Kevin Spacey faces allegations of sexually abusing a boy and released a video in response. We presuppose de facto innocence and for him to tell us so.
That Spacey is seen "washing" should not be dismissed, though outside the boundary of Statement Analysis.
That he employs language from a filming should also not be dismissed. It is the need to use a script that is important to us. This is a tangent away from our premise and could be deception via deflection of information.
Our expectation or "presupposition" does not change:
He did not do it and he will tell us so.
The following is a guest submission by analyst, Luke Kukovica.