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NVC 58: OJ Simpson Interrogation Part Nine

This interrogation of OJ Simpson was conducted by Philip Vannatter and Thomas Lange, the Los Angeles Police Department’s chief investigators of the murders of Nicole Simpson and Ron Goldman. We are focusing on the types of questions. Remember in previous articles I have spoke of the value of cognitive type questioning where we ask the…
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NVC 56: OJ Simpson Interrogation Part Seven

This interrogation of OJ Simpson was conducted by Philip Vannatter and Thomas Lange, the Los Angeles Police Department’s chief investigators of the murders of Nicole Simpson and Ron Goldman. With this article, we are focusing on the types of questions . Remember in previous articles I have spoke of the value of Cognitive type questioning…
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NVC 55: OJ Simpson Interrogation Part Six

This interrogation of OJ Simpson was conducted by Philip Vannatter and Thomas Lange, the Los Angeles Police Department’s chief investigators of the murders of Nicole Simpson and Ron Goldman. With this article, we are focusing on the types of questions. Remember in previous articles I have spoke of the value of Cognitive type questioning where…
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NVC 54: OJ Simpson Interrogation Part Five

PART 5: This interrogation of OJ Simpson was conducted by Philip Vannatter and Thomas Lange, the Los Angeles Police Department’s chief investigators of the murders of Nicole Simpson and Ron Goldman. With this article, we are focusing on the types of questions. Remember in previous articles I have spoke of the value of Cognitive type…
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NVC 53: OJ Simpson Interrogation Part Four

This interrogation of OJ Simpson was conducted by Philip Vannatter and Thomas Lange, the Los Angeles Police Department’s chief investigators of the murders of Nicole Simpson and Ron Goldman. With this article, we are focusing on the types of questions. Remember in previous articles I have spoke of the value of Cognitive type questioning where…
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NVC 52: OJ Simpson Interrogation Part Three

This interrogation of OJ Simpson was conducted by Philip Vannatter and Thomas Lange, the Los Angeles Police Department’s chief investigators of the murders of Nicole Simpson and Ron Goldman. With this article, we are focusing on the types of questions. Remember in previous articles I have spoke of the value of Cognitive type questioning where…
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NVC 51: OJ Simpson Interrogation Part Two

This interrogation of OJ Simpson was conducted by Philip Vannatter and Thomas Lange, the Los Angeles Police Department’s chief investigators of the murders of Nicole Simpson and Ron Goldman. With this article, we are focusing on the types of questions. Remember in previous articles I have spoke of the value of Cognitive type questioning where…
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NVC 50: OJ Simpson Interrogation Part One

This interrogation of OJ Simpson was conducted by Philip Vannatter and Thomas Lange, the Los Angeles Police Department’s chief investigators of the murders of Nicole Simpson and Ron Goldman. You can see why asking yes or no questions yields you little to no information to confirm or dispel suspicion. Look at all the yes or…
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NVC 49: Lies

Emotional Clues Lies can also generate emotions, ranging from the excitement and pleasure of “pulling the wool over someone’s eyes”, to fear of getting caught, to feelings of guilt. Darwin first suggested that emotions tend to manifest themselves in the facial expressions, as well as in voice tones, and that these can be reliable enough…
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NVC 48: Aviation Security

There are many people in the field of Aviation Security who feel the problem with aviation Security in the United States is that we are too focused on the item and not the person. Focusing on a passenger’s demeanor and subsequent answers to simple trip story questions can reveal possible deception and maybe even evidence…
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