Afraid to take to polygraph examination?
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#1 Jun 30, 2012
All of those that are involved in the Patricia Calloway disappearance are afraid to take the polygraph examination. Why? They continue to fabricate excuses such as medication and pain. You only make up excuses when you are hiding something and have the fear of failing. All of you involved know you are liars, thats why you will not come forward and take the examination. I would want to vendicate myself if i thought the public viewed me as a killer. But again you must have a concious to do something like that. So all of you sit back on your hands and do nothing, because the time is coming. And all of you are going to jail because you were a coward to come forward.
#3 Jun 30, 2012
I absolutely agree, they are all suspect. They should be forced to take it, but they rather run from the truth. But the truth will reveal itself soon enough.
#4 Jun 30, 2012
The results of a polygraph test are not admissible in court
#6 Jul 1, 2012
You cannot force anyone to take a polygraph test. Even with a subpoena
#7 Jul 1, 2012
you cannot subpoena a polygraph test. It wouldn't matter anyway they are extremely unreliable
#8 Jul 3, 2012
You are absolutely right. They are somewhat unreliable. But refusal to consent to taking one does indicate guilt. I believe if i was implicated as being involved in a crime, i would want to take a polygraph examination to vendicate myself. But the people that are involved in this continue to fabricate excuses as to why they would fail the test. A polygraph examination does indicate that you may have some inconsistancies about your knowledge of something. But to completely avoid wanting to come forward and take it, does indicate you are hiding something. So as a lawyer you should know that taking a polygraph examination does support the varsity of your story. And it will indicate whether you are being truthful or not. The new examinations that are done with the computer are more reputable than the older version. And in addition to the computer analysis, it is also reexamined by a polygraph examiner. So it is looked at twice, once by the computer as well as a human, so the degree of difficulty in trying to outwit it has increasingly become more difficult.
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