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Has there ever been a Polygraph Examiner who believed in the test so much, he'd sit for it?
May 5th, 2015 at 12:57am
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The answer is yes, and I offered to give up my career and everything I owned that had anything to do with polygraph if I failed.

I lead by example.  I don't ask anyone to do what I wouldn't do myself.  Don't believe it ok here is the proof.

Some examiners are all talk; I walk my talk.

What did the other polygraph examiners do when they had a chance to get rid of their arch nemesis once and for all is I were lying and they were telling the truth?  Nothing.  With a claimed accuracy rate of 98% to 94% amongst them, they just didn't seem to like those odds.

What does the sitting president of the Texas Association of Polygraph Examiners say about examiners not taking a polygraph to clear their own names?  Listen to the clip at the end of the videos.  He says the only person that would refuse a polygraph "is someone with something to hide."  Mr. Rios' own words; don't take my word, proof is at the end of the videos.   

SO my question is, what does the Texas Association of Polygraph Examiners have to hide?  What does Eric Holden, Bill Parker, Andy Shepard, Maria Hubbard, Stuart Ervin, Jack St. John, Clayton Wood, Bridgette Woodall, and the rest of the cast of characters have to hide?

89% to 94% accurate wasn't good enough odds for them?  Or maybe those were good enough odds for me and they knew it.

Either way, does an examiners who is not willing to sit for his own test inspire ethical confidence in the polygraph industry?

Again, there is only one person in polygraph who trusts what he sells so much, he was willing to not only use it; he was willing to be his entire future on the results.   

Now that, in my opinion is an inspiration of what is right in polygraph by trying to stand up against everything that is wrong

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