I noticed the moral indignation. Or a slight whiff of "I'm too good to stoop to that level" kind of thing. Or exaggerated emotional reactions.
I recall that when I would lie as a child, I would start crying due to the fear of getting caught. I would then use that emotional energy to try and gain sympathy from the listener.
This is a similar reaction I have seen from numerous Protestant Pastors I have confronted over the course of my lifetime.
When you ask them why they are acting so emotional about the thing you are confronting them about, they will lie about the real cause. Obviously, they are hiding something.
This brings to mind:
Let what you say be simply ‘Yes’ or ‘No’; anything more than this comes from evil.