In this brief interview with three family members of the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting last December, the two women (mothers of victims) display essentially identical nonverbal signals of disbelief.
Note: The original video has, since the original post, been removed from its online source. The images below however, were captured from this video.
Ms. Hockley's right eyebrow is elevated along with significantly more contraction of the right side of her forehead.
This is one common body language sing of incredulity. She has difficulty believing why the release of the audiotapes from the events of that terrible day would benefit the public in any way.
In a slightly less pronounced example on Ms. Marquez-Greene, we again see the right eyebrow and right forehead elevated - nonverbally signalling her disbelief in the public's value in the audio recordings release.
What other very telling body language signals do you see in this video?
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