during his impeachment hearing over the rule of law. When the rule of law is negated, the concern is over escalation and spreading of the same.
Recent polls show that Americans do not trust Hillary Clinton; specifically citing that she is a "liar."
To this years of analysis agree. It is such that Hillary Clinton is described as "ruthless" in her lying; that is, she holds no human empathy for victims of her deception and has lied, repeatedly, and sometimes about the same topic. Her ambition and entitlement are revealed in her language, consistently. The 'end' of deception is death, where habitual liars will always put their own needs before others, perjure in capital cases, and act upon extreme self interest, even that above the lives of others, and the material needs of a nation. Analysis has shown that both Clintons were not only liars, but liars from childhood, with little regard for the impact upon others. Superior intellects (both are well above average), pragmatism and unfettered ambition are traits propagated with deception, from fund raising to personal betrayals to national betrayals. When Hillary Clinton spoke of the dead from Benghazi, she showed, as she had in times past, a lack of basic human empathy. This, too, points to childhood.
In her recent CBS interview with CBS’s Scott Pelley, Clinton said, “I don’t believe I ever have” lied to voters.
quickly, and can be recalled just as readily. It takes no additional effort (no additional hormonal secretion to the brain) which is why our "Reliable Denial" is so...
c. Next note the use of "tried" again. This is to consider how to best avoid a direct lie (internal stress) while attempting to persuade (well rehearsed and successful liar since childhood) listeners (including the interviewer, as "you know" shows awareness of him and the intended audience) that she is not lying.
It is an important distinction:
She is not trying to persuade her audience that she is telling the truth; but she is attempting to persuade, in the negative, what she is not; a liar.
The American public is easily deceived as a whole. Yet, polls show that the public, in the majority, know she is a liar.
Her words show "entitlement"; that is, decades of supremacy and deception have caused her to expect that she will "win" in life. The "win" may be a court case, millions in donations from foreign countries, a private server, the presidential election, and so on. This is a personality trait that in spite of surgery on her face, and high paid consultants and advertising firms, her persona is most described as "unlikable" and "not trustworthy."
Americans do seem to sense what readers of Statement Analysis know:
She is a liar, and she is ruthless, in that she will stop at nothing to please herself.
Her black accent is put on before blacks;
Her position may change with the wind, but this is called "evolution" and "growth", and she has an expectation that American women, in particular, who are held in the highest contempt, will vote, not with intellect, but emotion, by gender. Note how often this theme is presented in the negative.