Ever wonder if someone being interrogated is actually telling the truth? On Criminal Confessions, airing Sunday at 7/6c on Oxygen, we get to see some of the world’s best interrogation experts pick up on these signs of lying and get guilty criminals to confess to their atrocious wrongdoings.
One of those experts is Sergeant Brian Harris, who is featured as an expert on Criminal Confessions. Sergeant Harris, who has been in law enforcement for 28 years, trained hundreds of law enforcement officers nationally and internationally in Interviewing and Interrogations, Homicide Investigation, and a variety of other courses. He developed the Houston Police department’s Interview and Interrogation training, Advanced Interviewing, The Basic Investigator’s School and developed the Houston Police Recruiter’s Interview school.
So we reached out to Sgt. Harris to ask what signs and signals of guilt that he looks for when interrogating someone.
1. Hair Gestures – Sgt. Harris notes that people who play with
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A Pennsylvania college student who went missing nearly two months ago may be a victim of sex trafficking. Corinna Slusser, 19, was last spotted on September 20, leaving Haven Motel in Queens, New York, according to The New York Post.
The teen had filed a complaint against a 32-year-old man about a month before she vanished. She claimed that man grabbed her neck and pushed her against the wall when told him she wanted $300 that was allegedly stolen from her. That man could be her pimp, authorities said.
Slusser’s family reported her missing on September 12 after she didn’t show up for grandpa’s funeral, the New York Daily News reports. Her last post on her Instagram was on September 10. Family members said Slusser moved to New York City after meeting an alleged pimp in March. Before meeting him, she studied marketing at Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
“She’s so sweet
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