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Former CIA Officer Will Teach You How to Spot a Lie

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  • If a person is lying, they’ll commit a deceptive behavior within five seconds of being questioned, and commit two or more deceptive behaviors before they’re done responding
  • Ignore a person’s truthful statements, which are often attempts at manipulation, and instead focus on their deceptions
  • Deceptive behaviors include failing to deny the accusation, failing to answer the question and using “convincing statements” rather than conveying information
  • Nonverbal cues that a person is lying include grooming gestures, hand-to-face motions, moving feet and clearing of the throat

By Dr. Mercola

A person lies an average of 10 times a day, according to Susan Carnicero — and she’s one to know. As a former CIA officer who spent more than 20 years interrogating, interviewing and polygraphing suspects, she’s learned a thing or two about how to spot a liar.

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