Here we have the deliberate gender neutral "person" employed. The subject is deliberately concealing the identity of the "person" he wishes to communicate as responsible.
This is the second usage of such concealment, and with the repetition of "yeah" before, the analyst/reader should consider that the subject is protecting the identity of the person responsible for Ayla's demise.
This is a good example of avoiding a direct lie. Direct lying is rare (less than 10%) and studies that show people "lying 20 times an hour" are inaccurate. Lying is rare until the definition of such includes material withholding of information in order to deceive.
Telling the "technical truth" is a way in which a deceptive subject can avoid the internal stress caused by the disruption of speed of transmission of information in the brain.
By asking compound questions, the interviewer is allowing for an even greater decrease in internal stress. By giving specific details within the compound question, the interviewer is not only further reducing reliability, but is contaminating the subject's language by literally teaching him how to deceive. This is why it is imperative for journalists to have formal training in Analytical Interviewing.
We should consider suicidal ideology here.
Justin DiPietro has been deception indicated about his daughter from the earliest press releases.
Although a victim of chronic child abuse and neglect, it may be that Ayla died as a result of "unintentional" causes; that is, Di Pietro did not intend, that night, to kill her.
The life insurance policy was very likely a competing motive.
He knew his lifestyle was reckless and he had a short fuse and his childhood coddling left him lazy and uninterested in providing for and taking care of Ayla.
The extra life insurance policy would only help underpin the fact that Ayla was unwanted and a tool of more government welfare: money his hands would not earn.
His connection to the drug trade only increased the jeopardy to Ayla.
His girlfriend's sister had a large cache of drugs in her apartment in Portland, Maine.
Drug dealing wholesalers do not take credit cards. The high cost of the drug value coincided with the amount of the insurance policy. Ayla was at this apartment.
What happened that night at Phoebe DiPietro's home in Waterville?
Was Ayla caught in a drug dispute?
This is not likely, as one of the three adults would have given the information to obtain Ayla's release from drug dealers. Drug sentences in Maine are not severe.
What would cause all three adults to be silent?
Justin DiPietro's sister was present, with her own child. To date, I do not know how she was able to retain custody of her child, given the police press release in which it was stated that all three are conspiring to conceal what happened to Ayla.
The parent that conceals what happened to her niece, presents her own child as in jeopardy.
I do not know what happened, but believe Ayla may have fallen while not being supervised, perhaps down the stairs, and bled to death.
Having once not sought medical intervention for a serious injury, Justin and the other two adults could immediately and readily talk themselves into a "moral" and pragmatic position:
It was an accident. They'll never believe us, and they will take our children from us.
Self protection. Should the other two lose custody, they also lose money.
In the welfare state, children represent money.
This can be a powerful motive.
We often reference, in Statement Analysis, "motives" as we do "priorities." There is often more than one at play at any given time.
The life insurance policy would serve as a sub element of influence (not subconscious) further justifying the false kidnapping case.
I do not discount, however, the scenario of Justin D Pietro underlining motive increasing his violence towards Ayla, "looking" for something to "happen" that would turn him as "victim" with the "burden" of Ayla, into getting "what I deserve"; the large insurance pay out.
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