Tuesday, November 24, 2015
Blackburn Murder: Change of Language
At the most sensitive times, Davey Blackburn, husband of murder victim Amanda Blackburn, experienced an immediate, intuitive change of language.
He went from the strong, reliable pronoun "I", to the plural "we", though he was alone, and was addressing his own thoughts and his own feelings about his wife's murder, as well as having nothing "to hide."
This tells me that the subject has "something to hide."
Each time someone tells you that he has nothing to hide, there is something "in his pocket", that is, something he is thinking of while making this statement. He is inviting you to guess.
The guilt that is indicated within Statement Analysis is one of two things:
1. Guilty knowledge connecting him to the shooter (s)
2. Guilt of being freed from a bad marriage.
He avoided any personal strong connection to Amanda. He avoided the direct "love" to her, and from her.
When he retreated to the pronoun "we", no matter who "we" is, he sought to hide guilt among a crowd; guilt over not mourning. This type of guilt is so powerful that it impacts language to change.
If he is not associated to the gang members, the guilt within him is powerful enough to change intuitive instinctive language.
It is a serious guilt, whatever it is, and it appears stronger than just relief.
This is the type of language that appears to be guilty of a crime, but when evidence says he is not guilty of a crime, it is guilt of something serious.
In an case where a woman went missing, the husband's language showed intense guilt, and it eventually became evident what the source of guilt was:
The husband was having an affair. It was something powerful enough to produce indicators of guilt in his language.
In a missing child case, the father had indicators of guilt and deception in his language: he did not kill his daughter, but was under the influence from drugs and alcohol, passed out while his toddler wandered out the front door.
It is something that is serious guilt.
It could have been he had an affair, which would trigger powerful language changing guilt. It would be an affair, to produce guilt that would have been active during the time of the murder.
It would not be guilt for having forgotten to lock the door, as this is something that most anyone would feel but would no impact language.
The guilt is something that, just one month prior to the murder, he spoke freely of how bad the murder and pregnancy were for him. When she was murdered, he used not only distancing language, but consistent distancing language.
The violent language in the videos, and the waving of a gun, the open declaration of his sexual drive, and the degradation and humiliation, even subtle, in his language towards his wife tells me: this is a very disturbed narcissistic young man who's language appears sociopathic in nature.
His own language caused the public to suspect him and police have been investigating him from the beginning.
I will be patient through the investigation.
That she was not raped changes the landscape for investigators observing the case from without. I continue to watch the language and we have now seen a powerful shift in language that shows an awareness of criticism from the public.
That he offered,
"for us, we have nothing to hide" tells me one thing of certainty:
by refusing to issue a reliable denial, he offered in the negative, what is impossible: having "nothing" which means:
Blackburn has something to hide, even if he is not associated with the gang members arrested.
"For us, we have nothing to hide..." even spoken to a junior high school principal would cause one to ask, "What are you hiding?"
Every parent knows that this is a challenge to search.
It is not known what "we" are hiding, but it is something and it is something that associates him with someone else, which produced not only the "we" he so often used, but confirmation with the word, "us", which is a needless repetition that is intuitive.
Whatever guilt he is experiencing is powerful enough to produce a change of language and upon reading of the suspicion of the public, the awareness of such is now evident within the latest statement.