Body language analysts will have much to say about this appearance. Statement Analysis has concluded that both Sergio and Rebecca Celis are deceptive. They do not plan to give answers to anyone.
Couric asked about the polygraphs:
Becky said that they are not allowed to discuss the results of the polygraph; which is not true. Innocent people say, "I passed." They also say, "I passed because I told the truth."
Sergio then rebutted: yet Sergio then said, "Honestly, they didn't really discuss them with us...they were very vague about things."
Becky: The police told us we are not allowed to reveal the results.
Sergio; The police did not tell us the results.
They were not prepared for this question.
Sergio: someone that did this not only knew the family, but knew the "yappers" (dogs).
This is a truthful statement.
Q. Do you believe your daughter is alive?
A. "I do. I totally absolutely do."
Note that "I do" answers the question, yet the additional words weaken the assertion:
"totally" is the first indicator;
"absolutely" is the second indicator.
Yet, anything after "I do" will be weak, if used to assert, rather than explain why there is hope.
Deceptive parents continue to attempt to avoid arrest by controlling media information.