USA Court Nominee Kavanaugh and Accuser Can take a Lie Detector Tests…or Continue Dog and Pony Show.
The American press is going crazy right now over allegations against a court nominee…from almost 40 years ago…with no witnesses.
While spinning the press in circles, nobody is actually trying to get to the truth. A polygraph would probably get in the way of all the drama,...Read More
Some People Think They Can
Pass a Polygraph Test by Cheating
In the UK we expect to see one in ten clients try to cheat and perform countermeasures to try to pass a polygraph test. In the pre-test interview I often cover the common things we see and explain just how easy they are for an experienced examiner to notice.
The most obvious to spot,...Read More
Kyle Sandilands claims he has been rehired 10 years after controversial lie detector test that went oh so wrong on live TV. Violating all protocol by doing a live test on a 14 year old girl back in 2009, apparently all is forgotten? One would think the integrity of someone that would perform such an act would be considered, but reality TV seems to do anything for money today.
Claiming his new...Read More
TV Reality Shows Prove Once Again They are Patently Fake
This week we found ourselves being called to duty to help explain a tweet by Kady McDermott relating to the authenticity of the supposed ‘polygraphs’ given on the ‘reality’ show Love Island. Although the producers of the show, ITV, have stated that the tests are ‘real’ we had no choice but to call...Read More
Location, Location, Location…
There are seemingly a lot of options when booking a lie detector test. However, there are only three polygraph companies in the U.K. that have their own offices and we are one of them. We are also the only concern to have a dedicated examination office in the South East of the U.K.
Why do we think it is important to conduct a an examination in...Read More
Once more, in an attempt to sensationalize a case for TV, the media has attempted to use a polygraph test for the show Inside Justice to investigate the conviction of Glyn Razzell. It seems his refusal to take a test has been taken as evidence of guilt. It should be noted that The U.K. prison service has banned the use of Polygraph within any of its facilities since 2015.
The Glyn Razzell case...Read More