Readers of Statement Analysis blog will take note the use of the word "we" found after the alleged assault, indicating unity and cooperation. Victims of sexual assault will drop the pronoun "we" once the assault takes place.
"We drove to the woods. He raped me. He drove me home and I called police."
In one of the Bill Cosby accusers, you will see this exampled indicating truth (with the other indicators of veracity) as well as locate examples of fabricated claims of rape, here at the Statement Analysis blog.
Her prior statement has indicated her for deception.
Although she is deceptively accusing Judge Kavanaugh, her words reveal acute psychological issues, including the possibility of early childhood sexual abuse. She revealed her motive as political in her statement by her choice of words.
Instructor Steve Johnson's profile on the handwriting follows. This is consistent with the Statement Analysis, including short entries on Twitter. Steve's handwriting analysis is principled, disciplined and used actively in criminal investigations. He is a retired detective, and a full time Statement Analyst and Handwriting Analysis instructor.
"If really Christine Ford’s handwriting, it contains deception and
emotional instability indicators. The instability is seen in the right
to left slant as well as the erratic middle zone letters.
The HW is also full of anger tics and a strong passive aggressive
trait. There are signs of drug usage as well.
There are indicators of sexual repression in this HW, which can
stem from sexual abuse.
Given the way that the letter is written (handwriting alone), the
author will not be able to “hold her own” if questioned about the
incident she is alleging. "
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