Wednesday, February 22, 2012

The Roth Show with Susan Murphy Milano and Statement Analysis Expert Peter Hyatt Tonight Live at 7:00 PM EST- Missing Mothers Murders and IPV

The Roth Show : Statement Analyst Peter Hyatt Returns

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Peter Hyatt

The central theme of Peter Hyatt’s personal blog is “Statement Analysis“, a method of linguistic polygraphy which seeks to discern truth from deception found within speech. Many of these cases are discussed on “The Peter Hyatt Show” on Blog Talk Radio, or on the shows of others which invite Peter Hyatt to appear.
Peter Hyatt works with law enforcement, private citizens, attorneys, and other organizations, particularly on missing persons cases.  Peter frequently works consulting with law enforcement throughout the country.
“Although Statement Analysis is of great value to an investigator, it is also a great tool for counselors, therapists, human resources, educators, and all those interested in truth.  Equally valuable for private life, the ability to discern truth from deception is something that can be learned, practiced, and excelled at.  In fact, everyone from junior high principals to parents need to learn to discern truth from fiction.” Peter Hyatt
Peter and his wife Heather write timely articles analyzing high profile crimes, often showing readers areas of deception within television and newspaper interviews.  Check out the blog:  Statement Analysis and get to know the Hyatts and the fascinating science of analyzing words and how they are used.
Peter Hyatt is a civil investigator who has conducted more than 2,500 interviews including children’s interviews.  He uses Statement Analysis is his work, and teaches Statement Analysis in Interviewing.  
He also works part-time as an analyst for law enforcement and private companies.  He is the host of “The Peter Hyatt Show” while appearing on various other programs as a guest analyst, including on the forum of “Crime Wire.”  He has authored many articles, some of which can be found here. He does pro bono work for families in “cold cases”; doing analysis of prior interviews.  Tonight we discuss missing intimate partner homicides and those who appear to get away with murder!
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