Monday, November 16, 2015
Davey Blackburn: Life Insurance on Amanda
The "Celebration" drew more than 2,000 people to "Resonate Church" on November 15, 2015. This appears to fulfill the statement made about the meeting.
That there were predominantly pictures of Amanda with Davey was not unexpected when viewed in light of his two statements made to the public.
Amanda Blackburn was murdered days before in a home invasion robbery in which police said her husband, Davey Blackburn, is "100 percent" innocent. He was at the gym when his pregnant wife was killed.
When Davey Blackburn issued a statement, no deception was indicated, though the statement did not show any concern for the vicious head-shot killer on the loose, nor did he mention his pre-born child in the statement. Given the position of faith, he did not say anything about his hope or belief for Amanda's status: that she was in heaven.
None of this, however, implicates him in her death. It raises suspicion, however, because it is not "the expected", even when the expected is viewed within a realm of faith.
What was also noted in his statement was a narcissistic like focus upon himself.
After posting this, I was directed to his church's website and youtube for his videos.
In one video, filmed just a month ago, he and Amanda reveal how troubled their marriage was. Both use language to indicate a severely dysfunctional relationship, and Davey speaks repeatedly about sex, including using his own example, for his mostly young audience. There appears a strong competitive attitude towards his wife, as he corrects her, over-talks her, and humiliates her with personal anecdotes; mostly about sex, and specifically, his own sexual needs and drive.
In other videos, he speaks about sex, not so much as biblical teaching, but his own sex life, with the emphasis upon his own sex drive, again, before a presumedly young audience, as he is theatrical, walking back and forth, dressed in tight shirts, as the self described 'unconventional' method. He refers to his "bad" marriage, but repeatedly brings the topic back to one thing: his own sex drive.
He describes it with anecdotes, including having to schedule a "date night" with his wife, of whom he "fights" often. He demanded "sex before dinner" lest he be incapable of "concentrating" on the dinner conversation. He humiliates his wife and de-personalizes sex, all while reminding the youthful (teenaged) audience of his strong need, and his strong sex drive, again, while imitating voices, including his "British accent", with much visual additions, including gestures normally associated with actors on a stage rather than ministers. He constantly reminds his audience of the severity of the marital relationship while then moving on to his sexual needs, drive, and, in some cases, lack of fulfillment.
When inviting people to the Sunday service, he wrote that it was a "celebration", though the killer remains at large, and that they would "laugh" together and "mourn" too.
This is hardly the expected.
Statement Analysis measures the typical "expected" versus the "unexpected" with presupposing that the speaker is truthful and innocent. Then, when that which is expected is absent, the absence is analyzed, and the words that replaced the expected, that is, the "unexpected" words, are then analyzed.
His statement showed its focus upon himself, as predominant, and did not even mention his murdered pre born child. It was then used to draw a large crowd.
The religious language is geared towards negating human emotion as if faith suspends the natural grieving process of which Statement Analysis takes note of, including:
Despair, shock, anger, call for justice, and lots of fear:
A killer entered his home, killed his wife and pre-born child, and may return to kill him and his child. If his faith is "above" feeling fear, what about concern for his neighbors, knowing the killer may return? It too, is missing.
In viewing another of his 'performances' from the church's website, he makes a joke about a life insurance policy, not for he and his wife, but on her life. Given what has happened, police must look into this angle and clear him of any possible involvement.
He speaks often of the gym: he was at the gym, on video, at the time of the killing. Some have speculated that his personality may have undergone a dramatic change after building up his body, causing the obsession with sex that is found within his words.
He said that her pregnancy was a cause or factor in their bad marriage: his wife was 12 weeks pregnant at the time of her death.
He spoke often of his "needs", which, in one video, he justifies as being "articulated", which suggested that since he made this clear to his wife, any lack of fulfillment would be her fault, and reminds the young audience that unless the wife "knows" the needs, she cannot meet them, labeling the problem of "unarticulated needs' being the man's fault.
What we have is a narcissistic controlling immature male who, by speaking of his own sex drive before a young audience, may be grooming, even if inadvertently, as his words are designed to cause all focus to be on him, while his clothing and theatrics affirm.
Then, after the performance, he is able to "connect" with the young people.
Thus, for example, teenaged girls are told of his sex drive and sex needs, having just seen him display himself in his hip, young clothing, with tight shirts, strutting back and forth, entertaining them, inviting word pictures within their young minds, specifically, of him and his sex drive.
That any instruction would include personal example is expected, but when it comes to the private sex life of a husband and wife, this is not expected. He uses it to insult Amanda, and to humiliate her, even mocking her own modesty. The videos are very difficult to watch in themselves, but more so knowing Amanda's fate.
If Blackburn is unconnected to the shooter, he is certainly a very troubled and perhaps clinically immature young male, of whom I would not allow my daughter to be anywhere near.
Interestingly enough, Statement Analysis is first found in the Bible, itself, in the great Solomonic custody decision. The Scripture also teaches that from the very "abundance" of the "heart", that is, the seat of the intellect and emotions, the words are spoken.
On average, a person has about 25,000 words in their own vocabulary. When speaking, they move into this dictionary and pull out which words, the syntax, the verb tenses, and location of each word in order to make sense.
This process takes place in less than a micro-second of time.
This allows Statement Analysis its great accuracy rate.
When someone is deceptive, this rapid process has a small disruption in time, causing internal stress for the speaker, which shows up in the polygraph, as well as in the language.
What we talk about reveals our priorities. When we repeat a topic, the topic is important to us. When we repeat a word, the repetition is seen as a "sensitivity" to the word.
Thus, Statement Analysis will note the repetition of themes, and specific words.
When we speak, we also "leak" out information which is what is on our minds. When Casey Anthony spoke about her "missing" daughter, she said, "In my heart, I know she is close" and "check the familiar places..." as her murdered child was found less than a half mile from the home, in the woods familiar to Casey.
Think of this location when Cindy Anthony threw out the search team and said, "George and I don't believe that Caylee's in the woods or anything."
"Contrary to rumors floating around out there..." Justin DiPietro.
This is something that we all do, and it may be that should Blackburn agree to an interview on television, or if the 911 call is released, that we may have an answer to the question,
"Is Blackburn involved?"
Right now, we do not know the answer.
Police should, upon arresting the shooter, make certain there is no connection to Blackburn, including any potential motivation of greed (life insurance) and marital discord, as his 'career' is paramount in his language. I would not be surprised if we are told that only small items were stolen, but nothing of value. This could signal that robbery was a cover for murder.