Thamsanqa Jantjie, the sign language interpreter for Nelson Mandela's memorial service, has been widely and with nearly 100% agreement been ridiculed as a fraud. The interview above is a short one, however it is packed with body language.
This image was captured at 0:05 - what does this unilateral eyebrow and forehead elevation indicate?
This characteristic nonverbal cluster - a central forehead contraction correlated with his mouth configuration (at 0:11) indicates what emotion(s)?
Two tongue juts (aka "Lizard Tongue") can be seen (this example at 0:14 seconds). With what set of emotional-thoughts is this correlated?
The tongue jut is repeated at the 0:58 mark. Both examples of this expression take place over a very brief time - thus are microexpressions.
What is the primary emotion being expressed in this instant (0:22)?
What of his head tilt?
Is his "mustache area" tightened asymmetrically?
What other significant facial asymmetry is displayed?
Is Thamsanqa Jantjie a fraud? Does he believe he's guilty?
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