Found Deceased CO - Gannon Stauch, 11, Colorado Springs, Lorson Ranch, El Paso County, 27 Jan 2020 *endangered* #12

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  1. wyome

    wyome Well-Known Member

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    Appreciate your take. I see so many backing into spaces, whether it be a supermarket, mall, parking garage. Perhaps it is visibility. I don't know why it irritates me lol. Nefarious reasons aside of course.
     
  2. AgeofAquaruis

    AgeofAquaruis Well-Known Member

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    Did they? We already know she isn't exactly truthful. MOO
     
  3. Faebray

    Faebray Well-Known Member

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    I can’t take credit lol. I think it was @GordianKnot said it first. I spewed coffee through my nose when they said it lmao
     
  4. perception≠reality

    perception≠reality Well-Known Member

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    cluciano63 Well-Known Member

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    LE does not seem to name POI’s or suspects much these days, imo...unless they can't locate a person and ask the public for help.
     
  6. go997

    go997 Active Member

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    I wonder if it would be possible to create some kind of scoring system for rating the level of concern that a suspect should create, based on red flags they have given out with their behaviour since a person went missing? Much of this would be based on the actions that Peter Hyatt looks for (although not all, as statement analysis is obviously only one aspect of investigating).

    For example..

    1. Speaks of victim in past tense
    2. Shows disinclination to refer to victim by name
    3. Shows no concern about what the person is currently going through
    4. Is eager to self-justify behaviour
    5. Draws attention to own acts of kindness
    6. Does not want to be interviewed on camera
    7. Draws attention to victim's traits
    8. Mentions water when interviewed
    9. Is disinclined to join any search parties physically
    10. Changes story as evidence is uncovered

    Etc, etc.

    I'm sure that a group of experienced sleuthers, those of you who have been doing this sort of thing for years, could come up with a much longer and probably more relevant list of red flags.

    Does anybody think that a system such as this could be, in some way, beneficial? At the moment, people just bring up individual red flags to support their argument in a post ('I think X is guilty, because they keep talking about Y and not Z').

    A well-devised system would offer a degree of protection to accused individuals who have actually given off very few red flags, but who are perhaps facing unfair scrutiny due to having a personality that a lot of people just don't like.

    Have we yet reached a point where we can look at this sort of thing in a more data-driven/scientific way, or do people prefer to trust their gut more than a set of numbers?
     
  7. CocoChanel

    CocoChanel Administrator Staff Member Administrator Moderator

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    THIS THREAD IS NOW CLOSED.
    PLEASE MOVE YOUR DISCUSSION HERE.
     
  8. courtfollower89

    courtfollower89 Long time member

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    Just can't depend on Google alerts anymore
     
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