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    Warning:I need to add that there are a lot of very vivid graphic violent conversations and descriptions of crimes in these videos of murderers talking to cops.

    I found an awesome Youtube channel that has all these actual police interrogations of murderers. There is some narration by someone who seems like an expert criminologist. There's an awesome psychological rundown on the Prince Andrew BBC interview. The guys points out all these tells and signs of lies. It's so interesting to watch.

    The first one I'd watch is this one. This lunatic was a Los Angeles cop who got away with murder for 26 years. The way the cops trap her is awesome.

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    Dude the one with Stephanie Lazarus is insane. I have never seen anyone with facial expressions like that, I didn't even know eyebrows and foreheads could do that.
    The one on that pencil-dick loser War Machine is insane and just disturbing
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    Lol. I have a neighbor who is very annoying personality-wise. Her name is Tammy. I call her Tamazon. It's mean, I know, but she is so weird she needed a nickname. If I were blindfolded and just hearing the Stephanie Lazarus interrogation, I would swear on my life it was Tamazon. They are voice twins. I could also envision her being a sociopathic killer.

    I haven't seen the pencil-dick one yet. Looking forward to it though.


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    Wait, so they just made her sweat through an hour+ interrogation and they arrested her on DNA evidence, nothing she said during the taped interview? Or am I missing something?

    I get that she sounded totally off and weird in the interrogation, that didn't help, but the DNA is why she was found guilty, right? But from your comment I thought they were going to trip her up on something she said or contradicted herself. I guess I watch too many TV cop procedurals with AHA! moments.

    Also, please heads up on any Excorcist head 360 clips, that shit haunts my dreams at night for real, I cannot handle it.

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    I love this channel. I've watched every single episode he's put out, and he's the only person I've ever supported on Patreon (he's the only person worth $1 a month)

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    The only way to even get her in the interrogation room was the trick. Why didn't they just go to her house and arrest her because of the DNA? I don't know. Show boating? They're going to arrest a fellow cop. They want to make sure everything's above board?

    Sorry about the Regan head thing. I didn't even notice that.

    ETA: watching the pencil dick one now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beeyotch View Post
    Wait, so they just made her sweat through an hour+ interrogation and they arrested her on DNA evidence, nothing she said during the taped interview? Or am I missing something?

    I get that she sounded totally off and weird in the interrogation, that didn't help, but the DNA is why she was found guilty, right? But from your comment I thought they were going to trip her up on something she said or contradicted herself. I guess I watch too many TV cop procedurals with AHA! moments.
    Quote Originally Posted by sprynkles View Post
    The only way to even get her in the interrogation room was the trick. Why didn't they just go to her house and arrest her because of the DNA? I don't know. Show boating? They're going to arrest a fellow cop. They want to make sure everything's above board?
    From watching the Forensic Files, they almost never just go by the DNA before they make an arrest. The revelation that they have DNA evidence at all is usually the "AHA" moment right before the arrest, but only after an hour or more of setting up the perp to lie their ass off under interrogation.

    As an example, a lot of times, detectives are interviewing the person to see if there is any chance that there is some innocuous reason why DNA or fingerprints of the suspect would be found in the residence of the victim. When the suspect says, "No, never been there. No idea what it looks like inside." they help lay the trap for themselves.

    This interrogation was REALLY, REALLY long for me, and I was listening to it while I was doing training last night, but it seemed to me that she had gone from utterly no contact or knowledge of the circumstances of the victim's death, to changing her story explain evidence that they hit her with. Initially, the father of the victim said he thought she was a likely suspect, but the police disregarded him, and it's very possible that almost no initial interrogation was done of her in the first place.
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    Thank you, Sprynkles. I saw the Stephanie Lazarus on a Dateline or 20/20 a few months ago but had to watch it here. The Donna DiPolitto is shown a lot on the above shows and it's addicting. She had three or four trials and had a baby on house arrest before the last trial. I think the father of the baby lives with her parents. She can get out in about 2032. Who has a baby on house arrest??? Balls said the queen!

    Prince Andrew is just an entitled and titled fool.
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    Donna DiPolitto is straight up crazy. I don't think I knew she was an escort before. Having a baby while on house arrest? She must have been convinced she'd never serve time. I didn't know she had a baby. Whoever impregnated her is just as crazy as she is.


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