Sub­tle con­tra­dic­tion

Chat - - Hair-raising -

Fadri Nasri hired a hit man to stab his wife Nisha to death. But he had the au­dac­ity to fea­ture on Crime­watch, ap­peal­ing for her killer to come for­ward. Only, as his in­ter­view was aired and he said the killing of his wife had ‘com­pletely changed’ his life, Nasri un­wit­tingly gave him­self away. Nasri was jailed for mur­der in 2008.

Cliff says:

‘He’s say­ing this com­pletely changed his life. How­ever, we are see­ing a con­tra­dic­tion with his sin­gle-sided right shoul­der shrug. It’s lift­ing a frac­tion of a cen­time­tre. It con­tra­dicts the words he’s say­ing. And he gives away the kick he’s get­ting from fool­ing the me­dia with a sly smile – it hap­pens for about one fifth of a sec­ond.’


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