Is this Genuine Sadness?

Julie Harper admitted to fatally shooting her husband, Jason Harper, in their North County home on Aug. 7, 2012, but claims she did it in self-defense, alleging that she feared Jason would kill or rape her.

Harper took the stand in her own defense and described the day she shot and killed her husband.

Take a look at her testimony starting at around 1:00 in the video below. Do Harper’s emotions align with her testimony? Does her sadness seem genuine? Give us your thoughts in the comment section!

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7 responses to “Is this Genuine Sadness?”

  1. Israel Romero Rodriguez says:

    She is Actually laughing

  2. Chris Jeppsson says:

    high pitched, whine type of sound, completely unnatural rhythm, does she have botox? and like Isreel said kind of looks like she smiles

  3. Chris Jeppsson says:

    so no to actually answer the question.

  4. Andrii says:

    I can’t notice symptoms of sadness at all.

  5. The purpose of sadness is to help humans adjust to loss of all kinds like the death of a spouse and should make us less enthusiastic however in this video she seems to be desperately holding back her laughter with her eyes closed as many people do when they laugh uncontrollably. I would like to see what her laugh looks like and compare.

  6. Natalia Gómez says:

    No, her emotions doesn’t correspond to what she is saying, she is definetely not sad, her mouth and eye-brows aren’t dropping and she is trying to hard to pretend that she will cry, you can notice the effort she is making.

  7. Aaron says:

    no it doesn’t match however if you watch nothing with her forehead/eyebrows move at all. My guess would be potential botox has been done recently. Here voice doesn’t actually sound as if she is about to cry either its more shake like anxiety over sadness. would need other footage for a baseline in it.

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