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  • How do you tell when someone is lying???

    I seen programs being sold that were supposed to teach you body language and eye contact and such to tell you this. But on the street, what really works???
    Last edited by Straight Up; 08-04-2005, 05:15 PM. Reason: lookig good
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    their lips are moving (JUST KIDDING),,,thats pretty much it, body language says a lot more than the words,,if you are proficient you can pick up on the body language, then you use your verbal skills to get them to talk out the side of their head and let them get caught in a lie.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by gotthblues
      their lips are moving .
      Straight Up

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      • #4
        I know this is Ask a Cop...and I shouldn't bother posting this...but when I was an explorer, we were taught by a gentlemen that during questioning, if a subject goes to answer a question and looks upward toward the right of his head, he is recalling memory, if he looks upward to the left of his head, he is fabricating an answers. (I think that's it...anyway they look upward toward the 'creative' side of the brain). It doesn't always work, but it does alot. I tried it on my friends and it worked. Now I didn't nail EVERY lie, but it worked. Combined with body language and tone, I'm sure it's VERY easy to point out a BS'er
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        • #5
          True ............... Their lips are moving.
          Unless you witness it you nevr believe it.

          You can't tell when somebody is lying.
          It's streets smarts
          It's detective work
          It's asking over & over again

          The truth is always told the same way .... a lie many different ways.
          People can always remeber the truth and repeat as it happened today tomorrow and ten yrs from now. The lie will change each and every time it is told. You can't remember a lie.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Bodie
            The truth is always told the same way .... a lie many different ways.
            People can always remeber the truth and repeat as it happened today tomorrow and ten yrs from now. The lie will change each and every time it is told. You can't remember a lie.
            very good point, welll put

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Bodie
              The truth is always told the same way .... a lie many different ways. People can always remeber the truth and repeat as it happened today tomorrow and ten yrs from now. The lie will change each and every time it is told. You can't remember a lie.
              That and I always get this sense that they're not telling the truth from the get go. Just a gut feeling, which leads me to believe they're lying thus I begin what Bodie was talking about. The feeling comes from experience though...IMHO.

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              • #8
                There are a couple of great schools on this. I was in LP before becoming and officer. I am advanced certified in Wicklander-Zulawski interview and interrogation, and I have found it to be a big help. The other one is Reid. Here are links:Wicklander-Zulawski Reid Interrogation School
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                • #9
                  There are several common cues of deception that you can recognize easily.. I can go into it, but the better and lazier thing for me to do is to give you a link to the guy who is a leader in this kind of thing. I went to his school last year & it was really great & entertaining:

                  get started: https://www.kinesic.com/police-training_articles.htm
                  And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.”- Romans 8:28

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