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In November 2012, there was a large explosion in a home in a subdivision on the southeast side of Indianapolis that killed two people and injured seven others in Richmond Hill, Ind. The explosion leveled the house and severely damaged at least 32 homes in the subdivision. Two people in one house were killed in the explosion.

It didn’t take investigators long to examine the evidence and determine the explosion and fire were not an accident.  After the investigation and collection of evidence, three people were arrested.  The authorities used knowledge gained from the evidence to find holes in the statements of the people arrested. This is where statement analysis becomes useful in determining deception.

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