Discussion in 'Missing Persons Discussion' started by Mysti88c, May 12, 2020.
I agree with the critics of Reid, and I wish more police departments would implement reforms. But you have not cited any research contradicting the finding of professor Hirsch, that Reid is "The leading interrogation manual..." or providing evidence of a massive shift away from Reid training.
Nor have you rebutted the studies I have cited, to the effect that the technique has produced confessions, partial confessions, and admissions at a reasonably high rate.
If you look into the archives, you will find that BM stated he was interviewed by investigators, and CCSO issued a statement affirming that he cooperated in the investigation.
I have been speaking about this for reasons expressed in previous posts. If you truly don't understand why we're talking about this, please read them. I'd welcome your additional thoughts!
Hi, are you a defense attorney?
I'm not here to argue Reid, I've provided 4 links, no less.
There is no evidence he was interrogated, he was interviewed, that is all and of course he was interviewed, his wife disappeared.
They didn't know the woman.
They needed information, about HER.
It's quite a leap to make that a Reid technique interrogation without any evidence at all.
Nope. And I am not defending BM. Just offering a perspective that I hope you will consider.
Please continue discussion at Thread #51.
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