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originally posted by: Stormdancer777
originally posted by: GUITARPLAYER
originally posted by: muse7
originally posted by: highfromphoenix
a reply to: muse7
Dude this is such a hate thread.
Shame on you.
I take it you haven't been around very long.
If you think this is a "Hate Thread" then you probably haven't read any threads about "Black Thugs" or Immigrant leeches
Or white bible thumper Christians.
Yes, them too, poor white Bible thumpers, who live in trailers, open season on them.
originally posted by: FormOfTheLord
The cops buy you a free lunch at Burger King! Now I get it I totally understand that, yep makes perfect sense to me. . . .
Step 1 - Direct confrontation. Lead the suspect to understand that the evidence has led the police to the individual as a suspect. Offer the person an early opportunity to explain why the offense took place.
Step 2 - Try to shift the blame away from the suspect to some other person or set of circumstances that prompted the suspect to commit the crime. That is, develop themes containing reasons that will justify or excuse the crime. Themes may be developed or changed to find one to which the accused is most responsive.
Step 3 - Try to discourage the suspect from denying his or her guilt. Reid training video: "If you’ve let him talk and say the words ‘I didn’t do it’[...]the more difficult it is to get a confession."
Step 4 - At this point, the accused will often give a reason why he or she did not or could not commit the crime. Try to use this to move towards the confession.
Step 5 - Reinforce sincerity to ensure that the suspect is receptive.
originally posted by: Pinke
[This type of thing is central to a lot of interrogation and investigation techniques. They used similar strategies against O.J Simpson and others. A lot of interviews available on youtube use similar approaches such as providing tea and coffee and being incredibly friendly to the suspect.