Unmasking the Truth
Reporter: Liz Hayes
Producer: Stephen Rice
Let's be honest, we've all told a lie or two. Usually they're pretty harmless and not very convincing. But there are bare-faced liars, people who try to get away with murder, quite literally.
You've seen them on the news, tearfully pleading for help in finding a missing loved one. And all the time, they know their husband, wife, even their own child, is already dead.
Now though, a new type of crime fighter is moving in to unmask these killers and their crocodile tears.
They're human lie detectors, who can pick up the smallest twitch, the slightest irregularity. One false move and you're gone. (transcript)
Sunday, August 9, 2009
Yeah, I know it's mostly rubbish now, but I'm interested in the piece about body language readers watching video of people and telling whether they're lying or not... and how they know.