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Bill Gates Deposition: Lies Upon Lies Upon More Lies (Nervous Breakdown Somehow Avoided)

Can't he just be brutally honest like his engineer, arrested at the Gates mansion for pedophilia (collecting thousands of child rape and other child abuse files, then trading them, in effect passing them around)?

Shut downSummary: Bill Gates took somewhat of a risky gamble by repeatedly lying to interrogators, who kept asking the same sorts of questions again and again until he folded; in this part of the tapes (to be properly assessed at a later stage) Gates has lots of awkward pauses, coughing every now and then, giving away body language, refuting his own denials when pressured by presentation of hard evidence (e.g. the words "wrest control of Java" around 13:00; this is applicable to what Microsoft does to the Linux Foundation at present)

THE BILL GATES deposition tapes re-published so far (see first part, second part, third part, fourth part, and fifth part) are rather revealing in a lot of ways. They reveal an increasingly erratic man, unravelled by his very own words (lying to interrogators, who prove to him that he's lying to them). The publication of some transcripts has ample evidence of that (actual examples).

"The longer it goes on for, the more contradictions in one's own words will be revealed (contradictory statements are a red flag, signifying lies)."The term "keeping up with one's lies" is highly applicable here. Two scenarios are possible: either you tell the truth all the time (and it's very easy, no need to pause for a minute to answer simple questions) or... you lie and then must then remember -- i.e. keep up with -- all past lies (a chain of lies) until it all breaks down. The longer it goes on for, the more contradictions in one's own words will be revealed (contradictory statements are a red flag, signifying lies).

Without further ado, here's the Bill Gates deposition, part 6:

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We expect that part 7 will be ready some time tomorrow morning.

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