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The Lying Game: Crimes That Fooled Britain (2014)
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The Lying Game: Crimes That Fooled Britain (2014)

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It’s a scene that’s played out time and time again over the last 20 years. In an attempt to throw the police off the scent, the cold-eyed killer stares into the camera and begs the public for help to solve the crime they know they have committed. But how can we tell a genuine appeal from cynical manipulation? A growing body of experts now believe they can expose a liar through scientific methods.

In the Lying Game: The Crimes That Fooled Britain, three of the nation’s top forensic and behavioural psychologists and experts reveal the developments in the science of lying. Using their expertise they will provide fresh insight into some of the most notorious criminal cases:

Stuart Hazell killed his step-granddaughter and cried to the press while her lifeless body was stowed in the attic just feet above his head; Mitchell Quy proclaimed his innocence on Richard and Judy and starred in a documentary about his missing wife when all the time he had brutally murdered and dismembered her.

Ian Huntley, who murdered two children and then went on camera faking concern; Karen Matthews made plaintiff appeals on TV for her daughter to come home when she knew exactly where she was and was later convicted of kidnapping. Fadi Nasri hired a hitman to kill his wife and then went on TV to beg the killer to come forward.

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