Sean Spicer “Equally Involved”

I was watching TV last night when Sean Spicer’s press conference was discussed from earlier in the day.  When they posted the text of what he said, I about fell off my chair!

Can you see why?  I will share my thoughts in the comment section in the coming days.

Liars never realize their subconscious slips speak so loud and reveal so much.

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President Trump: “I faced great pressure…”

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Trump made a very telling statement this week. Did you catch it?

He said in discussions about firing Comey to the Russians, “I faced great pressure because of Russia. That’s taken off.” (Source)

Hmmm…. did you think about that?

He faced great pressure.

How does that work if you are not involved with Russia with any corrupt dealings?

If you are honest and not involved in any Russian entanglements, you would find any accusation laughable and baseless. There would be no pressure. It would actually be entertaining because you’d have nothing to fear.  You’d know you are in the right. You’d shrug it off knowing the truth will come out and you’d likely not give it a second thought.

BUT…if you are a liar and have a lot to hide, you’d have pressure. Lots of it!

Firing Comey was a short term release on a much bigger pressure cooker. It’s only just getting started!

Liars leak big clues, you just have to pay close attention.

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Family of Thieves (20/20)

Did you catch 20/20 this past weekend?  The show featured the story of the criminal Cabello family as they stole nearly $4 million in orchestrated bank-related heists.

Archie Cabello found a life of a crime was lucrative for him because he was able to out-smart the system time-and-time again, but finally after decades, the law caught up with him.

If you haven’t watched the story, I highly recommend it. It’s fascinating.

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In thinking about the whole story, a few thoughts ran through my mind, one of which was:  Do you really think Archie’s family turned on him?

Or was it part of his intelligent genius to have his family “save themselves” from a life of prison by talking and pointing the finger at him?

Wouldn’t that be the ultimate con gaming the system one last time?

Archie was certainly smart enough to save his wife and son, don’t you think?

I think they put on a big game in their dislike for one another, and what flagged me to this was the fact that Vincent, who supposedly turned Archie in (after the cops discovered their 100 credit cards) wouldn’t speak to the media about how “wronged he was” by his father.  If you are willing to go to the police and turn your father in, you’d be willing to talk about it. But Vincent had no interest. Neither did his wife.

It makes you go “Hmmm….”

Furthermore, I was surprised that the banks never hired a private investigator to put surveillance on the Cabello family to recover their money.  I mean why not pay someone to follow them 24/7?  It would be pennies compared to their losses.  The Cabellos had to get money from somewhere and they should have been easily able to track where the loot was, right?  The Cabellos did put a large portion of their money in a safe at a company after all. Archie and the family rarely worked so they had to get money from somewhere.  It seems like a no-brainer, doesn’t it?

They still have $1.8M unaccounted for, and you know Vincent and Archie’s wife will have to access it at some point.

Cosby Finally Exposed

It’s good to finally see Cosby exposed for the liar he is.  From day one when I heard these accusations, I called him out!

May this open the door for these women to sue Cosby civilly.

Cosby attorneys are saying that Cosby was just confused. I think everyone sees that is just an attempt to push this away again, but I don’t think its going to work.

48 Hours: Bruce Beresford-Redman

I have yet to watch 48 Hours from last weekend, but I have heard and seen that Bruce Beresford-Redman has been convicted of killing his wife Monica in Mexico in 2012.  You can watch the show above. If the link doesn’t work, you can click here.

I teach this case in my class and wrote about it on my blog back in 2012 when this case came to light that I did not trust Bruce.  Now a jury agrees.

Yet Bruce is still clinging to his innocence. I’m really curious to see if he makes more slips in this show!

You can read my original analysis of Bruce back in 2012 here.

Bruce was convicted on March 12, and given a light sentence of only 12 years.