Body Language – The Staircase Series – Michael Peterson – E01

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GOMF3602
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Seeing the lawyers trying to construct a scenario to explain the wounds as an accident was disturbing. Bet they could have added alien abduction to the explanation and kept a straight face. Very weird series but good for body language analysis. Thanks!

Caryn O'Connell
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That was really good, super interesting. I know it’s a little something but I have to bring it up…

It sounded like you said something ‘pacific’ when the word that was meant to be said was ‘specific’.

Also a padawan is an apprentice, not the master😅😅😅

Stacy Binarao
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Stacy Binarao

Thank you for doing this one. Watching the series something just was not right about him. He seemed so condescending.

Amy Harrod
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Amy Harrod

Oh Mandy.. Was so excited to watch this, but I cant afford subscription.. 😢 Im a broke ass student whos drowning in bills and debt 😣 Love love love your channel!! For an empathic introvert like myself, hours Ive spent watching clip after clip after clip has bliss 😊 Learnt so much 😆 I think the Iceman one might be my favourite, which I never would or expected.. But now I cant watch it 😭

jimmer
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It was either the golf playoffs or this analysis. This got most of my interest as it’s one of your most dramatic, involved ones yet. Via the tells, he’s guilty as sin. Sad for the girls…Has the case been resolved?

Mandy
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i dont know…im assuming so

Kathleen Grigg
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Kathleen Grigg

There is documentary about it on Netflix called the Staircase

jimmer
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jimmer

No Netflix here. Did he go to jail? If so, for how long? If not, what happened?

Kiley VanArsdale
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He was convicted and sentenced to life in prison without parole. But he ended up taking the Alford plea and was since released upon time already served. It is kind of confusing but the wikpedia page explains what the Netflix series covers.

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I’ve followed this story for a very long time.

One day dad dragged Mum down the stairs by her hair…. hence my interest in this case. There but for the grace of God go I…. I think that is how the saying goes!

All those family friends, neighbours, acquaintances and co-workers that didn’t see anything just reminds me of my childhood. No one knew my dad was beating us all up on a regular basis.
Even a police ethics officer friend of my dads could not believe my dad was violent. Then one day he saw me and apologised after he saw my dad beat up his new partner. Dads gf was friends with his wife and one day my dad let his guard slip when they were visiting.

JF
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This one was riveting. Something about the son reminded me of the Central Park Strangler who killed Jennifer Levin in 1986. They called it the “Preppie Murder.” Maybe it’s just that these people are privileged. Can’t wait for episode 2.

youowemeapickle
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I noticed that while he is walking around and telling the story and he looks at the chair seeing how askew it is says that he doesn’t remember it being that way. I think that he is really trying to look at the scene as the police would and figure out how to excuse himself out of possible evidence that may or may not be incriminating. He is calculating for sure.

Naida Shannon
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New sub. I wonder… as years and multiple tellongs to police, trials, friends and family can change the flow of re telling? I have been through significant life trauma. Truly significant. I have, through much retelling and counseling, have been able to separate myself on thentetelling to almost feel like I am telling the story of someone else…. I am sure this can be a factor? I must say… details do not fade or become less vivid. But I so feel as though I can tell the story on a more calm and clinical matter.. would love your take.

Kiley VanArsdale
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Kiley VanArsdale

Cannot wait for episode 2!

Caroline Beauvais
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Caroline Beauvais

Great analysis. He’s guilty as sin.

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