Statement Analysis 101: It may be that up to 80% of cold cases has a form of embedded or pronoun confession.
This video is very encouraging. The cold case investigator highlighted two words and asked the right questions.
Here we see a case gone cold, and just two words, from two different subjects, that turns it all around.
We believe the words before us. We ask ourselves questions, constantly.
The deeper one goes in training, the more incessant this questioning is. For many, it "marinates" overnight and they wake up with answers.
Here, the cold case investigator saw the unnecessary word "immediately" and asked why it was needed. The element of "time" was the focus of the sentence.
Then, he saw the word "all", also unnecessary, and asked himself the right questions. Why didn't the subject say "me and him" or something similar? Why the need for "all"? How many present does it take to use the word "all" by most people?
If limited in time, begin at 33 minute mark.
hat tip: John
Two words turned everything around in this case.
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