1  Polygraph and CVSA Forums / Polygraph Policy / Re: Accused Spy Peter Rafael Dzibinski Debbins: Yet Another Catastrophic Failure of Polygraph Screening
 on: Yesterday at 6:57pm 
I meant real proof, not a blog from a whining sniveling wannabe who never was.

2  Polygraph and CVSA Forums / Polygraph Policy / Re: Accused Spy Peter Rafael Dzibinski Debbins: Yet Another Catastrophic Failure of Polygraph Screening
 on: Yesterday at 4:49pm 
quickfix wrote yesterday at 1:12pm:
troll_of_truth wrote yesterday at 1:37am:
The fact is, Debbins is one of many polygraph-passing federal criminals. 


Where is your proof?  Show the evidence.



I did.  You must have missed the link in my previous post.  Here is the proof:
https://bannedfromintel.wordpress.com/2021/01/29/u-s-fed-employee-criminals-all-...

3  Polygraph and CVSA Forums / Polygraph Procedure / Re: LAPD Polygraph Questions Disclosed
 on: Yesterday at 4:08pm 
Last year the LAPD produced a public relations Q & A video about polygraph screening featuring polygraph operator Michael Ward. A commentary, along with the video itself, is available on the blog here:

https://antipolygraph.org/blog/2021/04/18/lapd-polygraph-operator-michael-ward-s...


4  Polygraph and CVSA Forums / Polygraph Policy / Re: Accused Spy Peter Rafael Dzibinski Debbins: Yet Another Catastrophic Failure of Polygraph Screening
 on: Yesterday at 1:12pm 
troll_of_truth wrote yesterday at 1:37am:
The fact is, Debbins is one of many polygraph-passing federal criminals. 


Where is your proof?  Show the evidence.

5  Polygraph and CVSA Forums / Polygraph Procedure / Moved: 'What kind of test is this?'
 on: Yesterday at 2:58am 
This Topic has been moved to Post-Conviction Polygraph Programs by Administrator

6  Polygraph and CVSA Forums / Post-Conviction Polygraph Programs / Re: What kind of test is this?
 on: Yesterday at 2:56am 
I am unable to identify the polygraph technique used based on your description. I do not understand what you mean by "stim question." That's not a thing in polygraphy.

The procedure you describe sounds like a directed-lie "control" question "test." However, it is not standard practice to direct the subject to lie in response to irrelevant questions such as "Is your name ______?"

7  Polygraph and CVSA Forums / Polygraph Procedure / Re: Medical Conditions Affecting Polygraph.
 on: Yesterday at 2:37am 
Quote:
Would I be eligible to be exempt from the polygraph if my primary care provider states that I have Panic Attack Disorder, GAD, recently recovered from a Pulmonary Embolism, Bipolar Disorder, Major depressive disorder and PTSD?


No.

8  Polygraph and CVSA Forums / Polygraph Policy / Re: Accused Spy Peter Rafael Dzibinski Debbins: Yet Another Catastrophic Failure of Polygraph Screening
 on: Yesterday at 1:37am 
Hey quickfix,

You seem to be in denial that Debbins beat a polygraph.  Everyone who works at DIA has to take a polygraph. (see the faq "Do I need to take a polygraph test?")  Therefore, if Debbins worked at DIA, even as a contractor because contractors undergo the same clearance process as their government officers, he took a polygraph.  I found this article with proof of several other federal criminals who passed polygraphs as well.  The government is not going to publish a full unredacted polygraph report.  It is hard enough trying to get this through FOIA/PA.  The fact is, Debbins is one of many polygraph-passing federal criminals.  The polygraph is a joke.

9  Polygraph and CVSA Forums / Polygraph Procedure / Re: beta blockers and polys
 on: Apr 17th, 2021 at 11:31pm 
I don't understand why people say using medications wont help. If you have severe anxiety, panic attacks or paranoia..why wouldn't something like a benzodiazepine make you more capable to use countermeasures? I also don't understand this notion that mental illness/disorders don't negatively impact your results, I feel like this is the SOLE reason your results are impacted even when you're being honest, I mean besides the examiner being a big douche and failing people he suspects are lying. I also don't understand how a beta blocker wouldn't help in terms of helping ease one of the things they look for which is blood pressure. Isn't it best to keep things as low as possible except for when you're employing countermeasures?

Also, it's a bit absurd to say someone who's used illegal substances as petty as marijuana especially, shouldn't be allowed to become police officers. As if just because somethings illegal means it should remain illegal. Not all laws are just or correct. Get off the damn high horse.

10  Polygraph and CVSA Forums / Post-Conviction Polygraph Programs / Re: What kind of test is this?
 on: Apr 17th, 2021 at 11:23pm 
Two other questions I remember where Have you contacted your victim, and have you had any drugs or alcohol. The main issue I'm finding with these polygraphs is that there seems to be only basic questions...nothing like "Have you lied to so and so" or "Have you ever stolen anything in your life" etc that stand out as control questions in the book. Only what appears to be stim questions, right? Like telling me to lie in advance makes it a stim question doesn't it? Or am I completely lost here, I could use some guidance. I felt perfectly calm and did what I thought was correct in using countermeasures during the questions I was told to lie, but was that a mistake? I don't understand how I failed this "test" I was so incredibly calm, I have a good sense of when my heart beat elevates or my blood pressure increases, or if I start to prespire and tbh I felt so at ease I almost fell asleep during the third round of questions. I feel like he just failed me for the hell of it? Like I said no post-test interview or accusations of countermeasure. He did say my test was "all over the place"...he also said I failed in the last round of questions, when I was pretty much my calmest... I don't get it.

 
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