Monday, December 12, 2011

Helping the Family of Fallen Virginia Tech Police Officer Deriek Crouse

I wanted to re-post this from the SIGMA THREAT MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATES blog. As many of you know, I am a Senior Consultant with SIGMA, and one of the Managing Partners there is Major Gene Deisinger of the Virginia Tech Police Department. SIGMA also has a very close working relationship with QVerity. We were all saddened by the events at Tech last week. The following are details for those who wish to send condolences and / or provide support for the family of Deriek Crouse.

Friday, December 2, 2011

Deception Clouds Ginger White’s Motives in Dropping Cain Bombshell

In light of our recent analysis of presidential candidate Herman Cain’s comments in response to the claim by Ginger White that she and Cain had engaged in a 13-year affair, and in the interest of fair play, the QVerity team has analyzed statements made by White in her Nov. 30 interview with George Stephanopoulos on Good Morning America. For those of you who are unfamiliar with our analysis of Cain’s comments in his interview with CNN’s Wolf Blitzer, we found that Cain exhibited significant deceptive behavior in attempting to deny the affair with White, and concluded that his behavior suggests that White’s allegation is likely true.

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

When It Comes to Telling the Truth, It Appears Cain Is Still Not Able

Continuing on with presidential primary coverage, the QVerity team was asked to analyze the statements of Herman Cain, who is, once again, in the news over allegations about his alleged sexual proclivities. In the wake of the most recent allegations against him, he gave an interview to Wolf Blitzer (or "Blitz" as Mr. Cain likes to call him).

The QVerity team analyzed this interview and found some significant deceptive indicators, as you will see. Special acknowledgement for their role in this analysis goes to deception detection experts Phil Houston, Susan Carnicero and Don Tennant.

Monday, November 21, 2011

The Disgrace of UC Davis

I have always prided myself on being someone who is not easily shaken, I have seen much violence throughout my life. I also pride myself as being a supporter of the police, and spent many years as a Police Benevolent Association panel attorney. However, on November 18th, I saw a police officer spray pepper spray into the faces of protestors at UC Davis who were doing nothing that would warrant such egregious conduct. They were sitting on the ground, arms interlaced posing no threat to a soul; an officer calmly walked in front of them and coated them with pepper spray. He, and his colleagues, were removing protestors who had been ordered to leave the campus by the Chancellor Linda Katehi. She should resign and the officers responsible should be fired.

Thursday, November 17, 2011

Sandusky Exhibits Rampant Deceptive Behavior in Costas Interview

Recently, QVerity Analysts were asked to apply our detection of deception methodology to the Jerry Sandusky case. What follows is an analysis conducted by QVerity CEO, Phil Houston. It is truly fascinating reading. Based on this analysis, QVerity experts believe that there is much more that will come out about Sandusky in this horrific case. This analysis also gives readers a front row view of deception analysis being conducted by a man who is one of the leading experts in the world in this field.

Thursday, November 10, 2011

Why Joe Had To Go: The Disgrace of Penn State

Penn State has been rocked to the foundation over the last few days. If the allegations are true, then a former coach, Jerry Sandusky, who retired in 1999 and then headed a charity from the university campus, was raping and molesting young children for over fifteen years. What is worse, again if the allegations are true, is that the university knew about this for over nine years yet did nothing to stop it. This is a disgrace.

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Is Cain Able? Herman Cain's Problems With The Truth About Sexual Harassment.

As the 2012 Presidential campaign picks up steam, it is fair to say that the confidence level of most Americans in politicians and our overall political system is at an all-time low. One of the key drivers that undermine our confidence in our political leaders is a belief that most politicians will lie to us and do so frequently and without shame. Yesterday, a behavioral assessment by QVerity experts suggested that Presidential candidate Herman Cain went a long way to confirm our assumptions when he addressed recent allegations that he had sexually harassed two women while he was running the National Restaurant Association.