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.
Regarding Joran’s recent interviews aired on Greta’s Fox show. Joran needed money and cut a deal with Fox as his attorney Joe Tacapino said. But don’t miss Joran’s thoughtprints—consistent thought patterns. In this most recent version of Joran’s story, at last contact Natalee was connected to a shady deal involving her being used sexually—prostituted--outside her awareness as she innocently goes along with a meeting with a man, soon to be a group of men. She gets on a boat and is seen no more leaving Joran to wonder if she is dead. His conscience is bothering him and he must come forward.
By the way, he tells us Deepak and Satish are in on the corrupt deal to the point that they all share in the money, in the treat which involves sexual seduction and abuse. The major picture is that Joran with help from the Kalpoe brothers have greatly betrayed Natalee essentially turning her into a prostitute against her will which likely cost her-- her life.
It’s not hard to see the continued story between the lines of a group sexual assault which resulted in Natalee’s death with her body being taken out in a boat to be dumped at sea. Joran connects their final contact with Natalee to a boat, a boat trip, and likely death. Joran is making plain again that indeed the Kalpoe brothers were involved in the crime, all the way to the last time they saw Natalee. In so doing, he undoes his cover-up lie on the de Vries’ tapes where he denied they were involved in the boat trip and in dumping her body. This, of course, matches the original version the three suspects collectively told the police, that they were all with Natalee until they dropped her off at her hotel, the Holiday Inn.
This also takes us back to Deepak’s email five days after Natalee’s disappearance where he tells of trying to win money for Natalee, gambling for her: read gambling with her life as the three boys treated themselves to Natalee.
And for good measure, as Joran calls Greta to tell us he was lying about it all we have yet another reminder that he is a liar—and an invitation to read between the lines for the real story. Once again we find it: from the police interviews, to Deepak’s emails, to Joran’s early television interviews, to Joran’s secretly recorded interview with Peter de Vries, and now to this last Greta interview. The same truth remains: the story of Natalee’s death has been attested to by all three suspects consistently between the lines. How many more versions of the same story does it take to see that Joran nor the Kalpoes can escape their dastardly deed?
Of course, Hans Mos to whom I have personally presented this profile, ultimately has no use for profilers. He had no idea his office had contacted the FBI and asked them to interview me, and obtain a detailed copy of my profile in October, 2007. The FBI did both. Mos only serves as an significant example of how much law enforcement has to learn about the human mind, and about confessions between the lines staring them in the face.