A 4 year old child was reported kidnaped by her step father, Darion Venice.
There are few quotes from which analysis may reveal a conclusion but we may note;
His claim of three suspects--- it is possible that 3 suspects were involved, but we note that if someone is going to fabricate reality and must choose a number, 2 often seems too low, but 4 seems excessive. Many land on "3" for this reason.
Next we note that the race is mentioned. It is possible that 3 Hispanics kidnapped the child.
Yet, with the flagging of the number 3, we may consider that those who fabricate reality may use a race other than their own, in order to move attention away from self.
Here is one statement:
“Two Hispanic males get out, one of them makes a comment, saying Maleah looks very nice, looks very sweet. The other male hits Derion in the head. Derion loses consciousness. Derion is able to wake up during a period of time and is in the back of their truck, in the back of that blue truck, and he says at that point he is in there with Maleah and his own son.”
Here is is again
“Two Hispanic males get out, one of them makes a comment,
Note he does not speak in the past tense.
saying Maleah looks very nice, looks very sweet.
This is very concerning.
It could be because 3 Hispanic males kidnapped her for the purpose of abuse/trafficking, but if not,
the victim may have been sexually molested by the subject.
Notice the story continues in the present tense, reducing linguistic commitment to what happened:
The other male hits Derion in the head. Derion loses consciousness. Derion is able to wake up during a period of time
the repetition of the name "Derion" is unnecessary and it is unnatural.
This is often found in "staying to script"; that is what police commonly call "story telling."
It is to indicate the subject is working from memory of his own words, rather than speaking from experiential memory of what happened.
Please also note that he credits the child with being
"able" to wake up, rather than the child woke up.
This is an incongruence in language.
Note the element of time in his statement with "a period of time" as not committal.
This theme continues below with "at that point" while repeating unnecessary information ("back of...")
and is in the back of their truck, in the back of that blue truck, and he says at that point he is in there with Maleah and his own son.”
There are enough indicators of deception to be concerned for the life of this child.
Although more sample is needed for analysis, the subject brings suspicion to his own words.
There is enough in his words to be concerned that the child may have been sexually abused, killed, or sold into sex trade trafficking of pedophiles.