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Reply #15 - Dec 5th, 2002 at 7:22pm
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If you noticed my post on "Polygraph Policy" you would know I'm baaaccck. For a little while anyway. BTW, would you like to make an attempt at answering my questions on that thread.

As far as indentifying posters using different names, one doesn't have to have a thesaurus or a degree in sononymy to make the identification. No, I won't (won't, wouldn't, etc., is one indentity to my style of writing) take this any farther. I get a big kick out of it. 

As for posting Mr. William's book on this website, I think it's a damn dirty trick, done by a dirty trick professional seeking revenge.
  
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Reply #16 - Dec 5th, 2002 at 7:23pm
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I suspect that you have fallen into the truth and that Robin Hood's post (which may or may not be an illegal act itself) does lead one via a link to a copyright violation (a criminal violation).  This, though, is neither your nor Mr. Maschke’s responsibility to independently determine.  If Mr. Williams believes such has occurred (i.e., his material has been properly copyrighted and that copyright has been infringed upon, he (Mr. Williams) should contact proper authorities and when those proper authorities in due course advise Mr. Maschke that they believe a violation of law has taken place, no doubt Mr. Maschke when properly advised (and requested to do so) will remove that (Robin Hood post) which might further said violation.  Any removal prior to such time would only set a very poor precedent and allow anyone who did want censorship to scurrilously litter the message board landscape with questionable posts and then call for broad removal of material. 

The issue of censorship arises in connection with your name, not because you appear to be a pro-polygraph spokesperson and because we are unaware of a single pro-polygraph site that does not practice censorship, but because of your complete lack of thought process, ensuing reckless allegations and would be censorship regarding the material connected with that which has been entitled Al-Qaeda Documentation on Lie Detection.  You have only yourself to blame for the perceptions you have created.
  
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Reply #17 - Dec 6th, 2002 at 12:07am
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And  Mark, I am so disappointed in you, here you purport to have been an attorney and an FBI agent, and the best you cn come up with is a "similarity" in the way words were typed (caps vs lower case) OUCH! Besides, why are you so interested in who I am?


An American,

I am disappointed in you that you are so disappointed in me.  I would have thought you would have applauded my suspicion as a good law enforcement trait (which I believe it is, don't you?).  Or is it just suspicion of others that's OK?

Notice too that I never stated you were Robin Hood.  I cited some facts in place that may suggest it, but it's uncertain.  It seems uncertainty is a concept shunned by many polygraphers (it appears you missed it too).

But they will soon have to embrace it, because at the end of a polygraph session without a credible confession, one must be uncertain, based on the charts alone, as to whether the subject was deceptive or not.

Whether you are or are not Robin Hood would not tell anyone your identity.  And I agree, it doesn't matter who you are.

I was just engaging, as I believe Skeptic was too, in some half-serious amusement.
  
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Reply #18 - Dec 7th, 2002 at 1:32am
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I must confess your evidence seems shakey.  I think you took me to task for good investigative procedure and now your merely working like a street cop! Welcome back to LE mark, we could use you.  I bet you could pass a screening test to get back in!
On a serious note ( I have not read your personal statement ) what type of test were you given in your ordeal, I presume you failed a specific issue test?
  
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Reply #19 - Dec 7th, 2002 at 1:43am
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On a serious note ( I have not read your personal statement ) what type of test were you given in your ordeal, I presume you failed a specific issue test?


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It was a CQT screening test, followed by a few more screening tests.

By the end of the investigation, I had been given a CQT, a directed lie, a peak of tension, a relevant-irrelevant, a stim test, and maybe a few others I blanked out of memory.  None was a specific issue CQT.
  
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Reply #20 - Dec 9th, 2002 at 5:22pm
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Ok thanks. Ill read your statement before making any other comments, or asking questions.
  
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