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Posted by: Ex Member
Posted on: Feb 25th, 2016 at 6:43pm
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perhaps  there is a group of people who value this not being made public?

John Juan, although you are replying to a very old post, your question is interesting. There is indeed a group who values this not being made public--the U.S. Government. They cannot stifle free speech, but they have already demonstrated their propensity to come down on someone who crosses their line of tolerance to the point where I would not even entertain the thought of teaching someone how to employ countermeasures.
Posted by: john juan lucrative
Posted on: Feb 25th, 2016 at 8:41am
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how much is this  ability worth?
i know it works it did for me when i really needed it. perhaps  there is a group of people who value this not being made public?
Posted by: orolan
Posted on: May 16th, 2003 at 5:19am
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You know the old saying, "The more things change, the more they stay the same".
Posted by: George W. Maschke
Posted on: May 15th, 2003 at 2:36pm
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William Scott Stewart's long-forgotten article, "How to Beat the Lie Detector" (Esquire magazine, November 1941) may be the earliest ever published on polygraph countermeasures. Stewart also documents waste, fraud, and abuse associated with the use of the lie detector at that time. It's amazing how little things have changed after more than sixty years!