In this case, a man fought to to "prove" how "racist" police are. From his own cell phone, he called 911 to report shots fired.
He gave a description of the shooter and made "gun noises."
He said the shooter was a black male wearing a white hooded sweatshirt.
Note his photo.
Before police dispatch asked him his name and address, he hung up to keep his call "anonymous."
He then sat on his front steps, in his white hooded sweatshirt and cell phone in hand, live streaming the "racist police" to the public.
“All right people, so check this out. I’m chilling’ on my front porch. I ain’t bothering nobody. And see these police, they just just keep riding by. Now I bet you a million dollars that these police is going to come back and say something to me,”
We note that he began with "chillin'" which is to state: all was "normal."
In statement analysis, this is the first indication that something "not normal" was about to take place (or had taken place).
This is no different than reading a book to 5 year old kids and starting with, "It was a day just like every other..." (normal) which is to cause them to sit up, pay attention and take notice that something is about to happen.
“Now I ain’t doing nothing as y’all see.
Here is the need to portray himself as innocent (alibi establishment), verbally. His words give him away:
I’m just sitting here on my front porch, minding my own business.
His body posture is unnecessarily given to us, which indicates just what the 5 year old kids feel: an increase in tension as something is about to happen.
"minding my own business" is also unnecessary information. This means that we should be on high alert for "someone else's business" is about to be "minded." It is to also reinforce the "normal" principle.
How many times can someone say it is "normal" before we recognize it is anything but normal?
He now goes distinctly racial:
And these white folks done rolled by,
He has our attention:
two times already,
the suspense builds with the numeric
staring and sh**.
They are identified by menacing: "staring" and "sh**" (whatever the latter word is to mean, in context it is with "staring").
I bet you anything that they come back,” he told the live audience.
His prediction turned out to be true.
Police asked neighbors about hearing gun shots, of which all declined so they interviewed the "black male" wearing a "white hoodie" with the cell phone in his hand; the same phone used to make a 911 call.
Had he been the victim of a shooting, he would have been glad to see police respond to risk their lives to protect him.
28-year-old Michael Duran Havis is under arrest for his "anonymous" 911 call.
His statement to his Facebook followers showed deception.
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