The children are in the sand pit
Well-respected statement analysis expert Steve Van Aperen; Australia’s No 1 Lie detection expert listened to the interview between Haydn Phipps and Bill Hayes. After listening and thoroughly evaluating he concluded Haydn is telling the truth but hiding more . Overseas European statement analysis experts concur. Bill Hayes ex-South Australian special crime / major crime and ex Federal police detective and now a Private Investigator believes the same. As with Australia’s leading Criminologist Xanthe Mallet. Also Duncan McNab, former police detective, private investigator, investigative journalist and media adviser to government and the private sector. Also author of eight best-selling books including true crime.
Haydn’s plead email
“You and nobody else knows of the full-terror I lived with daily, sometimes minute by minute I suffered under the hands of this man. My so-called “Father”. I was since I can ever remember, full of absolute terrifying fear of him and what he was capable of. He was a full-on Schizophrenic from day one. He revelled in his ability to constantly play many, many, roles at the same time. I do not believe even his own mother knew what she had conceived. I cannot go to sleep two night’s without having him in some “Horrific Nightmarish-Recall”. He scared me, all, all, all, of the time! He was, amongst other things, one of the world’s greatest liars. He had absolutely no remorse or conscience for anything he ever, ever did.
“Everything I told you about him, was the absolute truth! I have been questioned, interrogated, tape-recorded, phone-called from Adelaide but also had all sorts of ranking Officers trying to trick me into what I have said or have not said. Sure, I want the truth to come out. But at what cost to me and all concerned?” With love and affection Haydn.
Only between 2% and 6% of individuals who say they were sexually abused as children are lying. Therefore there is a 94% chance Haydn is telling the truth. Being betting men where do you think Bill and Stuart would place their money? On a horse, that has a 94% chance of winning.
Steve Van Aperen and Bill Hayes