Forensic Thoughtprints

Christine Ford’s Secret Unconscious ‘Tells’ Continue Before The Senate – Part One

Along the way, she reveals her true intent to make sure the next Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court will be …

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Christine Ford’s Secret Pain: Abortion “PTSD” Explains Kavanaugh Accusation

After Christine Ford’s Sept. 27 testimony before the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee, a body language expert noted that Ford often used what’s called …

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Christine Ford’s Secret Tells Point To Powerful, Deeper Motive

As she comes forward, Ford is unknowingly reading herself in the blink of an eye and telling us what she sees. The …

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Steven Paddock’s Motives: Father-son relationship gone horribly bad

As experts struggle to explain mass murderer’s Steven Paddock’s motive for shooting hundreds of concertgoers on Oct. 1, that tells me one …

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Journal Summary of two trips to Aruba

Probing the ocean deep December 18 I arrived on the tiny Caribbean island of Aruba on the afternoon of December 18, 2007, …

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Profiling Amanda Knox

Hodges’ cutting-edge psycholinguistic method, “thoughtprint decoding,” continues to show how killers leave unique mental messages behind much like fingerprints. He examined a …

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Casey Anthony Forensic Profile

In numerous letters to a jail mate Casey Anthony confesses in her own words and the specific language of the “new” unconscious mind (the super-intel) to the murder of her daughter Caylee. She provides details and motives. Driven by relentless deep guilt she unknowingly guides prosecutors. Secretly she serves as her victim’s personal attorney seeking justice.

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About Forensic Thoughtprints

What is a “Thoughtprint?” A thoughtprint is unconscious communication hidden within verbal or written communication. The unconscious mind communicates constantly and typically …

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How can forensic thoughtprints help a criminal or civil case?

Forensic document analysis: Written communications (i.e. ransom notes, threats, letters, emails, suicide notes, a profile of a serial killer communiques, etc.) can …

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Hodges and colleagues submit report to Boulder prosecutor

On April 14, 1999 Hodges and two forensic colleagues sent Boulder special prosecutor Michael Kane an eighty-page report on the hidden “thoughtprints” …

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