Kinesics is the study of nonverbal communication - body language. A suspect's movements and gestures can tell investigators when he is being less than truthful. Some of these gestures are very slight while others are as plain as…
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The Graveyard Shift is pleased to introduce a wonderful and talented author, Danny P. Smith. I first met Danny at a writers conference several years ago in California and my cop instincts told me he had what it takes to survive in a writer's…
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Can interrogators really look into a suspect's eyes and determine if he's telling the truth? Can they spot a fibber by the way he moves his hands, or by the tone of his voice? Of course they can, and they've been doing it for years.During…
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