Australian interview, edited footage revealed - see unedited version May 29th 2017

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Re: Australian interview, edited footage revealed - see unedited version May 29th 2017

Post  candyfloss on Tue 30 May 2017, 12:40 pm

That has shocked me how that was edited and the bit we have always been showed..........   Shocked

 


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WATCH: The 23 remarkable seconds CUT from Gerry's reply to 'did you kill you daughter?' Read full story:http://www.9news.com.au/world/2017/05/29/13/38/gerry-mccanns-unedited-weak-denial-in-new-footage-has-some-hallmarks-of-deception-expert  #McCann


I can't bring the video over here anyone know how.  I can only do youtube  Embarassed

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Post  candyfloss on Tue 30 May 2017, 1:24 pm


Previously unseen footage of Gerry McCann being asked if he killed his daughter justifies taking a closer look at his possible role in Madeleine's disappearance, according to a law enforcement expert who specialises in detecting deception.

Mark McClish, a former US Marshall and Secret Service agent, has analysed Mr McCann's unedited 25 second response to an Australian reporter in 2011 asking him and his wife, Kate: "Did you kill your daughter?"

In his reply (which can be viewed above), Mr McCann used 51 words, often "rambling on in his denial", when just a succinct response was necessary, Mr McClish told nine.com.au.




"He spends a lot of time trying to convince us why he would not kill his daughter," Mr McClish said.

Mr McClish, who now trains police and military interrogators in the art of statement analysis, said Mr McCann's body language in the footage was also a possible area of concern.


He displayed some non-verbal gestures that indicate possible deception," Mr McClish said.

"When Gerry was first asked, 'Did you kill your daughter?' he looked down and brought his left hand up to his nose as he answered, 'No, no never.' Not being able to look the interviewer in the eyes while giving a specific denial is an indication of deception."

If someone brings their hand up to their mouth or nose while answering a question it is also a deceptive indicator, Mr McClish said.

The documentary footage is remarkable for more than just the confronting question posed so directly to Kate and Gerry McCann.


Mr McCann's denial was first aired in 2011 by Australia's Channel Seven, but his response – as is now apparent – had been heavily edited by the broadcaster.

In the 2011 version, Maddie's father's answer to the question appeared to be a simple: "No, that's an emphatic no".

However, those who follow the case closely were shocked to see Mr McCann's full and unedited reply on a Channel Seven documentary, Gone, in April this year. The 60-minute program marked the 10th anniversary of Maddie's disappearance.

The 2017 documentary revealed that the opening 23 seconds of Mr McCann's answer in 2011 had been chopped out.

Mr McCann's actual reply was: "No, no, never. And, you know, there's nothing with any logic that could, you know, you would have to start with why? You know, how? When? Who? And there's just simply, you know, answer to any of these things is there’s nothing to suggest anything. So, no. That's an emphatic no."


Doctors Kate and Gerry McCann have always strongly denied any involvement in the disappearance of Maddie, who vanished from a Portugal holiday apartment in May, 2007.

Statement analysis is not admissible evidence in court, but police can use it as a tool to assist investigations and zero in on potential lines of inquiry.

For nine years Mr McClish was lead instructor on interviewing techniques at the U.S. Marshals Service Training Academy in Glynco, Georgia.

The former US Marshall categorised parts of Mr McCann's reply as "a weak denial".

"There are enough deceptive indicators within his answer which would justify taking a closer look at his possible role in Madeleine's disappearance," Mr McClish said.

The McCanns were considered formal suspects by the Portuguese police until the investigation was shelved and their "arguidos status" was lifted.

Earlier this month, Assistant Commissioner of London's Metropolitan Police Mark Rowley was asked in a media briefing if Kate and Gerry McCann had ever been questioned as potential suspects by Scotland Yard detectives.

"No," he replied.

Read more at http://www.9news.com.au/world/2017/05/29/13/38/gerry-mccanns-unedited-weak-denial-in-new-footage-has-some-hallmarks-of-deception-expert


Read more at http://www.9news.com.au/world/2017/05/29/13/38/gerry-mccanns-unedited-weak-denial-in-new-footage-has-some-hallmarks-of-deception-expert

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Re: Australian interview, edited footage revealed - see unedited version May 29th 2017

Post  Mimi on Tue 30 May 2017, 4:34 pm

Thanks for bringing this to the forum.  Don`t think we`ve ever seen the original.

These are so obviously the words of a man in a right jumble - he replies with absolute gobbledegook.

Interviewer - "Did you kill your daughter?"

GM - "No, no, never. - What does he mean "never" - you can only kill someone once.  He sounds like a naughty little schoolboy caught out by an adult `no I never did mister, honest`.

"And, you know, there's nothing with any logic that could, you know, you would have to start with why? You know, how? When? Who? And there's just simply, you know, answer to any of these things is there’s nothing to suggest anything." - What is he on about here, there`s 4 `you knows` for starters -

if you take out the `you knows` it still doesn`t make sense -

"there`s nothing with any logic that could you would have to start with why, how, when, who and there`s just simply answer to any of these things is there`s nothing to suggest anything"

So, no. That's an emphatic no."

Total gobbledegook - he`s really struggling.

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Post  dogs don't lie on Tue 30 May 2017, 5:16 pm

There's nothing to suggest anything means imo, there is. What else has been edited? affraid

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Post  canada12 on Tue 30 May 2017, 5:29 pm

He's reacting like someone who didn't expect to be asked that question. No well-rehearsed answer. This is off the top of his head and is very telling.
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Post  What's_up_doc? on Tue 30 May 2017, 6:08 pm

It feels like he's answering the question: Is there any evidence that you killed your daughter, rather than a straight, direct answer. He does it a lot, didn't he say something along the lines of where is the body? I think he feels this gives him invincibility because he knows the body cannot be found and I think at the time he may have felt protected by the establishment.

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