Polygraph operator and American Polygraph Association board of directors member Lisa Ribacoff, who is in business with her father, fraud-tainted celebrity polygrapher and private investigator Dan Ribacoff, was a speaker at the Oxygen Network’s recently concluded CrimeCon 2022 conference in Las Vegas, Nevada. Her talk was styled as an “AMA” (“Ask Me Anything”) affair, but as Jeffrey Augustine reports, there were certain questions that Ribacoff was unwilling to entertain. Excerpt:
Lisa Ribacoff, daughter of Dan Ribacoff, the self-proclaimed celebrity private investigator and polygraph examiner, from the Steve Wilkos Show and International Investigative Group LLC (IIGPI), was confronted at CrimeCon 2022 in Las Vegas over highly offensive racist text messages her father allegedly sent to several private investigators.
Lisa Ribacoff was invited to speak about her experience as a polygraph examiner at CrimeCon Las Vegas, presented by Oxygen Network, despite serious allegations that her company, InDepth Polygraphs, is facing regarding its role in the use of polygraph exams to allegedly suppress the hiring of black police officer candidates at the New York MTA. The New York Daily News reported on these very serious allegations in November 2021.
DCPI has acquired shocking video from a confrontation with Lisa Ribacoff, which took place in a meeting room open to attendees at CrimeCon 2022 in Las Vegas. Ribacoff was asked by an attendee to explain the accusations against her alleging racial bias, as well as the racist text messages allegedly sent by her father and owner of InDepth Polygraphs, Dan Ribacoff.
When confronted by an attendee and asked, “what about the racist text messages from your father?” Lisa Ribacoff ordered the attendee, a Black male, to “step aside.” She then became increasingly agitated and responded, “I’m not my father, I’m not my father!”
Lisa Ribacoff also declined to answer questions regarding why her family’s private investigative business kept accused rapist Yanti Greene in its employ. Read Augustine’s full report, along with the associated video footage, here.