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Topic Summary - Displaying 25 post(s).
Posted by: Bill Update
Posted on: Oct 5th, 2019 at 12:34am
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William McCallister secretly is back in the Lie Detection business.

floridatruthverification.com    Converus Eye Detect service

Helga Depollo is still his partner in crime, but she is not around, and she does not answer the phone.
He answers the phone "George"
He travels the state offering Eye Detect tests in a black Mercedes sprinter mobile office.
He will not be exposed to any security cameras in office buildings or hotels.
Posted by: Wandersmann
Posted on: Nov 20th, 2015 at 6:54pm
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broz wrote on Nov 20th, 2015 at 6:45pm:
Interesting...  The use of a polygraph to extort sex.  If you don't provide my gratification then I will state you are lying and it will lead to divorce.  Awesome, I wonder how often this has happened?
                   


Anyone whose spouse is dumb enough to believe in polygraph witchcraft and then subsequently seeks divorce based on polygraph results is probably better off in the long run.
Posted by: broz
Posted on: Nov 20th, 2015 at 6:45pm
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Interesting...  The use of a polygraph to extort sex.  If you don't provide my gratification then I will state you are lying and it will lead to divorce.  Awesome, I wonder how often this has happened?
Posted by: Aunty Agony
Posted on: Nov 20th, 2015 at 6:42pm
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Aunty agrees with the Angel.  It is a bad idea to publicly threaten someone who has ruined many lives.  One of his other enemies might murder him, and the police would consider anyone who has ever threatened him to be a suspect.

Aunty advises you to get together with all[1] of McCallister's other victims and seek legal counsel[2] to explore what can be done.  Counsel will also help you find a sympathetic district attorney in an effective venue.

-Aunty.
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[1] Or as many as you can convince to join you.
[2] Not necessarily hire a lawyer -- there are many legal aid societies and victim's rights organizations that will put you on the right track for no payment.
Posted by: Ex Member
Posted on: Nov 20th, 2015 at 4:22am
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im coming for you you sick sick sick perverted animal

Caroline, I don't think such postings, here or elsewhere, will serve to bring you any kind of justice. In fact, they may just backfire on you. If you feel you have been wronged, consulting an attorney would be the prudent path forward.
Posted by: caroline
Posted on: Nov 19th, 2015 at 11:54am
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you have opened a can of worms that should have been dealt with years ago, animal like you can not be allowed to mix with society. you ruined my life and lots of other lifes too. you were an ex copper too wasnt you ? you gave me a blue pill didnt you? you were working with HELGA wasnt you? who do you think you are..............im coming for you you sick sick sick perverted animal PEABODY HOTEL RING ANY BELLS
Posted by: caroline
Posted on: Nov 19th, 2015 at 11:48am
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you disgusting animal mccalister, i was a victim of yours you drugged and kidnapped me whilst i was a young girl on holiday, i picked you out of a photo book to the orange county sherrif , you got me from the marriott hotel in kissemee and you drugged me sexually assaulted me, robbed and stripped and threw me on the roadside, i had to leave as my holday was over and i was incontact with the police who kept me up to date with your sentance. how the hell have you got away with a string of offences ever since, i am going to get my case reopened.....it will never be over you sick bastasrd
Posted by: George W. Maschke
Posted on: Sep 26th, 2014 at 11:57am
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Mr. McCallister,

Thank you for the update on the disposition of your case.
Posted by: William McCallister
Posted on: Sep 26th, 2014 at 1:25am
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George Maschke,

Just wanted to give you the results of my two year nine month trek through the criminal justice system.  December 14, 2011 thru September 12, 2014.

The bottom line is this.  I had thirty seven (37) felony counts leveled against me.  Alleged sexual battery (2 cts.), extortion, delivery of alprazolam, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, possession of child porn (31 cts.) and Interception of wire/electronic communication.

On September 12, 2004, I took a negotiated plea. All sex crimes were dropped. I pled guilty to delivery of alprazolam, attempted possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, and interception of wire/electronic communication. All third degree felonies punishable by up to five years each.

The thirty four (34) remaining charges, were nol-prossed (dropped/abandoned) by the state attorney.  I was placed on probation and released from custody. Remember, I spent over two years in jail, fighting these charges.

If you throw enough criminal charges at a person, some are bound to stick.  Whether or not I am guilty of these alleged crimes, does not matter.  I did what was best for me to limit liability, in these cases.

Sincerely,

William McCallister


Posted by: Bill_Brown
Posted on: Jan 27th, 2013 at 7:19pm
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http://www.polksheriff.org/inq/pages/inmate.aspx?BookingNumber=2012-028031

Interesting list of Crimes Mr. McCallister is charged with in addition to the original charge he listed.
Posted by: Hanna
Posted on: Jan 2nd, 2013 at 8:38pm
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Bend over and kiss your ass good bye Bill.  Take Shaffer with you. Smiley Smiley
Posted by: RoamingBack
Posted on: Jan 1st, 2013 at 4:14pm
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Of interest was Mr McCallister's repeated (self-serving?) comments about discrepancies in all his prior cases and convictions. I have no personal knowledge of Polk County politics and live far away from Florida but it would appear that, in this case, where there is repeated 'smoke' there is indeed fire.
McCallister's statements should amply prove the mindset of the career criminal... deny, mislead, smokescreens and lies on top of fabrications. When anyone questions conviction rates in what might appear to be an 'obvious' crime they simply need to refer back to the psychology of the permanent perpetrator and discover how difficult obtaining truth (if possible ever) is for the system.
I'm not sure what purpose all his ramblings had but in a short 'comment' about his arrest a person who (stated) knew him and his family wrote this, "You are a sick dumbass that cares more for a dollar bill than a human life. I want to mix your blood with your freckles."  And so it goes (get rid of the glasses kid).
Posted by: falsepositive
Posted on: Nov 23rd, 2012 at 2:23am
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ha! thats rich. I'd love to see him take is own test now. He'd probably pass.
Posted by: OrangeJumpSuit
Posted on: Nov 19th, 2012 at 5:43am
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Bill McCallister is now meeting a whole bunch of new and intimate friends in that Florida Jail  .... I hope he squirms more than the people he screwed over in the polygraph room.   What you dished out is now coming back there Bill !!!
Posted by: George W. Maschke
Posted on: Nov 7th, 2012 at 9:56am
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Polygraph operator William McCallister has now been charged with 31 counts of possession of child pornography:

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http://www.theledger.com/article/20121106/NEWS/121109498

Ex-Polygrapher For The Polk County Sheriff's Office Charged With Child Porn

Published: Tuesday, November 6, 2012 at 9:24 p.m.
Last Modified: Tuesday, November 6, 2012 at 9:24 p.m.

A former polygraph examiner for the Polk County Sheriff's Office was booked into the Polk County jail Tuesday on 31 counts of possession of child pornography.

The pornography charges were filed against William McCallister, 59, of Lake Wales, by the State Attorney's Office, who say the 31 images were found on one of McCallister's computers.

McCallister, who operated Florida Polygraph Associates, Inc. in Winter Haven, has an extensive criminal history and has been the subject of a multi-agency investigation that police say began in December, when McCallister was accused of drugging and sexually battering a woman during a polygraph exam.


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http://www.wtsp.com/news/local/article/281327/8/Former-polygraph-examiner-in-tro...

William McCallister is in jail again, this time on child porn charges

Lake Wales, Florida -- A man, part of an ongoing investigation involving multiple agencies, was arrested Tuesday after numerous child porn files were found on his computers.

Authorities say the investigation into 59-year-old William McCallister began in December 2011 after the Winter Haven Police Department received information he drugged a woman at his Florida Polygraph Associates, Inc. and sexually battered her during a polygraph exam. In that incident, he was charged with delivery of a controlled substance, extortion and attempted sexual battery.

Then in August 2012 during a search at his Lake Wales home, Polk County detectives found a .357 Smith and Wesson revolver. He was charged with possession on a firearm by a convicted felon.

Most recently, detectives found 31 images of child porn on his home computers and have charged him with 31 counts possession of child porn and violation of pre-trial release conditions.

McCallister's criminal arrest history includes serving 15 years in prison for seven counts of robbery, kidnapping and two counts of administering barbiturates in 1992 after the Orange County Sheriff's Office investigated cases where he was suspected of drugging women in bars.

Detectives believe McCallister may have other vicitms who have yet to come forward. Anyone with information about McCallister's crimes is urged to contact the Polk County Sheriff's Office at 863-298-6200.

Posted by: figs
Posted on: Apr 28th, 2012 at 3:21am
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Quote:
they live at 510 farrington way orlando fl 32837


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ATTENTION NEW YORK AREA!!!

I am seeking information regarding a physical and/or sexual child abuse case that occured in the New York Area. The victim is possibly two (2) years of age.   Possibly in the Astoria or Bellerose (Queens County) New York area. This information was developed from a family member. Between  1993 - 2005. The suspects are:

Husband & Wfe:
Zamela Balbhadr Jambard, Age 47
Seeram Matadial, age 43
The currently reside in Orlando, Florida.

Anyone with information, please respond to:

William L. McCallister
President
Florida Polygraph Associates, Inc.
Winter Haven, FL 33880
863-299-9424
floridapolygraph@comcast.net



The info was develped betwen 1993-2005 and the victim is posibly 2 years of age. That makes this a very serious aleged crime.

I believe in Florida, assalt on a fetus is a class F fellony. How much more serious is assalt on a unfertilised egg?
Posted by: miamiexams
Posted on: Apr 27th, 2012 at 9:16pm
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Attention Florida area:

McCallister, cops charge, then told the woman how she could remedy her purported problem. “If you give me a blow job,” he said, "then I will tell your husband that you passed.” Recalling that she was becoming dizzy and faint, the woman said that McCallister warned that her spouse would divorce her if he found out she failed the polygraph test.
At this point, McCallister reached inside the woman’s shirt and began fondling her breasts. He then “reached his hand down in front of her and rubbed her vagina on the outside of her pants.” While he was groping, McCallister asked the woman a series of questions about her sex life and masturbation.
Posted by: William McCallister
Posted on: Apr 26th, 2012 at 4:39am
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I already have that address.  What I need is who is the victim in New York and how can I contact them?

William McCallister
Posted by: unknown user
Posted on: Apr 25th, 2012 at 11:47pm
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they live at 510 farrington way orlando fl 32837


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ATTENTION NEW YORK AREA!!!

I am seeking information regarding a physical and/or sexual child abuse case that occured in the New York Area. The victim is possibly two (2) years of age.   Possibly in the Astoria or Bellerose (Queens County) New York area. This information was developed from a family member. Between  1993 - 2005. The suspects are:

Husband & Wfe:
Zamela Balbhadr Jambard, Age 47
Seeram Matadial, age 43
The currently reside in Orlando, Florida.

Anyone with information, please respond to:

William L. McCallister
President
Florida Polygraph Associates, Inc.
Winter Haven, FL 33880
863-299-9424
floridapolygraph@comcast.net

Posted by: William McCallister
Posted on: Apr 18th, 2012 at 3:21pm
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According to the language in this law.  You can request but not require the alleged victim, of a sexual battery, to submit to polygraph testing.
Posted by: William McCallister
Posted on: Apr 18th, 2012 at 3:16pm
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2007 New Florida Law Revision
House Bill 989 (Ch. 2007-129): Victims; Sexual Offenses; Polygraph; HIV; Courts; Forensic Physical Examinations; Attorney General

Per revisions to F.S. 960.001, provides that no alleged victim of a sexual battery shall be required to take a polygraph examination or other truth-telling device as a condition of proceeding with an investigation.  Such a refusal by the alleged victim shall not preclude further investigation of the alleged offence.  IN addition, new language in the same section provides that upon request by the victim or the victim's parent, guardian, or lawful representative, a victim advocate shall be present at the forensic examination of the alleged victim.  A change to F.S. 960.28 requires that the initial forensic examination of the alleged victim shall be paid for by the Crime Vicitim's Services Office of the Attorney General.  Also amends F.S. 960.003 to require that, upon court order, any person charged with certain offenses involving the transmission of bodily fluids shall undergo HIV testing within 48 hours of such court order.

Effective Date: July 1, 2007.

Posted by: William McCallister
Posted on: Apr 18th, 2012 at 3:08pm
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When there is evidence the victim is manufacturing or confabulating a story, regarding the suspect, then ask them to take a polygraph.  If there is no evidence of this, then absolutely do not stress, tramatize and re-victimize any sexual assault victim. I certainly would not.

But, if there is well-founded suspicion that the victim is not being truthful about the alleged sexual assault a more indepth investigation is demanded and expected to ensure justice. Especially, when the suspect is adamant the sexual assault did not happen.

If the suspect lawyers up you can't test them. If this happens, ask the other party (alleged victim) "could you pass a polygraph examination regarding this complaint?" Usually, the person will say "yes".

You should not make anyone feel that you do not believe them unless you have additional proofs, post-test. There should be no interrogation before administering the test.  The polygraph should only be used in cases where victim and suspect tell different stories. He said, She said.

Since the 5th amendment of the US Constitution protects suspects from making self incriminating statements, no intimidation or threats should ever be used. Attorneys sometime have their client tested privately then release results, if they exonerate the client.

In any event, the polygraph should never be used as a scare tactic, on anyone, period. It should only be used to point the investigation in the right direction.

Due to recent changes in Florida law.  The victim of sexual assault cannot be requested to take a polygraph test.  Therefore, unless you have physical evidence, it is often difficult to determine the truth.
Posted by: Sergeant1107
Posted on: Apr 17th, 2012 at 9:20pm
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Quote:
'au contraire mon frere'

Polygraph examinations, when used properly, can be a great investigative tool pointing the investigation in the right direction.

There doen't need to be any hard core interrogation, thus, keeping the alleged victim from further trama, if indeed; the allegation is true.

It can also keep an innocent person from being tramatized. Both parties are important. Truth should be exposed, and only guilty parties punished. That is what true justice and the exposure of truth means to me.

If you don't induce or elicit some degree of stress, can you run an effective polygraph?

Why is it a good idea to stress the victim of a sexual assault?

If there is evidence the victim is manufacturing a story in order to victimize someone else, then they have become the subject of an investigation themselves and could certainly be polygraphed.  If there is no evidence of such fabrication, why would you stress and re-victimize a victim of a sexual assault?
Posted by: William McCallister
Posted on: Apr 15th, 2012 at 6:42pm
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'au contraire mon frere'

Polygraph examinations, when used properly, can be a great investigative tool pointing the investigation in the right direction.

There doen't need to be any hard core interrogation, thus, keeping the alleged victim from further trama, if indeed; the allegation is true.

It can also keep an innocent person from being tramatized. Both parties are important. Truth should be exposed, and only guilty parties punished. That is what true justice and the exposure of truth means to me.
Posted by: Sergeant1107
Posted on: Apr 15th, 2012 at 5:34pm
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Quote:
To: Lane99

This is a perfect example of why detectives should polygraph potential victims of sexual assault.

If the alleged victim cannot pass the examination, the detectives should take safeguards to insure that all angles of the casefacts are investigated before making an arrest.

The last thing we want to do is falsely accuse an innocent person of commiting a sexual crime.

Example: **************************************

POLK COUNTY -- APRIL 14, 2012
A civilian employee with the Polk County Sheriff’s Office was arrested after deputies say she lied about being sexually battered by her father.

Polk County Sheriff's Special Victims detectives arrested and charged 26-year-old Heather Johnson of Winter Haven with one count false reporting to law enforcement regarding a capital felony.

According to the affidavit, Johnson told detectives that when she was 5 years old, she was sexually battered by her biological father, and that she had not had contact with him since.

After conducting a full investigation and interviewing all parties involved, detectives again interviewed Johnson, who admitted she lied about what she had reported, according to the sheriff’s office.

Johnson resigned immediately upon her arrest. She has been booked into the Polk County Jail. 

Before her arrest and resignation, Johnson was most recently assigned as a Telecommunications Shift Supervisor.

She originally worked for Polk County Fire/EMS as a dispatcher, and was hired in July 2010 as a PCSO Telecommunicator just prior to the joint Polk County Sheriff's Emergency Communications Center becoming operational.

This doesn't seem like an example of why victims should be polygraphed.  It seems like an excellent example of why investigations are superior to polygraphs.

If there is no evidence of sexual assault, why would the victim be polygraphed?  In order to pile on the trauma?  With no evidence other than a polygraph result the case will not go forward.

If there is evidence of sexual assault, why would the victim by polygraphed?  To further traumatize her?
 
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