Saturday, March 10, 2018
Statement Analysis: Mark Cuban Phone Transcript
This is a marvelous opportunity to analysts and student analysts to practice learning Psycho-linguistic profiling.
This is where Statement Analysis is done throughout a transcript, and then done a second time, with the known conclusion, developing four distinct elements;
2. Experiences in life
3. Priority (priorities, motive) of this interview
4. Dominant Personalty Traits
We are known by the words we choose.
Psycho-linguistic profiling is based upon a thorough grasp and implementation of Statement Analysis. The analysis must be rather complete, including a word by word breakdown.
When this is done, the Analytical Question (s) is answered, and the analyst now seeks to identify the four elements above, based solely upon the subject's words.
In this same method, a third analysis is done for "Anonymous Author Identification" in which we bombard the statement with questions.
The media that reported this states it is "excerpts" of the complete call. It is, however, enough to get a strong insight into the subject's personality and very likely, his history, in context of sexual abuse of women.
The Analytical Question is:
Did Mark Cuban sexually assault the alleged victim?
The analyst seeks this answer before moving to the profiling realm.
With psycho-linguistic profiling, the elements recognized are used to identify the author of an anonymous letter.
The expectation of Deception Detection is 100% accuracy. This is not simply the goal of Statement Analysis, but is routinely reported by investigators and analysts in training.
The expectation of Content Analysis is 80% (what happened, small details). This is where the investigator not only knows if the subject did it, but often when he did it, where he did it and why he did it. It means going into an investigation with acute focus. It not only saves time, but often causes superiors to embrace training, and leads to promotion.
The expectation of Psycho-linguistic Profiling is 70% accuracy.
This is almost always enough to cause the investigator to learn the identity of the author. It sometimes directly identifies the author, or it will narrow it down to the point of readily identifying the author during the investigation, itself.
PL Profiling is not the reading of crime scenes, nor is it a deduction from percentages. Its accuracy identifies anonymous authors. When it is needed for investigations, it tells the investigator how to both strategize and conduct the interview. When you know your target, the use of Analytical Interviewing brings admissions and confessions. The confidence, alone, unnerves the guilty.
Hyatt Analysis Services Training Seminars as well as at home study course. The training in Statement Analysis must be complete to move into profiling.
It has been rare that the analysis has differed from polygraph results.
On these rare occasions, confessions were obtained.
On one occasion, the analysis differed from the forensics testified to, which cleared a subject of murder.
The analysis stated that the subject committed the murder, and gave his motive. The analysis also gave the subject's history and experiences, which were, initially, contradicted by his record.
The subject was convicted and an admission was obtained.
"From the abundance of the heart, the mouth speaks." There is no greater indicator of truth than our words.
1. Did the subject sexually assault the alleged victim?
2. What do you know about the subject?
Use the four elements with specific linguistic evidence. No guess work nor intuition.
Analysis results to be posted later.