Based on ground-breaking work on the unconscious mind’s ability to observe and communicate forensic psychiatrist Dr. Andrew G. Hodges has developed a method of profiling and examining forensic documents and oral communications. This method is known as thoughtprint decoding. This discovery reveals that the unconscious mind possesses a brilliant deeper intelligence vastly superior to our conscious mind’s ability to observe and communicate.
After examining the overt confession secretly recorded in
In a feature story on February 15, 2007 entitled “Was Natalee Holloway Drugged?” ABC News quoted one expert who said, “If you gave me a choice based on [van der Sloot’s description of the convulsions], alcohol would be lowest on the list and GHB the highest”—this from Paul Doering, distinguished service professor of pharmacy practice at the University of Florida’s College of Pharmacy. Other experts variously noted that the supposed seizure leading to Holloway’s death was compatible with GHB or more distantly alcohol poisoning.
Once again the media makes the same mistake Aruban investigators have repeatedly made which is to take literally everything Joran said—even though experienced investigators know perpetrators rarely confess to the whole truth. Add to this the fact that Joran’s apparent confession was filled with lies (e.g. the supposed boat driver, Daury, wasn’t on the island, nor did he own a boat, nor was he an exceptionally intimate friend of Joran’s). Not only that, but the apparent confession was largely favorable to Joran himself in the sense that he described “completely voluntary sex” and a “totally accidental death.”
Contrast this with the truth of the matter—a
brutal gang rape took place which led to Natalee’s aspiration death caused by
choking her after drugging her. Those events were revealed in my forensic profile
of hidden confessions between the lines of Deepak’s crucial emails to a
surrogate grandmother, all three suspects’ police interviews and Joran’s book.
The same scenario is the one thought most likely by many familiar with the case
including Dave Holloway and the
Thinking logically as investigators, we can see there are convincing reasons why the three boys would not drug Natalee with a “knock-out” drug such as GHB. Typically, GHB (Gamma Hydroxyl Butyrate) renders the victim unconscious for several hours before she typically wakes up the next morning trying to recall the previous night’s events. To quickly accomplish their goal, the three suspects wanted not an unconscious Natalee on their hands but a “willing” victim plied with alcohol and an aphrodisiac drug which left her cooperative but completely conscious. Do you believe the three suspects planned to have an unconscious victim on their hands, a comatose girl who they would then have to roll out of the car at the Holiday Inn lobby while they sped off into the night?
Such a scene would be totally inconsistent with Joran’s previously successful method described in police interviews in which, prior to a sexual seduction, he reportedly spiked a girl’s drink with a drug which made her lips tingle. And it wasn’t consistent with his m.o. for “last night of vacation” pick-ups of tourist girls who were eager for one final taste of freedom before returning home to the real world. Such a scene would also be inconsistent with Deepak popping in a porno video at a crucial point during Natalee’s ride around the island with the three boys—something she objected to strongly according to police interviews. Obviously, not only was Natalee quite conscious during the ride but she was resisting implied overtures to engage in group sex.
Yet Natalee’s behavior—both bad judgment and
a euphoric mood as she giddily called out to friends from the backseat of
Deepak’s Honda after leaving Carlos’n Charlie’s—suggested she had been drugged
with something which left her fully conscious but somewhat impaired. Consider
the known facts that Ecstasy use is extremely common in
Certainly with Joran reporting a sudden death in a young and otherwise healthy Natalee, a suspected drugging was a good deduction by observers—but concluding it was GHB was the wrong drug, wrong place. As noted, the thoughtprint profile of Deepak’s email particularly revealed the boys had carefully planned the assault from Deepak’s suggested timeline, leaving Carlos’n Charlie’s at 1:15 and arriving at their secret “side of the road” destination at 1:30 a.m. where Deepak made Natalee the offer of voluntary group sex beginning with his porno video.
The profile went on to show that Natalee strongly resisted and fought like a tiger while the boys then gang raped her. (Remember Joran reported at one point Natalee had vociferously told him not to touch her, even pushing him away.) In the process the boys carried out their well-planned attack by stripping Natalee so as not to send her home with torn clothes and using condoms to prevent leaving evidence of the assault. Deepak revealed this when reporting sexual contact between Joran and Natalee in his car’s backseat. He noted, “his [Joran’s] hands etc was in her blouse but nothing nude or against Natalee’s will.” His completely unnecessary and overt denial of such important details clues us in to exactly what took place. (For the record, a detailed denial of what did not happen is a classic way perpetrators reveal the truth. Also for the record, Deepak suggested between the lines of his email that Natalee suddenly and unexpectedly died at 2 a.m., the exact time Joran mentioned in his secretly recorded confession.) Obviously, the three assailants were hoping that following the well-planned gang rape Natalee would return home the next day, completely embarrassed and not wanting to face a public hearing.
There is one last important fact to suggest Ecstasy
not GHB was the “drug du jour.” Ecstasy combined with excessive alcohol, a
noose around your neck and the emotionality of a horrific gang rape predisposes
the victim to vomiting. Recall, too, early in the three suspects’ stories Joran
noted how “paranoid” Deepak was about Natalee possibly throwing up in his
car—something the media has long since forgotten. Interestingly, in its story
ABC did quote another expert (Paul Kolecki, of the emergency medicine
Stay tuned for a follow-up article in which we will see that Deepak’s profile fits remarkably well with a type of seizure leading to Natalee’s death—but not the specific type Joran pictured. Once again media experts make the continual mistake of taking Joran too literally instead of reading his thoughts in a deeper, more accurate way which we have discovered leads to the truth. It all comes back to what experts on the inner workings of communication—those of us involved in research with the unconscious mind—have learned about how the human mind actually confesses in an accurate, symbolic way. We now know that a guilty suspect cannot stop himself from unconsciously (subliminally) telling the truth. Criminologists refer to the science of examining communication from suspects for psychological clues as psycholinguistics, but most of those engaged in that field have yet to learn or are stubbornly ignoring the breakthrough to the unconscious mind which has led to a much deeper and vastly more accurate newer application of psycholinguistics.