Joran Van der Sloot (Layered Voice Analysis): So the Media Thinks he is Suddenly Telling the Truth, huh?

 

Voice Analysis: Joran’s “Primetime” interview.

Do you think Joran Van der Sloot was telling the truth during recent interviews?

Are people suddenly banking on the fact that just because Joran spoke to the media that somehow this equates to the truth?

Did Joran and Natalee ever go to the beach? Why does Joran conveniently leave out any discussion of going to the light house while the Kalopoe’s state they did?

What do you think Joran’s intentions really were?

The following voice analysis is rather interesting: (click on images to see originals, transcript is underneath)

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Layered Voice Analysis Report on Interview of Joran Van der Sloot

 File: Joran Van der Sloot on ABC’s “Primetime”

Report Date: February 28, 2006

 Website: www.v-lva.com

FAQ about LVA

(Below is the text from the three page report)

 LVA Definitions:

 LVA 6.50 analyzes statements and places them on a TRUTH spectrum output that indicates
the statement’s distance from 100% mathematical accuracy. The further down the LVA
spectrum the statement falls, the further the statement is from the complete truth.

 This spectrum runs as follows:

 TRUTH – NOT SURE – INNACCURACY – PROBABLE FALSE – FALSE STATEMENT

LVA software also has a DECEPTION spectrum output. The further down the DECEPTION spectrum the statement falls, the higher the indication the subject is being deceptive.

 This spectrum runs as follows:

 NO DECEPTION INDICATED – INCONCLUSIVE – INC+ (HIGHLY SUSPECT FOR DECEPTION) – DECEPTION INDICATED

 Use of the above terms, from the TRUTH and DECEPTION spectrums in ALL UPPER CASE letters represents the data outputs of the LVA software.

 Use of these terms in lower case letters indicates the LVA analyst’s findings based on the
data outputs, training and experience using LVA.

 While the definitions of these LVA indications have very specific meanings as qualified by a
variety of data factors, for the purposes of this report standard dictionary definitions of the
above terms are sufficient to accurately convey the meaning of these LVA indications.

 LVA Data Outputs:

 Joran’s statement indicates heightened use of IMAGINATION throughout the interview.

 Reporter asks, “You were not courting her, you were not pursuing her?”

Joran responds, “Not at all, not at any point.” (LVA Segment 49)

LVA Analysis: INACCURACY / HIGHLY SUSPECT for DECEPTION

Reporter asks, ”Were you trying to get Natalee drunk?”

Joran responds, “Not at all.” (LVA Segment 57)

LVA Analysis: INACCURACY / HIGHLY SUSPECT for DECEPTION

 Joran explains, “I told Deepak to drive to the lighthouse.” (LVA Segment 92)

LVA Analysis: INACCURACY / HIGHLY SUSPECT for DECEPTION

 Joran claims Natalee said, “No, no, no, I don’t want to go to the hotel.” (LVA Segment 122)

LVA Analysis: PROBABLE FALSE / DECEPTION INDICATED

 Reporter asks, “Was Natalee more drunk than you’re letting on?”

Joran responds,”No, not at all.” (LVA Segment 274)

LVA Analysis: INACCURACY / DECEPTION INDICATED

 Reporter asks, “Did you harm Natalee Holloway?”

Joran responds, “No.” (LVA Segment 303)

LVA Analysis: PROBABLE FALSE / DECEPTION INDICATED

Reporter asks, “Did you see Natalee Holloway in distress?”

Joran responds, “No.” (LVA Segment 305)

LVA Analysis: INACCURACY / HIGHLY SUSPECT for DECEPTION

 Joran states, “There is not one girl who will ever come forward and say something like that, because it’s just not true.” (LVA Segment 444)

LVA Analysis: INACCURACY / DECEPTION INDICATED

 Reporter asks, “Have you ever gotten a girl drunk, so, you could make advances on her?”

Joran responds, “No, never.” (LVA Segment 446)

LVA Analysis: INACCURACY / HIGHLY SUSPECT for DECEPTION

 LVA Analysis:

 LVA analysis of Joran Van der Sloot’s statement, the ABC’s “Primetime” interview by reporter Chris Cuomo, indicates that Joran provided deceptive and/or inaccurate answers on the relevant questions throughout the interview.

 In the above results on relevant segments of the interview relating specifically to his involvement in the disappearance of Natalee Holloway, LVA analysis consistently indicates that Joran Van der Sloot is deceptive and/or inaccurate in his statements:

 Joran indicates inaccuracy or deception in many statements related to Natalee’s state of mind and/or level of intoxication.

 Joran indicates inaccuracy or deception in many of his statements related to his level of interest in Natalee and his description of her pursuing him throughout the evening.

 Joran exhibits stress and high tension in discussing his house as it relates to his intentions to take Natalee there. Joran indicates deception when saying that Natalee didn’t want to return to the hotel.

 Joran exhibits excitement in discussing his intention to have sex with Natalee.

 Joran exhibits extreme stress in discussing his conversations with Deepak in the car the evening Natalee disappeared.

 Joran indicates inaccuracy when stating that Natalee wanted/agreed to go to the lighthouse and shows high stress when he mentions not going to the lighthouse.

Joran indicates inaccuracy when stating that he has not taken advantage of other girls and used alcohol to help his efforts.

 Report Conclusions:

LVA data outputs and analysis indicate Joran Van der Sloot is deceptive and inaccurate in his account of the circumstances surrounding the disappearance of Natalee Holloway.

LVA data outputs and analysis indicates Joran Van der Sloot is deceptive and inaccurate in his account of the role he played in the disappearance of Natalee Holloway.

 Joran indicates PROBABLE FALSE / DECEPTION INDICATED and INACCURACY / HIGHLY SUSPECT for DECEPTION data outputs on the relevant questions about ‘harming’ and ‘seeing Natalee in distress’ respectively. These responses are not consistent with truthful and accurate responses and deserve the greatest scrutiny.

 Joran Van der Sloot should be considered a suspect in the disappearance of Natalee Holloway. 



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