Aside from being at ChartOne 3 mos ... his beautiful, young, healthy, pregnant wife, Michelle-Marie and mother of their 2 and half yr old dau, Cassidy, was found brutally murdered in their home, within hours of his leaving for a business trip. He learned of his wife's murder circa (no official time has been released) 2 - 3 pm, Friday 3rd November. He only returned to Raleigh sometime the next day, with his mother, step-father, brother and SIL (or sister and BIL - someone please correct me, lol). Earlier on Friday 3rd Nov, out of the blue - JY had called his SIL, Meredith to go collect a fax as he did not want Michelle to see this. It later emerged bu "insiders" the fax was actually a print-out and it was for a surprise gift for Michelle. Meredith arrived to find her sister's body and Cassidy unharmed - and she called 911 at 1:30 Immediately upon his return, JY was (and has since been) THE ONLY person to be issued with a court order for probable cause to impound his vehicle, as well as to order him to submit to tests. NO-ONE else was issued a court order: everyone complied immediately. On arrival, his step-father, Gerald McIntyre stated Jason was lawyering up and not talking to LE as, in GMc's words he "doesn't trust" LE. Until a recent release, the Sheriff confirmed LE had spoken "only briefly" with JY - who returned to Brevard to stay with his parents. ------------------------------------------------------------------------- We know very little about this man... Where did JY work previously? What is his work history like? Is he sporty? How old is he? Was their marriage going through a difficult time? Is there reason to believe he had a g//f from Florida? How were his finances? Where is his real father? Why is there this growing distance between Fishers and J Young? Why did he not travel back immediately he heard the news? Did both sets parents get on before the murder? Why didn't he opt for a poly? Is he truthful - or is he lying? I found this on the 'Net: Louis N. Eliopolis, Death Investigator's Handbook: Truthful vs. Deceptive Behavior Truthful Nervous at first ; calms down as interview progresses Anger; specific Composed attitude; self assured Wants you to know he's innocent Cooperates with investigation appears without an attorney Willing to prove innocence Answers questions directly Willing to take lie detector test Open; Will volunteer info Unyielding & adamant in denials Willl sit forward in the chair & ask what you want to know Deceptive Nervous at first; calms down as interview progresses Angry; nonspecific; won't calm down Overly anxious; seems confused Overly polite Defensive Will be quiet; afraid he will say something to get him in trouble Evasive in answers Non commital in response Complains; uncooperative Guarded about what they tell you Have to give a reason why they don't cooperate Defeated; slumps head forward While statement analysis is only part of any investigation, it's an important part - providing clues to investigators as to what the subject is really thinking. Don Rabon, of the North Carolina Justice Academy in Durham, NC, and author of Investigative Discourse Analysis states: " These files are analogous to a crime scene. To the uninitiated, the crime scene might look just like an ordinary room. To the trained eye, however, there can be evidence for follow-up everywhere." ------------------------------ I lost the link as my puter 'hung' while c/pasting but this info was on a blog!