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PostSubject: Grand Jury to Hear Evidence of Child Pornography Against Dunn and Adkins   Tue Mar 01, 2011 9:30 am

Grand Jury to Hear Evidence of Child Pornography Against Dunn and Adkins





A grand jury will hear evidence of possession of child pornography against Billie Jean Dunn and Shawn Adkins.

Next to its cousin (child molestation) is is about the worst thing anyone could be associated with, which is why Clint Dunn's family who refused judgement against it is so alarming.

Prison for child pornographers, molestors, and those who possess it is dangerous as they are often the target of other prisoners.

Expect a deal to be made quickly after indictment.

Expect a deal that must include the location of Hailey.

Expect it soon.

Proof of where the pornography is found, along with proof of the actual pornography will be presented to a Grand Jury who must decide only if there is enough evidence to support arrests, not guilt or innocence of possession.

The computer post mortem, which is a lengthy process often taking weeks or months, needed to conclude that it was actually minors who were exploited in the imagery, and that the imagery was not computer generated.

These two elements would have to be clearly shown in order for police to declare "child pornography" found on the computers, which they did last week. With the sample of over 100,000 images, it is likely that police have strong proof of both.

Billie Dunn's statements regarding the pornography are in the negative. Rather than answer the questions posed, she told the interviewer what was not seen or not known.

In an open question, the subject should tell us what is known, not what is not known. This is where deception is detected. It should be noted where there is deception. Ignorance of the material (or location) would not produce deception.

In cases of possession of child pornography to a Grand Jury, an indictment can be handed down quickly, but it allows attorneys for the accused to begin to build up a defense, which would be presented later, if the case goes to trial. Often times, the alleged possessors of child pornography do not testify, though it is not known what the defense strategy would be at this time.

A jury would then decide, once the images have been testified to as factual child pornography, if it is credible to believe that over 108,000 images belonged to 'someone else' other than the accused.

Each image could bring its own charge, carrying sentences from 2 to 10 years each.


Note that Statement Analysis is in bold type, with the actual statements in italics. All subjects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. In the disappearance of Hailey Dunn, no one has been charged. Shawn Adkins has publicly been named a "Suspect" or a "Person of Interest" while Billie Dunn, Hailey's mother, has not.

Police have received the final analysis of forensic investigators and concluded that over 108,000 "deviant" images have been found on the computer that was at Shawn Adkins's mother's home, and upon memory sticks found in Billie Jean Dunn's bedroom.

This information shocked the public, though readers of Statement Analysis had already heard Shawn Adkin's wording which indicated arousal at viewing deviant images, and have analyzed Billie Jean Dunn's statements and have indicated deception.

Both Shawn Adkins and Billie Jean Dunn have failed polygraphs.

Question: Why didn't they delete the material early on?

Several reasons:

1. With over 100,000 images, this would have taken a great deal of time. Did they ever consider that police may not believe the account of 'sleep over at Marybeth's'? Was the leaving behind of her jacket and mp3 player thought out in advance?

2. Attachment. Billie Jean said it was their "hobby" and both appear obsessed with the material (see the extreme amount) and likely have had to pay money for it, and have traded it with others, and giving it up would be difficult.

3. Over Confidence. Perhaps Billie was so convinced that the abduction story would be believed that she didn't think her video collection or memory sticks would be confiscated. We saw this with Shawn Adkins in his smirk for the camera; telling police to look at himself and Billie Dunn in order to find Hailey; or telling police Hailey was in Scurry County. This overconfidence will likely come back to bite them. Shawn's penchant for taunting police may even lead Billie to make a deal with police after the arrest, which would lead to the recovery of Hailey.

4. Drugs. Drugs dull the senses, even of the most evil: By the time Goering reached the Nuremberg Trials, he had been off drugs, lost weight, and stunned many with the change from slow dullard to sharp, evil intellect and was able to turn the tables in arguments, on more than a few times on the allied bombing of civilians. Drugs dull the intellect and decrease ambition and affect.

As in the prior analysis, an honest denial is without sensitivity. It is not difficult, and there are no consequences, legally nor civilly, for an honest person to say "I didn't do it", even in an extremely emotional case. So when someone says "on advice of attorney, I will not address..." it is an indication of guilt as there are no consequences for an innocent person to say "I didn't download it" or other strong denials.

But when it comes to something like child pornography or child molestation, there is no reason to "wait" to defend oneself and there is no legal counsel that will keep the honest, innocent man from climbing on the roof of his house and shouting, "I didn't do it!" for the world to hear. For an example of this, see Michael Jackson's denials analyzed by Mark McClish at his excellent website, www.statementanalysis.com.

The innocent person needs no counsel, nor does the innocent person need time to think, discuss, wonder, or anything else.

Regarding the child pornography, bestiality, and deviant images, numbering more than 100,000, Billie Dunn made the following statements:

It's definitely a shock.

I've talked to him about it a little bit, I'll talk to Shawn about it more.

Course, he didn't put anything like that on there.

It's definitely out of character for him. I've known him for a while, and I've never known him to be into anything like that, or we wouldn't have a relationship.

I hadn't seen any of it and I hadn't got to talk to investigators yet, to find out what it is.

You just don't wanna be associated with that stuff."


Let's look at the analysis of her responses:

It's definitely a shock.

Note the sensitivity of "definitely" added to "shock". What came as a shock to Billie Dunn? She had known for 2 months that law enforcement had taken the computer, as well as the phones, memory sticks, video tapes, photocopies, and so on. She knew this was coming, but, perhaps, with the passage of time, she may have been lulled into a sense of false security.



I've talked to him about it a little bit, I'll talk to Shawn about it more.

Note that we are talking about 100,000 plus images that are deviant, and include the sexual abuse of children, as well as the sexual abuse and torture of animals. Note the language employed:

"talked a little bit" is soft language, as if they were discussing it over a few cheap beers at a barbecue.

Child pornography is the evidence of a crime against children, who's lives were destroyed for the sexual gratification of those who seek it, find it, download it, pay for it, and trade it with others; fantasying about it until they can find fulfillment. It is not something "talked about a little bit".

It is something that society seeks to punish harshly because of the physical and emotional harm that awaits future victims at the hands of those who possess it.



Of Course, he didn't put anything like that on there.


Note that 'of course' is used when the subject wants us to take something for granted and not to question it. This is a red flag to interviewers who would hear it, and focus in on why it is important for Billie Dunn to attempt to convince us that something should be believed without verification. This is an example of the free editing process yielding important information.

Note the repeated use of what didn't happen.

Note that he didn't put anything 'like that'; which is not saying that he didn't put THE material on it; just not material "like that".

Note "on there' is a weak denial but likely entered her vocabulary as she thinks about other locations he put it on.

Where did he put it, if not "there"? This is an indication that material has existed elsewhere. This should lead investigators to locate any old computers or memory devices that either had or sold.


It's definitely out of character for him. I've known him for a while,

Note sensitivity of "definitely" added. She did not say "it's out of character for him" but that it was "definitely" out of character.

Here, the sensitivity indicator is noted, and as the statements are analyzed, we do not take one indicator to conclude deception. We add it to the others.

Note that she has known him for "awhile" which is indefinite period of time.

Clint said that he never cheated on Billie Jean, but that she did have Shawn Adkins in her life earlier than she wanted people to know about since he and Billie were still married. He said that at first, she made it like he was just a "friend" visiting, but then Clint noticed that he was staying over nights. By saying "for awhile" she avoids giving a more tangible time period, therefore, the time she has known him, is sensitive to her.



and I've never known him to be into anything like that, or we wouldn't have a relationship.

Note that she does not say that he is not into that, but only that she's never "known him to be..." into "anything "like" that; with the additional wording "anything like that" rather than the specific allegation.

Recall what constitutes a strong denial:

1. Freely spoken by the subject
2. First Person Singular
3. Past Tense (if prior event)
4. Specific to allegation

Had she and Shawn been innocent, she would have told us so. Thus far, she hasn't.

If Billie Jean doesn't tell us that she viewed child pornography, bestiality, or deviant imagery, we cannot say it for her.

Statement Analysis also recognizes what is not said.

She may use many words and even cry many tears, but in the statements there should be a clear, first person singular, past tense, specific denial.

When there is not one, we note it as such.


"or we wouldn;t have a relationship..."
Note that pronouns are instinctive and universal.

As noted in Statement Analysis from the beginning, even after their "break up", the "we" shows cooperation and unity.

This is why investigators have been careful to say that they found the memory stick in Billie Jean Dunn's bedroom.

The "we" is the unity and cooperation between Shawn Adkins and Billie Dunn. They HAVE a relationship.

It was "their hobby" and their obsession. It was something they did together; with Billie making printouts at work. Police will likely confirm it was her credit card, too.



I hadn't seen any of it

Note that with child pornography, investigators who will not be testifying about it, DO NOT SEE it. They do not want to see it and have no need to see it. Billie added the word "any" of it which may indicate strong knowledge of the extreme volume.


and I hadn't got to talk to investigators yet, to find out what it is.

Note that this is unnecessary since police told the world that they had over 100,000 "deviant" images.

This is an example of a non denial where lots of words are used, but no denial comes forth.



You just don't wanna be associated with that stuff .
Billie doesn't tell us that SHE doesn't "wanna be associated" with it, but that YOU don't want to. She also doesn't tell us that she wasn't associated with it.



Facing the disgust of the public and an abandonment of support, expect a quick plea.

Child protection advocates and animal welfare advocates join forces in their condemnation of child pornography and bestiality possession begging the question why Clint Dunn and family did not strongly condemn what police have found. Note that the experts on TV, including Marc Klaas did, without hesitation.

It is so vile that anything less than the strongest wording raises a red flag.

This may be the best strategy for the police to recover Hailey.

No one wants to go to prison on these charges, and face the wrath of other prisoners, and the scorn of society.

Expect a deal.

Expect a deal that is only made if the location of Hailey is included.


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PostSubject: Billie Dunn Backs Out of Web Chat   Tue Mar 01, 2011 4:39 pm

Billie Dunn Backs Out of Web Chat



There was no web chat with the mother of Hailey Dunn Monday evening as previously advertised. Thirty minutes before the web chat was set to begin, Billie Dunn backed out.

I think we’d all admit the move isn’t exactly shocking. It may be a little disappointing – but not entirely all that surprising.


When we originally planned this concept, we thought it would be a great way for many of the Dunn case followers from across the nation to conveniently get their questions answered by Hailey’s mother. The idea had harmless intentions.


Just a few days after announcing the chat, Mitchell County Sheriff Patrick Toombs released the information that child pornography and images depicting bestiality were found in the Dunn home. Billie accepted our request for an interview that day regarding the discovery. At the time, she discussed Monday’s web chat and seemed to indicate she was looking forward to it.


Hours later, she turned down HLN’s Nancy Grace – something that she’s never done before.


At some point thereafter, we found out was no longer appearing at Sunday’s rally in Mansfield.


It didn’t look like Billie Dunn was going to be the open book she once was….


However, she confirmed to KTAB’s Priscilla Luong on Monday afternoon that she was still on board for the web chat. Priscilla described her as tentative if not scared. Still, Priscilla reminded her that we had promoted the event and people were counting on it to happen.


Hours before the event was set to take place, hundreds of people were already in the chat room asking questions and throwing around theories. Admittedly, there were things in there that a grieving mother didn’t need to see. I took a call from a woman who asked how we planned to moderate the room. I told her we’d be removing comments and deleting users that didn’t remain respectful of the situation. Her response: so you’re going to kick everyone out?


At that point, we decided Billie didn’t need to look at the chat room during the course of the event. Maria Oliver, who you might remember from KRBC, would view all the questions and ask the relevant ones. Maria is very familiar with the case and would’ve done a good job. But, we wouldn’t get that far…


Maria stopped by the Dunn homes shortly after 4 p.m. to go over some ground rules for the chat and discuss exactly how things would take place. She tells me Billie came to the door and said she wasn’t going to take part in the chat. Billie said she was going out of town with relatives and she didn’t want them to have to wait on her. Billie quickly closed the door and went back inside the home.


Maria returned shortly thereafter in an attempt to get Billie to explain, on camera, why she pulled out of the event. This time, Billie didn’t come to the door.


I know people have already read into this – what does it mean? why did she really back out? what is she hiding? I can’t really blame her for backing out. If I were in her shoes, I might have done the same thing. However, I don’t think I would’ve agreed to it in the first place.


In the end, this doesn’t hold any significance in the much bigger picture of safely bringing Hailey home. You can label it another small surprise in what has been a case loaded with twists, turns, and sometimes stunning developments.


To those of you hoping to take part, our apologies for the inconvenience.


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PostSubject: Interviewing Shawn Adkins   Wed Mar 02, 2011 1:01 am

Tuesday, March 01, 2011


Interviewing Shawn Adkins




Interviewing is a skill that takes time to learn. It warrants study and practice on how to ask appropriate questions, learn to discern red flags on the fly, or as the interview progresses, and to listen intently for answers.

What if Tiffany Tatro had known about the child pornography found in the home of Billie Dunn and Shawn Adkins? Would it have impacted her questioning of Shawn Adkins?

Tatro, overall, did a good job in her interview. She also revealed her human side, which was refreshing to watch unfold.

Statement Analysis is used to discern veracity and deception, as well as priority. It is useful in asking follow up questions, which, as the interview progresses, is very difficult, as the Interviewer has but moments to decide the follow up question, where as in an investigatory interview, the Interviewer has the luxury of long pauses, something that media cannot do because of the audience.


TIFFANY TATRO: Did you have anything to do with Hailey’s disappearance, or do you know anything more?

Note that this is a compound question which allows the subject to choose which to answer. Because we do not know which Adkins is answering, we cannot properly analyze his answer. If this answer is from the question "do you know anything more?" is it appropriate, but if it is to "did you have anything to do with...?" it is not considered reliable as it is in the present tense.
ADKINS: No, M’am, I don’t.

TIFFANY TATRO: Can you give me a recap of the day Hailey went missing?

This is the same as "what happened?" or "tell me what happened" and is a good question. Technically, the interview should avoid introducing any language to the subject but "missing" is something that has already been discussed at length. This is a solid question to ask and it is vital that the interviewer pause to listen, flag any areas of sensitivity, and ask appropriate follow up questions in order to obtain the critical information from the subject.

SHAWN ADKINS:Yes, that morning I drove to work, I quit my job, turned in my belongings, and I didn’t speak to nobody at work.

Note:

1. "I drove to work" is first person singular, past tense and should be considered reliable. "drove to work" without the pronoun would be an example of unreliable.

2. "I quite my job"
3. "turned in my belongings"
4. "I didn't speak to nobody"

Note the order, which begins in what appears to be chronological order, which is to be expected. However, this is where we may note sensitivity when he tells us
1. what he did
2 what he did
3 what he did

4: What he didn't do.

Presented in the negative means that this topic is sensitive to Shawn Adkins.

Why?

It must be remembered that as he spoke, he was likely mindful of what he been released.

Police said he went to work, bought a soda, looked at his supervisor, and left without saying a word.

Here, he says he "quit" but that is not in agreement with the testimony of his employer.



I left work and stopped by at this residence and nobody was here.

"left" is an unnecessary connection and is sensitive. It is to be flagged for withheld information as it is 70% rushed, but 30$ withheld critical information. This time period is highly sensitive.

Note that he "stopped by" "this residence" which would indicate he was not here long.



So I continued going toward Sea City and I got on I-20 and went to Big Springs at my mother’s house.

He "continued toward" is a deviation from telling people where he actually went. This should be considered highly sensitive. He only went "towards" it, but this should not be interpreted; only heard.

Note "at" his mother's house, not "to". This small word may be considered a slip by some, but it is not. It is the word he used. The sentence "went to Big Springs AT my mother's house" should be considered sensitive by investigators.


I made calls on my cell phone to my mom letting her know I quit my job and everything.

Note "calls" is plural. This may be among his deletions when questioned by police. Did he need multiple calls to his mom to let her know he quit his job? Police likely spoke to his mother besides having the phone records which would show "calls". He does not say that he exclusively called his mother, so it is likely that "calls" include other calls than just his mother.

Did he call Billie Jean?

Note that to his mother he said he "quit" though he did not say this to Billie Jean



I got to my mom’s house that day

Note the use of wording making it sensitive: he "got" to his mother's house on "that" day. What other day might he be referencing? This is awkward.

Note that this answer should be in chronological order and anything out of chronological order should be highlighted for deception.



and got on the Internet

This will now be looked at through the lens of hindsight: child pornography and bestiality images.

It should be noted that out of 109,000 images, if police have concluded that 300 are of child pornography, it is likely that these are the ones that are confirmed to be real, and to have under aged children with confirmation; as they may be quite a large number more considered child pornography yet unproven.



looking up unemployment to see if I could get an unemployment check until I could get back on my feet and everything.

This reveals what type man he is: he could walk in, have a soda, quit, and expect unemployment. Note that he needed to "get back on his feet". Would this mean that 1 hour earlier, with a job, he was "on his feet"?

When someone needs to get "back on his feet" it usually is an indication that something rough has happened in life and they have a need to regain stability.

Since 1 hour previously, he had a job, what is it that caused such instability as to use a phrase like this?

That was my day and then I went home around 3:00 I guess.

Note that he gives detail, including phone calls in the time period close to 6:10AM (when he quit) but now wants to call it "a day" jumping over a period of time (highly sensitive) to reach 3PM, with only a weak assertion of "I guess." Let's look at his statement according to objective and subjective time for analysis.

1.
I drove to work. Let's assume it was 30 minutes to drive to work.
2. He got to work at 6AM and left by 6:10AM

He said, "
Yes, that morning I drove to work, I quit my job, turned in my belongings, and I didn’t speak to nobody at work"

It is now 6:10AM and he has covered approximately 40 minutes using 24 words <>

He then gave more details about where he stopped (this house) made phone calls, went on line to get unemployment money. We don't have a time period but it appears to be AM and can get an average by putting together time lines, including police affidavit and reports about cell phone pings.
(about pace: the average statement given to police is 1.5 pages long, and when asked to write about the day, averages about 3 lines per hour , called 3 LPH. When a statement goes below a pace of 1 LPH (skipping time) deception is generally present at that objective time. When a statement slows down to 9+LPH it indicates that deception is coming in a statement. See analysis on "Time" as this is an excellent tool for discerning deception. Note that some will measure Lines per Hour, where as others will measure words per hour WPH, but both tools are excellent to use and show the same results).

If he had used as many as 24 words in an hour, he then appeared to use

0 words used to describe the rest of the day until 3PM.

"that's his day" concluding at 3PM is strongly indicative that the "temporal lacunae" from late morning until 3PM is a time of deception. Why should his "day" conclude at 3PM?

His day ends at 3PM as from that point onward, the story of Hailey missing begins.

It is likely during this "missing gap" of time that Hailey was moved to her final destination. Prior analysis shows that she was likely already deceased prior to this and it may be that she was moved and was either in Scurry County, or passed through it during the skipped period of time.

This is why defense attorneys do not let their clients speak outloud. Even in a prepared statement we may find deception.

With this gap of time, we should expect that what now follows, is likely a fabrication:


Hailey was there watching TV in the living room.

Hailey was "there"; not "Hailey was home". The awkwardness of this statement is due to it not coming from memory, but fabrication. However, I suspect that in order to make this statement, Shawn Adkins is picturing a prior scene, in his mind, resulting in the awkward phrasing. It is not coming from truthful, experiential memory.

A commentator recently wrote that he/she attempted to think like the subject and guess what the subject would say.

Coming from a point of innocence, this is a good idea.

In Statement Analysis, we ask ourselves "how would I answer this question?".

For instance, if you were asked if you downloaded child pornogrpahy, it is fair for you to think, 'what would I say?' and you would likely say "No" or "no, I didn't" and feel an element of disgust.

Under no circumstances would you, an innocent, ever feel the need to say "under advice of attorney, I'm not going to comment". The vileness of child pornography needs to counsel from attorney, nor anyone else. It needs no verification.

What was Clint Dunn's relative thinking when he declined to condemn it? Did he want to see the imagery before he condemned it? Was he watching too many TV shows and thought he would imitate a sophisticated answer? His lack of pungent denial was concerning.

Ask yourself how you would answer a question, or how you would describe something. Would you say "Hailey was there" or something similar to "Hailey was home"?

Shawn is now, according to analysis, describing something that didn't take place in the time frame he wishes to portray. He is being deceptive.


I went into me and Billie’s bedroom
Note the uneasiness of the language in that he must not only tell us he went home, but what specific room he went into. Why does he feel the need to tell us what room in the house he went into? Note the awkward feel of what room he went into: not only does he need to give us the detail of what room he was in, but how he describes this room:
"me and Billie's bedroom"
This is where language shows rehearsal. It is rehearsed between Adkins and Billie Dunn, which is why it sounds cumbersome and does not flow with ease.
and she came in there
This is another unnecessary connection; it is not enough for him to say what she said, but that she must first enter the room, "me and Billie's bedroom"
and told me
Note that he doesn't tell us what she said, rather what she "told" which would indicate tension, as "told" is more authoritative then "said" or "asked". Note at this time new information:
Billie claims that she forbid Hailey from leaving the house that day.
she was going to her father’s house and that she was staying the night with a friend.
Note that we have information now that causes us to question this:
Shawn claimed that he "loved" her and that she "loved me with all her heart".
Billie Dunn had forbidden Hailey from leaving the home.
Given the deep "love" between the two, and the authoritative mandate from Billie not to leave the home, is it credible to portray the 13 year old child as not only crossing her mother but saying "I'm staying with "a" friend", something that older teens might do when they do not wish to reveal which friend they are staying at? This is where liars mess up: they are not working from memory and choose words quickly and even a single article, "a", can cause a problem.
Note that it is "a" friend, not "her" friend and not "Marybeth's". A little detail like this becomes significant.
Adkins is fabricating and repeating a rehearsed story that he and Billie have shared. When Billie gave the story to Nancy Grace, she owned it as her own.

Then she left and then I was there by myself
Note the weakness of the unnecessary language that further reveals rehearsal: "I was there by myself". Why is this necessary? This is the uneasiness of wording when deception is present.
This is lying.
for no more than an hour at the most and then David and a friend came over and they went to his room
That he was by himself in measured time is significant to him. This period of time, from his arrival at the home until David's arrival is sensitive. Police records may reveal why, but it may be that it was during this gap of time where he was alone, which he feels the need to emphasize, that he was likely doing something he doesn't wish to disclose:
was he revisiting via picture and or video what he had done to Hailey while abusing drugs?
Whatever it was, he had locked the door, and was not expecting to be interrupted. When David came in, he said that Shawn had "the deer in the headlights" look.
and they were playing video games and so forth.
Note that he skips over David having to break in.
Billie called me and told me that her relief got there and she was going to get to leave a little early so I was there in Snyder at the hospital to pick her up and then we came back and went to bed shortly after that.
We can return to measuring subjective time at this point. He gave description at 3PM (Hailey) and then description at 4PM (David/friend) and then at 5PM or so (picks up Billie) but even with likely preparation for this statement he still makes serious error by his jump to bed.
In analysis, "after that" would be coded for skip in time, but here, it is extreme. He picked up Billie (note the awkward language:
"so I was there, in Synder, at the hospital" sounds like a robot repeating what he had been told) got home and went to bed.
The skip of time is highly sensitive and it was likely sensitive between the two people involved: Billie Dunn and Shawn Adkins.
It is this period of time that things went "ugly" between Shawn Adkins and Billie Jean Dunn.

TIFFANY TATRO: And this whole time you were thinking that Hailey was at a friend’s house?
Note that the Interviewer did not ask what he was thinking, but actually gave him the words to affirm. This is something to be avoided in interviewing and comes through practice and training.

SHAWN ADKINS: Yes.

TIFFANY TATRO: About what time did she say she was leaving?

SHAWN ADKINS: You mean what time Hailey was leaving?

TIFFANY TATRO: Yes.

SHAWN ADKINS: I guess it was sometime between 3 and 3:30 when she said she was leaving. It was shortly after I got back earlier. I’m not quite sure about a time.
Note the emphasis in the change in language as Adkins enters the language of the interviewer.

TIFFANY TATRO: Does she normally call and check in every so often or is normal not to hear from her for so long?

SHAWN ADKINS: It’s pretty normal for her to not call because she usually does that though because when she does stay the night at a friend’s house she’ll be back the next morning.
Note the awkwardness that appears that he may not have expected the question and he enters into Tiffany Tatro's language. Interviewers must be careful how they pose questions as they may teach the subject how to lie.

That’s very common for her and if she goes to her dad’s she won’t call either because he’s right across the street from where Billie lives.
At the time of this interview, Billie had not added in that she had forbidden Hailey from leaving the house. This additional detail is why it is helpful for interviewers to ask the same questions as those who are deceptive struggle to keep track of their answers. This is most often seen in self-referencing:
"like I said" , "like I said before", "like I told police", "like I told the last interviewer" all indicate that the subject is not working from experiential memory, but from memory of a prior statement. Any self reference should be flagged by the Interviewer for follow up question, and, if possible, with a slight variation.

TIFFANY TATRO: You’re now saying you quit your job but originally you had said you got in a fight with your boss and was fired from your job.

SHAWN ADKINS: No, that was untrue too. I told investigators I quit my job but I told Billie that I got fired because I didn’t want her knowing that I quit my job because I was trying to keep it from her.
Note that this was untrue "too". What else was Shawn referring to that was also untrue? Note that he is not self-correcting but acknowledging that he got caught:

But investigators found out that I didn’t get fired because Billie had told them that originally and they brought that up to me and I was like, yeah, I quit my job for reasons and I didn’t tell Billie for fear it would cause a big fight and I didn’t want to ruin the peace that’s been happening for the past six months. I just wanted to keep the peace and try to find another job and then let her know.
"keep the peace" indicates the strife that had existed which may have been related to money (his job) and may suggest that Clint Dunn told the truth about Billie's cocaine purchase for the purpose of sale. Note his fear of a "big fight". Note that "peace" is repeated, meaning that "peace" is a sensitive topic. Had it been peaceful for 6 months, it would have likely not been so sensitive to him. Billie Jean's answers about their Christmas dinner show acute strife. Yet, by New Year's, it appears far more relaxed in the household, while Hailey was gone.

TIFFANY TATRO: Also according to the affidavit you had originally said that when you quit your job you went straight to Big Springs but then there were cell phone actual pings in Colorado City.
Here the interviewer jumps into a topic of controversy and should not be faulted for this, as she was likely aware that she was now on sensitive territory, having shown his prior deception and needed to get to another point of deception. This is a necessary point by Tiffany Tatro.
It is difficult to conduct a good interview, but Tiffany Tatro did not have the slower pace of an investigative interview, where she could slow down the subject, and use long pauses to her advantage.
She did a good job given the limitations she worked in. Some media do not send reporters to interview training.

SHAWN ADKINS: Well, that, the investigators asked me – they never asked which specific places I went.
Shawn here admits deception with the excuse, "they didn't ask me..."
This is an admission that he was deceptive when he said that he went from point A to point B, deliberatley withholding information about his stops.
It is likely that at one of these stops that Hailey will be found.
They asked where did you go Monday when Hailey supposedly disappeared? And I told them I went to Big Spring and that’s where I was at.
Note the change of language: he does not say "and that's where I went" but "that's where I was at" indicating that he was "at" someother locations too. This is a case where someone doesn't want to directly lie, but they do not want to give out the truth, either. He is caught here.
They didn’t ask which way did you go to your mom’s house or anything like that. They just asked where I was so they could verify that.
Note only has he admitted above that he went other places, but here he admits that he went other ways to his mother's house. Police must listen very carefully to his words. If they do, they can reduce the search areas.
Hailey is somewhere along these ways.
He faults police for what they didn't ask him.
He continues to taunt.
This is why Billie Jean Dunn must carefully consider, once arrested for child pornography, that Shawn Adkins is going to talk to police. He will talk. He will taunt. He will give them his smirk and they will get information from him.
Billie Jean Dunn may make a deal with prosecutors and give up Shawn Adkins and the location of Hailey in exchange for a reduced sentence in the child pornography. If she doesn't , Shawn will cause her much grief, even as he has, in telling police more than she wanted known.

TIFFANY TATRO: So you’re saying the affidavits, the majority of what we read in there is completely incorrect?
This allows Adkins to avoid any specifics.

SHAWN ADKINS: Yes, and there was another thing in the affidavits that I deleted messages off my phone, that was incorrect too. That never happened.
Note that Shawn Adkins wasn't asked about the phone deletions but offers it. This is critical.
Offered information is sensitive.
But, is he telling the truth?
Listen to what he said: "I deleted messages, that was incorrect" (note weakness).
This would lead the Interviewer to ask:
"What did you delete?"
Was it images that he deleted?
The material deleted is likely of high importance to police. Remember it was a police officer who swore in the affidavit that he made deletions on his phone; things that have been recovered by now, via subpoena.

TIFFANY TATRO: So have you, even Billie told me that you are not cooperating with police. If you have nothing to hide, if there isn’t anything there, why aren’t you cooperating with them?
Tiffany likely has emotional connections with Hailey being found and here she sounds like she wants an answer and challenges him:

SHAWN ADKINS: I cooperated with them at first
Note that he refused two polygraphs, was sent home stoned on the next, and then failed. This should be considered his understanding of "cooperation"
and then I just feel like I couldn’t trust the police anymore
"trust police anymore..." may be a reflection of things that had taken place where he was "one of the guys" and had told police things he thought he could 'trust' them with...like threatening Hailey's life; or buying drugs, etc. He sounds like he feels betrayed. Shawn is not intelligent, but prideful. His ego will cause Billie Dunn to cut a deal.
and that’s when I decided to get a lawyer and my lawyers told me to just lay low, keep quiet, and that’s what I did. And then today I’m supposed to talk to somebody from Colorado City – a law enforcement officer, I’m supposed to talk to the FBI today to clear up some more things.
Note that in deception, there is often a change of language. Here he says he is "supposed to" talk to the FBI to "clear up" some things: this is Shawn Adkins being deceptive. No attorney would allow such a thing. But note that it is not just logic that suggests deception, but his language. He changes from "lawyer" to "lawyers" and then changes from "law enforcement officer" to "FBI" . The change in language is because he is not speaking from memory. Shawn Adkins is not a bright liar.

TIFFANY TATRO: It’s understandable if your lawyer tells you that, it’s obvious that’s what you’re going to do. But coming from the point of a normal person, we’re all out here looking for Hailey. We all want the same thing. So if there’s anything you can do to help them or to help with the investigation, why wouldn’t you do it?
Note Tiffany's pronoun: she is emotionally connected to finding Hailey.

SHAWN ADKINS: I felt I gave them all the information I had which I really did. And like I said, I just felt like it was a witch hunt at the time and that they were just trying to pin it on somebody which was me and I didn’t want that happening so I just stopped talking to them.
Note that an honest person searches their memory incessantly looking for more helpful information. A deceptive person signals that they want questioning to end when they say "that's all I know" or "I told them everything" (see Misty Croslin)

TIFFANY TATRO: I know that a lot of people have said even on Nancy Grace that the story keeps changing and that it keeps going from one thing to another to another. The affidavits show that stories have changed. What do you say about that? Has your story changed at all?
Tiffany now no longer hides. She cares about Hailey. Good for Justice for Hailey that a reporter cares!

SHAWN ADKINS: If it has it’s because I remembered something and I let the investigators know. If that’s how they say my story’s changed then that’s how it changed. Because there’s been some things that I didn’t remember to tell them at the time and later I did remember and I told them. That’s how my story could have changed. But no, my story hasn’t changed other than that.
Note that "they" is not the Interviewer; Shawn is not listening well. Note that he uses "my story" in repetition. It is a "story" and not an "account" and he also, like Hailey's mother, takes ownership with the pronoun.

TIFFANY TATRO: You say your relationship with Hailey was completely fine but we know that when you had in the affidavits said something about Clint’s uncle said “Who could ever hurt a little girl?” You said something to the effect that “Yeah, it’s like killing a baby deer.” And according to those affidavits and the uncle you do also talk about killing baby deer all the time.

SHAWN ADKINS: That’s incorrect too. I had a talk with that uncle and he said he never said that either. And I never said that. I love animals, I wouldn’t hurt animals either.
Note that it is "incorrect", which is soft language. Note that he had "a talk" with "that" (distance) uncle. The uncle "said", which is softer language, but it was Shawn who had a "talk". Note how this sounds in light of the bestiality images and his own video:
"I love animals" he said, but then he adds the additional words that betray him in the negative:
"I would never hurt animals either" as he anticipates what people were going to say when the inevitable release of information hits and people learn what he and Billie were into. These words are haunting.
Many child molestors say that they do not "harm" children.

TIFFANY TATRO: So basically it seems like everything you’re saying completely contradicts the affidavits. So everything the police used to obtain their warrants, to build their case, is completely inaccurate?
No matter how off she may be in terms of an interview, it is hard not to cheer for her, as she cares about justice.

SHAWN ADKINS: Absolutely, it is. Cause like I said, I’ve sat down and looked through that affidavit and a lot of things are incorrect. Some of it is but a lot of it isn’t.
Note the self reference, "like I said" and that he not only "sat down" (tension) but "looked through" not read the affidavit. Note the admission that some is not incorrect.TIFFANY TATRO: If it’s incorrect how were they able to obtain their warrants?

SHAWN ADKINS: I have no clue, I really don’t.
This is why listening and using pauses helps, though Shawn doesn't need pauses: He adds words in to "I have no clue" which weakens his assertion:
He knows what it is they have and what it is they used to get a search warrant and he knew (at the time of this interview) that thousands and thousands of disgusting images would be found.

TIFFANY TATRO: Now all signs are kind of pointing to you right now. What do you say about that?
Note that Tiffany is now interrogating him! An interrogation is an interview that includes accusations of guilt.

SHAWN ADKINS: Um, I’m going to just do my best to get the focus back on Hailey and off of me. You know, like I said I have nothing to hide. I was just advised by my lawyers to do what I’ve been doing and now I’m going to talk and get everything cleared up about me so they can get back to looking for Hailey.
Note what he says: he is going to do his best, not only to get the focus back on Hailey, but he tells us all that he is going to do his best to get the focus off of him.
thus far, his best isn't good enough, as arrests should come soon.

TIFFANY TATRO: Shawn, do you know anything about Hailey’s disappearance?

SHAWN ADKINS: No I don’t.

TIFFANY TATRO: And could you or did you hurt Hailey in any way?
the compound question! Tiffany gets slack cut for being so caring about Hailey.

SHAWN ADKINS: No I didn’t.

TIFFANY TATRO: And when people say that’s something that you would do, that it’s in your mind-frame to do that kind of thing, what do you say to that?

SHAWN ADKINS: I’m just thinking that people want somebody to blame and they’re going to blame me.

TIFFANY TATRO: Can you see why people would point their finger at you?

SHAWN ADKINS: I can have an idea but I just think it’s unfair because this could happen to anybody, what’s happening to me. And how would they feel if they were in my shoes? That’s just how I feel.
Note that he accepts that he can be blamed, something innocents cannot do. This sounded like Tiffany Hartley "understanding" why people would think she killed or had David Hartley killed. Innocents reject it strongly and out of hand.

TIFFANY TATRO: What do you really want people to know?

SHAWN ADKINS: That I’m not a monster like all the people made me out to be. I’m just a regular guy and I love my girlfriend and I love Hailey and David. I would never do anything to hurt her nor him or anybody. And I just want all of this to be over with and Hailey home so we can go on with our lives.
Question: Who would want people to think they are normal?
Answer: the abnormal.
Question: who would want others to think he is not a monster?
Answer: a monster

TIFFANY TATRO: Last question and I won’t ask again. If you knew anything about Hailey’s disappearance and you are not telling police, to find Hailey would you come forward and give them the information?

SHAWN ADKINS: Yes I would, if I had any knowledge of her whereabouts I would definitely come forward and tell them.

TIFFANY TATRO: We’ve seen a lot of videos. We’ve seen a lot of things, we have. We’ve seen videos, we’ve heard all kinds of things. Can you talk to me about the videos where we saw you dressed in a mask acting like a serial killer from a horror movie. Can you tell me about that?

Given the release of the child pornography and animal abuse, what would be going through Shawn Adkin's mind. He knows police have his computer and Billie's memory stick. Although Tiffany is introducing language and asking complicated questions, she shows enough in this short interview to suggest she work as an investigator. She is inquisitive and cares.

SHAWN ADKINS: Yeah, I took those pictures for Halloween. It was me and a family member taking those pictures and it was simply for Halloween. I don’t dress up like that every day. Like I said, you know, I like horror movies and I collect horror movie memorabilia and I don’t see the difference in me collecting that than someone collecting Star Wars memorabilia or anything else. It’s just a hobby.
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DEVIANT IMAGES.

TIFFANY TATRO: Also from the affidavits we know there were a lot of printouts on serial killers, on disappearances and that type of thing. What is the fascination of that?

SHAWN ADKINS: Well, me and Billie, it’s just something that catches our attention and nothing more. It’s not like an obsession or anything like that. It’s just something that we like to read upon. We watch Nancy Grace as well and other shows too. Just something that we’re interested in.

TIFFANY TATRO: Now that interest, a lot of people would say, would give you the knowledge, the how-to on how to make somebody disappear or how to execute a murder or something like that. What do you say to that?
Note that here Tiffany Tatro entered into HIS language. Excellent.

SHAWN ADKINS: It’s just what people think but I know myself that I would never do nothing like that. That’s not why I look at stuff like that or why I watch horror movies.

TIFFANY TATRO: So now let’s just kind of go back to the mask and everything. A lot of people would say that that reflects on your character and the type of person you are even if it was, say Halloween, I mean it’s kind of odd. You have to admit it’s a little bit odd. I mean people are going to draw their conclusions. Would you say it does reflect on your character?

SHAWN ADKINS: I wouldn’t say it does at all. Uh, there’s plenty of my friends that I talk to on the Internet that they’re into the same thing and they take pictures like they found of me – they take pictures like that every day. And I don’t think there’s anything wrong with that. That’s just who they are. And I’m not like that though. Those pictures that they found of me, those were from around Halloween. I took those with a family member
He tells us what he is "not" like; and note that this wasn't Halloween, it was "around" Halloween. He is a grown man scaring children with a mask because it sexually arouses him to scare, harm, destroy, and see blood. He is what he denies: a monster.

Adkins on relationship with Dunns


TIFFANY TATRO: What’s life been like for you, what have you been up to?

SHAWN ADKINS: It’s been mainly staying quiet, you know, staying out of the limelight since a lot of negative things are being said about me. I’m just trying my hardest not to let it get to me although it does sometimes. I’m just … the number one thing I’m just really trying to keep hope that we’ll bring Hailey home one day.
Note "limelight" is how he (and Billie, according to Dr. Glass) view the attention THEY have recieved.

TIFFANY TATRO: Are you still hopeful that she’s going to be brought back?

SHAWN ADKINS: Absolutely.

TIFFANY TATRO: Tell me a little about what’s it’s been like for you this past almost two months now.
This now moves the topic away from Hailey and onto his life, post Hailey. Hailey left the language long before and was not present in his description of his day since the time he got home. Now, he is talking about his life, and what he faces in the future. For the innocent, the sensitivity is the missing child; but for the guilty, the sensitivity is the anxiety of the unknown: will he go to prison? Will he suffer? What about the child porn? We now expect to see an increase in anxiety as the cocky attitude and smirk wears off, and fear begins:

SHAWN ADKINS: It’s been a little chaotic you know. People have drove by this residence and screamed obscenities to me and it’s been really hard. I’m just tired of, you know, you know, staying behind closed doors. I just ready to get back out there and live my life normally again.
1. Little chaotic.
2. Note the entrance of "you know, you know". This is highly significant.
It is not his habit, as it now enters and shows that he is acutely aware of Tiffany's presence, and the repetition shows anxiety increasing.
3. Note closed doors includes "doors" in his language that suggests that he may have been sexually molested as a child. Investigators should explore his past and learn of acts of cruelty to animals. They will likely find testimony of both in abundance.
4. Note that screaming at him is "really hard". Shawn does not like this and he is anxious. He has likely considered what is done to child molestors and child killers in prison (and those who possess child pornography). He is a large, intimidating man, who loves to scare others, yet people only driving by yelling are scaring him. This may be a foretaste for him, of what he is going to experience in prison and is likely increasing his fear.
5. "get back out there" shows fear that he must conquer like falling off a bike and getting back on it.
Shawn Adkins lives in fear.
He is fearful of others (he tries to block out the negative things said about him) and fears what is going to be done to him in prison. He is used to intimidating others but here we see his real fear.
Shawn Adkins fears what will become of him in prison as a possessor of child pornography and, perhaps, if he is convicted in the death of Hailey.
Likely, Billie Jean Dunn and Shawn Adkins will both face many charges before this case is over.

TIFFANY TATRO: Is that why you decided to do this interview today?

SHAWN ADKINS: Yes.

TIFFANY TATRO: What is the main thing you want people to know?

SHAWN ADKINS: One thing I want them to know is that I have nothing to do with Hailey’s disappearance. I love Hailey with all my heart and she means a lot to me. Even though I’ve known her for only two-and-a-half years. I would never do nothing to her. Like I said I just hope for her safe return.
Note that he says "I have nothing to do with Hailey's disappearance". His words are chosen in less than a microsecond. "have" is present tense. It is unreliable for a denial, but highly reliable from the point of Statement Analysis. This is an indication that he knows he is watched and cannot, presently, have anything to do with moving her body. It is present tense, and not past tense; something a child as young as 3 years of age understands, and that all children 5 and up, grasp.

He "would never" do anything but cannot say that he "didn't do anything" because lying causes internal stress and is avoided where it can be, even by deceptive people.

TIFFANY TATRO: You know this is the type of situation here where it is common in disappearance, you know, in a lot of cases it is the boyfriend that gets blamed, and in a lot of cases it actually is the boyfriend that had something to do with it. Do you think that it’s a stereo-typing that’s going on or do you think that there’s an actual reason?
She gives him the word to use. Training helps this a great deal and teaches the interviewer to extract the maximum amount of information from the subject in the shortest time.

SHAWN ADKINS: I feel like it’s a stereotype. My main thought on it is that it’s a witch hunt because I’ve been watching a lot of different shows and they’ve been so focused on me and I just feel they push Hailey to the side because they’ve been so focused on me. A lot of people feel that way too and, yeah, that’s how I feel about that.
Even though she gave him "sterotype"note the imagery that Shawn Adkins, the wearer of scary masks introduces with the word "witchhunt". This is significant from the man who not only wears monster masks and claims not to be a monster, but who has blood lust videos made. Since it is their hobby, it is likely that Billie Jean is on some of his videos as well.
is Hailey on any of those home-made videos?

TIFFANY TATRO: Why do you think you’re being looked at as a suspect?

SHAWN ADKINS: Mainly because I was the last one to see her and because of my polygraph results. Those are the two main things that I can think of.
Note his wording: how many polygraphs did he take? It is likely that he considers his walk outs, and his drugged disqualification as signals of guilt.

TIFFANY TATRO: Let’s talk a little about the polygraph. Now you have openly said, and Billie has said that the two of you both failed those. Do you think that that means and why haven’t you taken another one?

SHAWN ADKINS: I haven’t taken another one because they haven’t asked me to take another one and my lawyers have been pretty persistent on me just staying quiet until everything dies down. And then, like I said, I just felt like things have died down enough to where I can put my word out there.

Note the highly significant change of language that has likely upset his lawyers:
they told him to be quiet, which he hasn't. Note that he uses the word "dies" and "died" in regards to the suspicions of him.
This is not something his attorney would approve of.
TIFFANY TATRO: A lot of her friends have told us that she [Hailey] was actually afraid of you, that she felt uncomfortable with you in the house. Tell me – why are they saying that?

SHAWN ADKINS: I have no clue why they would say that. Cuz me and Hailey, I mean her mom and her brother can also say that me and Hailey got along fine.
not that 'me and Hailey get along fine'
We always joked around with each other. Sure, at first when me and her mother started dating, she didn’t really like me because she felt like I was taking her dad’s place. I told her one day “Hailey, I’m just here to be your friend. Not your dad, nothing more.” Ever since we had that talk we got along just fine.
It may be that these words were spoken, and in context of what we know now, frightening words of grooming?
Grooming is done slowly and carefully. He told her he wasn't her "dad" but her "friend", which sounds nice, but removes the taboo of incest. Then, did he slowly introduce her to pornography, and then drugs, in order to weaken her resistance? Did he then show her more and more intense material to view? This is what those who are sexually aroused by child pornography do to their victims, gain their friendship and trust, and slowly erode the natural God given defenses. He is "friend" to Hailey but quickly changes to contrast his relationship with Hailey, to his relationship with the adult:

Me and Billie had a rocky relationship but you know,
He is nervous as this point
we’d always work things out and I don’t know if Hailey or David witnessed any of it, they might have,
he tells us what he doesn't know: David has likely told police plenty and we will probably hear more about this as part of Billie Jean's defense strategy

but you know like I said me and Billie have had a rocky relationship but over the past six months me and Billie had a fantastic relationship.

TIFFANY TATRO: So that frustration from your fights with Billie, was that never taken out on Hailey or anything?

SHAWN ADKINS: Never.

TIFFANY TATRO: Any words or anything ever said to her?

SHAWN ADKINS: Never.

TIFFANY TATRO: So now let’s kind of – first of all – let’s talk about Hailey. You said there’s never been anything that’s been taken out on her but yet back to the affidavits you admitted that there was a threat made to Billie and to Hailey.

SHAWN ADKINS: Uh, no, uh, no, those affidavits. I read those and that was incorrect. I never made any threats towards Hailey, it was just towards Billie.

TIFFANY TATRO: So you’re saying the affidavits are incorrect.

SHAWN ADKINS: Absolutely.

TIFFANY TATRO: There’s a lot in those affidavits and you’re saying the threatening, the threats – even Billie admitted in the affidavits that the threats were made. You’re saying that’s not true at all?
Tiffany seeks to pin him down to a specific threat and also is likely aware that he has not made strong denials, using the word "incorrect" repeatedly.

SHAWN ADKINS: No, just me threatening Billie. That was true. I never threatened, I never said I threatened Hailey as well.
the broken sentence shows that he is under stress and it is about threatening Hailey. He stopped himself and is withholding information.
Note that in statement analysis, "never" is not a strong denial in and of itself and should not be interpreted as "no"

TIFFANY TATRO: Tell me a little about those 911 calls that were released.

SHAWN ADKINS: Those were made probably like a year-and-a-half ago. Me and Billie were split up but, you know, we still had feelings for each other but a lot of things were just not working out. Things got bad sometimes and that was one of those times that got bad.

TIFFANY TATRO: Now in the 911 calls one of those was released. Billie said you were going to go to her house and that she wanted an officer there because she didn’t trust you to be in her house when David was there. So if she wasn’t trusting, there had to be a reason why she didn’t want you there when she wasn’t there.

SHAWN ADKINS: David wasn’t there. She didn’t want me going over there to get my stuff without her being there. I was just wanting to pick up some of my belongings so that’s why she didn’t want me over there. Because she was afraid that I would take something that I wasn’t supposed to, so.
Is this when he took Billie's cocaine?

TIFFANY TATRO: What else can you tell me about those 911 calls? The ones where Billie said she was going to kill herself. Tell me a little more about those.

SHAWN ADKINS: Billie and I were having problems. That was the same day, I do believe, we were just having problems and I just felt like Billie was going to harm herself. I just felt obligated to call the police and let them know. Maybe do a welfare check because I was worried about her.
Note that he only felt "obligated" (he uses the word "just" showing reduction). This is a likely indicator that he did this to get back at her and that she was not suicidal.

TIFFANY TATRO: Was this a common thing in the house?

SHAWN ADKINS: No, that was just the worst of the worst there. Billie, she wasn’t living at her house at the time. You know, we were just going through a lot of hardships.

TIFFANY TATRO: I know interviewing people out here a lot of them won’t even talk to me because they’re afraid of what you’re going to do to them.

SHAWN ADKINS: Uh, huh.

TIFFANY TATRO: Why are people so afraid of you right now?

Adkins: I guess because of what they’ve heard on Nancy Grace, that they’ve heard on affidavits. But those are people who don’t even know me and don’t know I wouldn’t do anything to them or to anybody.
These are words that reveal that Shawn Adkins poses a threat to others. He is a man who enjoys in a perverse manner, the fear of others. This one sentence "I wouldn't do anything to them" is in reference to "them" who heard the Nancy Grace Show or read the affidavits; that is, the general public.
Question: Who would feel the need to tell the public that he would not harm the general public?
Answer: someone who is a danger.
Would you feel that you should tell everyone that you won't hurt them? Adkins is a bully. The police have likely heard stories, even from childhood friends, of his cruelty to pets and other kids. He enjoys scaring others and gets a sexual thrill from harming others, especially children.
Child pornography strikes out at the innocence of a child.
For those who quote the Bible to condemn anyone who dares speak against Billie Dunn or Shawn Adkins:
"better to tie a rock around their neck and cast it into the sea, then to harm one of these little ones" is a Scripture they might want to consider before seeking to silence others by misquoting Scripture about judging.

So nobody has nothing to worry about,
He is telling the public that they have nothing to worry about?? Does he really think the world fears him? Who, in particular, is he addressing in this veiled threat?
I don’t hold grudges against anybody despite what’s being said about me.
It is a veiled threat against those who have said things against him. He wants "them" to know he doesn't hold grudges? This is a man used to bullying others into submission and getting his way.
I know that sooner or later all of this will blow over and life will go on.
"Blow over"?? A child is missing, you've failed a polygraph, and now we learn you were into child pornography, bestiality, and violence, and it will just "blow over"? No, Adkins, it won't.
Shawn Adkins is going to take this attitude into prison and will not last.
And by the way, just in case in all of this getting back to normal in his life, he has been coached to say one more thing as an afterthought:
I’d just like to say something to Hailey if she’s out here watching. “Hailey, I hope you come home safe really soon. You’ve been gone for way too long and we just really all miss you and we all love you.”
Note the change of pronoun shows deception: "I, I, we, we".
He is not speaking to a living person and he knows it. This is why deception is present.
This won't blow over and it won't be done until Hailey has been found, and justice has been served, not only for Hailey, but for ever single child who's life was destroyed in the making of those vile images, and every child ever hurt by men possessing those images, and every animal that was harmed in the abusive bestiality images. When you and your partner have paid for all that you have done here on earth, it will mean that it hasn't even begun to "blow over".
Perhaps their defenders who like to quote Scripture can take a peek and learn just why it would have been better to use the rock in the water than to face eternal justice for harming a child.





If someone wants to weep, weep for Hailey and all the other lives destroyed by men who take "pleasure" in child pornography.

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PostSubject: Hailey Dunn's School Begins Scholarship Fund   Wed Mar 02, 2011 10:25 pm

Hailey Dunn's School Begins Scholarship Fund

Reported by: Laura Kellerman
Wednesday, March 02 2011



Colorado Middle School is starting a scholarship fund in 13-year old Hailey Dunn's name.

Administrators say all the funds raised from the sale of $2 "Hope for Hailey" bracelets will go toward the scholarship.

Kristy Lloyd, a counselor at the middle school says while police will need to focus on the aftermath of the Mitchell County complex fire, the school and volunteers in the search for Hailey Dunn will keep looking.

Another search event is planned for Saturday. Searchers will meet at 9 a.m. in the 100 block of Walnut Street in Colorado City.

Hailey Dunn was last seen at her home on Dec. 27.
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PostSubject: Announcements: Show Schedule Tonight   Wed Mar 02, 2011 10:29 pm

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Announcements: Show Schedule Tonight





Update on case of missing 13 year old Hailey Dunn:

Reports on Facebook say that the Grand Jury will convene in about 3 weeks, to hear the case, yet to be announced, of possession of child pornography against Billie Dunn and Shawn Adkins. This yet to be confirmed and we will update.

Another report that claimed a source close to the investigation says that the child pornography images contain children 10 years of age. This is also unconfirmed at this time.

Analysis of Shawn Akin's reaction to Grand Jury indictment up shortly.

Radio Schedule:

Programs:

Peter Hyatt will be on the Dr. Roth Show, tonight at 7PM and on
The Levi Page Show, tonight at 9PM

http://murphymilanojournal.blogspot.com/2011/03/roth-show-with-susan-murphy-milano-and.html
Levi Page Show including prosecutor Donna Pendergast

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/levipage


See also:

http://imaginepublicity.com/2011/03/02/the-roth-show-looks-at-susan-powell-missing-persons-case/

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PostSubject: Shawn Adkins: Endgame of Suicide?   Wed Mar 02, 2011 10:32 pm

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Shawn Adkins: Endgame of Suicide?




by Peter Hyatt

Note the following is speculation based upon statements, police affidavit, news articles. No one has been charged and all parties are presumed innocent until proven guilty. This article may not be reposted without the permission of the author.

Investigators have worked carefully and quietly on the case of missing 13 year old, Hailey Dunn, from Colorado City, Texas.


Their lack of public commenting should not be misinterpreting as ineptitude or weakness.

The fact that they had to conduct a computer post mortem that yielded more than 100,000 deviant images itself is a daunting task. (The volume of material also shows the high number of hours, likely measured in months, that it took to locate, purchase, and download the vile material, which is something that a jury would hear from expert testimony, destroying the commonly used defense strategy of claiming ignorance).

Who is Shawn Adkins?

What have we learned from his statements?

Are we able to predict an outcome for him and for the mother, Billie Jean Dunn?

Billie Jean Dunn, mother of missing teen, Hailey, appeared on national television several times. The analysis of her interviews has concluded:

Deception.

In fact, the analysis of her interviews confirms the results of the police polygraph. What once was considered controversial by some, now, after the release of the police affidavit and the disclosure of more than 109,000 deviant images, is now accepted.

Billie Jean Dunn first appeared on The Nancy Grace Show in early January and was hailed by guests and experts as a caring and courageous mother.
Statement Analysis, published the morning after her appearance, said otherwise. This is why listening carefully to what is said is vital to gaining truth.

In dispute are the facts as reported by Billie Dunn and Shawn Adkins, mother and live in boyfriend, versus the facts as reported by the police affidavit.

Who is telling the truth?
Statement Analysis gets to the truth.

Statement Analysis of the interviews of Billie Jean Dunn and Shawn Adkins shows specific deception and confirms the police affidavit; specifically alerting upon deceptive withholding of information by Dunn and Adkins with regards to several facts.

Statement Analysis has shown deception by Billie Jean Dunn in the following areas:

1. Billie Jean Dunn has indicated linguistically, that Hailey is deceased.

When the mother of a missing child speaks in the past tense of her child, it is an indication that the child is deceased. This was clearly exampled by such cases as Susan Smith and Casey Anthony.


2. Billie Jean Dunn was deceptive about her and Shawn Adkin's obsession with deviant material. Her minimizing language was seen to be deceptive when the Freedom of Information Act caused police to release that they have found Child Pornography and Bestiality not only on the computer at Shawn Akin's mother's home, but upon the memory stick found in Billie Jean Dunn's bedroom.


3. Billie Jean Dunn was deceptive about her account of Hailey's disappearance. The story of her leaving for a sleep over at a friend's home is deceptive, as is her claims that Hailey was seen by neighbors.


4. Billie Jean Dunn was deceptive about a myriad of details including her own substance abuse and negligent life style. Her behavior included such things as refusing to search for Hailey, seeking money, hosting a New Year's Eve party, and overall negligence of her children. Her acute drug abuse was highlighted by her estranged husband, who reported such things as Billie Dunn burning her son's back with the initials "UFC" and "Tapout"; purchasing cocaine for resale, working as a stripper, inflaming Shawn Adkin's violent temper.

In short, she has been deceptive from the beginning, including her relationship with Shawn Adkins, and her portrayal of Adkins as a loving 'friend' to Hailey.

Statement Analysis concluded weeks ago that Shawn Adkins was aroused by 'blood lust', that is, the infliction of pain, fright, horror, upon humans and animals. The police report far exceeded this with the finding of child pornography and bestiality in the home of Billie Dunn and Shawn Adkins.

Adkins recent interview, taken with other statements he has made, can be combined with police records to draw up a profile of what he is like, which may allow insight into his 'endgame', or, the conclusion of the matter.

This is what has come to appear, through the above information regarding Adkins:

1. He is sexually aroused by children.

Child pornography is bought, sold, and traded, for the purpose of sexual gratification by the deviant observer.

It is an assault against innocence. It is the ultimate horror and degradation of a human being. Science is only beginning to understand its impact.

Even when a child is not "physically harmed" by sexual abuse, the impact upon the child is lifetime.

The perpetrator sentences the child to a lifetime of suffering.

Child pornography victimizes the children in the imagery, and all the future children molested by those who have had their sexual appetites increased by the vile material.

Child pornography is a threat to everyone in society.

A man who is sexually aroused like this is a threat to children everywhere, and if successful will ruin a child's life, as well as the lives of the child's family, and who's impact for evil can be generational.

If this, alone is not bad enough:

2. He is a man who is aroused by violence.

This is indicated in his own video, as well as the descriptions of killing a baby deer, and seen in the 'smirk' given to the cameras.

His recent interviewed showed that he enjoys frightening people. He wanted the world to know that they didn't need to fear him as he didn't "hold grudges."

What kind of man has a need to tell the world that need not fear him?

A man who knows he poses such a threat and who enjoys the vaunted status of, what he calls, "the limelight."

The combination of sexual attraction to children and the love of bloodlust, inflicting harm upon humans and animals is the most frightening of all to parents everywhere.

3. Childhood Abuse

In open statements, there are linguistic indicators that may point to childhood abuse. For example, when an adult refers to himself or herself as a "child" when talking about younger years, it is a linguistic indicator that he or she may have been abused in childhood, possibly sexual abuse. Notable exceptions may be teachers, nurses, doctors, social workers, and others who's work has brought them into close proximity of abused children.

But there are other indicators which, in and of themselves, are not proofs, but indicators for skilled interviewers to follow with questioning. This is evident in both adult and child interviews:

a. References to water.
b. References to light.
c. References to doors.
d. References to coverings, such as blankets, towels, etc. (this can also be an indication of post traumatic stress symptoms from veterans).

In an open statement, references to water, especially when an investigation is being conducted on a sex crime, is important. If the subject, for example, writes or says, "I stopped at the rest room to use the bathroom, washed my hands, got gas, and got back on the highway" we must note that it was important enough to the subject to mention the washing of the hands, so it must be explored.

Most people wash their hands after using the bathroom; yet few feel the need to report this in an open statement. It is often indicative of the time of the sexual assault.

The mentioning of water should always be highlighted for follow up questions, whether it is showering, bathing, washing, laundry, and so on, as the interviewer must recognize that although these are things we all do, only rarely will a subject feel the necessity of mentioning it.

b. Light. Light, energy, turning on the lights, turning off the lights, when entering a statement is found to be connected to sexual activity.

Very few subjects feel the need to tell us that they turned off the light before going to bed. It is something we all do, but when it is mentioned, it is often associated with sex, with the light turning off sometimes in the negative (rejection, sexual dysfunction).

c. Doors. This is particularly found in child interviews where a child may suddenly blurt it out, sometimes showing anxiety with the "door opening" and sometimes showing relief when the door is "closed." It is also something that slips into the language of adults who were sexually abused as children.

d. Coverings. "I got out of the shower and dried off with a towel..." telling us about the towel is unnecessary information, which, in Statement Analysis, means it is doubly important. This has also been associated with abuse, though it has been found in statements of war veterans exposed to combat. The covering may be a towel, or a blanket, or anything else, with the emphasis on 'covering' or 'protection', just as washing can be associated with the desire to 'wash off'' the assault, or 'wash away' the guilt.

Adkins has given a linguistic indicator that he may have been the victim of sexual assault as a child, which is not at all surprising given his need to scare others and his other deviant behaviors.

Very few sexual assault victims develop this pathology and victimize others.

Almost all perpetrators of sexual assault were victimized in childhood.

Now add in drugs:

This leads to the final point:

Adkins is a highly fearful man, violent, deviant, and under the influence:

Adkins is so afraid that he needs to frighten, control, humiliate and destroy others around him, going as far as wearing a scary mask. The mask is a masquerade of his own fears. He is terrified out of his mind and inflicts terror upon others as a defense.

Adkins cannot go to prison for child pornography or for the death of Hailey Dunn.

He is far more afraid than others; his fear and anxiety is acute, and he knows what awaits those in prison who are offenders against children.

Adkins may take his own life. He may not be able face the terror of other prisoners targeting him. It is likely more than he can bear.

Police should be aware that once charges are formally announced, he becomes a lethal threat, posing the risk of suicide by police where he forces them, under his own threat, to shoot him, allowing him to bask, one more time, in what he perceives as the "limelight" in life.

In his words, this is something that would be, indeed, "memorable" and put him in the position of 'hero' like those serial killers he collects memorabilia of, and so admires.

He taunts the police with "you should be looking at me and Billie Jean" when investigating Hailey's disappearance.

He is both bold and fearful. He is egotistical, and ignorant.
He is juvenile and immature, he is also physically large, strong, with rage, who once threatened the lives of a woman and a child.
His mind has been assaulted by substance abuse and child pornography.

With over 100,000 images to work with, investigators will likely only present a small fraction of those; ones in which they are able to prove are not only actual pictures (not computer generated) but also where the age of the children can not be disputed (pre pubescent).

Out of the 100,000 images, if they present only 1% of the files for charges it would mean 100 indisputable images of pre pubescent children engaging in sexual activity, with each image representing a minimum of a 2 year sentence, up to 20 years max, which means that Shawn Adkins and Billie Dunn could face anywhere between a minimum of 200 years and a maximum of 2000 years in prison.

Even with a plea bargain (which would have to include the location of Hailey by either Billie Dunn or Shawn Adkins), reducing the sentence by 90%, they would still face years in imprisonment.

Billie would need to cut a major deal for a shorter sentence, and hope for protective custody, but Shawn Adkins would likely be unable to face the prison population as a child pornography possessor: the fear would drive him into madness, and, the real possibility, of suicide.

How?

Suicide by police would be fearful to him, yet would allow him to go down "in the limelight" whereas private suicide would spare him the fear of the showdown, but rob him of becoming 'immortal' like the "heroes" he obsesses over.

Either way, if Shawn Adkins is charged with possession, suicide is a real possibility.

If Billie Dunn is charged, I think a deal will be done in short order, with the recovery of Hailey front and center.


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PostSubject: Billie Dunn Tells of Break Up With Shawn on Blog Talk Radio   Wed Mar 02, 2011 10:37 pm

Wednesday, March 02, 2011


Billie Dunn Tells of Break Up With Shawn On BlogTalkRadio




editing...
Step One in the foot race to see who makes a deal was taken by Billie Dunn.

We can expect Billie Dunn to make a deal, very quickly, with prosecutors, as she spoke without an attorney and likely made incriminating statements that will be used against her.

It appears that the release of information regarding child pornography and bestiality have brought things to the surface for the mother of missing 13 year old, Hailey Dunn, as she admitted viewing an image of child pornography and bestiality, that was found on the memory stick in her bedroom.

This admission, alone, could bring her a 2 year to 10 year sentence.

It is likely that Billie Dunn, once she has an attorney, will not speak publicly again.

She said that she has broken up with live in boyfriend, Shawn Adkins, of whom she said she cannot be "100% sure he is innocent"
and that the child pornography belonged to him.

She reported that he has been cheating on her, and that there were reports that he sent naked pictures of himself online.

Billie Dunn also spoke of Hailey in the past tense.

"she wasn't sexually promiscious" she said to the interivewers on Blog Talk Radio.

"Did Hailey have trouble breathing?"

"No" she said, but she did not ask the host why she asked such a question. It likely hit a sensitive spot for her, as the silence was left to allow Billie Dunn to speak.

She didn't.

Without an attorney, she has implicated herself in the child pornography possession and denied knowing "really" anything about the Grand Jury that is to be convened March 24th.

"I'm not 100% sure he is innocent"

She is beginning to roll over on him.


She had either seen or heard about one of Shawn Adkin's love interests and said,
"the girl is bragging, have at it".

Billie was asked to walk the host through the day that Shawn quit her job.

She withheld information from the time she left work until she got home, and ended her "day" without touching upon the evening.

We will need transcripts but there were some past tense references, some dropped pronouns, and the question about painting her house was sensitive as she answered it with a question.

The host attempted to portray web sites that cover the case in a negative light saying that one reported that she had spoken of birth control to her child, and seemed surprised to learn that the bad web sites were accurate as Billie said, "I did talk to her about birth control."


The host asked:

"do you know what he did with his uniform?"

he says he turns them in" Billie said, but the verb tense "turns them in" wasn't caught.

Who did he turn his work gear into?

he says that he left it in his locker at work but thats just what shawn says who knows?

Why did you paint your living room?

Why does anyone aint their living room for one? Its my living room."She called it "therapeutic"

Note: sensitivity

When did you paint it?

"recently. Just a couple weeks ago."

Why did you ask Hailey to stay home that day?

A "I didn't ask her to stay home, but she knew..."
this is another change in story.

editing....





editing....

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PostSubject: Billie Dunn: "Living Room Couch: Where Living Breathing Hailey Wasn't"   Thu Mar 03, 2011 9:08 am

Billie Dunn: "Living Room Couch: Where Living Breathing Hailey Wasn't"






Billie Dunn wants only searchers who will look for a "living, breathing Hailey" to search for her missing 13 year old daughter.

We understand why.


in what will likely prove a race to make a deal, Billie Dunn, sans attorney, admitted viewing child pornography at her home.

Regardless of its portrayal, this is an admission and the tape of the show is likley already in the hands of prosecutors.

Please note:

Statement Analysis had concluded the "hobby" of Billie Dunn and Shawn Adkins was an obsession, and that among the items confiscated by police that Billie Dunn categorized as "true crime" material that was "read", but Shawn Adkins says it was "stuff" that he "looked at", indicating: sexual arousal.

The release of information of 109.000 deviant images confirms the analysis.

Statement Analysis concluded that among the explicit material would be video/images of Billie Dunn herself, which she confirmed last night.

It is likely that there is something else that Billie Dunn is withholding:

images/video in that collection that may include missing 13 year old Hailey Dunn.

Billie Dunn now reports that they have broken up.

The timing is to be noted.

The timing of the break up coincides with the release of child pornography and bestiality that

Billie Dunn knew was coming to the public's attention.

But note that as Billie Dunn threw Shawn Adkins under the bus, she did so...

with kid gloves.

In the midst of the questions, she was asked,

"Did Hailey ever have difficult breathing?"
Billie answered, "no" and then there was silence:


Would Billie Dunn ask why this strange question would be asked?

She did not.

Her silence was telling.

Statement Analysis deals with what the subject says and what the subject doesn't say.

Note: Billie Jean Dunn has not told us that she wasn't involved in her daughter's disappearance; not once, not in all of her interviews.

Shawn Adkins hasn't either. Not once, not in all of his interviews.

Neither has, in spite of them both failing polygraphs

Statement Analysis of her interviews suggests a high level of sensitivity regarding:

"breathing" Hailey

on the "living room couch" where Billie "didn't" find her the next morning.

It is likely that Hailey's last breath took place on the living room couch.

The same living room which Billie Dunn painted over weeks ago.

Statement Analysis of the transcripts shortly.

Shawn Adkins is scheduled to speak tonight. If his attorney does not cancel this, we will cover it.


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PostSubject: Searchers Looking For Hailey Dunn Will Get Help From Soldiers   Fri Mar 04, 2011 12:33 am

Searchers Looking For Hailey Dunn Will Get Help From Soldiers

By Laura Madison, KTXS News
POSTED: 11:56 am CST March 3, 2011 UPDATED: 12:50 pm CST March 3, 2011

COLORADO CITY, Texas -- Searchers are asking for volunteers to help them look Friday and Saturday mornings for missing Colorado City teen Hailey Dunn. They're expecting 30 soldiers from Fort Hood to help search on Saturday.




KTXS News talked with Kristy Lloyd, who's a search coordinator. She told us that volunteers are asked to meet at the search headquarters in the 100 block of Walnut Street in Colorado City at 9 a.m. both days.
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PostSubject: Billie Dunn Denies Child Porn on Memory Stick   Mon Mar 07, 2011 2:48 am

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Billie Dunn Denies Child Porn on Memory Stick




Billie Dunn made a denial that there was no child pornography on the memory stick found in her bedroom.

This denial refers to one memory stick that was found in her bedroom. She did not address what was on it, but in her interview she talked about "other women" which would, using the word "other" suggests that she, herself, is on the memory stick.


Possession of child pornography charges will be heard by a Grand Jury, and given the massive volume, as well as the linguistic indicators of other computers, other memory sticks, as well as the details that accompany child pornography, including possible credit card purchasing, printing, storing and possible trading and selling.

In reviewing all that Billie has said about this particular memory stick, it is likely that she is on it.

just because there is no child pornography on THAT memory stick doesn't mean there isn't child pornography on OTHER memory sticks. Billie was careful to address THAT one only. Not only that, but there is so much more to address, including bestiality and eventually, what Shawn and Billie viewed from other memory sticks in their home.

Verbally, she has told us that she herself, along with other women, are on video, perhaps this memory stick, perhaps other media means (including video, DVD, etc:

there are linguistic reasons to believe that she, herself is on this memory stick: this is the one in her bedroom in which she used the word "private" to talk about, which suggests that her "private life" in her "bedroom" with Shawn is likely on video for all to see.

Billie Dunn's own words have revealed much, yet she continues to speak.

From Big Country News:



While the focus in Colorado City and Mitchell County this past week may have been more on recovering from the wildfires that destroyed several homes, the search for missing 13-year-old Hailey Dunn resumed Friday and Saturday.
Soldiers from Fort Hood joined the search teams that were trained by KlaasKids and Laura Recovery Center, two organizations formed by family members and friends of missing teenagers.

Billie Jean Dunn said Friday afternoon she remains thankful for the group’s continued search efforts.

I’m on my way taking water to the groups right now,” she said from her cell phone.

Dunn said she was relieved to hear that the memory stick retrieved from her home did not contain any child pornography.

One of the investigators told me that there was no child pornography on it. That made me feel a little bit better,” she added.

She did say that there was adult pornography on it.

We don't have an exact quote but this is something likely with Billie Dunn herself on it.

The only thing that came out of my house during the search was the memory stick. They (law enforcement officials) asked me whose it was and I told them I didn’t know. I didn’t recognize it,” said Dunn.

Note "only" whereas Billie reported that many items were removed from the house, including bed sheets. Note her answer: "I told them I didn't know; I didn't recognize it" is repetition indicating sensitivity. This indicates that she likely knows what is on it. It also may be that the volume of material collected makes it difficult to keep track of.

“They told me that it came out of Shawn’s dresser and I told them I guess it was his then.”

Shawn Adkins is the only named suspect in the case of the teenager last seen on Dec. 27 from her home in Colorado City.

Adkins told investigators early on in the investigation that he saw the teen walking to a friend’s house to spend the night.

However, Hailey Dunn never arrived and Billie Dunn reported her missing Dec. 28.

Adkins said on an Internet talk show Thursday night that he was surprised at the child pornography and bestiality found on a computer confiscated from his mother’s home in Big Spring, adding that several people had access to the computer.

Possession of child pornography could result in grand jury indictments and Adkins said he was aware of that possibility.

“There’s a possibility that I might be going to jail for something I never did,” he said on the radio show.

The cases would be prosecuted by Howard County District Attorney Hardy Wilkerson and 32nd District Attorney Ann Reed of Sweetwater.




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PostSubject: What Happened To Hailey? Statement Analysis   Mon Mar 07, 2011 2:52 am

What Happened To Hailey? Statement Analysis







by Peter and Heather Hyatt

The following is analysis of the case done as private citizens concerned about the disappearance of a child. It is based upon public statements made by Hailey Dunn's mother, Billie Jean Dunn, and upon the public statements made by Shawn Adkins, the mother's boyfriend. It is also based upon the publicly released records, including the affidavit released to media. All parties are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. No one has been charged in the disappearance of Hailey Dunn nor in the allegation of possession of child pornography. The following cannot be reprinted without written permission of the authors. It represents solely the opinions of the authors and not of any agency or organization.

Statement Analysis recognizes that many guilty parties will reveal the guilt within their words because it is within the mind when the words come; chosen in less than a micro second. The more they speak, the more they give away.

This is exactly why defense attorneys do not allow their clients to speak.

We have acute indicators of deception within the statements of Billie Jean Dunn and Shawn Adkins confirming the self-reported failures of their polygraphs.

We have the linguistic indicator, by a mother, of a deceased child as Billie Jean Dunn repeatedly spoke of Hailey in the past tense; something a mother of a missing child doesn't do, unless she knows the child is deceased, like Casey Anthony or Susan Smith.

We have acute sensitivity indicators on the following topics which is noted not only through repetition, but of the construction of the sentences, often found with qualifiers or through negation:

a. the couch

b. the living room

c. the coveralls

d. the laundry

e. breathing

Statement Analysis of the public interviews by Adkins and Dunn, coupled with media reports and police affidavit show this likely scenario:

Drugs, child pornography, bestiality, blood lust influenced Billie Jean Dunn and Shawn Adkins deeply. This would impact the home life in which Hailey Dunn grew up in. Drugs are also noted in the extended family.





The analysis shows:

There is sensitivity regarding his grandmother's property, the cellar, and Shawn's relationship with his family. When asked about childhood, Adkins goes immediately to his grandparents. If Shawn's family's property hasn't been searched by law enforcement, it should be. If Shawn's family won't allow the police to search their property without a warrant, there is a reason access has been denied. The family's property is within Shawn Adkin's comfort zone.





Hailey may be there, or was at some point, likely there and DNA evidence would reveal such.

One comment from Shawn's recent blog talk radio interview is telling:

Shawn Adkins: Well, because I believe, in my heart, that she had nothing to do with it, just as well as I did, and, and like I said, I believe that she had nothing to do with it, and if she made a plea bargain, that would be indicating her guilt on it, and I would just totally, that’d totally ruin me to know that she made a plea bargain.

"Just as well as I did..." In Shawn's attempt at a denial, he speaks in the affirmative about both his and Billie's involvement. Shawn "believes" in his heart that Billie had nothing to do with it, which is not a strong statement. In other cases of domestic homicide, the guilty will often say "in my heart" such as Casey Anthony indicating how "close" searchers were to locating her "missing" daughter. People believe lots of things "in their hearts" while they know in their minds something else to be true. They also "believe in their hearts" that others may not believe to be true.

If Shawn believes this in his "heart", does his "head" believe something else?

Shawn assigns guilt to Billie by saying "her guilt."

Pronouns are instinctive and universal. They are exempt from the principle of 'personal, internal subjective' language that we all have. Pronouns and articles ("the" "a" "an") are universal in that they have the same meaning to all. Pronouns solve 80% of crimes as inadvertent confessions are made all the time. "For those of you who believe in my guilt" said OJ Simpson. "I didn't even know my victim" said Stephen Trunscott in an attempt to later rebut his conviction of murdering his young neighbor. Pronouns are learned early in childhood and are instinctive.

Most importantly, Shawn recognizes that it would "ruin" him if Billie made a plea deal. "Ruin" is defined as "Total destruction or disintegration, either physical, moral, social, or economic." He doesn't say that it would upset him, but that it would ruin him, it would cause his destruction. The information that Billie has, that she shares with Shawn, what she did, "just as well as he did" has the potential to destroy life for Shawn Adkins.

If Billie "makes a plea deal", it means that she would share information about her involvement with police in exchange for a lighter sentence, as well as in exchange for information about Shawn's involvement in Hailey's disappearance. Shawn's suggestion that Billie might take a plea deal presupposes that both Billie and Shawn are involved in the crime against Hailey.

Shawn makes it clear, through his statement, that he and Billie were involved in Hailey's disappearance, and that their involvement has the potential to destroy or "ruin" his life.

These are not the words of an innocent man.

Looking at what we know in this case:

-Hailey was last seen by someone other than Billie and/or Shawn on the night of December 26th, when David reported that he saw her playing video games when he left the home that night. A neighbor reported seeing Hailey in the backyard of her home on the phone on the afternoon of 12/27, it is not known if this is a credible sighting of Hailey, and is an important piece of information. The police seemed to have dismissed this as unreliable. The details given about seeing her on Billie Dunn's "cell phone" are unreliable. The 'witnesses' may be drug related friends or associates, and discounted by investigators.

-Billie's timeline of events on the night of 12/26 revealed tension in the home. (see prior analysis)

-Billie reported that she "told" Hailey "goodnight" around 10pm on 12/26. It should be noted that in homicide cases when a subject reports saying "goodnight" or "goodbye" to the victim, it corresponds closely to the victim's time of death.

-Billie didn't say that she saw Hailey after 10pm on 12/26. Billie stated, "I saw that Hailey was in her room" on the night of 12/26 and said that she saw Hailey's TV on in her room, which "pacified" her and stated, "I didn't touch her, but I seen my daughter and felt good" on the morning of 12/27. Billie's need to feel pacified on this morning, as well as the comment that she didn't touch her daughter are strange, and suggest that something bad happened to Hailey prior to the morning of 12/27. Did she not touch Hailey because at that point, she was dead in her bedroom? If this was a "normal" day like any other, why would it feel "good" to see her?

Note that within a statement, emotions placed at the "perfect" or "logical" place within a story is a strong indication of deception. It takes time for emotions to be processed and they are generally included after the account, not during. In works of fiction, emotions are often including during the event itself.

-Billie first looked for Hailey on the couch on the morning of 12/27, and her words revealed sensitivity about the living room and Hailey's breathing. Billie felt pacified only after looking in Hailey's bedroom and seeing the TV on.

-Billie didn't say that she and Shawn went to sleep on the night of 12/26.

-Shawn wanted interviewers to know that both pairs of his work coveralls were at his place of employment and that on 12/26 Billie had washed the pair that he brought to work with him on the morning of 12/27. It is important to Shawn that the blogtalk radio interviewers know that there should be video evidence of him putting the coveralls into his locker. Billie may have washed the coveralls the NIGHT of 12/26, after David left the home and Hailey met her demise at the hands of Shawn Adkins.

-Shawn went to work on the morning of 12/27 and stayed there long enough to get a soda and be seen by his supervisor. Also, long enough to put his washed coveralls into his locker at work. It is likely that these coveralls contained evidence, and the reason that Shawn went to work that morning was to leave the coveralls there and ensure that they were out of the home and his possession. There was a reason the coveralls were washed before Shawn brought them to work, and a reason he didn't want them in his possession. The reason involves the likelihood that Hailey didn't die a peaceful death, which could have been anything from vomit to blood. DNA needed to be washed off the coveralls and Shawn reported that Billie was the one to wash them, on 12/26.

-Shawn revealed that there was more than one occasion during which he was alone with Hailey relating to her disappearance. When interviewed, he asked for clarification several times about which day the interviewers were referring to.

-Shawn returned to the home on 12/27 after leaving work unexpectedly. He lied to police about this when initially interviewed. This may be the other time period during which he was alone with Hailey and may be the time period during which Shawn began the work of disposing of her body.

-After leaving the home on 12/27, Shawn went to Big Spring, but his language tells us that he went other places as well. He was deceptive, and acknowledged being deceptive, later when he said that police didn't ask him if he went anywhere else while he was driving. This is the most commonly used form of deception: withholding critical information.

-Billie told police that she and Shawn withdrew cash from an ATM on 12/28 and used it to buy illegal drugs. Billie later denied this, and in her press conference, she said that she withdrew cash and went to her mother's home to see if her mother needed anything. It may be that Billie and Shawn were buying drugs from, or for, Billie's mother, who was recently arrested on drug related charges.

-In his recent blogtalk radio interview, Shawn affirmed his and Billie's involvement in Hailey's disappearance when he attempted to deny it. Shawn understands that Billie could seek a plea deal, which presupposes that they are both involved in the crime. Shawn also understands that should Billie tell investigators what she knows, his life will be ruined.

Given what Billie and Shawn have told us, and what has been reported by media, it appears that Hailey died in her home sometime after David left on 12/26. Billie then washed Shawn's coveralls, he brought them to work the next day and left them in his locker. Billie felt pacified when she saw that Hailey's TV was on the morning of 12/27, but notes that she didn't touch Hailey at that time. Shawn returned to the home after walking out on his job, retrieved Hailey, and made his way to Big Spring. It appears that he may have stopped somewhere on his way to Big Spring. At one point when questioned by the police, Shawn told them that they should look for Hailey in Scurry County.

Hailey hasn't been found, and no one has been charged in her disappearance, however, all signs point to Shawn Adkins and Billie Dunn as the people responsible for her disappearance, and sadly, her death.

Was Hailey's death a drug overdoes?

Was she killed to be silenced for Adkin's sexual assaults, as he was acting out his child pornographic fantasies upon her, while under the influence?

Or

Was Hailey's death from Billie Dunn and Shawn Adkins acting out their slasher-movie obsession, under the influence of drugs, with the portrayal going "too far" with an "accidental" death?


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PostSubject: Has Evidence Been Found In Hailey Dunn Disappearance?   Mon Mar 07, 2011 2:54 am

Has Evidence Been Found In Hailey Dunn Disappearance?





BREAKING: Searcher Finds Knife Cover in Creek 10 Miles North of Hailey Dunn's Colorado City Home 1/7/11

The window of opportunity for Billie Dunn to make a deal is closing. As the date gets closer to the Grand Jury, the search for Hailey's remains continues. If she waits too long, Shawn may make a deal first, or, if she waits long enough and Hailey is found, she may not be offered a deal.

She should run, not walk, to the police and tell them where they can locate Hailey
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Colorado City, Texas -

A possible break in the case of missing Colorado City teen Hailey Dunn came today as a member of a civilian search party found a pair of sunglasses and a knife-cover in a creek north of the city.

Midlander Holly Jenkins spotted the knife-cover in Morgan Creek in Dunn, Texas, a small town north of Colorado City.

Jenkins reached into the water and retrieved the cover before placing it on the ground along the wooded shore area.

Jenkins is one of about 100 community members from Colorado City, Snyder, Midland and elsewhere who formed at 2:00pm Friday to conduct a civilian search.

The group split into two parties, one starting in Colorado City working towards Dunn and the other beginning in Dunn and working their way toward Colorado City.

It was just after 4:00pm that Jenkins discovered the knife-cover floating in the water.

The creek is less than a mile away from a residence where Shawn Adkins is staying at this time.

Adkins is the boyfriend of Hailey Dunn's mother, Billie Jean Dunn.

Our CBS 7 crew visited the residence and knocked on the door to speak with Adkins.

A male came to the door and said "Our attorney has advised us to not speak with anyone. No comment".

CBS 7 contacted the Department of Public Safety about the knife-cover.

The Colorado City Police called the CBS 7 crew on scene for directions and began an investigation into the potential evidentiary find.

Watch CBS 7 NEWS at 10:00pm for a live report from Colorado City, video of the knife-cover and an interview with an acquaintance of Shawn Adkins


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PostSubject: Billie Jean Dunn Suspect: A Profile of a Mother   Mon Mar 07, 2011 10:30 am

Billie Jean Dunn Suspect: A Profile of a Mother




by Peter Hyatt

No one has been charged with child pornography nor in the disappearance of Hailey Dunn. All are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.


Statement Analysis produces profiles, almost naturally suggesting themselves. The more sample (statements) we have to go by, the more in depth personal profile emerges of the subject.

We saw that Billie Jean Dunn called herself a "wonderful" mother. We noted that it is rare that any mother would refer to herself in such terms and when one does, it is a signal of deep guilt emerging. In Dunn's case, we had learned that her boyfriend, Shawn Adkins, had threatened her daughter's life, her life, and her estranged husband's life, so much so, that Dunn called the police. She then let him move into the home, exposing her daughter, son and herself to mortal danger.

Later, when she defended her actions, she said that he only threatened her life and her estranged husband's life, and not her daughter's, as if, in her mind, this would make things better. Thus is the thinking of this highly disturbed and troubled mind.

Recently in a radio interview, she spoke out, again, and gave us much sample to work with. She said that she had only wanted one child, the now missing child, Hailey, of whom she and Shawn Adkins are suspected in her disappearance. This is the type of information that comes out when subjects answer open-ended questions; it puts them in the position of free edit where they choose their own words.

For a mother to say that her deceased child is the only one she wanted, is for the "wonderful" mother to state that she does not want to be a mother. Proof? She gave away custody of her son, agreeing with the State of Texas so that she could avoid the humiliation of court. David Dunn, someone described as a strong football player, and "mama's boy" close to his mother, now is left bereft of a mother and had heard (or read transcripts) that he isn't wanted.

It is something he knew all along; especially the day that she moved Adkins into the home. It isn't news to David.

What went into making this mother?

How can it be that she can view child pornography and bestiality as a "hobby" with her boyfriend?

It begins early in life, with the foundation of dysfunction set for the introduction of these vile things by Adkins.

1. Sexual Molestation and Exploitation As a Child

As a child, Dunn was sexually molested. Linguistic indicators show that as a child, she was sexually molested and likely used by men at an early age. If her mother was arrested for meth, it suggests deep psychological issues, predominantly:
Failure To Protect.

If the mother "failed to protect", this points the finger at Billie Dunn's own father as possible culprit. (uncles, brothers, etc are all possible).

If she was sexually molested by her father, and, perhaps even used by men while very young, it would then indicate why child pornography could be introduced to her by Adkins. It wouldn't be foriegn to her and may explain why she allowed access to her own child.

If her mother failed to protect her, it stands to reason that she might follow the example set by her own mother.

It is interesting to note in Dunn's time line how when she went to the ATM machine she stopped to see if her mother "needed" anything. (This is when Adkins boasted that they went to ATM to buy drugs). Was she willing to buy for her mother? Mother and daughter sharing drugs?

This then would explain why she likely shared drugs, and birth control, with her 13 year old child.

Sexual exploitation could lead to the child learning how to manipulate men and garner attention. As an adult, Dunn turned to stripping, which exploded the time bomb of jealousy within Adkins.

Child molestation and sexual exploitation would lead to deep, acute pain and all sorts of mental health issues. Where did Billie Dunn turn to alleviate the pain?


2. Drugs We've learned that drugs were a huge part in Dunn's life, with even a period of time where she was strongly anti-drug, refusing the example, perhaps for a season, of her mother. Yet, David's father is in prison for drugs, Clint is a regular drug user smoking marijuana, his brother grew his own drugs, Billie's mother arrested for meth; there is drugs everywhere and it is likely that Dunn self medicated with drugs. Drugs likely cost her a job as a nursing assistant as a license had to be maintained. Dunn is not educated, but she is street smart and savvy. This is why we expect her to make a deal with the District Attorney's office, giving up what happened to Hailey in exchange for some benefit to herself.


3. Calloused and Narcissistic Billie Dunn has been desensitized by her upbringing and was ripe for someone like Adkins to move in, introduce pornography, and eventually child pornography and bestiality.

Linguistic indicators show that it is likely that Billie Dunn laughed, with Adkins, over the child pornography and bestiality, believing it to be funny. Given her background, she would be highly desensitized to what she viewed, and likely quickly 'needed' more for arousal; more sick and more twisted material in order to make her 'laugh' and 'enjoy' the material. This desensitizing process is facilitated with drugs, as the soul becomes numb or zombie like. This is why each time the subject of her "hobby" came up, she used the word "comedy" in her defense.

Drugs also cause a subject to become incredibly self centered.

In her interview on blog talk radio, what subject caused the monotone Dunn to become the most passionate? What topic bothered her the most? It wasn't her missing child, nor was it the fact that the public knows she is lying.

With her 13 year old child "missing", Billie Dunn's most emotional response came when the topic of Shawn Adkin's cheating came up.

She can bear a dead child, but just don't break trust and cheat on her.

This was too much for her.

Trust is a powerful issue for her, and she comes first in all things. This is why she has lied about her daughter, and given away her son: they were all but in the way for her.

Dr. Lillian Glass, body language expert, pointed out not only the deception of Billie Dunn, but the actual enjoyment of attention that her body language showed.

4. Violence Violence is something that Billie Dunn grew up with and her father was likely the initial source. She then sought out a violent man to come into her home, threaten her daughter, and then 'keep his word' by killing Hailey.

Was the death of Hailey a 'teenage cheerleader' slasher movie gone too far?

Bestiality, like child pornography, is a form of violence against animals. Including in the deviancy of bestiality is the injuring and killing of small animals as a form of sexual 'pleasure' for the viewer. Known by nicknames such as 'stomping', the imagery is too much for most to bear, yet violence in her life is as natural as breathing. Burning "tap out" and "UFC" into her son's back (a violent action in and of itself) was, to her mind, proof of a "wonderful" mother.

No one will be able to tell her otherwise. This is how she thinks.


Billie Dunn is Intelligent, manipulative, and appears to have had an anxious connection with her children and now, one way or another, this self proclaimed "wonderful" mother has gotten rid of both children in a very short period of time.

My "Open Letter to Billie Dunn" went unheeded.

I had hoped to appeal to her maternal instincts and have her go to police, tell them what happened and where they can find Hailey, in one final act of motherhood.

I was wrong.

Billie Dunn is far too gone for this.

It is becoming a race to the finish line at the District Attorney's Office between Billie Dunn and Shawn Adkins to see who makes the first deal, blaming the other.

The clock is ticking.

The child pornography now increases the pressure. Any find of the body will mean all bets are off and no deal will be made.

What can appeal to Billie Dunn is the one thing that she understands and operates on:

Self Interest.

Billie Dunn will make a deal, rather than face prison over possession of deviant imagery, and any deal will have to include giving up the location of the body.

The noose is tightening and time is short. The Grand Jury awaits her.

She will have the whole world learn of her own pornographic participation and many other embarrassing things should she wait for the Grand Jury.

Billie Dunn has already learned that Shawn Adkins likes to talk, just as she does, but he likes to talk to police.

Billie, he has done it before and he will do it again.

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PostSubject: New Hailey Dunn Website Launched   Mon Mar 07, 2011 8:38 pm

NEW HAILEY DUNN WEBSITE LAUNCHED

A new website that launched this weekend hopes to raise awareness about the disappearance of 13-year-old Hailey Dunn.

Hailey was last seen Dec. 27 at her home in Colorado City.

HopeforHailey.org
lists events, search opportunities, and information about the missing girl. It will also soon offer 'Hope for Hailey' merchandise, from totes to cell phone cases to doggie clothes. See an example of them here.

The site offers descriptions of Hailey's personality and interests not yet heard by the general public, such as, "Hailey loves the water and swimming, and would spend every day of the summer by the lake or by a pool if she could."

Events listed on the site include a booth set up at the Rattlesnake Roundup in Sweetwater this coming weekend, hoping to get the word out about Hailey to the 30,000 expected to attend.

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PostSubject: The Merchandising of Hailey Dunn   Tue Mar 08, 2011 10:08 am

The Merchandising of Hailey Dunn




by Peter Hyatt




It didn't take long for the ghoulish profiteering to begin on another innocent child's tragedy.


First we saw the Caylee Anthony ghouls fighting over her dead body, attempting to trademark her name and peddling Caylee dolls in a transparently deceptive manner to raise money for her "search", dining at the Ritz while Caylee's lifeless body lay in the mud.


Then it was Billie Dunn manipulating the media for sympathy by going on national TV and getting Marc Klaas to endorse her, protecting her by claiming "character assassination" by anyone who caught her lies, or who was able to connect the dots between disappearance and drug abuse (Klaas went as far as to say that her drug use was "in the past" and had "nothing" to do with Hailey's disappearance.)


Dunn was able to capitalize on the publicity and support given by Klaas and cashed in on the disappearance of her daughter, getting "grant money" from the Somer Thompson foundation and accepting donations. Billie Dunn was being given money in order to "search" for her daughter.


For many, this was and is still, an outrage.


It was particularly an outrage because Billie Dunn and Shawn Adkins didn't actually search for Hailey.




In fact, it was Clint Dunn who said that Billie Dunn sat on her couch, watching her favorite TV programs, instead of searching for little Hailey. This caused him to become suspicious of Billie and Shawn.




Later, after the release of the child pornography, Billie's donations (and support) dried up quickly with even Marc Klaas publicly stating that she lied and she should be "ashamed of herself" as he quickly distanced himself and Klaas Kids from her and the stain of child pornography.




Now there is the website to merchandise Hailey to the public.



This is the lowest thing since the Anthonys sold videos for "licensing fees" with Baez getting a reported quarter of a million dollars. For what? That question will likely be answered this Spring.




The ghouls are out in force again.




Hailey bracelets, shirts, handbags, and all sorts of Hailey stuff is now being peddled to the public, who hurt for this missing child.




The worst is this:


They are selling a Hailey child undergarment and a Hailey pet dog item to make money.




This is nothing short of a shock to the senses.


Who are the ghouls who are using a child undergarment and a pet to make money in a case involving child pornography and bestiality?


Who does this? Who would dare to use a child's garment and a pet product to make money off of a missing child; a child who lived amongst two adults engaged in child pornography and bestiality?




Hailey lived in a home where there was child pornography and bestiality and now they are selling items with a child and a pet?






Is this why there was no condemnation of child pornography in a media release?


Child pornography and bestiality have victims who suffer far beyond what took place when they were photographed or videotaped. They suffered when the images were made and suffered every day of their lives since. Those who view this material create a demand for it, putting future children in jeopardy. Those who gain "pleasure" from this vile material pose a threat to children everywhere, every day.
Those behind this marketing campaign have shown that they possess no regard for the victims of child pornography and bestiality; nor the suffering that the victims and their families go through, year after year, for the rest of their lives.
To show a child's outfit and a pet is to marginalize the victims that Shawn Adkins and Billie Dunn derived pleasure from viewing, as well as make a mockery of justice that Hailey deserves.


In bestiality, animals are abused for the amusement of dangerous individuals in our society.






How was it that they came up with a child's outfit to use in their marketing strategy?





This is the most vile form of profiteering we may ever see.


Instead of this obscene manner of raising money, take a page out of Desiree Young's book, instead, and go


ASK SHAWN AND BILLIE:


WHERE IS HAILEY?







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PostSubject: Hailey Dunn Case: What's Next?   Wed Mar 09, 2011 8:46 am

Tuesday, March 08, 2011


Hailey Dunn Case: What's Next?




What's next in the case of missing 13 year old Hailey Dunn?


We expect to see that the:


1. Searching continues.


In spite of Billie Dunn's insults, as well as the new allegations of child pornography, people of good will shall continue to search for Hailey, with perhaps, more focus upon the areas near Adkins' mother and grandmother's homes. There will be searches along the creeks, as many have heard what Adkins said on his appearance on blogtalk radio. It may be that Adkins will do more, by himself, than the peddling of Haileyware can do in raising reward money. People are motivated to find Hailey with or without reward money.


Organized searches will continue.


Many of us wonder if law enforcement will find enough evidence to justify a search warrant for any relative's properties that may hold possible DNA evidence.


Expect professional and personal searches to continue.


Even those who once felt they were searching to help the mother, may now continue, in spite of the mother, to search empty fields, abandoned buildings and other "ugly" places, motivated by justice for Hailey.


2. Investigation continues. The investigation continues to move forward, with each day drawing closer to the convening of a Grand Jury on charges of possession of deviant material; child pornography and bestiality. This means that the noose continues to tighten and the pressure mounts on both Shawn Adkins and Billie Dunn. Which one will make the deal first? Will evidence located cause them to be too late in seeking a deal?


Investigators will continue to work through various computer media, locating and analyzing the information. This is a time intensive procedure, slow and meticulous. Once the experts have completed locating all the imagery, the investigation continues with subpoena of possible credit card records and, perhaps, phone records of any images that may have been deleted by Shawn. Interviews may be revisited with follow ups scheduled. Careful analysis of Adkins and Dunn's blog talk radio transcripts may lead to other possible interviews and some searches. Investigators are likely preparing for the Grand Jury, crossing the "t's" and dotting the "i's" of their work.


Investigators are also comparing statements made by Billie Dunn and Shawn Adkins. Just because Billie Dunn tells others that she is not a suspect, doesn't make it so.


They are likely analyzing each statement she has made, and comparing each story against others, picking up the inconsistencies.


Statement Analysis can be presented to a Grand Jury as a simple listening to what the subjects said, and ask jurors if they, too, heard what Dunn and/or Adkins said. They can remind jurors of other cases, for instance, in which a mother spoke in past tense terms, such as Casey Anthony or Susan Smith. There is nothing to hinder them from making a presentation of Billie's words, here, there, and at various appearances.


There is nothing to hinder them presenting the timelines to the jurors who will have questions about what the time line of Billie Dunn shows, in comparison to what the police affidavit says.


Jurors are thinking people, ready to listen to that which is reasonable and can say that there is enough evidence to arrest Billie Dunn and Shawn Adkins for whatever they are accused of.


We can trust that the District Attorney's office knows what it is doing.




3. Appearances by family continues.


Clint will appear on blog radio, though his appearance may not generate much interest as he avoids drama by pacifying Billie. He will probably pitch his web site, but have little else to offer.


Shawn Adkins may speak again in an attempt to win back Billie by taking his drama to the public. He will likely 'slip' out, strictly by 'accident' how many women he has met online who want to be with him, as he finds a way to stroke his own ego, though still attempting to convince Billie not to give him up to police and 'destroy' him.


Adkins spoke on blog talk radio, with a 'damn the torpedos' mentality, except for him, it was 'damn the attorney', but he will have to stand up to his mother in order to keep talking, and if he does keep talking, he may give more clues to Hailey's location. Expect more drama about his affairs and his love for Billie. He may, eventually, even mention Hailey.


We can expect Billie to continue to attempt to rehabilitate her image so that she can go back to bringing in money. With the release of the child pornography, she lost her public support and has only a handful of loyal followers left, of whom she can say or do no wrong. (Even Adkins still maintains a groupie following).


But with Billie Dunn, and likely Clint Dunn's appearances, we can expect to hear about the new web site. Rather than have Adkins or Dunn, who both failed polygraph questions about the location of Hailey, simply tell us where Hailey is, Clint and Billie will likely plug their new web site.


In every tragedy, there are those who will seek financial gain. In the case of missing 13 year old Hailey Dunn, the profiteering began early, as the mother got herself on national television, drew sympathy from some, and quickly found herself at the receiving end of money.


In high profile cases, profiteers see the opportunity for free publicity. Sometimes it is 'non-profit' organizations that will benefit from exposure. Sometimes that same exposure can bite them, as it did with "Kidfinders", the organization that had never found a kid, but did find kindred spirits with Cindy and George Anthony.


Lawyers fall over each other to work "pro bono" on cases they suddenly "believe" in.


In the case of Casey Anthony, they saw golden opportunities, ran to it, telling the media how little they cared for money, but as soon as they dried up, one by one they left. Now all that is left is Cheney Mason, a shell of embarrassment as he awaits the verdict to be played side by side with the video of him boasting how he and Casey would be walking arm and arm, freely, through the streets.


Those who wish to avoid public scrutiny of money, race to say what the money will be earmarked towards, after costs, of course.


Costs.


This can range from money spent at Staples for use of the copy machine. Jose Baez took in at least $225,000 but couldn't or wouldn't pay the $300 cost for the copy machine.


Now we see the Hailey-gear hawking and a rush to declare where the money will go.


Really?


Is this after 'costs'?


What might the 'costs' be?


As vile as it may be to have a case with child pornography and bestiality, they are hawking child undergarments and pet items with the purpose of "bringing Hailey home." What twisted mind thought of that? Better yet, what twisted mind approved of that?


Do parents really want their child to wear Hailey underwear knowing that she, herself, was subject to child pornographers?


Do we really want to see a baby undergarment associated with this case?


Can it be guaranteed that Billie Dunn won't see a penny? Shawn Adkins?


What of these 'costs' involed?


Production would certainly be a cost. Somebody had to make this stuff.
Advertisement might be a cost. Was KTAB or Big Country paid to put up that blog?


Can they tell us that the parents of Hailey Dunn aren't being paid to use Hailey's name? Is there a licensing "cost" to use this poor little girl's name?


The cloak themselves in the protective layers of emotionalism with the belief that anyone who questions them must be 'cruel, insensitive and heartless.' The same will be said to anyone who dares ask why they are using Hailey's name to make money.


4. Expect legal information regarding the coming Grand Jury.


Local legal experts may begin to address media and help the public understand what will take place, how many jurors will be called, what kind of information will be gleaned, what kind of questions will be asked, and so on.


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PostSubject: Scapegoat: The Next "Cousin Joe"?   Wed Mar 09, 2011 8:49 am

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Scapegoat: The Next "Cousin Joe"?







Will Shawn Adkins begin to blame his cousin, Corey Norwood, in the disappearance of Hailey Dunn, similar to how Misty and Tommy Croslin blamed their cousin, Joe Overstreet, for the death of Hailiegh Cummings?

COLORADO CITY, Texas -- The cousin of Shawn Adkins, the only named suspect in the case of missing Colorado City teen Hailey Dunn, spoke out Tuesday declaring Adkins' innocence.
Over the phone, Corey Norwood told KTXS, "If the justice system works and cops do what they're supposed to and find her, then he'll be fine because I know he didn't do it. They just need to find her."
Hailey Dunn has been missing since Dec. 27.
Adkins is the only suspect named by law enforcement; however, authorities tell us they do have other persons of interest.
Norwood also said Tuesday he's upset that videos and pictures, which he says he made for school, have been aired both on the web and by local and national media.
The videos show him and Shawn in masks and with weapons.

KTXS has chosen not to air the content.

Norwood says his name is now being dragged into the case. "It's getting frustrating; people are starting to look at me different."

How might people view these images? How would this be "different" from a prior opinion of him? Note that he claimed this material was for "school"
Cousin Corey may make a good scapegoat for Shawn Adkin's lawyer in an attempt similar to the Croslins: push attention over to him, have his life investigated and with enough dirt, take some of the pressure off Shawn and put it on to him.

It won't be pleasant for Cousin Corey.

Norwood says he's been following the case and is shocked by the latest revelation about child porn being found at both the missing teen's home in Colorado City and at Adkins' mother's house in Big Spring.

Authorities say a grand jury will decide if any arrests will follow the discovery of the child pornography


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PostSubject: Shawb Adkins To Speak On Blog Radio Again   Wed Mar 09, 2011 9:11 pm

Shawn Adkins To Speak On Blog Radio Again





http://www.blogtalkradio.com/bringthemhomenow

Shawn Adkins is scheduled to speak on blog talk radio again on Thursday, March 10, 2011 at 7PM.

To do so, he will have to overcome the advise of his attorney and the domineering authority of his mother; neither of whom approve of him going on the air. But going on the air and answering more questions can only help the cause of those who search for Hailey.

In his last appearance, he gave hints of possible locations where Hailey may be, or may have been, including his families' properties.

Shawn Adkins and Billie Dunn are caught up in drama. Rumors are that Billie Dunn has sold the van given to her to search for Hailey, something she refused to do.

Her take? A reported $300.

Her support has all but dried up, since the release of child pornography being found in her and Shawn's possession.

Will she be making money off Hailey's name through the new website?

In the drama, Billie Dunn showed the most emotion over the topic of Shawn cheating on her; far more emotion than over the disappearance of her daughter.

Billie Jean continues to insist to any locals who will listen that she's not a suspect.

She also likes to portray herself as broken away from Adkins. The use of "we" in her interview says otherwise.

Locals reported seeing them yesterday, with Billie driving. The "we" she used shows unity; something that she may deny when it is convenient for her, but her language gives her away.

Clint Dunn speaks tonight, though it is not likely that he has anything to add to the case details but the marketing of Haileyware items being merchandised online.

Questions have arisen about where the money will go, and how much will go towards the reward and how much is in "expenses" and who is being paid for expenses.

Will Billie be receiving any money from the site? Is she part of "expenses" or "licensing fees" for use of her daughter's name?

Could anything be lower than this?

Perhaps Clint will reveal some of the details of the merchandising of Hailey, in particular, using baby undergarment and pets to raise money for a case with child pornography and bestiality.

Even Hollywood couldn't invent this irony.

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PostSubject: Hailey Dunn: What Will The Grand Jury Hear?   Wed Mar 09, 2011 9:13 pm

Hailey Dunn: What Will The Grand Jury Hear?






What will the Grand Jury hear regarding the allegations of possession of "deviant materials"?
How were the images viewed? If the memory sticks were in the home, they would need a monitor to be viewed.
What material was copied by Dunn, or printed out from work?


What about drug deals? Will the police present evidence of drug dealing?
Purchasing of child porn? Trading it?


The Grand Jury can ask questions and will likely not be limited as Hailey's disappearance will be on everyone's minds.


Originally, Billie Dunn classified the deviant material as "true crime" material, and compared it to "comedy" or science fiction. Statement Analysis revealed that she herself was on some of the pornographic material taken into police custody.


The Grand Jury will be able to ask questions. This is a critical tool for the Grand Jury.


What is a Grand Jury?



A grand jury is a tool of investigators. It is a group of people that are selected and sworn in by a court, just like jurors that are chosen to serve on a trial jury In fact, the grand jurors are usually chosen from the same pool of people that provide trial jurors: A judge selects and swears in a grand jury, just like judges select and swear in trial juries. But grand juries differ from trial juries in several ways.
For one thing, grand juries may sit longer. In the federal system, a grand jury can sit for up to 36 months, although it doesn't have to sit that long. The court that swears in a new grand jury can extend its term in 6-month increments, for a total of 36 months, but a federal grand jury may only sit for 18 months or so. State grand juries sit for varying terms: Depending on the state, a particular grand jury may sit for a month, six months, or even a year.
Unlike trial jurors, though, grand jurors don't convene every day. State practice varies, but a state grand jury might sit twice a month, or even only once a month. Sometimes, the grand jury doesn't convene unless a prosecutor asks it to, because the prosecutor has cases he or she wants the grand jury to hear.
Unlike trial juries, grand juries don't decide if someone is guilty of criminal charges that have been brought against them. Grand juries listen to evidence and decide if someone should be charged with a crime. They don't have to show that Dunn and Adkins are guilty of possession of deviant material, only that there is enough evidence that they should be arrested.
Given the volume of material found (more than 100,000 thus far), indictments are likely.
The Grand Jury can ask questions and can see video, audio and transcripts. This is why each appearance on television or radio can be significant. Below is recent coverage on The Nancy Grace Show. After one particularly embarrassing appearance, Billie Dunn has not been back on the show since. After the release of the child pornography and bestiality, it may be that she does not want to return to the show. Note in the transcripts that Statement Analysis is in bold type.



ASAREZ: I`m Jean Casarez of "In Session," in for Nancy Grace. We spoke with police minutes before airing this show tonight, and they are alleging to us that thousands of deviant acts have been found on a family computer in the Hailey Dunn case. We grew to know and love Hailey Dunn after Christmas this last year when she went missing. They`re also telling us that those deviant acts include child pornography and bestiality.

I want to go out to Michael Board, reporter of WOAI Newstalk radio in San Antonio. Michael, you yourself have just gotten off the phone with police. What are they telling you?

MICHAEL BOARD, WOAI NEWSTALK RADIO (via telephone): Yes, this is the Mitchell County Sheriff`s Department here in Texas. And these images that we`re talking about, these were found on a computer in Shawn Adkins`s mother`s home, and also on a memory stick, one of these little portable memory sticks, in the home where Hailey actually lived. What they found on these, like you said, a little bit over 100,000 deviant pictures, child pornography, bestiality.

You know, we knew Shawn Adkins was the only suspect in this case, in the disappearance of Hailey Dunn, the kidnapping, as police call it, of Hailey Dunn. We now get a better idea. Who the heck needs 108,000 pictures of such trash? It`s amazing how many pictures they found on here. But it does give us a lot better idea of why this man is being called a suspect in this case
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Even when media reports on child pornography and bestiality, words such as "trash" enter into the language. The rhetorical question, "who the heck needs 108,000 pictures...?" shows the level of disdain associated with child pornography and bestiality.

CASAREZ: And more or less, Michael Board, possession of child porn, that`s a crime. Let`s go...

BOARD: Two to twenty years in Texas.



2 to 20 years per image.

CASAREZ: OK. Alexis Weed, NANCY GRACE producer, OK, let`s go through this step by step. First of all, we know at the end of January, investigators seized a computer out of Shawn Adkins`s home. Now, he`s the live-in boyfriend, was the live-in boyfriend of Billie Dunn, the mother of Hailey Dunn. So what are we learning was found on that computer?

ALEXIS WEED, NANCY GRACE PRODUCER: Well, we know it was a Dell computer seized, as you said, from the mother of Shawn Adkins`s home. On this computer, like Michael Board said, Jean, 108,498 pictures depicting deviant acts, according to the sheriff of Mitchell County. Also, this memory stick and a CD, 320 images, videos, pornographic in nature.

CASAREZ: All right. And we want to show everybody a memory stick. This was found in the dresser drawer of Billie Dunn. Everybody, this is a memory stick. It`s a flash drive. They call it that, too. It`s what you use in a computer to actually get images to the computer to download or to put them on your memory disk. And then, of course, a CD. We all know what that looks like. But this was also found in the home where Hailey Dunn lived. And authorities are saying they are now taking this to prosecutors to see if charges should be filed.



Other reports state that there were more memory sticks taken by police, and that Adkins was known to have them on him most of the time. It is likely that the number of images reported will rise as police continue to dissect the computer and go through the memory sticks. Several reports state that images of children 10 and younger were found. Police would present evidence that would not leave jurors wondering if the imagery was of youths that were close to legal age. The images would be of pre pubescent children so that no mistake is made; and the images would be real, not computer generated.


When child pornography is discovered, efforts are made to locate victims as the material is traced back to its source. Due to the constant trading and selling of such material, world wide, this is a daunting challenge.

I want to go back to Michael Board, reporter, WOAI Newstalk radio. What else can you tell us?

BOARD: All this information is being passed on to the district attorney in this case. Of course, the police can only gather the evidence. All that evidence taken to a district attorney. It will go before a grand jury.

If the grand jury gives their thumbs up to this case, it`s likely Shawn Adkins, maybe even Billie Dunn, because the memory stick was found in her home -- she might even face charges in this case. She might not have downloaded it. They might not know who had gotten -- who was on the computer when the kiddie porn was downloaded. But because it was found in her home, it might be a fact that she might face charges in this. And in Texas, possession of child pornography, if you`re found guilty either by a jury or by a judge, it could mean a sentence of 2 to 20 years.

CASAREZ: And Billie Dunn tonight is denying to us that she knew what was on that or had any part in any computer image that was found on the computer or the memory stick.



Note that on the one particular memory stick, it may be that child pornography was not found on it; but in terms of knowledge of it: Statement Analysis concluded that Billie Dunn, herself, is likely involved in the actual video, as a participant in the pornography.

We are taking your calls live. To Jen in Colorado. Hi, Jen.

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Hi, Jean. Thank you for taking my call.

CASAREZ: You`re welcome.

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: I was wondering if they know if there are any photos of Hailey on that memory stick or CD, or if they could see any surroundings on the CDs or memory sticks?

CASAREZ: Well, you know, Jen, with 108,000-some-odd images, they`ve got a lot to go through.



Child faces are sometimes redacted.

I want to go to Pat Brown, criminal profiler. They are not releasing what is shown on all of those images, but Pat Brown, you can better believe they`re looking at them.

PAT BROWN, CRIMINAL PROFILER: Oh, yes. We`re talking -- here`s the problem. We`re talking about a desire to have extreme excitement, like with extreme sports, instead of just going for a walk, you jump off a mountain. This is extreme perversion. Instead of just playing around with a little weird sex, you got to go to worse and worse and worse levels of perversion to get any kind of titillation out of it. And it might go as far as messing with Hailey.

Those who view child pornography pose a risk to children.



Was Hailey a victim of the twisted desires of those who viewed this material?



CASAREZ: I`m Jean Casarez of "In Session," in for Nancy Grace. Police are alleging to us tonight that thousands of images have been found on a computer in Shawn Adkins`s mother`s home in addition to that of child pornography and bestiality and a memory stick and a CD seized from the home of Hailey Dunn. Now, what does all this mean? This means that we want to know where Hailey Dunn is. And this evidence may help us find out where Hailey Dunn is, missing since December 27th, the high school cheerleader, middle school cheerleader, of Colorado City, west Texas.

I want to go out to Marc Klaas. Marc, you spent a lot of time with Billie Dunn. We know that this flash drive, CD, was found in her home, the flash drive in her dresser drawer. Law enforcement telling us they may go to the grand jury now with this. What are your thoughts? She was not named a suspect, just Shawn Adkins.

KLAAS: Well, first of all, we have to be very clear that we`re dealing now with multiple crime scenes. Not only is Hailey Dunn missing, but that computer that was taken from the mother`s house is a crime scene. That flash drive that has child pornography on it is a crime scene, as is the CD. And all of these people are involved in this.

Klaas Kids is very clear. We tell every family of a missing child, number one, to tell the truth, number two, cooperate with law enforcement, and number three, come clean about absolutely everything. That was not followed in this case, and the repercussions are grand. They`re huge because everything that`s going on now really is detracting from the one goal that everybody should be focusing on, which is finding Hailey Dunn. Billie should be ashamed of herself for holding back information that she`s had all of this time
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The Grand Jury will be able to see transcripts from this show, and from each interview given by both Dunn and Adkins. This is why defense attorneys do not allow their clients to speak.


Shawn Adkins is scheduled to be on Blog Talk Radio tomorrow night at 7PM.

Statement Analysis of his interview will follow.


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PostSubject: Was Hailey Part of Child Trafficking?   Thu Mar 10, 2011 8:42 am

Was Hailey Part of Child Trafficking?




After being invited to speak in Dallas and getting an education on child sex trafficking in our country, it seems that Clint Dunn has changed his mind again.

Originally, he suspected Shawn Adkins.

Things did not add up for him, especially when he went to Billie Dunn's home just before searching and found her on the couch watching her favorite TV shows. He then saw that not only was Billie not interested in searching for their daughter, neither was her boyfriend, Shawn Adkins. When Clint spoke about Shawn, he began to have his suspicions grow.

But then he went to media to tell them that Shawn was innocent. This made headlines.

Now he says he can't bear the thought of what Adkins may have done to Hailey.

Could Hailey have been sold into the child sex trafficking ring?

It's not likely.

From the earliest days, Billie Dunn spoke of Hailey in the past tense, slipping out this verbal indication that she knew Hailey was dead.

Even people who say that someone is "dead to me"; that is, an emotional divorcing from the person, do not use past tense because they do not believe the person physically dead.

Had Billie Dunn and Shawn Adkins sold her into the sex trade industry, her mother would have spoken, only, in terms of present tense, instinctively.

Hailey Dunn's mother told the public, in early January, that Hailey was dead and she, Billie Jean, knew this for a fact. This is why Billie and Shawn didn't search.

Next, we have the "Sleepover Story" in which Billie Dunn told the world that Shawn called her to tell her that Hailey left, about 3PM, to stop at Clint's, but then go on to a friend's house to sleep over but "never made it there and never spent the night" (notice the extra words Billie used: she "never made it there" would mean that she could not have "spent the night" but repeatedly, Billie added these words indicating that these words did not come from memory, but were rehearsed.)

This story showed deception.

But would it be that Shawn deceived Billie?

Answer: No, Billie 'owned' this story, linguistically, as her own, and not only showed signs of rehearsal, but embellished details on her own, which indicated that, like all lies, it was a fabrication. In a fabrication, there is no sensory recall, (experiential memory).

Billie Dunn, herself, was deceptive about the story. Had this story been concocted by Adkins, Billie Dunn would have repeated it entering into his language, his descriptions only. Instead, we found deception, not only in her story, but:

in her time line.

Her time line shows deception, itself, not simply regarding the ATM machine and drug purchasing, but Statement Analysis concluded that she was deceptive about "seeing" Hailey the next morning when she said "I did not touch her" (That Billie Dunn did not "touch" her is true; the deception is found in that she wants the public to believe that Hailey was sleeping and this "pacified" her.

Why would Hailey sleeping, like any other morning, "pacify" a mother?

This itself indicates her deception.

In deceptive accounts, emotions are placed in the logical, or "perfect" part of a story, just as it would be if a book had been written years later.

It takes time to process emotions.

In truthful accounts, the emotions are placed well later, after the event. When emotions are found perfectly placed, it is an indication of deception. This was originally taught by Avinoam Sapir of LSI, and later confirmed in studies quoted by Dr. Susan Adams' "Indications of Veracity."

1. Language: Statement Analysis concluded deception from Billie Dunn, within her own words.

2. Behavioral: Others who study behavioral indicators found Dunn to be displaying guilty behavior, including her refusal to search and her intense interest in marketing herself.

3. Body Language: Those who, like Dr. Glass, who study body language concluded deception from Billie Dunn.

The additional information regarding Billie Dunn and Shawn Adkins' obsession with deviancy, including blood lust (the arousal by Dunn and Adkins while watching others hurt, tortured, or even killed), Child pornography and Bestiality, only add to the likelihood that Hailey Dunn died in a violent, deviant manner, and may have been disposed of in a similar manner.

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PostSubject: Clint Dunn: Statement Analysis of Blog Talk Radio   Thu Mar 10, 2011 5:20 pm

Clint Dunn: Statement Analysis of Blog Talk Radio




Note that Statement Analysis is in bold type.
Note that some indicators of sensitivity are highlighted without comment, using both bold type and italics.

Host: Clint can you tell me what happened in Dallas and what you learned?

Clint Dunn: well It really touched me down there because I mean, you realize how many people does this happening to?

Host: What was the focus of the conference?

Clint Dunn: this umm.. Trafficking kids in America you know there's 100,000- 300,000 kids in America being trafficked every year. And you know this is a question that I had asked, and I've asked a lot of people and I haven't got the answers yet. I want to know how many kids are being recovered out of that hundred to 300,000 kids a year, how many are being recovered, you know, do you all know the answer to that?

Host: If you do not recover someone within 72 hours, it becomes very difficult to recover them.

Clint Dunn: That's some of the stuff that I looked up on it too, and that's why some of the laws they need to be revised because Hailey was pronounced a runaway for the first almost a week so they didn't even look for her. They, they was, they thought she'd run away. They didn't even care. So there's some laws that need to be changed, you know, during all this also. And you know, what do I know about Hailey right now? I don't know because the police doesn't tell me crap, so I have no idea. I mean, I have to, I have to go to the news and through the media to find out information about my daughter.


Host: I have had parents who have lost loved ones who can't hold onto a job and end up on disability. It devastates their life for the rest of their life. They cannot function at all.

Clint Dunn: Not only them but their families and their friends also. I haven't got a friend or a family member that's ever gonna be the same.

Family/friends from Billie Jean Dunn/Shawn Adkins' side had warned Clint not to speak against Billie Dunn/Shawn Adkins stating that they would retaliate with information, and made claims against him stating that he refused to work to support his family and feigned back ailments to smoke marijuana while maintaining a vigorous martial arts program for himself.

This appeared to cease after the release of child pornography possession claims by police because it is something so egregious that any complaint against Clint Dunn will pale in comparison to child pornography.

Host: It affects you for life. Clint you have a valid complaint. And you have a valid reason we need to help find Hailey.

Clint Dunn: I'm so worried that she's been trafficked out of the United States, like you said, what's my odds in getting her back and you know what I feel is that I just have to let this nation know that we have to do something. We cannot ignore this. It's not population control. If that's what the government, government looking at it, probably, I don't know what's going on, why isn't the nation doing anything about this. It should be very important. I mean people can't wait for it to happen to them or to happen to their best friend, or to their little brother or something.

Host: There's been some things that come out since we last talked, the memory stick the pornography, the bestiality, how are you feeling now?

Clint Dunn: Well, somebody's gotta rot in hell, you know, and you ain't gotta beat around the bush with the questioning, you can ask me whatever you want. I know what's gonna be asked and that's what I feel somebody's has got to pay the price. Okay for that and umm.. The,, I mean I really I'm so baffled about this. I mean, how has it been two months that they've know about this information and and still nobody's in jail. There's a serious crime and they're letting people just just live their lives and possibly do this even more. There's things about this case that baffle me so much. Why have they not done something about this and then plus specially if they think Shawn's the person that did it, They.. Put him in jail. That's, that's where they gonna break him at. I mean if somebody has got child porn downloaded on their computer. They're gonna rot in hell. And, But right now they need to be put in prison for a very long time.

Note the hesitancy throughout to put any blame or responsibility on Billie Dunn. In spite of claims to no longer be united, the "we" is still employed and Clint Dunn stays away from directly implicating her in spite of his previous claims of child abuse against her.

Note that police have said that Clint Dunn does not stay in contact with them.

Host: Who would that person be in your eyes?

Clint Dunn: See, I don't know, I mean, you know what I guess it's gotta be Shawn.
Note that Clint Dunn originally suspected Adkins, then later, reconciled with Billie Dunn and made the public statement that Adkins was innocent. Here, his opinion has changed.

Host: Has your opinion changed about Shawn, since this is new stuff has come out?

1:15:20

Clint Dunn: Well When my daughter comes home. She's not going back to that house , I mean, I got to say it like that, you know, but I, I got it. I pray to God that Shawn didn't do nothing. And I, I don't look at it a lot because when, when I, I think about Shawn wrapping his arms around my daughter's neck and, and doing some to her, you know that, that would destroy my life. I can't focus on that crap right now and and I got, I got to keep hope alive that Hailey's out there somewhere alive that, that, that something else has happened here. And so everybody's "what d'ya think about Shawn?" "What d'ya think about Billie?" you know. Me and Billie, We haven't been on the same page since this has started you know that's why were going through a divorce. You know ,we kept it together for a lot of years just for the kids, but you know, were not on the same page from the beginning, anyways. So I'm, I'm out here all by myself doing this. You know I don't have. I don't have I'm not with nobody. I'm not affiliated. I'm solo, is how I feel you know, I feel like I'm the strongest voice that Hailey's got and I'm just out there doing my thing.


Note that Clint Dunn was previously able to identify the indicators of abuse and neglect in Hailey's life while living with Billie Dunn and Shawn Adkins, .

Host: Why would you say wrapping his arms around Hailey's neck?


Note the listening skill required to ask this question

Clint Dunn: He, I was just trying to give you an example about some of the thoughts that go through my mind every day. Every day I , I think of the, the the black van the pulls over and grabs my daughter or, or, or this nasty guy that just jumps out and gets her. I mean I have so many things going through my mind every single day all day. It just consumes me and I can't let one, one in particular thing, what everybody else is thinking. What 90% of the public is thinking. I can't let that consume me, do you know what I mean if I did, if I let that consume me, then I would have gave up two months ago, I would not have looked for my daughter nowhere else in these fields in between Snyder and Ccity.

Host: I respect that. I know that no one can be in your shoes right now. You are the father and no one can feel what you're feeling but know that you have support.

Clint Dunn: I know I do gotta lot of love out there and I just I wish that I could show my appreciation to, to all the prayers and the support and just people that just walked up to me and touches me and that is you know God bless you . You know that are praying for me. I just want to thank all y'all. And, just and I'm on my knees right now, just given my appreciation to y'all.

Host: Did you take a polygraph?

Clint Dunn: No. No, I haven't taken a polygraph. They've told me from the very beginning that I'm not a suspect and they have no reason to look at me and I told them very beginning. Hey you need to do what you need to do, put me in the polygraph or do whatever but clear me that way. We can find out what's going on . But they've known from the beginning that that I'm not nobody to look at, so I haven't done a polygraph or anything.


Note that Clint Dunn said that he was told by police that he was not a suspect; yet is angry and critical of police in their investigation: this is indicative of innocence on his part, just as Statement Analysis concluded that Clint Dunn did not have any part in his daughter's disappearance. The apparent contradiction of emotions and sentiment is a signal of veracity. He feels no need to 'thank' police for not being suspicious of him. This is an expected response from an innocent parent, as well as lashing out against them. It is due to many factors, but chiefly it is from frustration that Hailey is not home.


His behaviors and his statements agree that Clint Dunn did not cause nor was involved in his daughter's disappearance; nor is he part of a cover up of those who did.

Host: And where were you the day that she went missing ?


Note that every "i is dotted" and every "t is crossed" and this is a good question. Clint had previously said that on that day, Billie attempted to implicate him to police.

Clint Dunn: I was at home. I was in my apartment, and I didn't leave all day long. My back was, I had , had back spasms that day, my back was tore up. But I didn't leave the apartment all day long. I was there all day.


Note repeated "I" in short, choppy sentences indicated high level of emotion regarding the day. Generally, short sentences flow from emotion whereas longer sentences tend to be more logical. In analysis, the longest sentence in a statement should be highlighted and checked carefully. Here, what took place that day is sensitive, not because Hailey went missing (this is the normal emotional response and is the reason why when asked if he had anything to do with her disappearance, he was able to answer a highly emotional question without sensitivity indicators)

Note the repetition of unnecessary information shows sensitivity: "I didn't leave the apartment all day. I was there all day" indicates that something happened that day which is linked to the leaving of the apartment. Follow up questions would have likely showed what it was that caused him such strong emphasis on not leaving the apartment that day.

Host: Clint what is going on between you and Billie now?

Clint Dunn: Well, a week before the affidavits, these last affidavits came out, we got together we decided that we was gonna be, you know, real tight in the public's eye because were working on this together to get our daughter back and, you know, it just, it seems like, like she's standoffish a little bit and so, and then affidavits come out and we just haven't talked since. I mean It's, it's been like this the very first time. Also, when The first affidavits come out, we was starting to work together on this and the affidavits come out, scares me to death, so I don't wanna go nowhere. You know, what am I to do? I mean It just scares me to death, and there's some, some stuff going on that was wrong. And so, I, I can't. I can't, really back her play up a whole bunch right there. I can't have her back a whole bunch right there, when she's got all this stuff going on and, and so I just separate myself from that situation and then and try not to focus on, on that having anything to do with Hailey too much, I mean there's no need for me to focus real hard right there. It's Obviously, the police are focused right there. Okay, so I'm trying to focus everywhere else.


As long as "we" shows up in his statements, we may conclude that he is still being cautious about what he reveals about Billie Dunn. Pronouns are instinctive and tell us much. There is still a "we" between him and Billie Dunn; some form of agreement. It may be the agreement not to speak against her as he did early on, even if he is not speaking with her currently.

Host: You believe that the police are doing everything they can to help in this situation at this time.

Clint Dunn: Man there, Like I said, from the first as a father I feel like nobody's doing enough. That you know I feel like I'm not doing enough that you're not doing enough. Of course I feel like the police are not doing enough. I really do. I mean, I can't lie. I'm not gonna beat around the bush. That's how I feel. So that the police are not doing enough I feel like they're mostly focusing on Shawn and they're not looking nowhere else, and you know, the first 72 hours, yeah. Your chances are bad. But everyday that passes after that it just keeps getting worse and worse. 'Cause after a few years, your kids not gonna remember you.


Criticism of police: personal projection of abdication, as well as frustration and fear over what happened to Hailey.

Clint reported that Hailey lived in danger for more than 2 years under Billie Dunn and Shawn Adkins, naming specific things about the hazardous living.

Hailey was not removed from the dangerous situation.

Clint Dunn was critical of the police from the beginning, sighting what he felt was a lack of action. This is a sensitive issue for the subject. Police have known early on, from Billie's words that Hailey was deceased and this was known by Billie Dunn. She and Shawn failed the polygraph, specifically about two issues:

1. What happened to Hailey;
2. Where Hailey could be found

Focusing upon the two main suspects, Shawn Adkins and Billie Dunn, would help the police locate Hailey.

The morning that Billie Dunn said she "peeked" in at Hailey, but "did not touch her" and was "pacified"; Hailey was dead. These words are unusual, but indicate that she did not touch the dead body, and the inclusion of emotions at this very moment ("pacified") indicate deception. This was first recognized by Avinoam Sapir, of the Lab of Scientific Interrogation (LSISCAN.com) and later confirmed in studies done which were used in Dr. Susan Adam's paper on Veracity in Statements. Emotions take time to process and are found after the account; not during. We saw this used often by Tiffany Hartley, even in a 'step by step' dramatic telling of thoughts and emotions that sounded more like a Hollywood script than a credible statement of a woman stunned by the murder of her husband. The conclusion: Tiffany Hartley deceptive about the shooting of her husband, David Hartley, on Falcon Lake.

The same principle is applied to all statements. Emotions are often included in truthful statements (depending on how much time has passed since the critical event) but they are not found in the logical or 'perfect' place in the statement, but afterwards.

Had Hailey Dunn been sold into child sex ring, her mother would not have used any past tense wording in her statements. These past tense references slipped into the deceptive mother's statement, instinctively, indicating knowledge of Hailey's death.

Human trafficking is a distraction from reality allowing the subject to believe that Hailey may be yet alive. It can be a coping mechanism for acute guilt.

Regardless of guilt he may feel over not protecting her from Adkins and Billie Dunn, Clint is not the one who caused her demise. Many parents feel guilt over choices they made, including Desiree Young, mother of Kyron. But like Desiree, Clint is not responsible for what others did, just as Desiree is not responsible for the actions of Terri Horman.

Host: What is your interest in the human trafficking?

Clint Dunn: That's, that's what I fear the most right now. Okay, that's I mean, if, if Shawn did something well then that's done with. Or if somebody done something then that done with if. If Hailey's runaway and she's in a hotel room, well that would be great, to tell you the truth I would love that, that to be the case. But human trafficking. This is where she has got a be treated ,treated worse than livestock she's gonna be hurt when I get her back. It's gonna be so hard to get her back to being normal. I don't know what's going to be going on and so I'm, I'm very, that's my worst nightmare is for this human trafficking now. OK that's how I gotta look at it. That's what I don't want to be going on and thats happening in American were all so blind to it. I didn't never know nothing about it. I didn't never even care and like I said, this is changed my life I will never be the same and I'm just, I'm gonna find out, I'm gonna find things to do to change, change some stuff here in America to make our children safer.

Host: You just went to a conference. What was the conference about?

Clint Dunn: You talking about Where I met Congresswoman Granger at the 911?
1:24:00

Host: Yes

Clint Dunn: Yeah yeah, it was about human trafficking. You know They they gave us a lot of stats of human trafficking in America and how much it is happening in America, that we're not just realizing it. People think it's only happening in Brazil and Mexico and Russia. No It's happening here in America too and just more things need to be done. Laws need to be changed.

Host: Is that what led you to believe that Hailey's been human trafficked ?

Clint Dunn: Well, look at her. She's beautiful. Blue, hazel eyes. Actually her eyes change colors. she's got blue eyes. Sometimes they're brown. Sometimes their green. Sometimes their hazel. They really change a lot and she's got blonde hair. She's just, she's beautiful. She would be a pick for, for them, for that trade.



Clint Dunn: I want everybody to, we need searchers at the at the Civic Center in Colorado city, you know bring your ID, be over 18 years old, you know, just keep praying for Hailey, keep putting flyers up and don't forget, don't forget about my daughter. And don't forget about other kids in America, this is happening to. And protect your kids.

"I love you, too"





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PostSubject: Billie Dunn: A "Person of Interest"   Thu Mar 10, 2011 11:43 pm

Thursday, March 10, 2011


Billie Dunn: A "Person of Interest"



Billie Dunn's "memorial tattoo" of Hailey.


Billie Dunn is a Person of Interest in the Disappearance of her daughter, Hailey Dunn, and police no longer need that kept under wraps.

In fact, many within the law enforcement community are tired of her lies and her slander of them.


So was the message from "Bring Them Home Now" on Blog Talk Radio.

Thursday night, Billie Dunn appeared on Bring Them Home Now radio program, perhaps for the last time.

Rachel opened the show by announcing that she had been directed by law enforcement not to have them on the program again, yet in the moments before the show started, Billie was calling in.

Bee Herz had contacted Peter Hyatt stating that there was a Green Light given to speak out the truth of what has taken place in the quest for Justice for Hailey.

Bee said that there are two persons of interest only in the disappearance of Hailey Dunn, and that one of them lied to her, directly.

In an emotional moment, Bee pleaded with Billie Dunn to stop lying, and to go to law enforcement and tell them where Hailey is. Bee was particularly hurt by this case as she desperately wanted to believe that Hailey was alive, and that Billie had nothing to do with it.

In speaking with the District Attorney, as well as remaining open minded about the points of deception from both Billie and Shawn, Bee broke.

There is always a feeling of deep betrayal in a lie. Bee felt it intensely. She had admired Billie coming on the show but as the day unfolded for her, she learned more detail into the case; details she didn't want to believe.

Here, it was coupled with the acute emotional distress of knowing a 13 year old little girl was "out there" and had been throughout the cold months of January and February.

Rachel too spoke of the emotional impact, promising to never forget Hailey, willing to name a mare of hers after Hailey.

It has touched us all.

Shawn Adkins taunted law enforcement by telling them, "you should be looking at me and Billie" and law enforcement responded by doing just that: looking and listening.

Billie said that she was sick of what she was hearing but then said that she hadn't heard anything.

She said she had not been with Shawn Adkins for two weeks since having a "talk" with police, yet was seen with him yesterday. She claimed to have not spoken to police for the past two weeks, but after a long pause, said she spoke to them just today.

They revealed "nothing", she said.

Billie became the most agitated when she was asked about Shawn seeking a plea deal. It is something she could not bear: betrayal. From earliest childhood, it has been all she has known and this caused her to show the most emotion.

Statement Analysis has shown Billie Dunn to be deceptive and as more facts have come out, the analysis has been confirmed.

She is now left with few choices, and even fewer supporters.

It may have been that Bee was her last connection with media where she could continue to peddle her stories.

When Bee broke from the emotion of it all, it may be that this last avenue of access for Billie broke with it.

Bee just wants Billie to tell law enforcement where Hailey is.

Billie had told Bee that she was broken up with Shawn, and wasn't choosing a man over her child.

Statement Analysis said: Billie isn't being truthful. Billie is using the instinctive pronoun, "we" to describe herself and Shawn. So when it was confirmed that Billie and Shawn are still together, even in public, Bee was able to see how a person's words give them away.

She said she felt foolish, but she shouldn't feel so.

She wanted to believe that Billie would not choose a man, a perverted violent man at that, over her own child because that is how Bee, herself thinks.

It isn't how Billie thinks.

Billie is calloused.

That's all.

Rachel made it clear from the start: the program is about bringing home Hailey and if this means questioning Shawn and Billie, then so be it.

Bring them home now.

As Billie continues to harden her stance and digs in her heels, she needs to remember:

Law enforcement, including the District Attorneys office are made up of men and women; many of whom are parents.

They are human beings.

They care about justice for Hailey.

They don't care that Billie has brought in the national media to their small community. They've got their hands full with what this investigation has yielded, but one thing should be remembered by Billie and Shawn:

These people care about justice for Hailey.

They are not going to be intimidated by media, nor Billie's attempts to manipulate anyone.

Tomorrow: Statement Analysis of the program's transcripts.


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PostSubject: Billie Dunn Speaks To Peter Hyatt Analysis of Interview   Fri Mar 11, 2011 11:46 am

Friday, March 11, 2011

Billie Dunn Speaks To Peter Hyatt Analysis of Interview



Please note that all parties are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. No one has been charged with the disappearance of Hailey Dunn and all speculation is private opinion based upon the statements of those involved in the case, as well as information released by media and by the police. The opinions expressed here, on Blog Talk Radio, and by commentators are private opinions and do not represent any law enforcement, agency or group.

Billie Dunn speaks to Peter Hyatt on "Bring Them Home Now" on Blog Talk Radio, March 10. 2011

Billie Jean Dunn speaks to Peter Hyatt on Bring Them Home Now -March 10 2011
Statement Analysis is in bold type. Any additional bold type is used for emphasis.

Host: Hello Billy.

Billie Jean Dunn: Hi

Host: Billy are you on the air with us?

Billie Jean Dunn: yeah

Host: Hello and We are here with Peter Hyatt tonight, and it sounds like you have some background feed can you turn down your computer, Please.

Billie Jean Dunn: I don't have a computer.

Host: Okay. Are you next to someone with a phone that's listening into the show?

Billie Jean Dunn: No

Host: Well we have a lot of new things that are going on, what's going on Billie?

Billie Jean Dunn: I don't know

Host: We have Peter here tonight and I would like for Peter to ask you a couple of questions

Billie Jean Dunn: okay

Host: are you okay with that?

Billie Jean Dunn: Not really

Peter Hyatt: Would you be okay if I asked you some questions, Billie? The first question I have for you is what would bring you onto the show tonight?

Billie Jean Dunn: Because Bea asked me to be here .

Peter Hyatt: To what purpose?

Billie Jean Dunn: umm.. I think just because she needed to fill the slot and I was told we were gonna talk about Hailey and we were gonna talk about the search.

Note that "the search" could either be specific to a date, or it could be a general reference to the ongoing search for Hailey.

Peter Hyatt: And do you feel this is off-topic?

Note that the sources of information for locating Hailey are the last two people to see and be with her: Billie Dunn and Shawn Adkins. This is as "on topic" of finding Hailey as possible.

Billie Jean Dunn: Yeah

Peter Hyatt: Why do you think folks want to talk about you or about Shawn?

Billie Jean Dunn: What was that?

Peter Why do you think that people want to talk about you and Shawn?

Billie Jean Dunn: Because, I guess 'cause Shawn was the last one to see her. Shawn didn't go to work that day. and I stood behind Shawn for a little bit.

a. Note that she "stood" behind Shawn. When "sit, stand, stood, standing, etc" enter language, it is an indication of tension. "Guess" shows weakness in that she knows precisely why "folks" (questions from chat room) and "people" (2 hosts 1 guest) want to ask about her and Shawn.

b. note "a little bit" is minimizing language. She recently spoke of him with the pronoun "we" indicating cooperation and unity. She has been seen in public with him in the past 48 hours, verified by law enforcement.

Also note that she says Shawn didn't go to work that day, however police have verified that he went to work for long enough to quit his job, and it was important to Shawn that everyone know that cameras at work should place him, and hi coveralls there. This is a sensitive topic for Billie Jean and for Shawn.

"standing behind" may imply protection, Billie may feel that she was standing behind Shawn as he was protecting her, and her involvement in Hailey's disappearance.

Peter Hyatt: Are you still standing behind him now?

The interviewer should strive to use the subject's own language whenever possible and attempt to avoid introducing new topics or words. Here, "standing" is a reflected word back to the subject.

Billie Jean Dunn: No!

Peter Hyatt: Why not?

Billie Jean Dunn: umm.. Just because I talked to law enforcement a little bit more.

Note that "because" indicates a level of sensitivity as does the question "why not"? within itself.

"Just" is reduction; as in the "only" reason she is not with him is because she "talked" to law enforcement "a little bit more" indicating prior discussion.

Note attempt to minimize with both phrases, "just" and "a little bit more" as if she needed "a little bit more" information in order to break off with Adkins.

Billie Jean was told early in the investigation that Shawn was involved, and that was not enough for her to break ties with him. Shawn was named a "suspect" and that was not enough either. Now that Billie has talked to police "a little bit more", she would like for us to believe that she is not with Shawn Adkins anymore.







Peter Hyatt: Okay. Has that been recently?

Billie Dunn speaks in vague language; talking "a little bit" etc.

This question is an attempt to get her to commit to a specific time frame.

Billie Jean Dunn: umm.. Probably about two weeks.

Peter Hyatt: Okay Billie do you know that I believe that you weren't truthful when you were on the Nancy Grace show? Do you know where I stand with those things?

compound question to be avoided; this allows her to pick and choose which to answer. Although they are similar, it is still a compound question.

Billie Jean Dunn: Yeah, I've heard you said a lot of things that weren't true that you misread me a lot.

Note "a lot of things that weren't true" but not 'everything' you said wasn't true. Billie states that she has "heard" this, but does not commit for first hand knowledge of it.

Note that "you misread me a lot" is present tense. Since not everything is untrue, the subject should be given opportunity to clarify, specifically, what is true, and what is not true:

Peter Hyatt: Okay. Would you tell me what things are or not true?

Billie Jean Dunn: umm.. Probably nothing you said was true I don't really listen to you though I've never listened to one of your shows.

The question was designed to get Billie to commit to a specific "untrue" spoken. Since this is her assertion, she would be able to describe, precisely, what was untrue. She said "I don't really listen to you"; contains the qualifier "really". So she does listen, but only not "really".

Note: "I've never listened to one of your shows" has no qualifier and is likely truthful: she has not listened to the show. This allows Billie to speak for herself, and identify what is true, and what is not. Billie does not tell us that she hasn't read the analysis of her many interviews.

Since the question is: 'what isn't true?' and she does not answer the question, in Statement Analysis, we can conclude that the question itself is sensitive.

Billie Dunn is unable to identify any analysis that is untrue.

Peter Hyatt: Okay, I have a couple questions for you that if you're comfortable answering, I would appreciate an answer for. Shawn expressed some concerns in his appearance that you would seek a plea deal.

Why would Shawn be concerned about that?

Billie Jean Dunn: I don't know umm..

This refers back to Shawn's appearance on the show.

Peter Hyatt: He said that it would destroy his life

This is an attempt to get her to answer the question of concern

Billie Jean Dunn: I don't believe he did. I have no reason to.

She stated that she didn't believe he did; but it is not clear if she didn't believe he said he was concerned, or that she does not believe he has reason to be concerned, or that she does not believe he accepted a plea deal, so clarity is sought:

Peter Hyatt: You have no reason to what?

Billie Jean Dunn: To accept a plea deal.

This would have been a prefect opportunity for Billie to tell us that she had no involvement in Hailey's disappearance. An innocent person would be able to say "I didn't do it" freely in their speech, and one would think that when facing questions about accepting a plea, it would be an appropriate time to make it known that the subject had no involvement. Note Billie's inability to state a strong, clear denial.

Note that neither Billie nor Shawn have told us "I didn't do it" in an open statement (that is, when they weren't being questioned directly about it).

Peter Hyatt: No, what I'm saying is Shawn. Shawn said that if you were to accept a plea deal. He used the word destroy I think it was, that it would destroy him, destroy his life. Why do you think it would destroy his life?

Billie Jean Dunn: umm.. I don't know. I haven't thought about it because like I said I have no reason to.

Note that as she had not thought of it, the idea is still presented for comment. Note the increased sensitivity with the self reference "like I said".

This indicates that she does not want to answer the question and is another form of avoidance allowing for the same conclusion:

Seeking a plea deal is a highly sensitive topic to Billie Dunn. It should be, since Shawn's language last week confirmed his and Billie's involvement in Hailey's disappearance, and that if Billie makes his involvement known, his life would be ruined.

Peter Hyatt: No reason to think of it?

Billie Jean Dunn: Right

Peter Hyatt: You think that Shawn has anything to do with Hailey's disappearance?

Billie Jean Dunn: umm.. I don't know.

Peter Hyatt: Would you be willing to go to prison for him or with him if he did?

A question like this is not rhetorical. It is important to ask questions that the subject can easily deny. Why? Because it allows us to see if the denial will stand on its own, or if it will be followed by sensitivity. When Clint was asked if he had anything to do with his daughter's disappearance, he said "no" and during a pause, he added nothing. Here we can listen to her answer with every single word after "no" significant:

Billie Jean Dunn: No, that's ridiculous. You know what? If you thought that somebody hurt your daughter would you be willing to go to prison for them or stick up for them?

Note that "no" is a strong denial. Then she speaks:

"that's ridiculous" is added to the denial. But it goes further:

"you know what?" is now answering a question with a question, indicating sensitivity of the question:

"If you thought" is 2nd person; not "if I thought". 2nd person is a weakened assertion

"that somebody" is gender neutral; Shawn is a male

"hurt" The assertion has been that Hailey is deceased, Billie knows it, and that Shawn may have caused it. Note that "hurt" is a minimization from "killed"

"your daughter" is not "my daughter" nor is it "Hailey" but it is "your daughter"

would you be willing to go to prison for them" is second person.

Note now that the question was about prison but Billie goes further in her answer, beyond prison when she adds in the words "or stick up for them?"

This indicates that not only does she see the possibility of going to prison for him, but it is because she is sticking up for him. These additional words are essential to our understanding of what is going on inside the mind of Billie Dunn.

She is dug into her position; not only in the face of prison, but in her thinking, there is something associated with prison: "sticking up" for the "somebody" who "hurt" Hailey. Also note that Billie already told us that she "stood behind" Shawn.

An attorney, friend, or family member may be able to change her mind, or it may take Adkins himself seeking a plea, but as of the moment she spoke these words, she has contemplated prison but is still sticking up for Adkins.

Peter Hyatt: I wouldn't.

Billie Jean Dunn: Exactly.

Peter Hyatt: What did you think about Shawn's involvement with the child pornography?

Billie Jean Dunn: Well, I don't know what to think about that either, so, I mean, I know that it was there, I know that somebody looked at it.

Note that child pornography is not something people generally need to contemplate. Note that she "knows" that "somebody" looked at it.

In Statement Analysis, we seek to enter into the linguistic personal subjective dictionary that each subject possesses. She said "somebody" looked at it. "Somebody" is gender neutral. In Billie Dunn's personal, internal, subjective dictionary, where else has she used the term, "somebody"?

"Somebody hurt your daughter" in the answer above.

Peter Hyatt: Do you know the number of images that were found?

Billie Jean Dunn: No, I know there were a lot of altogether pornography, a lot.

The number has been on line and in every media account and is so large that it is spoken of regularly. Note that she repeats the word "a lot" showing sensitivity. Her initial denial is "no" which is strong, but then she immediately weakens her denial with repetition. Note also the change of language: rather than reflect the Interviewer's language, ("images") she says "altogether pornography". This should be explored further. Billie doesn't separate child pornography or beastiality from other forms of pornography.

Peter Hyatt: Do you know that was 109,000 images what they called deviant images?

Because her denial showed sensitivity, the specific question is asked, using a specific number. This highlights why the words following "no" undermine the initial denial and show deception. She denied knowing how many were on there, but because her denial showed deception, the specific question it asked for a specific response. This response would show if she was deceptive as Statement Analysis concluded:

Billie Jean Dunn: Yeah

She did know how many images were on it. This is why she first denied knowing, but Statement Analysis showed deception and here she admits the deception. Whether in small matters or large, deception shown is vital in an investigation. If a subject is willing to be deceptive, the willingness must be viewed carefully. In her deception is a willingness to "stick up" for the "somebody" who "hurt" Hailey.

Our words reveal us.

Peter Hyatt: Okay, that what that tells you and I think you should know that really well. That tells law enforcement that type of downloading isn't done easily. It isn't done quickly. It takes a long time to accumulate that, a massive amount. I haven't heard of that amount anywhere, and I think that as long as you're willing to protect him that perhaps you're going to end up arrested with him. Where is you have a chance at this point to do that which is right and go to law enforcement and tell them what you know. Billie there was a reason why you failed the polygraph and they understand that, and…

Billie Jean Dunn: Right! I was just told that Shawn probably had something to do with my daughter's disappearance. I was just basically told that my daughter was probably murdered! And when I failed it, My brother failed it, Shawn failed it. No I didn't believe it!

Note that she now says that she was just told that Shawn "probably" had something to do with my daughter's disappearance. Note that this would not cause her to fail a polygraph and police dispute her account of what took place.

Also note that earlier Billie told us that she "stood behind" Shawn for a time. Here, Billie tells us that very early in the investigation, police told her that Shawn probably had something to do with Hailey's disappearance and that Hailey was murdered. Billie has answered her own question about willingness to stick with someone who would "hurt" her daughter.

Also note that Billie was just "basically told" that her daughter was "probably murdered", which shows sensitivity. It would be interesting to know what the police told her early on, or if these words crept into Billie's language as a result of her personal knowledge of what happened to Hailey.

Peter Hyatt: Okay when you take a polygraph, It measures your emotional response and then let's say you're really emotional about something like that…

Billie Jean Dunn: … And I've talked to many, many professional polygraphers. Many. I've had many call me.

Note the repetition of "many" used 4 times indicating sensitivity. This indicates that she did not have "many" polygraphers call her and she is being deceptive. Note also the change from "talked to" to "called me"; this also indicates deception. When someone is speaking from experiential memory, they do not have a need to change language. Language changes for two reasons:

1. Change of reality. We have seen this in many various ways. "Oh that girl was keeping us up all night, dancing, partying, carrying on in the dorm. The woman didn't go to bed until 3AM!" Here, the "girl" became a "woman" at 3AM when she went to bed. This is an indication of sexual activity by the subject.

2. Deception. Language changes in deceptive people simply because they do not speak from experiential memory. This is taught to children: lying is hard because it is difficult for us to keep track of the 'facts' as we presented them. Therefore, the language change, if not justified by a change in reality, shows deception.

Peter Hyatt: And what do they tell you?

Billie Jean Dunn: They've told me all the same things. I shouldn't of been told that and then asked to take a polygraph. That's number one they came out of everybody's mouth. There's no way I should have been told that and then asked to go back and take a polygraph.

Note that her daughter was missing when she took a polygraph, meaning that her emotions would be impacted. This means that if she had been told about Shawn's involvement before the polygraph, her emotions would have been impacted. What does this mean?

The emotional impact would be evident in her responses: all of them.

Under emotional duress:

a. Do you live at 100 Anywhere Street? Answer: emotion high, score 7 no deception indicated

b. Is your name Billie Jean Dunn? Answer: emotion high, score 7 no deception indicated

both of these questions would be impacted by what she just heard about Shawn. The test continues:

c. Did you cause Hailey's disappearance? Answer: emotion high score 10 deception indicated

d. Do you know where Hailey is? Answer: emotion high score 10

deception indicated

This only means that the entire test score would be elevated but it still shows a normal base line, no matter how high or low, and a change in breathing, perspiration, heart rate and blood pressure on the questions she failed.

Billie Dunn is being deceptive about failing her polygraph.

Also note that on the Nancy Grace show, Billie claimed that she failed the polygraph because she was told that Shawn failed his polygraph, then we learned that he hadn't taken a polygraph yet. Now Billie states that she failed because she was told that Shawn was involved in the disappearance. Billie fabricated the story about Shawn failing a polygraph before he even took one.

Peter Hyatt: Have you taken another polygraph?

Billie Jean Dunn: And another thing is antianxiety medicine will cause you, it can cause you to have a false test, show deception, not help you to pass it, make you fail it!

Note that Billie Dunn introduced the topic of anti anxiety medicine.

Note that Billie Dunn stated that it will cause "you" not her, to "have a false test"

Note that Billie Dunn just admitted why she took anti anxiety medicine before the test, as police stated that she was sent home the first time because she was under the influence:

"help you to pass it"

Note that the topic was failing the test, and here, anti anxiety medicine, she learned, will not help pass it, revealing her reason for taking it before the first test.

Billie Dunn had a reason to need help passing the test. She planned to be deceptive.

Billie Dunn has a reason why she failed the polygraph: She was deceptive.

Billie Dunn was administered the polygraph by a seasoned veteran polygrapher.

Host: Billie,

Billie Jean Dunn: What? What

Host: Where's Shawn tonight?

Billie Jean Dunn: umm.. I don't know.

This is not something that Rachel believed.

Host: Why is he not on the show?

Billie Jean Dunn: I don't know! I mean I guess you'd have to ask him.

Note that he may have been with her for this phone call, as it was confirmed that they had been together, daily.

Peter Hyatt: Had you seen him in the last two weeks?

Note that this specific time frame is used because it was offered by Billie originally. This is a question using her language. She stopped being with him two weeks ago because that is when she spoke to police. By asking if she had seen him in the last two weeks, it causes her to possible lie about a lie.

Statement Analysis: It is almost impossible for a person to lie about a lie.

This is why we ask:

Have you told us the truth? and then

Why should we believe you?

Statistically, it is virtually impossible for a person to lie, and then lie about their lie. Billie stopped seeing Shawn 2 weeks ago because she spoke to law enforcement. This is established as a lie by witnesses. Would she be able to lie about a lie?

Billie Jean Dunn: Yeah, he's come by to get his things too..

Statement Analysis: A liar will not lie about a lie. It is something that the liar's brain does not want to process. It is a difficult subject, pyschologically, but statistically, it bears out. She will only commit to the vague answer "he's come by" (which is different than "he came by", indicating this is ongoing).

Peter Hyatt: Have you seen him in the last 48 hours?

Billie Jean Dunn: No

Peter Hyatt: You've not seen him in the last 48 hours?

Billie Jean Dunn: No

She does not add to her strong denial, and remained silent. This means she is either telling the truth, which means the witnesses are lying.

Peter Hyatt: If someone said that they've seen you in the last 48 hours with them. They would be lying?

Billie Jean Dunn: I guess

Her weak response: she could not commit to her denial and state that they must be lying.

Peter Hyatt: I want to ask about the polygraph again if I could: what questions did you fail?

Billie Jean Dunn: I believe all of them.

Note that she "believes" and not that she failed all of them. When someone says they "believe", they leave room for another person to "believe" something different. This qualifier is likely needed because she did not fail all the questions: she failed specific questions about Hailey, but likely did not fail the baseline establishment.

Host: what questions did they ask you umm..

Billie Jean Dunn: They asked if I caused Hailey's disappearance umm.. There were two others pertaining to Hailey

Note that within her words is framed "I caused Hailey's disappearance". She could have worded this in other ways but did not. It is either an embedded confession, or she is attempting to enter into the language of the polygrapher.

Peter Hyatt: Was one of the questions would you knew of where Hailey was presently

Billie Jean Dunn: I think so,

Peter Hyatt: And you failed that one?

Billie Jean Dunn: I think so.

It would be interesting to know what the police told her about her polygraph. If they did not refer to specific questions when they told her that she failed, and Billie "thinks" that she failed this question, it would be clear that it is her own knowledge about Hailey's disappearance and location that caused her to think that she failed this question.

Peter Hyatt: You take anti-anxiety medication that's going to lower your baseline for answering questions whether they ask you questions about your address or they ask you questions about your daughter is going to impact all those questions how many times were you given the polygraph?

Billie Jean Dunn: once

Note that this is technically truthful: she took one polygraph. She went to take the first, but was deemed to be under the influence of narcotics (which she indicated she took to help her pass), so this was the 2nd polygraph, but she did not "take" the first.

Peter Hyatt: and have you offered to take another one?

Billie Jean Dunn: Yeah

Note that Billie Dunn answers in the affirmative: she offered to take another but she does not tell us that, she only says "yeah"

Note that it is stressful to lie, but it is less stressful to lie on "yes or no" questions.

host and what did they say?

The question is simple. The offer was made in the past and the host asks: What did they say? (past tense question)

Billie Jean Dunn: They were talking about it because I was offered one from the FBI and I told them there's no way I would take another one. And now I've now that I've told them I have. I don't know where I stand but I would definitely take another one through not from the same man

Deception indicated. She said she refused it with the words, "there's no way" contradicting what she previously reported.

"and now, and now" repetition showing sensitivity

"told them I have" is an incomplete sentence. An incomplete sentence means the subject has deliberately stopped the sentence in order to withhold the information.

Note that she "would" but not from the same man.

In this short answer, Billie tells us that "there's no way" she would take a polygraph, that she "doesn't know" where she stands (tension), and that she would definitely take a polygraph.

The original polygrapher was from the State, not FBI, and is a seasoned experienced professional.

Peter Hyatt: Would you take one through the Texas Rangers?

Billie Jean Dunn: As long yeah

Note that this is an incomplete sentence indicating that she is withholding information. A pause allowed her to finish her sentence but when she didn't, it was asked again:

Peter Hyatt: as long as what?

Billie Jean Dunn: As long as it wasn't the same man

Peter Hyatt: Would you take one through the FBI

The concern is 'polygrapher shopping' going from test to test to test attempting to pass one, or finding one who will report "inconclusive" as a final report.

Billie Jean Dunn: Yeah

Host: What is it gonna take for you to help law enforcement find Hailey?

Billie Jean Dunn: It's not gonna take anything.

This is a truthful statement: Billie Dunn answered it instinctively and it is survival: there is nothing that is going to cause her to assist law enforcement in finding Hailey.

She has not searched for Hailey.

She has not cooperated with law enforcement in their attempt to locate Hailey.

This should lead us to conclude that finding Hailey is likely going to yield clues as to the cause of death. Billie cannot abide this and each day she is not found, Billie said previously, "is a good day" for her. This confirms what she said previously.

Peter Hyatt: You're not gonna assist in the recovery of your daughter?

this is not a good question, phrased in the negative but was an emotional question asked.

Billie Jean Dunn: Of course if I can I will.

Note that "of course" is used when a subject wants something accepted without question, yet she attaches the qualifier: "if I can"

This indicates that she is limited in what she can do and her assistance to law enforcement is conditional. Most parents of missing children say that they will do any and everything, unconditionally, to help law enforcement.

Peter Hyatt: And you spoke to law enforcement, what did you say, about two weeks ago.

Note the attempt to pin her down to a specific time frame. Parents of missing children measure discussion times with law enforcement in "hours" not in days, nor weeks. They pester law enforcement, practically camping out and often call on the hour.

Why haven't you spoken with them within the last two weeks?

Billie Jean Dunn: I have.

Peter Hyatt: When did you speak to them last then?.

another attempt to get her to be specific. She is vague and must be asked direct questions.

Billie Jean Dunn: today.

This is new information and the next question will be specific to this information:

Peter Hyatt: And what did they reveal to you today?

Billie Jean Dunn: They didn't reveal anything to me.

Note that she said they didn't reveal anything...to me. Who did they reveal information to? Or, is what they told her today nothing that was "revealed" to her, because it was information that she already knew.

Peter Hyatt: Did you reveal anything to them?

Missed opportunity to ask: Who did they reveal information to?

Billie Jean Dunn: No.

Note that she spoke to them "today"; they revealed nothing, and she revealed nothing. Yet, earlier she told us that her talking to the police has caused her to no longer stand behind Shawn.

Peter Hyatt: In all that you gone through. And it's obviously been traumatic, what do you think was the worst thing that has happened?

Billie Jean Dunn: Well, obviously my daughter is missing

Note that "well" is used to pause to think but "obviously" is similar to "of course" where the subject wants something to be taken without question. This question is asked because on Billie Dunn's previous interview, she talked about Shawn cheating on her, using more passion than any other topic that she has been asked about. Her voice inflection and increase of words showed that the topic of being cheated upon was the single most emphatic topic to her. In it, she showed more emotion about Shawn cheating than she did about Hailey's disappearance.

Peter Hyatt: And since that time?

Billie Jean Dunn: Ireally can't think about anything else but that.

Note that "really" indicates that she is able ("can") and has thought about other things than "that"

Peter Hyatt: Okay, because I heard you talking on a lot of those subjects on radio and I heard some real passion in your voice. Were there other things that have been bothering you lately?

Billie Jean Dunn: Umm.. Idiot people's opinions bother me. I mean it just pisses me off that people think my life isn't horrible enough, lots of things bother me. That somebody I know could've hurt my daughter, lots of things.

Billie already told us that she "really can't think about anything" other than Hailey being missing, which is not reliable. Now Billie tells us what else she thinks about: herself and her image. Billie is angry that her life is horrible, and "lots of things" bother her. "Lots of things" is repeated and is sensitive.

Billie frames "somebody I know could have hurt my daughter." Somebody is gender neutral and seeks to conceal the identity of the person who "hurt" Hailey. Also, "hurt" is minimizing language, especially in light of Billie's earlier statement that police told her that Hailey was "possibly murdered." This statement suggests that Billie knows who was responsible for Hailey's disappearance.

Peter Hyatt: You entertain that…

Billie Jean Dunn: ..my daughter being missing

Peter Hyatt: Okay Are you concerned about Shawn accepting a plea?

Billie Jean Dunn: No, I'm not!

Peter Hyatt: Why not?

Billie Jean Dunn: Why would I be?

Note that when a subject answers a question with a question, the original question is a highly sensitive one: this shows that Shawn considering a plea is highly sensitive to her. It was asked because of her emotional reaction to Shawn betraying her with other women (including in the pornographic video Billie made) and Shawn accepting a plea would be to betray her again. This is the indication of high sensitivity.

This is another example of a perfect opportunity for Billie to tell us that she isn't worried because she has no involvement in Hailey's disappearance and/or death. Billie doesn't tell us that, but rather resorts to throwing a question back at her interviewer, as a way of avoiding the question.

Peter Hyatt: Because I think that he'll end up revealing information about the deceptive answers that you gave on Nancy Grace, for instance. The deceptive answers that you have given on this program…

Billie Jean Dunn: Stupid ass..

Perhaps it's better than the alternative.

Bea: Peter, Peter, this is Bea, this is Bea. Billie, first of all, I learned some things today. I know that you've lied to me and I'm very upset. I'm just begging you to do the right thing. You don't have to.. Just Do the right thing. Can you hear me Billie please?

Rachel: Billie are you still there? Billie are you still on the line?

Peter Hyatt: I think she's going to hang onto the sinking ship until it finally goes under and I think were going to see some movement in this case within the next few weeks, perhaps even before the grand jury convenes.

And there's going to be people and Billie if you're still listening, there's going to be people on that grand jury who will see the same deception that everyone else has seen and they are people just like you or me that are listening to these things and it doesn't add up and there going to see the drug use, and they're going to see the child pornography.

They're going to see the abusive environment that was Hailey's life and they're not going to be happy and I think you have a chance to redeem just a part of your life even if it's just for David right now, at this point. Where you must be honest about Shawn and what happened and more than anything else. If you expect to gain anyone's sympathy anywhere you must let everyone know where Hailey can be found. They know about the the New Year's Evetime, they know about the lack of searching, they know about the lies that were told, they know about the drug use. They know about the lies about meeting with Shawn this week. They know that you are a suspect and yet you tell people that you are not a suspect. It's time to come clean.

It's time to redeem whatever's left inside of you that still has any maternal instinct left. You owe that much to Hailey. This wasn't fair to her. She had her whole life ahead of her. I know that you had a very difficult life. I know that you had a tragic life. I know that the things that happened to you as a child shouldn't happen to any child, but you must stand up and do the right thing at this point. You can't continue to hurt people and deceive. It's time for Hailey's sake. If you have any modicum of love for her, it's time.

"It's a perfect time for anything to happen" Bob Dylan



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PostSubject: Billie Dunn Speaks To Peter Hyatt Analysis of Interview   Fri Mar 11, 2011 11:47 am

Friday, March 11, 2011


Billie Dunn Speaks To Peter Hyatt Analysis of Interview





Please note that all parties are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. No one has been charged with the disappearance of Hailey Dunn and all speculation is private opinion based upon the statements of those involved in the case, as well as information released by media and by the police. The opinions expressed here, on Blog Talk Radio, and by commentators are private opinions and do not represent any law enforcement, agency or group.































Billie Dunn speaks to Peter Hyatt on "Bring Them Home Now" on Blog Talk Radio, March 10. 2011

Billie Jean Dunn speaks to Peter Hyatt on Bring Them Home Now -March 10 2011







Statement Analysis is in bold type. Any additional bold type is used for emphasis.







Host: Hello Billy.







Billie Jean Dunn: Hi







Host: Billy are you on the air with us?







Billie Jean Dunn: yeah







Host: Hello and We are here with Peter Hyatt tonight, and it sounds like you have some background feed can you turn down your computer, Please.







Billie Jean Dunn: I don't have a computer.







Host: Okay. Are you next to someone with a phone that's listening into the show?







Billie Jean Dunn: No







Host: Well we have a lot of new things that are going on, what's going on Billie?







Billie Jean Dunn: I don't know







Host: We have Peter here tonight and I would like for Peter to ask you a couple of questions







Billie Jean Dunn: okay







Host: are you okay with that?







Billie Jean Dunn: Not really







Peter Hyatt: Would you be okay if I asked you some questions, Billie? The first question I have for you is what would bring you onto the show tonight?







Billie Jean Dunn: Because Bea asked me to be here .







Peter Hyatt: To what purpose?







Billie Jean Dunn: umm.. I think just because she needed to fill the slot and I was told we were gonna talk about Hailey and we were gonna talk about the search.







Note that "the search" could either be specific to a date, or it could be a general reference to the ongoing search for Hailey.




Peter Hyatt: And do you feel this is off-topic?







Note that the sources of information for locating Hailey are the last two people to see and be with her: Billie Dunn and Shawn Adkins. This is as "on topic" of finding Hailey as possible.







Billie Jean Dunn: Yeah







Peter Hyatt: Why do you think folks want to talk about you or about Shawn?







Billie Jean Dunn: What was that?







Peter Why do you think that people want to talk about you and Shawn?







Billie Jean Dunn: Because, I guess 'cause Shawn was the last one to see her. Shawn didn't go to work that day. and I stood behind Shawn for a little bit.







a. Note that she "stood" behind Shawn. When "sit, stand, stood, standing, etc" enter language, it is an indication of tension. "Guess" shows weakness in that she knows precisely why "folks" (questions from chat room) and "people" (2 hosts 1 guest) want to ask about her and Shawn.

b. note "a little bit" is minimizing language. She recently spoke of him with the pronoun "we" indicating cooperation and unity. She has been seen in public with him in the past 48 hours, verified by law enforcement.




Also note that she says Shawn didn't go to work that day, however police have verified that he went to work for long enough to quit his job, and it was important to Shawn that everyone know that cameras at work should place him, and hi coveralls there. This is a sensitive topic for Billie Jean and for Shawn.




"standing behind" may imply protection, Billie may feel that she was standing behind Shawn as he was protecting her, and her involvement in Hailey's disappearance.













Peter Hyatt: Are you still standing behind him now?







The interviewer should strive to use the subject's own language whenever possible and attempt to avoid introducing new topics or words. Here, "standing" is a reflected word back to the subject.







Billie Jean Dunn: No!







Peter Hyatt: Why not?







Billie Jean Dunn: umm.. Just because I talked to law enforcement a little bit more.







Note that "because" indicates a level of sensitivity as does the question "why not"? within itself.

"Just" is reduction; as in the "only" reason she is not with him is because she "talked" to law enforcement "a little bit more" indicating prior discussion.

Note attempt to minimize with both phrases, "just" and "a little bit more" as if she needed "a little bit more" information in order to break off with Adkins.

Billie Jean was told early in the investigation that Shawn was involved, and that was not enough for her to break ties with him. Shawn was named a "suspect" and that was not enough either. Now that Billie has talked to police "a little bit more", she would like for us to believe that she is not with Shawn Adkins anymore.







Peter Hyatt: Okay. Has that been recently?







Billie Dunn speaks in vague language; talking "a little bit" etc.







This question is an attempt to get her to commit to a specific time frame.







Billie Jean Dunn: umm.. Probably about two weeks.










Peter Hyatt: Okay Billie do you know that I believe that you weren't truthful when you were on the Nancy Grace show? Do you know where I stand with those things?







compound question to be avoided; this allows her to pick and choose which to answer. Although they are similar, it is still a compound question.







Billie Jean Dunn: Yeah, I've heard you said a lot of things that weren't true that you misread me a lot.







Note "a lot of things that weren't true" but not 'everything' you said wasn't true. Billie states that she has "heard" this, but does not commit for first hand knowledge of it.

Note that "you misread me a lot" is present tense. Since not everything is untrue, the subject should be given opportunity to clarify, specifically, what is true, and what is not true:




Peter Hyatt: Okay. Would you tell me what things are or not true?







Billie Jean Dunn: umm.. Probably nothing you said was true I don't really listen to you though I've never listened to one of your shows.







The question was designed to get Billie to commit to a specific "untrue" spoken. Since this is her assertion, she would be able to describe, precisely, what was untrue. She said "I don't really listen to you"; contains the qualifier "really". So she does listen, but only not "really".

Note: "I've never listened to one of your shows" has no qualifier and is likely truthful: she has not listened to the show. This allows Billie to speak for herself, and identify what is true, and what is not. Billie does not tell us that she hasn't read the analysis of her many interviews.







Since the question is: 'what isn't true?' and she does not answer the question, in Statement Analysis, we can conclude that the question itself is sensitive.







Billie Dunn is unable to identify any analysis that is untrue.




Peter Hyatt: Okay, I have a couple questions for you that if you're comfortable answering, I would appreciate an answer for. Shawn expressed some concerns in his appearance that you would seek a plea deal.







Why would Shawn be concerned about that?







Billie Jean Dunn: I don't know umm..







This refers back to Shawn's appearance on the show.







Peter Hyatt: He said that it would destroy his life







This is an attempt to get her to answer the question of concern







Billie Jean Dunn: I don't believe he did. I have no reason to.







She stated that she didn't believe he did; but it is not clear if she didn't believe he said he was concerned, or that she does not believe he has reason to be concerned, or that she does not believe he accepted a plea deal, so clarity is sought:







Peter Hyatt: You have no reason to what?







Billie Jean Dunn: To accept a plea deal.




This would have been a prefect opportunity for Billie to tell us that she had no involvement in Hailey's disappearance. An innocent person would be able to say "I didn't do it" freely in their speech, and one would think that when facing questions about accepting a plea, it would be an appropriate time to make it known that the subject had no involvement. Note Billie's inability to state a strong, clear denial.

Note that neither Billie nor Shawn have told us "I didn't do it" in an open statement (that is, when they weren't being questioned directly about it).










Peter Hyatt: No, what I'm saying is Shawn. Shawn said that if you were to accept a plea deal. He used the word destroy I think it was, that it would destroy him, destroy his life. Why do you think it would destroy his life?







Billie Jean Dunn: umm.. I don't know. I haven't thought about it because like I said I have no reason to.







Note that as she had not thought of it, the idea is still presented for comment. Note the increased sensitivity with the self reference "like I said".

This indicates that she does not want to answer the question and is another form of avoidance allowing for the same conclusion:

Seeking a plea deal is a highly sensitive topic to Billie Dunn. It should be, since Shawn's language last week confirmed his and Billie's involvement in Hailey's disappearance, and that if Billie makes his involvement known, his life would be ruined.







Peter Hyatt: No reason to think of it?







Billie Jean Dunn: Right







Peter Hyatt: You think that Shawn has anything to do with Hailey's disappearance?







Billie Jean Dunn: umm.. I don't know.







Peter Hyatt: Would you be willing to go to prison for him or with him if he did?







A question like this is not rhetorical. It is important to ask questions that the subject can easily deny. Why? Because it allows us to see if the denial will stand on its own, or if it will be followed by sensitivity. When Clint was asked if he had anything to do with his daughter's disappearance, he said "no" and during a pause, he added nothing. Here we can listen to her answer with every single word after "no" significant:




Billie Jean Dunn: No, that's ridiculous. You know what? If you thought that somebody hurt your daughter would you be willing to go to prison for them or stick up for them?







Note that "no" is a strong denial. Then she speaks:

"that's ridiculous" is added to the denial. But it goes further:

"you know what?" is now answering a question with a question, indicating sensitivity of the question:

"If you thought" is 2nd person; not "if I thought". 2nd person is a weakened assertion

"that somebody" is gender neutral; Shawn is a male

"hurt" The assertion has been that Hailey is deceased, Billie knows it, and that Shawn may have caused it. Note that "hurt" is a minimization from "killed"

"your daughter" is not "my daughter" nor is it "Hailey" but it is "your daughter"

would you be willing to go to prison for them" is second person.







Note now that the question was about prison but Billie goes further in her answer, beyond prison when she adds in the words "or stick up for them?"







This indicates that not only does she see the possibility of going to prison for him, but it is because she is sticking up for him. These additional words are essential to our understanding of what is going on inside the mind of Billie Dunn.







She is dug into her position; not only in the face of prison, but in her thinking, there is something associated with prison: "sticking up" for the "somebody" who "hurt" Hailey. Also note that Billie already told us that she "stood behind" Shawn.










An attorney, friend, or family member may be able to change her mind, or it may take Adkins himself seeking a plea, but as of the moment she spoke these words, she has contemplated prison but is still sticking up for Adkins.







Peter Hyatt: I wouldn't.







Billie Jean Dunn: Exactly.










Peter Hyatt: What did you think about Shawn's involvement with the child pornography?







Billie Jean Dunn: Well, I don't know what to think about that either, so, I mean, I know that it was there, I know that somebody looked at it.







Note that child pornography is not something people generally need to contemplate. Note that she "knows" that "somebody" looked at it.







In Statement Analysis, we seek to enter into the linguistic personal subjective dictionary that each subject possesses. She said "somebody" looked at it. "Somebody" is gender neutral. In Billie Dunn's personal, internal, subjective dictionary, where else has she used the term, "somebody"?







"Somebody hurt your daughter" in the answer above.




Peter Hyatt: Do you know the number of images that were found?







Billie Jean Dunn: No, I know there were a lot of altogether pornography, a lot.







The number has been on line and in every media account and is so large that it is spoken of regularly. Note that she repeats the word "a lot" showing sensitivity. Her initial denial is "no" which is strong, but then she immediately weakens her denial with repetition. Note also the change of language: rather than reflect the Interviewer's language, ("images") she says "altogether pornography". This should be explored further. Billie doesn't separate child pornography or beastiality from other forms of pornography.










Peter Hyatt: Do you know that was 109,000 images what they called deviant images?







Because her denial showed sensitivity, the specific question is asked, using a specific number. This highlights why the words following "no" undermine the initial denial and show deception. She denied knowing how many were on there, but because her denial showed deception, the specific question it asked for a specific response. This response would show if she was deceptive as Statement Analysis concluded:







Billie Jean Dunn: Yeah







She did know how many images were on it. This is why she first denied knowing, but Statement Analysis showed deception and here she admits the deception. Whether in small matters or large, deception shown is vital in an investigation. If a subject is willing to be deceptive, the willingness must be viewed carefully. In her deception is a willingness to "stick up" for the "somebody" who "hurt" Hailey.







Our words reveal us.










Peter Hyatt: Okay, that what that tells you and I think you should know that really well. That tells law enforcement that type of downloading isn't done easily. It isn't done quickly. It takes a long time to accumulate that, a massive amount. I haven't heard of that amount anywhere, and I think that as long as you're willing to protect him that perhaps you're going to end up arrested with him. Where is you have a chance at this point to do that which is right and go to law enforcement and tell them what you know. Billie there was a reason why you failed the polygraph and they understand that, and…







Billie Jean Dunn: Right! I was just told that Shawn probably had something to do with my daughter's disappearance. I was just basically told that my daughter was probably murdered! And when I failed it, My brother failed it, Shawn failed it. No I didn't believe it!










Note that she now says that she was just told that Shawn "probably" had something to do with my daughter's disappearance. Note that this would not cause her to fail a polygraph and police dispute her account of what took place.




Also note that earlier Billie told us that she "stood behind" Shawn for a time. Here, Billie tells us that very early in the investigation, police told her that Shawn probably had something to do with Hailey's disappearance and that Hailey was murdered. Billie has answered her own question about willingness to stick with someone who would "hurt" her daughter.




Also note that Billie was just "basically told" that her daughter was "probably murdered", which shows sensitivity. It would be interesting to know what the police told her early on, or if these words crept into Billie's language as a result of her personal knowledge of what happened to Hailey.







Peter Hyatt: Okay when you take a polygraph, It measures your emotional response and then let's say you're really emotional about something like that…







Billie Jean Dunn: … And I've talked to many, many professional polygraphers. Many. I've had many call me.







Note the repetition of "many" used 4 times indicating sensitivity. This indicates that she did not have "many" polygraphers call her and she is being deceptive. Note also the change from "talked to" to "called me"; this also indicates deception. When someone is speaking from experiential memory, they do not have a need to change language. Language changes for two reasons:







1. Change of reality. We have seen this in many various ways. "Oh that girl was keeping us up all night, dancing, partying, carrying on in the dorm. The woman didn't go to bed until 3AM!" Here, the "girl" became a "woman" at 3AM when she went to bed. This is an indication of sexual activity by the subject.







2. Deception. Language changes in deceptive people simply because they do not speak from experiential memory. This is taught to children: lying is hard because it is difficult for us to keep track of the 'facts' as we presented them. Therefore, the language change, if not justified by a change in reality, shows deception.




Peter Hyatt: And what do they tell you?







Billie Jean Dunn: They've told me all the same things. I shouldn't of been told that and then asked to take a polygraph. That's number one they came out of everybody's mouth. There's no way I should have been told that and then asked to go back and take a polygraph.







Note that her daughter was missing when she took a polygraph, meaning that her emotions would be impacted. This means that if she had been told about Shawn's involvement before the polygraph, her emotions would have been impacted. What does this mean?







The emotional impact would be evident in her responses: all of them.







Under emotional duress:







a. Do you live at 100 Anywhere Street? Answer: emotion high, score 7 no deception indicated

b. Is your name Billie Jean Dunn? Answer: emotion high, score 7 no deception indicated







both of these questions would be impacted by what she just heard about Shawn. The test continues:







c. Did you cause Hailey's disappearance? Answer: emotion high score 10 deception indicated

d. Do you know where Hailey is? Answer: emotion high score 10

deception indicated













This only means that the entire test score would be elevated but it still shows a normal base line, no matter how high or low, and a change in breathing, perspiration, heart rate and blood pressure on the questions she failed.







Billie Dunn is being deceptive about failing her polygraph.




Also note that on the Nancy Grace show, Billie claimed that she failed the polygraph because she was told that Shawn failed his polygraph, then we learned that he hadn't taken a polygraph yet. Now Billie states that she failed because she was told that Shawn was involved in the disappearance. Billie fabricated the story about Shawn failing a polygraph before he even took one.







Peter Hyatt: Have you taken another polygraph?







Billie Jean Dunn: And another thing is antianxiety medicine will cause you, it can cause you to have a false test, show deception, not help you to pass it, make you fail it!







Note that Billie Dunn introduced the topic of anti anxiety medicine.

Note that Billie Dunn stated that it will cause "you" not her, to "have a false test"







Note that Billie Dunn just admitted why she took anti anxiety medicine before the test, as police stated that she was sent home the first time because she was under the influence:







"help you to pass it"







Note that the topic was failing the test, and here, anti anxiety medicine, she learned, will not help pass it, revealing her reason for taking it before the first test.







Billie Dunn had a reason to need help passing the test. She planned to be deceptive.







Billie Dunn has a reason why she failed the polygraph: She was deceptive.







Billie Dunn was administered the polygraph by a seasoned veteran polygrapher.
















Host: Billie,







Billie Jean Dunn: What? What







Host: Where's Shawn tonight?







Billie Jean Dunn: umm.. I don't know.







This is not something that Rachel believed.







Host: Why is he not on the show?







Billie Jean Dunn: I don't know! I mean I guess you'd have to ask him.







Note that he may have been with her for this phone call, as it was confirmed that they had been together, daily.







Peter Hyatt: Had you seen him in the last two weeks?







Note that this specific time frame is used because it was offered by Billie originally. This is a question using her language. She stopped being with him two weeks ago because that is when she spoke to police. By asking if she had seen him in the last two weeks, it causes her to possible lie about a lie.







Statement Analysis: It is almost impossible for a person to lie about a lie.







This is why we ask:







Have you told us the truth? and then







Why should we believe you?







Statistically, it is virtually impossible for a person to lie, and then lie about their lie. Billie stopped seeing Shawn 2 weeks ago because she spoke to law enforcement. This is established as a lie by witnesses. Would she be able to lie about a lie?







Billie Jean Dunn: Yeah, he's come by to get his things too..







Statement Analysis: A liar will not lie about a lie. It is something that the liar's brain does not want to process. It is a difficult subject, pyschologically, but statistically, it bears out. She will only commit to the vague answer "he's come by" (which is different than "he came by", indicating this is ongoing).










Peter Hyatt: Have you seen him in the last 48 hours?







Billie Jean Dunn: No







Peter Hyatt: You've not seen him in the last 48 hours?







Billie Jean Dunn: No







She does not add to her strong denial, and remained silent. This means she is either telling the truth, which means the witnesses are lying.







Peter Hyatt: If someone said that they've seen you in the last 48 hours with them. They would be lying?







Billie Jean Dunn: I guess







Her weak response: she could not commit to her denial and state that they must be lying.







Peter Hyatt: I want to ask about the polygraph again if I could: what questions did you fail?







Billie Jean Dunn: I believe all of them.







Note that she "believes" and not that she failed all of them. When someone says they "believe", they leave room for another person to "believe" something different. This qualifier is likely needed because she did not fail all the questions: she failed specific questions about Hailey, but likely did not fail the baseline establishment.







Host: what questions did they ask you umm..







Billie Jean Dunn: They asked if I caused Hailey's disappearance umm.. There were two others pertaining to Hailey







Note that within her words is framed "I caused Hailey's disappearance". She could have worded this in other ways but did not. It is either an embedded confession, or she is attempting to enter into the language of the polygrapher.







Peter Hyatt: Was one of the questions would you knew of where Hailey was presently







Billie Jean Dunn: I think so,







Peter Hyatt: And you failed that one?







Billie Jean Dunn: I think so.

It would be interesting to know what the police told her about her polygraph. If they did not refer to specific questions when they told her that she failed, and Billie "thinks" that she failed this question, it would be clear that it is her own knowledge about Hailey's disappearance and location that caused her to think that she failed this question.










Peter Hyatt: You take anti-anxiety medication that's going to lower your baseline for answering questions whether they ask you questions about your address or they ask you questions about your daughter is going to impact all those questions how many times were you given the polygraph?







Billie Jean Dunn: once







Note that this is technically truthful: she took one polygraph. She went to take the first, but was deemed to be under the influence of narcotics (which she indicated she took to help her pass), so this was the 2nd polygraph, but she did not "take" the first.







Peter Hyatt: and have you offered to take another one?







Billie Jean Dunn: Yeah







Note that Billie Dunn answers in the affirmative: she offered to take another but she does not tell us that, she only says "yeah"







Note that it is stressful to lie, but it is less stressful to lie on "yes or no" questions.



















host and what did they say?







The question is simple. The offer was made in the past and the host asks: What did they say? (past tense question)







Billie Jean Dunn: They were talking about it because I was offered one from the FBI and I told them there's no way I would take another one. And now I've now that I've told them I have. I don't know where I stand but I would definitely take another one through not from the same man







Deception indicated. She said she refused it with the words, "there's no way" contradicting what she previously reported.

"and now, and now" repetition showing sensitivity

"told them I have" is an incomplete sentence. An incomplete sentence means the subject has deliberately stopped the sentence in order to withhold the information.

Note that she "would" but not from the same man.










In this short answer, Billie tells us that "there's no way" she would take a polygraph, that she "doesn't know" where she stands (tension), and that she would definitely take a polygraph.




The original polygrapher was from the State, not FBI, and is a seasoned experienced professional.




Peter Hyatt: Would you take one through the Texas Rangers?







Billie Jean Dunn: As long yeah







Note that this is an incomplete sentence indicating that she is withholding information. A pause allowed her to finish her sentence but when she didn't, it was asked again:







Peter Hyatt: as long as what?







Billie Jean Dunn: As long as it wasn't the same man







Peter Hyatt: Would you take one through the FBI










The concern is 'polygrapher shopping' going from test to test to test attempting to pass one, or finding one who will report "inconclusive" as a final report.







Billie Jean Dunn: Yeah







Host: What is it gonna take for you to help law enforcement find Hailey?







Billie Jean Dunn: It's not gonna take anything.







This is a truthful statement: Billie Dunn answered it instinctively and it is survival: there is nothing that is going to cause her to assist law enforcement in finding Hailey.







She has not searched for Hailey.







She has not cooperated with law enforcement in their attempt to locate Hailey.







This should lead us to conclude that finding Hailey is likely going to yield clues as to the cause of death. Billie cannot abide this and each day she is not found, Billie said previously, "is a good day" for her. This confirms what she said previously.










Peter Hyatt: You're not gonna assist in the recovery of your daughter?







this is not a good question, phrased in the negative but was an emotional question asked.




Billie Jean Dunn: Of course if I can I will.







Note that "of course" is used when a subject wants something accepted without question, yet she attaches the qualifier: "if I can"

This indicates that she is limited in what she can do and her assistance to law enforcement is conditional. Most parents of missing children say that they will do any and everything, unconditionally, to help law enforcement.










Peter Hyatt: And you spoke to law enforcement, what did you say, about two weeks ago.







Note the attempt to pin her down to a specific time frame. Parents of missing children measure discussion times with law enforcement in "hours" not in days, nor weeks. They pester law enforcement, practically camping out and often call on the hour.







Why haven't you spoken with them within the last two weeks?







Billie Jean Dunn: I have.







Peter Hyatt: When did you speak to them last then?.







another attempt to get her to be specific. She is vague and must be asked direct questions.







Billie Jean Dunn: today.







This is new information and the next question will be specific to this information:







Peter Hyatt: And what did they reveal to you today?







Billie Jean Dunn: They didn't reveal anything to me.







Note that she said they didn't reveal anything...to me. Who did they reveal information to? Or, is what they told her today nothing that was "revealed" to her, because it was information that she already knew.







Peter Hyatt: Did you reveal anything to them?







Missed opportunity to ask: Who did they reveal information to?







Billie Jean Dunn: No.







Note that she spoke to them "today"; they revealed nothing, and she revealed nothing. Yet, earlier she told us that her talking to the police has caused her to no longer stand behind Shawn.










Peter Hyatt: In all that you gone through. And it's obviously been traumatic, what do you think was the worst thing that has happened?







Billie Jean Dunn: Well, obviously my daughter is missing







Note that "well" is used to pause to think but "obviously" is similar to "of course" where the subject wants something to be taken without question. This question is asked because on Billie Dunn's previous interview, she talked about Shawn cheating on her, using more passion than any other topic that she has been asked about. Her voice inflection and increase of words showed that the topic of being cheated upon was the single most emphatic topic to her. In it, she showed more emotion about Shawn cheating than she did about Hailey's disappearance.







Peter Hyatt: And since that time?







Billie Jean Dunn: I really can't think about anything else but that.







Note that "really" indicates that she is able ("can") and has thought about other things than "that"







Peter Hyatt: Okay, because I heard you talking on a lot of those subjects on radio and I heard some real passion in your voice. Were there other things that have been bothering you lately?










Billie Jean Dunn: Umm.. Idiot people's opinions bother me. I mean it just pisses me off that people think my life isn't horrible enough, lots of things bother me. That somebody I know could've hurt my daughter, lots of things.




Billie already told us that she "really can't think about anything" other than Hailey being missing, which is not reliable. Now Billie tells us what else she thinks about: herself and her image. Billie is angry that her life is horrible, and "lots of things" bother her. "Lots of things" is repeated and is sensitive.




Billie frames "somebody I know could have hurt my daughter." Somebody is gender neutral and seeks to conceal the identity of the person who "hurt" Hailey. Also, "hurt" is minimizing language, especially in light of Billie's earlier statement that police told her that Hailey was "possibly murdered." This statement suggests that Billie knows who was responsible for Hailey's disappearance.










Peter Hyatt: You entertain that…







Billie Jean Dunn: ..my daughter being missing







Peter Hyatt: Okay Are you concerned about Shawn accepting a plea?







Billie Jean Dunn: No, I'm not!







Peter Hyatt: Why not?







Billie Jean Dunn: Why would I be?







Note that when a subject answers a question with a question, the original question is a highly sensitive one: this shows that Shawn considering a plea is highly sensitive to her. It was asked because of her emotional reaction to Shawn betraying her with other women (including in the pornographic video Billie made) and Shawn accepting a plea would be to betray her again. This is the indication of high sensitivity.

This is another example of a perfect opportunity for Billie to tell us that she isn't worried because she has no involvement in Hailey's disappearance and/or death. Billie doesn't tell us that, but rather resorts to throwing a question back at her interviewer, as a way of avoiding the question.










Peter Hyatt: Because I think that he'll end up revealing information about the deceptive answers that you gave on Nancy Grace, for instance. The deceptive answers that you have given on this program…







Billie Jean Dunn: Stupid ass..







Perhaps it's better than the alternative.













Bea: Peter, Peter, this is Bea, this is Bea. Billie, first of all, I learned some things today. I know that you've lied to me and I'm very upset. I'm just begging you to do the right thing. You don't have to.. Just Do the right thing. Can you hear me Billie please?







Rachel: Billie are you still there? Billie are you still on the line?







Peter Hyatt: I think she's going to hang onto the sinking ship until it finally goes under and I think were going to see some movement in this case within the next few weeks, perhaps even before the grand jury convenes.







And there's going to be people and Billie if you're still listening, there's going to be people on that grand jury who will see the same deception that everyone else has seen and they are people just like you or me that are listening to these things and it doesn't add up and there going to see the drug use, and they're going to see the child pornography.







They're going to see the abusive environment that was Hailey's life and they're not going to be happy and I think you have a chance to redeem just a part of your life even if it's just for David right now, at this point. Where you must be honest about Shawn and what happened and more than anything else. If you expect to gain anyone's sympathy anywhere you must let everyone know where Hailey can be found. They know about the the New Year's Evetime, they know about the lack of searching, they know about the lies that were told, they know about the drug use. They know about the lies about meeting with Shawn this week. They know that you are a suspect and yet you tell people that you are not a suspect. It's time to come clean.







It's time to redeem whatever's left inside of you that still has any maternal instinct left. You owe that much to Hailey. This wasn't fair to her. She had her whole life ahead of her. I know that you had a very difficult life. I know that you had a tragic life. I know that the things that happened to you as a child shouldn't happen to any child, but you must stand up and do the right thing at this point. You can't continue to hurt people and deceive. It's time for Hailey's sake. If you have any modicum of love for her, it's time.































"It's a perfect time for anything to happen" Bob Dylan



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PostSubject: Billie Dunn: An Arrest Forthcoming?   Sat Mar 12, 2011 9:49 am

Saturday, March 12, 2011


Billie Dunn: An Arrest Forthcoming?



No one has been charged in the disappearance of Hailey Dunn, and all are presumed innocent until proven otherwise in a court of law. What follows is only personal opinion and does not represent the opinions of any group, organization, nor law enforcement. The opinions expressed by the commentators are also solely the opinions of private individuals and are speculative in nature. This may not be reproduced in any form without the written permission of the author.

Is Billie Jean Dunn about to be arrested?


Billie Dunn's recent appearance on Blog Talk Radio, as well as other public statements she has made may cause us to question:


Will she be arrested soon?


An arrest for what?


In her interview on Blog Talk Radio, her position was strong: She is "standing behind" Shawn Adkins and appears to be digging in for a fight.


Two times, in the last two interviews, she became passionate.


In the entirety of these interviews, her passion was saved for Shawn, in particular, the topic of Shawn betraying her, either through having affairs with other women, or Shawn betraying her by seeking a plea bargain from the District Attorney.


This is something that Shawn Adkins must be considering, or in the least; something his family must be urging him to consider.


Billie Jean's defiance has raised a new question.


For most, speculation has been what Hailey's grandmother said she feared: sexual assault and murder by Shawn, with Dunn part of the coverup, peddling the phony story about the sleepover.


Now, some are questioning whether Billie Dunn 'lost it' that fateful night and Shawn Adkins is covering for her.


What might Billie Dunn, herself, face arrest for?


Outside of the disappearance of Hailey and outside of the child pornography possession allegations that will be heard by a grand jury soon, Billie Dunn may face arrest on other charges:


1. Drugs
2. Lying to Police
3. Child Endangerment
4. Unknown


There is a host of illegal activities swirling around this case.


Since a 13 year old child has been reported missing, we have seen:


1. Mother Exposed children to violence. This is called "Failure to Protect" where the mother took appropriate steps to protect herself and her children by calling police on Shawn Adkins who had threatened to kill the mother.


A mother does not own the right to destroy her own life. As a mother, she forfeits certain freedoms because she must protect her children. For example, she does not have the "freedom" to let someone who poses a risk to her children move in to her home. Should she do this and the State learn of it, social services will go to her door to investigate. If found to be true, they would confront the mother with the now known risk to the children. Should she choose the man over her children's safety, the social services can ask a court to remove them from the home. The mother does not have a right to expose her children to danger.


Billie Dunn took the appropriate steps to protect Hailey and David by calling the police on Shawn, as he threatened her. The courts recognize that a threat to the mother, is a threat and risk factor to the children. Even if he had only threatened her, it is a threat to the children. Police say that Adkins not only admitted threatening Billie and Clint Dunn, but threatened Hailey as well. (He threatened Hailey, but there is no report of a specific threat against David, leading us to wonder: why target Hailey, and not "the children" together?)


Then, Billie Dunn moved him right back in. Now, Hailey is missing and Adkins has failed a polygraph. She chose Adkins over Hailey. Had this been known to Child Protective Services, they might have been able to save Hailey.


She continues to choose Adkins over Hailey.


She said that she broke up with Shawn shortly after her appearance on the Nancy Grace Show, in January. Then she was caught seen with him and would admit, little by little, first to a text, then to a call...as she was seen as deceptive, she was no longer on the show.


But more recently, she said that she was choosing Hailey over Adkins. She told Bee Hertz that she was staying away from Adkins, and Bee believed her and had her on the show. But on the show, she continued to use the word "we"; the pronoun that shows connection and unity, and is instinctive in language. Bee insisted that she was not with Adkins and that she was now, finally, focusing on Hailey.


She learned that Billie had been lying all along.


Billie's behavior is nothing short of bizarre. Everything we have learned about her speaks of child abuse: drugs, exposure to violence, scarring David's back, and so on.


Her behaviors show guilt:


She reported her missing 13 year old child yet refused to search? How can this be? Is there a mother or father reading this who can say that this is anything but guilt?


Sadly, there will always be those who make an emotional conclusion and stay with it no matter what. This is what experts fear about a Casey Anthony juror: One who will say "I look into her face and can just tell she would never do anything to hurt her child!" at the complete expense of logic and reason. Remember: there are women , not just love-long men, who are sending Casey Anthony money every month, so Casey can enjoy snacks; something Caylee cannot do.


If Billie Dunn is arrested and found guilty in the disappearance of her daughter, there will still be a Billie Dunn Support Group on Facebook long after she is in prison and will be saying things like, "she was set up" or "they made her confess!" and will write letters to her pledging their lives to her. Thus is the case of Charles Manson who continues to get proposals of marriage while in prison.


Billie's behavior since reporting her child's disappearance has been anything but logical and reasonable. What does her behavior suggest?


Cocaine.


Does law enforcement now have enough evidence to effect an arrest of Billie Dunn and/or Shawn Adkins regarding drugs? Purchasing, transporting and selling? This isn't something that they would need to wait for a Grand Jury to hear.


Drugs and children do not mix.


Drug lifestyle means parties (she even hosted a New Year's Eve party rather than search for Hailey; the party life is indeed a lifestyle) and parties mean intrusions of danger into the lives, (and bedrooms) of children.


While drugs like cocaine were used in parties, what was it like for Hailey, trying to sleep, perhaps scared out of her mind over which druggie would try to enter her bedroom? Stories of her fear of Adkins during these parties are emerging. Are they just false rumors or is there truth to them?


Drugs and children do not mix.


Billie's bizarre behavior suggests cocaine, including her almost manic rise of emotions when talk of Adkins's 'betrayals' begins.


The District Attorney is sharp.


2. Lying to Police.


Do police have more information regarding lying to law enforcement? Can she be arrested for making a false report? Do they have enough evidence to show that she made a police report using deceptive language?


Is this why she attempted to get Clint to call police, when she herself was ON a phone?


In making a missing person's report, it is frustrating to police to take a report from a 3rd party. Why?


Because immediately they ask, "what was she wearing?" among other questions. They do, indeed, take the report, but then ask that the person who saw her last call right back and answer the basic questions needed to begin searching.


With the contradictions of what Hailey was wearing on that cold December day, do police have enough with charging Billie, who made the report, with lying?




3. Child Endangerment.


Police and social services have interviewed David.


I am impressed with law enforcement's refusal to get involved in building a case in the media. Like in the Casey Anthony case, they feel no need to make appearances and counter all the misrepresentations made by Billie Dunn and Shawn Adkins. They have kept quiet and have gone about their work.


They are intelligent.


They named Shawn Adkins a suspect early on, saying little else, as a tactical and strategic move and said nothing about Billie Dunn. Adkins is a talker. He likes to talk and he likes to boast and can barely contain his smirk. Billie talks, but she is desperate for information; to learn what others know. They didn't name her as a "suspect" early on, but waited and listened.


At times, she portrayed things as if she was getting updates from police.


She wasn't.


Her contact with police was minimal, especially after storming out failing the polygraph, and ripping the polygrapher.


Yet, the cause of Justice for Hailey continued.


What has David told them about the home life?


If David, now hearing how he wasn't wanted, and that Billie has all but given up custody of him, told police and social services about the drug parties and the drug lifestyle? Has David told them of the drug-fueled sex videos that were part of the home life that Hailey was subjected to?


Do they have enough information gathered to charge her with child endangerment?


4. The Unknown.


A 13 year old girl is missing. This breaks the hearts of everyone. What have we learned about this case since she went missing? Is there a common thread running through it all?


There is.


There is an element of lawlessness that runs through every aspect of this case: a disregard for decency and the laws of the land which we are all subject to.


The 'currency' of which the mother trades is counterfeit: she is deceptive, consistently, and the Statement Analysis of her shows exactly why she failed the polygraph in January.


She didn't fail because they told her anything about Shawn Adkins.
She didn't fail because of drugs.
She didn't fail because of the polygrapher.


She failed for the same reason Shawn Adkins failed: she was deceptive about what happened to Hailey and where Hailey could be found.


Period.


Think of this case logically:


A 13 year old goes missing.


She lived with her mother and mother's boyfriend. Day by day we learn:


1. Mom and Boyfriend are into drugs. This alone tells us about the missing child's life.
2. Mom and Boyfriend do not search.
3. Mom had boyfriend arrested for threatening lives.
4. Boyfriend makes homemade 'slasher' videos of violence and bloodshed
5. Mom and boyfriend into pornography
6. Child pornography is involved
7. Bestiality is involved.


Drugs, violence, deviant sex and a child is reporting missing.


Q. Why does our society suspend the driver's license of someone who has too many infractions?


A. It is because it shows a disregard of laws, and our society recognizes that someone who disregards the laws poses a danger.


There is a place for those who refuse to obey the laws of our land; a place where the people of the land can feel safe from that person:


it is in a cage, behind bars.


How many arrests have we seen in this little girl's family since she was reported missing?


To put this in perspective: how many people in your family have been arrested since December 27, 2010?


The "unknown" is the criminal and immoral activity that accompanies drug abuse.


This is all the crimes associated with drugs which carry prison terms. It can be a wide range of activities: forgery of a doctor's script, various thefts of all kinds; from pawning stolen items for drug purchasing to receiving stolen items; prostitution, assault, and so on.


Drugs: The only predictable thing about drugs is how unpredictable life will become.
Drugs and Children: The only predictable thing about drugs and children is the sorrows that await children.


Many things are done to children by those under the influence that the adults later sadly say, "If not for the drugs, I never would have done that!"


Children drugged, burnt with cigarettes (the feet are often targeted), beaten, shaken to death, battered, neglected, starved, screamed at, abandoned, sexually abused...as the drugs rob the soul of the parent, anything can happen. Billie Dunn herself knows this well.


Shawn Adkins is said to be under the control of his mother, and that Billie Dunn is attempting to control him as well. Shawn Adkins is also said to be under the control of drugs, like cocaine, which destroy from within.


If Shawn Adkins is going to save his own skin, who will he listen to?


With 109,000 deviant images thus far, he is facing the possibility of a life sentence. It only takes a single image, proven to be authentic, to face 20 years in prison.


Shawn remember this:


The judge and/or jury who hears this will be thinking of Hailey when deciding your fate about child pornography charges. If each image carries between 2 and 20 years and a decision will be made to give you one or the other, what do you think will influence them the most?


It will be Hailey.


Shawn Adkins can face those child pornography charges with Hailey missing, and take his chances on how long he will face or:


He can pick up the phone, call police now, and say "I want to talk to the District Attorney" and secure for himself a deal in exchange for giving up the location of Hailey.


In prison, Shawn will not be with Billie.


This is something his mother has likely told him over and over again.


I do not envy her right now. She must be in the worst position of her life; seeing the son she loved and raised not only facing the rest of his life in prison, but knowing the vileness of what happened to the children in the construction of the child pornography.


As the reality settles in upon her, she must come to a place of decision. She will have the voice of his attorney in her head and she will have the voice of conscience in her head as well.


Since Billie Dunn will not cooperate with law enforcement, perhaps Shawn Adkins will.


A plea deal for either will include giving up the location of Hailey, but if Dunn meets makes the deal first, Shawn Adkins will lose.


That she had descended into a haze of abuse and abdication and appears utterly calloused towards Hailey and her son, Shawn, tells me that serious drugs like cocaine may be involved. This may be fueling her hardness and refusal to put Hailey first.


No one has been charged in this case. This is my own opinion, based upon news stories and the things that Billie Jean Dunn and Shawn Adkins have said publicly:


I think we will see Dunn arrested, perhaps even before the Grand Jury is convened to hear possession of child pornography and bestiality charges.


For Shawn Adkins having the computer in his home, he could be facing life in prison, on the child pornography possession charges alone, and not including drug charges or future charges in the criminal investigation into the disappearance of Hailey.


I also think drugs played a serious role in Hailey's disappearance.


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