Another strange interview with Sandy Hook parent.Submitted by ThereCanBeOnlyOneRP on Sun, 12/23/2012 - 00:46
This is one of my first posts, and in honesty, I'm not sure if there's really much here, but I wanted to post this video of yet another parent displaying what could be construed as strange behavior during an interview.
This video above shows Neil Heslin, father of Jesse Allen who was alleged to have been slain, as he is being interviewed by Piers Morgan of CNN. During the interview, Mr. Heslin continuously looks down below the camera. It looks like his eyes pan from left to right several times as if he is reading from a cue card or a teleprompter or something. Also, after a few of the questions asked of him, Mr. Heslin looks down and scans his eyes left to right but acts confused and says he's at a loss for words. Could it be that the cue cards or whatever he's reading from is not up to pace with the interview? Near the 50 second mark, Heslin is asked a question and subsequently says "I'm at a loss for words" but when Piers Morgan begins to help him out, Mr. Heslin scans left to right again as if he's searching for the right words and begins lipping something as if he's reading.
At the 3:30 mark, Mr. Heslin begins telling a story about his son and is clearly, to me at least, reading from something as his eyes scan from left to right more obviously than during any other parts of the interview.
Also, like most of the other interviews, there are virtually no tears shed. Maybe none are shed.
I don't know what to make of it. After seeing the Robbie Parker video and some of the other videos of parents from Sandy Hook, I'm just seeing things that don't appear to be normal behavior. Could be wrong, and Mr. Heslin's looking down constantly could be a nuance, but I just wanted others to look at this objectively and decide for themselves.