posted on Jul, 28 2015 @ 12:40 PM
a reply to: Flesh699
A few observations and my opinion.
This uncomfortable exchange between the girl and her parents started well before this interview, possibly much earlier and at home. As this interview
occurred two days later, this gave the girl time to rethink what happened and what was happening. It's my opinion from her readily apparent
jitteriness, she was uncomfortable with lying.
The initial interviews happened on the day of, which was a "drill" which she was then playing a part, as it was explained to her. She seemed totally
unaffected and happily participated in playing her part for the "movie". Two days elapsed and she had plenty of time to see what was actually
transpiring. She possibly even heard her parents talking/arguing at home about the details of their participation. She may have even come into
contact with other children and had opportunity to discuss what they knew, saw and heard.
She wanted no part of it and it's why her parents were forced to keep her restrained, which looked rather ugly. The father also lied when he said
they were allowing her time to come to terms with the event and talk about it when she was ready. She talked about it plenty, two days prior to this
interview. He lied through his teeth. Both the father and mother looked as if they were part of a hijacking. They look guilty.
JMO of course.