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Doug Williams is a former Oklahoma City detective sergeant. As an officer in the department's internal affairs and polygraph unit, he conducted thousands of polygraph tests. In the late 1970s, however, Williams began to doubt that the so-called lie detector actually is such a thing, and within a decade he had evolved into one of the most vocal, visible, and theatrical critics of the polygraph. Williams shows Bloomberg exactly how simple it is to manipulate, and beat, the lie detector test. (Video by Jennafer Savino and Justin Beach) (Source: Bloomberg) Subscribe to Bloomberg on YouTube: 🤍 Bloomberg Television offers extensive coverage and analysis of international business news and stories of global importance. It is available in more than 310 million households worldwide and reaches the most affluent and influential viewers in terms of household income, asset value and education levels. With production hubs in London, New York and Hong Kong, the network provides 24-hour continuous coverage of the people, companies and ideas that move the markets.
Meet polygraph examiner Malaravan Ponniah, 60, who has questioned suspects in criminal cases ranging from outrage of modesty to murder, as well as civil disputes such as cheating spouses. Ron spent 32 years in the military where he was trained in the art of forensic polygraph examination by US instructors. After retiring from the military in 2011, he set up his own company and is now one of a handful of commercial polygraph examiners in Singapore. These days, about 60% of Ron’s cases involve cheating spouses. The rest come from law firms and from employers doing pre-employment checks. We answer burning questions for him from our viewers, and even put a CNA Insider producer through the lie detector test to see if it really works, and how. 00:00 Who he’s done polygraph testing on 00:37 How does a polygraph test work? 02:53 How to spot a lie without a polygraph? 04:51 How accurate are ‘lie detector’ tests? 05:13 Why polygraph test results are inadmissible in court Listen to more of Ron's story and work on the Heavy Duty podcast: cna.asia/heavyduty Read ‘This polygraph examiner can sniff out lies, with or without equipment’: 🤍 For more, SUBSCRIBE to CNA INSIDER! 🤍 Follow CNA INSIDER on: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Website: 🤍
The polygraph has gained a reputation in popular culture as the quintessential lie detector. This video seeks to illustrate how undeserved that reputation is. TWITTER: 🤍 | Patreon: 🤍 | Paypal/Contact: MOCrimeAndSociety🤍gmail.com Special Thanks: Doug Williams - More info at Polygraph.com George W. Maschke of AntiPolygraph.org Thumbnail Credit: Alex of The History Report (Channel here: 🤍 Audio Mastering: Alec Armbruster Further Reading: False Confessions: The True Story of Doug Williams and His Crusade Against the Polygraph Industry by Jack Straw and Doug Williams: 🤍 How To Sting the Polygraph by Doug Williams: 🤍 Plus reams of information at 🤍
What's up everybody?! In this video, I talk about my experience with the polygraph test and give you my OPINION on the matter. Obviously, opinions are just that and should not be taken too seriously, have you had to take a polygraph test? What was your experience? If you haven't grabbed a copy of rising above click the link below! 🤍
Episode 726: Polygraph Test Maddam Sir conducts a polygraph test with Vandana to know whether she is telling the truth or not. Cheetah Chaturvedi tells Maddam Sir that the reports are positive and Vandana has always been telling the truth. Karishma Singh tells Maddam Sir that Sonika is the only person who has been in contact with her father and Vandana all these years. As Sonika is a teenager, she might not feel comfortable talking to cops. So, Maddam Sir tells Pushpa Ji, due to her motherly nature, to talk to Sonika and find out everything. Keep an eye out for more! Star Cast – Gulki Joshi, Yukti Kapoor, Sonali Naik, Bhavika Sharma, Pankhuri Awasthy Rode, Priyanshu Singh, and Ajay Jadhav Episode No – 726 - 1 Feb 2023 Produced By – Jay Mehta #MaddamSir #मैड्डमसर #SAB Click here to subscribe to SAB: 🤍 About The Show: - Set in Lucknow the show is based on one such all-women Police station made by 4 beautiful quirky women. Pushpa, the oldest of them, is the head constable who tries to balance her life between home and work. Karishma, the Sub Inspector, is fish out of the water as she is at loggerheads with the philosophy of the police station. She beats before she talks but now she has to solve all cases through reconciliation. Santosh Sharma is a young new recruit and a typical lonely girl in the city. The head of the pack is S.H.O Haseena Mallik, witty, romantic leads by example. The common challenge for all these women is to bring sensitivity to their policing while dealing with cases that come to this police station. Hence their solution is most unusual. The characters and the circumstances add to the fun and humor of the show. While Pushpa and Karishma are the saas-bahu duo, who keep us entertained with their Squabbles, Haseena - Karishma's ideological differences add to the drama madam and comedy. Click here to watch the full episodes: 🤍 Polygraph Test - Maddam Sir - Ep 726 - Full Episode - 1 Feb 2023
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Learn about the world of the polygraph test and how this tool is part of the everchanging world of truths vs. lies. Dr. Tuvya Amsel is a senior criminal investigator, polygraph examiner, researcher and innovator in the area of human integrity and credibility. In the last 45 years, he has interviewed over 35,000 people while conducting various types of criminal investigations, polygraph tests, security screenings and integrity projects – for small businesses as well as mega corporations (up to 55,000 employees) in both America and Asia. Beyond investigating, Dr. Amsel is an author of books, a creator of law enforcement manuals and a columnist for American and European polygraph magazines. Since 1982, Dr. Amsel has been sharing his vast experience with law enforcement agencies and corporate security departments all over the world. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at 🤍
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ORLANDO, FLORIDA — At 1:45 a.m. on October 17, 2015, Sasha Samsudean was trying to get back to her condo after an evening out drinking with friends in downtown Orlando. Witnesses described her as being extremely intoxicated. Sasha shared an Uber with two other young women, back to her condo at Uptown Place. The two women, Julia Goff and Haley Messmore, were concerned about Sasha's well-being, and waited as she tried to use the keypad to enter Uptown Place. Sasha did not have her key fob, key, ID, or phone, and she was unable to get in. Before long, Stephen Duxbury, a security guard, approached the three women. They explained Sasha's predicament and Duxbury advised that he could not let anyone into the building without proof that they were a resident, nor could he allow her to sleep on a couch in the lobby. As they continued to talk, a young male resident opened the door and allowed Sasha in. Instead of challenging her entry into the building, Duxbury continued talking with Goff and Messmore, who expressed their concern to Duxbury as to how Sasha would get into her unit without a key. The women eventually left for their own building. In his statements to the police, Duxbury said that he then went looking for Sasha. The jury saw CCTV video that showed Sasha wandering around the inside of the building as she tried to find her apartment. The video showed Duxbury following her for at least thirty minutes. One eyewitness testified that Duxbury was trailing a short distance behind an obviously-intoxicated Sasha, rather than actually walking with her. Duxbury later told police that Sasha, at some point, tried to enter her apartment by using a digital lock on her door, but she was not able to recall the code. She told him that her key fob was in her car, so Duxbury started to go with her to the garage. However, Duxbury related that Sasha suddenly recalled the code and headed back toward her apartment; Duxbury said he left her alone at that point. When he passed by her door later, he did not see her. Sasha's friends became concerned when they were unable to contact her and they called the police, who eventually agreed to do a well-being check. Although off-duty, Duxbury approached the police and Sasha's friends, and stated that he knew who they were concerned about—before anybody told him whether the person was male or female, or her name. Police gained access to Sasha's apartment and entered. Initially, they saw no sign of a struggle or any criminal activity, but before long, they discovered Sasha, dead, in her bed, wrapped in a comforter. She smelled of bleach and there were signs around her consistent with somebody attempting to remove physical evidence. Sasha's shirt and bra had been ripped open in front. Her pants and underwear had been forcefully removed, leaving abrasions; those items of clothing were never recovered.(1) The medical examiner ("M.E.") found evidence of blunt trauma to Sasha's head, contusions on her upper body as though she had been repeatedly punched, defensive wounds on her arms, and other contusions and abrasions consistent with forceful restraint. There was no direct evidence of intercourse, but the M.E. discovered abrasions that were consistent with somebody attempting to have sex with Sasha. The M.E. testified that Sasha's cause of death was asphyxiation due to manual strangulation, and her death was ruled a homicide. Duxbury completed his usual daily report, in which he mentioned his encounter with Sasha. He did not mention the length of time that he followed her around, nor report that he had removed bags of trash from an inside hallway. After being advised of his Miranda rights, Duxbury steadfastly maintained that he had never been in Sasha's apartment. Investigators found a print from his right thumb in her bathroom and a print from his left thumb on the nightstand in her bedroom. Furthermore, his DNA was found on Sasha's breasts. There were shoeprints in Samsudean's apartment, including several that generally matched a pair of shoes recovered from Duxbury’s home. A police technician searched Duxbury’s smartphone and determined that someone had done an internet search using that phone, trying to learn how to override a Kwikset digital lock—the type of lock on Sasha's door. That search was performed around 5:00 a.m., which coincided with the ninety-minute time period during which Duxbury is not seen on any video, nor his location revealed by any other security-related patrol data. (1) Security video showed Duxbury carrying bags of trash from the building into the garage where (a) his car was parked, and (b) a dumpster was located. It was unusual for security to remove trash from the building, and the length of time after Duxbury entered the garage led the State to suggest that Duxbury may have put the bags in his car and not in the dumptster. Note: this audio was recently published elsewhere; the video has never been published. ~~~ /r/realworldpolice 🤍realworldpolice
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प्रिय साथियो, पिछले कुछ समय से आप खबरों में लगातार 'पॉलीग्राफ और नार्को टेस्ट' का ज़िक्र सुन रहे होंगे। इसके साथ ही आपने इससे जुड़ी अन्य अवधारणा जैसे ब्रेन मैपिंग आदि के बारे में भी सुना होगा। आमतौर पर खबरों में इन विषयों का उल्लेख भर होता है और गहराई में जाकर इसे समझने-समझाने की कोशिश नहीं की जाती है। बहुत संभव है कि इससे संबंधित आपकी तमाम जिज्ञासाओं का कोई यथोचित जबाव आपको नहीं मिल पाता होगा। इसलिये ही मैंने इसे अपनी परिचर्चा का विषय बनाया है। जैसा कि परिचर्चा के शीर्षक- 'पॉलीग्राफ, नार्को टेस्ट और ब्रेन मैपिंग : क्या, कैसे और क्यों?' से ही स्पष्ट है कि इसमें विस्तार से इसके सभी पहलुओं की चर्चा की गई है। ये किस तकनीक पर काम करते हैं, इसके सही या गलत होने की प्रायिकता क्या होती है और इसके कानूनी व नैतिक पहलू क्या हैं, इन सभी पर विस्तृत चर्चा की गई है। मेरी कोशिश यही है कि इन मुद्दों पर हो रहा सार्वजनिक विमर्श थोड़ा और तर्कपूर्ण व वस्तुनिष्ठ हो जाए। #vikasdivyakirti #NarcoTest #polygraph
A number of you have contacted me with concerns about your BI or polygraph. This is to remind you that everyone, including yours truly, have done things that may be a bit embarrassing, but will not disqualify you as long as you tell the truth. I wish the Gov would stop using the polygraph for pre-employment, but as long as they do, it will be a requirement. Just follow the tips outlined in the video and you will do fine.
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What’s Behind Taylor’s Alleged Flashbacks? Taylor Faces the Polygraph Results Dr. Phil: Season 20, Episode 77 Taylor, who accuses her father Larry of sexually abusing her, which he vehemently denies, tells what she claims to remember from her flashbacks; the results of Larry's polygraph test come in. Hello everyone, Since the channel is not monetized, If you like the content and would like to support the channel, here our patreon: 🤍 Regardless, we will continue to upload all episodes to youtube including new ones, we sincerely appreciate your support, Thank you all and have a nice day ❤
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How to Beat a Polygraph Test: Have you ever wondered if you could beat a polygraph? Or if there was really any science behind a lie detector test? According to tv, a polygraph test is a fail-safe way to get to the truth and find out when someone is lying, but in real life, they fail to live up to the hype. But just because polygraphs are bogus, doesn't mean you can't learn to fool a polygraph. The lie detector would be better suited as a fear detector. That’s because so-called ‘lie detection’ involves inferring deception through analysis of physiological responses to a series of questions. The only problem with that, there’s no recognized set of physiological responses that indicate deception. An innocent person could be nervous over being questioned, and a sociopath could be as cool as a cucumber. As a result, they’re inadmissible as evidence in most federal and state courts. But still, just because lie detectors are junk science, doesn’t mean you can’t learn to beat them. To find out how to beat a polygraph, be sure to watch the full video. If you like these quick bits be sure to let us know in the comments and don't forget to subscribe so you never miss an upload. If you like this video, be sure to check out our playlist of best videos here: 🤍 All the Links: Discord: We're planning on launching a discord channel hand-in-hand with a Patreon later this year (guessing a November-December timeline). We won't be advertising the discord or mentioning it in a video until we launch the Patreon with it, so until then there won't be many people or much content, but if you want to join now and be one of the first members, here's the link: 🤍 Amazon Affiliate Link*: 🤍 (FYI: This specific link will take you to the mic I use to record my videos, but after you click the link you can buy ANYTHING on Amazon and this will help support the channel) A playlist of our best videos: 🤍
EXCLUSIVE: Amid Border Patrol recruitment crisis, bill aims to drop polygraph requirement for some applicants A bill Republican Rep. Dan Crenshaw introduced Friday could streamline Border Patrol's hiring process by eliminating the polygraph requirement for some candidates with law enforcement or military credentials. "[Border Patrol] are having trouble hiring," Crenshaw told Fox News. "You look at what's happening on the border and what their job is and you wonder why anyone would want to join. And this is just an additional hurdle." Passing a lie detector test has been required for prospective Customs and Border Protection agents for the past decade. But some current and former employees say overly aggressive and unaccountable polygraph examiners are disqualifying more than half of otherwise-qualified candidates. "It's an interrogation tool," said Crenshaw, who served for a decade in the SEAL Teams. "It's useful for me as an intelligence officer when I want to vet an asset. It is not useful legally. It is thrown out in court. It is not useful for hiring purposes, in my opinion." About two-thirds of CBP applicants who took a polygraph failed, The Associated Press reported in 2017. The FBI and Secret Service's failure rates were about half that, according to the same report. None of the agencies have provided Fox News with more recent statistics, but the vice president of the National Border Patrol Council said CBP's failure rate is currently around 50%. Crenshaw's bill would amend the Anti-Border Corruption Act of 2010, allowing CBP to waive the polygraph requirement for current, full-time federal, state and local law enforcement officers who meet certain other criteria such as being in good standing with their departments. It would also waive the requirement for some military members with security clearances. "When you're talking about people who already have clearances, who have already served in law enforcement, who have a good record and just want to be Border Patrol agents, [the polygraph] is a deeply foolish way to hire people," he said. A 2017 Government Accountability Office report cited the polygraph as one reason it took an average of nine months to hire new agents. The agency has long failed to meet its hiring goals and is facing a surge of retirements in the coming years. "This should not be a very controversial piece of legislation," Crenshaw said. "It is barely moving the needle, to be honest. I'd rather get rid of polygraphs completely for Border Patrol." Crenshaw and then-Sen. Martha McSally of Arizona introduced similar legislation in 2019 with the goal of slashing the time required to hire Border Patrol agents, but those bills failed to advance. Crenshaw told Fox News he hopes Democrats will be more willing to support the bill now that former speaker Nancy Pelosi no longer has an "iron fist" on the House. "But there's there's just Democrats who just don't like working with us because they're Democrats and we're Republicans," he said. "All we can do is try."
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Anxious and nervous people are often scared for polygraph or lie detector tests. How do nerves affect a test? Is it possible that the test does not pass through the nerves? Will a nervous person fail a polygraph test? All very popular and reasonable questions. Human beings are different and react differently to situations. Some might be a little bit more anxious than others and could consider this a problem to submit to a polygraph test. This video tries to explain how this can affect during the polygraph test. The polygraph is an instrument that records the consequences that originate in the autonomic nervous system, therefore nerves are an important aspect of an examination. However, the type of nerves that this question refers to do not have a negative effect on the test but rather contribute to the proper development of the test. Being nervous is normal, especially when a person is in an unfamiliar situation or under scrutiny. It is a natural state of a person. The procedure of the polygraph test is designed so that the examinee has the time to calm down and be able to explain his or her version with confidence. This is one of the main reasons why a polygraph exam is only administered to the person examined, in all privacy and lasts for two hours. In addition, the polygraph techniques used contain types of questions that serve to balance the emotional discharge of the examinee and in this way allow to contrast the peaks of that emotional discharge. That is to say, if a person is nervous when connecting to the polygraph, it will be during the whole test and the technique used will allow balancing that emotional response in such a way that it is possible to detect the deviations. However inform the examiner if there is any situation that may affect the nervousness as for example that has been subjected to an interrogation, accused for a long period of time of having done something, etc. In case of doubt, do not hesitate to tell the technician. Especially if you have been: - Interrogation - Falsely accused for a long period of time - Recent traumatic situation +-+-+-+-+ Video produced by Amável Sanches, forensic psychophysiologist, polygraph expert, member of the American Polygraph Association, Primary Polygraph Instructor, major in forensic sciences by the Autonomous University of Barcelona. For more information please visit our website or send us an email: Web: 🤍 Email: info🤍bearforensics.com Thank you, B.E.A.R. FORENSICS
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