Body Language: Kevin Spacey In Courtroom

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The Epic Question : Hmmm.... It sounds like this narrator has already made up her mind prior to hearing out this case. The problem with trying to identify body language is that context matters; personality matters. There are general rules and best practices that can be used to get a basic idea of what someone is feeling and or trying to convey via their body language. That said; this narrator has already showed her cards. The tone of her voice, the intonation & the timbre of her voice demonstrates irritability and malcontent. Throughout this video she has likened his movements and mannerisms to that of a guilty party or a person who is prevaricating in some capacity. I watched this video because this topic interests me & I enjoy some of your commentary on the Subject. Going forward I would recommend trying to keep your preconceived notions out of your "diagnoses". You judged this person already and that has poisoned your point of view. All I ask is that you think about it. That said we subscribed and look forward to new content going forward.

JunkiezGaming : Channel should be called... "Judging People"

Goldust : Innocent until proven guilty

happyz hoodwinker : So according to this lady Kevin Spacey is a former CIA opperative

mewyattt : This must be the funniest satire about "reading body language" I've seen. Thanks for the laughs

Marilyn Nesler : I'm not a fan of Kevin Spacey, I've always thought he was kind of creepy. That being said... This particular lawsuit against him seems off. So, the young man was 18, lied and said he was 23. He had just come off a shift at a nightclub where he had to have been known. There were numerous alcoholic drinks served to the young man, purchased by Kevin Spacey but made and served by the bartender. At any point did the bartender ask for ID for proof of age? The young man was so freaked out by Mr. Spacey's attention that he went to the bathroom to call his girlfriend with a probable "You're not going believe this..." conversation and then, instead of leaving because he was freaked out and offended, went RIGHT BACK for more of the same (including accepting alcohol) except this time he utilised his cell phone for proof. That's premeditated entrapment. As for the multiple charges by other young men against him, I can't speak to those. These these charges are ridiculous.

Heather Watson : If you can, find a video of someone sitting quietly. sitting on a park bench perhaps. Now play the audio part of this video while watching that video of another person. You will find that the person in the other video must be hiding a look of guilt. The other person has an "open face" that they are displaying in an attempt to show innocence. You will see their facial muscles are tiring and so they must do some subtle head movement to alleviate the muscle fatigue.

msalisond : Who let Kevin wear that tie with that shirt? Or is that a "distraction technique" too?

keith cunningham : Soooooo.... how should an innocent man look if they're innocent? I guess you can't look innocent if you're innocent because you will then look guilty. Duck off

jas jrock : actors and mimicks were village idiots 200yrs ago

AG Creations : Everything you pointed out is what almost anyone would do.... Im not wasting my life with this video

AntwonDaBusiness : this is supposed to be about BODY LANGUAGE and you're implying/assuming what is going through his mind to determine his body language. you ASSUME he is guilty before you even made this video. guilty or not someone being accused of sexual assault is going to be tense in a court room. hell i get tense for a traffic stop and my body language isnt normal simply because its a nerve racking thing to do! youre stretching in this video big time. you need to present both sides (he could be hiding body language because he is nervous and pretending not to be or he is actually guilty).

MDtheLegend 98 : Unlike your other videos, it seems to me you're over-analyzing this one

Meruem : Meh. While I also think he's not entirely innocent, you've clearly gone in assuming he's guilty and are specifically looking for those cues that make him look as such. Some of the expressions you pointed out are super broad, and could easily be used to argue the exact opposite.

MyFriendlyPup : Pizzagate is real

erlNite : When I saw this video and read the comments underneath, I got a feeling that "people like to pre-judge" persons that are accused of, especially, sexual assaults or conducts. It's sad that people pre-judge like this, before a court has reviewed the case. It's like you get judged by everyone, or most people in general, before anything has been reviewed by the law enforcement. Your career and rumor are just crushed into dust, just like that, even if you are proven innocent in the end. It's so Sad. If the court finds him guilty, good! You can judge him all you want, but do it after the court has ended! Pre-judging is some of the worst stuff anyone can do, in my opinion.

Benjamin Trif : He's trying to keep it soft LMFAO!!!

Viva Frei : The body language is great, but even more interested: Can you believe the debate on the Motion to Preserve? The Prosecution is actually objecting to an order to preserve evidence because too broad (i.e. up to the present date). It's interesting to me, as a lawyer, that the prosecution would not willingly agree to a Preservation of evidence order... Imagine they get to trial and Spacey's attorneys ask for emails or text messages, but the witnesses say "Sorry, we deleted them because there was not order to preserve issued by the court?". (I'm a lawyer, so I find this stuff intriguing). Peace!

MrMcdoogle6969 : With the choice of words you use along with tone of voice, its apparent you're emotionally invested in this, which means you are no longer a qualified candidate for the purpose of this video.

Killer Germ : no nod = bad, nod = bad, no swallow = bad, swallow = bad . . . nice expert analysis

Little Uzi : He's a sociopath Case closed didn't even need to watch

RichardGillard321 : He looks perfectly normal to me, under the circumstances.

Bicentennial Nagger : I think anyone who has appeared in court understands that far too much is being read into Mr. Spacey's minimal number of tells and tics. He's a good poker player. And I made more physical tells at my divorce proceedings. I also think groping someone at a bar is not a crime worthy of this circus. And before anyone brings up the "victim's" age, let remind you of the fact that it was at a *bar.* I'm not defending anyone's behavior. ...just saying that shit happens at bars. It's not like the kid got dragged to Uncle Touchy's naked puzzle bunker, fer fuck's sake

Jaco Prinsloo : I took what she said and concluded everyone in that courtroom is guilty.

Brian Fletcher : Innocent or guilty, he would be terrified. Who wouldnt be?

Eclectic Cerebro : You should do ALEX JONES! But...be warned...he will come after you....lol

Ruthann SMITH : KEVIN SPACEY HAS ALWAYS CREEPED ME OUT!!!!!

jamie .jamie : the spacey predator linked himself with the clinton predator, because he knew the clinton predator has power over truth

kicsiszol : again:you assuming way too much. it is an interesting exercise tho

Jake Pearl : Love these videos....Spacey is such a freak

sha : I always found him creepy. Nothing I could put my fingeron.

nic rose rushmore : THIS IS WHAT FOWL BEHAVIOR WILL DO TO YOU,MR.FOWLER

SpeedCraftt : Yes this is an american courtroom we have multiple desk

Daz Solis : Kevin Spacey is innocent... Muahahahaaaaaaa

RoK Bottom Studios : I hope he exposes Hollywood for what they truly are. His frank Underwood video gave that strong vibe of doing it.

Celairgil Faenmirion : Gotta disagree on this one. All the thing you point out, make me see an exhausted, nervous person.

Silentype Student Producer : Kevin's always played for cameras.

Frankg3rd : With the thousands of variables to each individual person....this is all subjective and pointless. Its like the b.s of profiling serial killers....experts prove to be extremely wrong time and time again....

Tyrone Ingram : Judg not less yea be judged b

bulldoglady5384 : Thank you for this! His weird YouTube video was just straight out a threat to someone.. that wasnt acting that was the truth.

Crickit Torres : Why I feel this way? Some people do have legitimate abuse history. This is a guy who immediately took action when accused hope he's treated fare

generalzod4life : *K-PED*

Archetype00 : His face is botoxed he can’t show expression

Gregory : Did you really expect to see him 'natural" in the courtroom as the criminal defendant?

Norah : Don't need to be an expert to see his uber smugness.

SMÉAGOL : He was always crooked, sure he left Brad Pitts wifes head in a box

2JOHNNYT : Nantucket Island sure is a whole different kinda party than Kevin is use too on islands - namely Epsteins Orgy Island! lol

Christian Gent : You should make asmr videos instead

Abel Gonzalez : This lady is crazy.