Statement analysis, also known as analytical interviewing, is a learned skill that allows you to not only spot deception in written and verbal communication, but also discern the motives and profile of the person speaking. It is invaluable in everything from reading news reports to group vetting and recruiting. For a very brief example of how SA works, you can check out this article.
The next part of the infiltration series will be on the beginning principles of SA to help people get started. We will cover the following:
- The mechanics and context of deception
- Beginning principles of statement analysis
- How analysis works with linguistics
- The reliable denial
- Applying the principles in a vetting context
We’ll be looking at some real-world examples of both deception and truthfulness in the media and in certain patriot contexts. Please note that this is a beginning-level class; you won’t be an expert afterward, but you’ll be able to see deception in a whole new light. You’ll be able to start spotting specific and actionable deception in news reports, speeches, and vetting contexts, as well as have a solid foundation to understand some more advanced concepts in later classes should you choose to do so.
I am only offering one webinar session of this class for Fall 2018.
Saturday, December 1
1800 Mountain Time (2000 EST, 1700 PST)
10 seats available
Cost is $50. If you already signed up for the previous session of the anti-infiltration webinar, let me know and I’ll give you a 30% discount on this class.
You can reserve your spot in one of two ways:
- Paypal to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Sending cash, check, or money order to 610 N. 1st St., 5-209, Hamilton, MT 59840. If you choose this option, email me at email@example.com and let me know you’ve sent it so I can reserve your seat.
The class is an online webinar; you’ll have plenty of time to ask questions and get real-time answers right from your couch.
Please feel free to email me with any questions; whether you need help getting signed up or want to ask something about the class itself, I’m happy to help.
Note: There are still a few seats left in the Oct 2 and Oct 6 sessions of Part 1. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to still get in.