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  1. My son-in-law recently had the same experience. He recently received an Honorable Discharge from the U.S. Marine Corp. Had a excellent record while serving and was accused of many wrongdoings during the CBP polygraph. As a 27 year veteran of Law Enforcement, it sickens me that exceptionally and honorable candidates are being disqualified and wrongly accused. Something needs to be done.

  2. This just happened to my 24 year old son today. He was floored and could not understand why it was happening. He has jumped all the hoops and was so hopeful today going into this test. He had nothing to hide. Yet, he was told that he was trying to “trick’ the test (monitor his breathing, swallowing too much, etc.). She accused him of looking things upon the internet on how to pass the test. He has a clean background and has zero to lie about. He really felt like today was going to be a great day to get through one more of the steps. He is just so confused as to why he was being berated for his behavior. He felt he was being a ‘normal’ as he could and answering all the questions honestly. I see he is not the only one this has happened to. It’s too bad that good candidates are being put through this and missing out on a future in this field all because of ONE person’s opinion.

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