In statement analysis everything the subject says is important whether it be vague, I got up went to work went home etc or if it goes into minutiae, I got up i went to the bathroom, I washed my hands etc.
we talk or write we self edit, erasing the pointless trivia we do each
day and talking about what is actually relevant to what is being
When we analyze we look for the important things in relation to the subject not ourselves.
look for pronouns, where the subject takes ownership of what is being
said (I) we look for where they go missing or change and if the change
We look for omissions in time (temporal lacuna)
where they occur and if the gap is relevant or not (gap in time during a
crime or event is important, gap in time going to sleep and waking up
We look at the order of things, order is important,
where does the subject start their statement (this is important to the
subject) what order does he place things (family, friends, workmates
etc, the order tells us what is important to the subject, if he says
family, friends, wife then it is probable things aren't great with the
We look for chronological order, an event will follow a
certain path, beginning, middle, end, if the subject jumps around say
middle beginning end or things are out of chronological order (i gave
him CPR, the shock hit him and he collapsed, he wasn't breathing i
couldn't feel a pulse. You get the drift)
We look for the expected thus
the unexpected will stand out.
We assume the subject is telling the
truth thus anything unusual or unexpected will stand out.
fairly well what we would do in a certain scenario (in my case see a
spider, I watch it closely whilst I grab the nearest spider eating cat
if it is within reach or they are around, if they aren't, depending on
location it is the slipper, if it is big and high it is the Dyson of
doom, the fastest and scariest ride the spider will have.)
We know to a
great extent how things will go in order of priority, family, friends
With children we usually go in order of age, this can change
depending on topic to boys/girls, girls/boys, trouble/not in trouble,
We know thus anything out of order will catch our
attention, it may be something innocuous and relevant only to the subject
and will make sense in context.
It may be something incriminating, say a
man with a missing wife will put a close female friend before family,
friends etc. it gets our attention because it is unexpected, we would
put family as more important than friends or an individual.
She isn't a
family member, is a friend, yet warrants priority over both, she is
important to him , enough that he gives her priority.
Later we see he
killed his wife and was having an affair with the woman.
What is interesting in gerry's blogs are the priorities.
first publishing, on the page that was supposed to be all about Maddie,
we would expect to hear about her character, her likes and dislikes, a
description, things that were important to us to help find her, a
description to humanize her, describe her as a little girl needing to be
back with her family rather than a body.
She warranted a whole 7 words which was entirely unexpected and a huge red flag to me.
The rest of it was about the twins, gerry and kate.
It was as if she was nothing to the family, a pet, an object rather than a living breathing, loving little girl.
gerry was paying attention to blogs as I and many others commented on
this glaring red flag and subsequently amended it.
Gerry is very
aware of what is said about him and will change things where possible to
paint him in a good light.
Where he can't enable a change, he will minimize, redirect attention to someone else or sue or threaten to sue
to have the comments removed.
Classic narcissistic behavior.
suspect at home as the baby he was spoiled and as he grew up blamed
everyone else and their dog when he was naughty or something didn't get
What I note in the blogs is how little is about Maddie and
how much is about him, the twins and kate.
How he goes into minute
detail about irrelevant stuff, how anyone helping out is minimized or
downplayed whilst he does the great I am.
I did all these meetings,
spoke to all these people, oh and family members cooked dinner after a
really long day.
I wonder if he even wanted kids?
selfish little buggers, gerry is a big selfish bugger.
It would have
been chaos in the house with 3 small toddlers and a big one all making
demands, it is no wonder kate obsessed about sleep.
Kids would be competition for kate's attention, and competition against gerry.
wonder if kate wanted children and gerry didn't?
When they found out
they couldn't conceive naturally, was gerry relieved I ask?
Who pushed for IVF?
wonder who was at fault for the infertility?
Kate would feel guilt (not a perfect woman, catholic doctrine even if not a devout one it would
be in her psyche)
If gerry then would he feel anger rather than guilt (huge blow to ego that he wasn't a man's man, he wasn't perfect, he who
demanded perfection from everyone and everything, who always got his own
way couldn't father children naturally)
IVF is hard on the woman
physically and emotionally, hugely expensive especially with multiple
cycles, stressful waiting for a positive on the test.
How many cycles
did she go through before each success, what type of IVF did they have?
Were donor eggs or sperm used?
Are the parents of the twins the same
parents of Maddie?
There are various combinations of egg and
sperm from kate and gerry and donors.
I would be interested to know what
type of IVF were used and who provided what since it could provide a
motive for one and explain the distance between kate and gerry and the
Even if both were the parents, the fact that IVF was used
could be a motive, there was no 'bond' so to speak, and, given that she
was born almost perfect, we have motive for her death and also an
explanation for their distancing from her.
She wasn't perfect,
she was conceived in a test tube so not 'really ours' she had health
issues (the eye) behavioral issues (temper, demanding attention,
screaming possibly autism spectrum perhaps?)
Imperfect was not
acceptable especially to gerry.
Maddie demanded and got attention
whilst gerry didn't.
Over time this can build up resentment, anger and
The sedation was perhaps kate's only way to maintain her
A sleeping child is a safe child, she can concentrate on gerry
and a happy gerry means a safe kate.
A safe kate is a happy kate.
We know he chased her all the way to NZ to woo her, I wonder if perhaps she went to the other side of the world to escape him?
These are all suppositions of mine, my own opinion on the family dynamics.
is clear is that this is a family in a toxic relationship, kate has
warned us of her possible intentions.
It could be said she meant
nothing by them, this is wrong.
She meant what she said otherwise she
would not have said it.
The Freudian slips where they talk about
murder and death, these are what is at the front of their minds when
they are talking.
The mind thinks the words a microsecond before before
spoken or written, it is what they are thinking of when they speak.
is the brain speaking the truth despite them trying to prevent it doing
so and self editing.
Lying is stressful and the body doesn't like it thus the brain will do it's best to relieve the stress by telling the truth.
when a suspect in a crime finally admits the truth, they speak of the
immense relief, the load has been lifted from their shoulders, they feel
so much better.
Listen to what they say, read the words they
write, don't assume they meant something else or it was a misspeak, it
isn't and wasn't, it is the truth leaking out.