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Jul 20th, 2002 at 9:19pm
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Hello ,

          If anyone knows any California Police or Sheriff departments that do not do the polygraph, I would love to know;  I  do have a few skeletons in the closet, nothing major but I read that you can fail the polygraph if you tell the truth anyway so.....

        And in the near future I plan to take part in abolishing the polygraph in California so if anyone wants to give me some info on how to take part I would really appreciate it.
  
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Reply #1 - Jul 20th, 2002 at 9:37pm
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See the message thread List of Non-Poly LE agencies?  Want to start one?

Regarding the abolishment of the polygraph in California, see the California Polygraph Reform Intitiative forum. I'm especially interested in getting polygraphy completely banned from workplace in California, because it's my home state (although I'm presently living and working overseas). Please e-mail me privately (maschke@antipolygraph.org) if you'd be interested in being added to a private mailing list of persons who share our  interest in abolishing the polygraph in our state.
  

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Reply #2 - Aug 11th, 2002 at 7:33am
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The text of this message has been deleted at the poster's request. -- AntiPolygraph.org Administrator
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Reply #3 - Aug 11th, 2002 at 12:44pm
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PI,

     Do you know what slander and defamation is? I suggest you watch what you say to people. Whatever you say make come back and kick you in the face. AND WHO ARE YOU TO ACCUSE HIM OF ANYTHING....or call him anything? And to call someone a terrorist or to be funded by them is a horrible thing to say, just watch what you say and to whom you say it.
  
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Reply #4 - Aug 11th, 2002 at 10:11pm
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star2be00 wrote on Aug 11th, 2002 at 12:44pm:
PI,

     Do you know what slander and defamation is? I suggest you watch what you say to people. Whatever you say make come back and kick you in the face. AND WHO ARE YOU TO ACCUSE HIM OF ANYTHING....or call him anything? And to call someone a terrorist or to be funded by them is a horrible thing to say, just watch what you say and to whom you say it.


Actually, I think the appropriate term is "libel".  Regardless, it's awful tough to track down anonymous idiots on a forum like this, and the original author probably knows it (even as he demonstrates that he knows virtually nothing else).  Just let it go.

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Reply #5 - Aug 12th, 2002 at 8:33am
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To everyone who was offended,

I am truly sorry for the offence taken.   I'd say some "wild' thoughts of mine overflowed into the cyberspace, which should not have happened in the first instance.   What I am really interested is to find know a little more about George's background as I find him an interesting person.

ps - George, I did not mean to cast overtures about you.  I unreservedly apologise for the misunderstanding.   Hopefully you can arrange for the posting to be removed from the message board.  Thanks.    
  
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