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Renewed Investigations on Polygraph Inaccuracies
Nov 30th, 2015 at 12:22am
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It is amazing how little has changed in the years since I took my polygraph for a major government agency and was accused of lying. While it is great to express one's views on this website, we should also be contacting our local/national news agencies to again begin more intensive investigative reporting on the inaccuracy of these machines. The recent scandals involving government employees who passed polygraph exams would make a great story in itself! We should also be contacting our local representatives to see how our tax money is being spent on the use and abuse of these machines. The irony is that the "truth" behind polygraphs may reside with those who tried to be too honest and failed their exams.
  
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Re: Renewed Investigations on Polygraph Inaccuracies
Reply #1 - Dec 3rd, 2015 at 5:28pm
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It is amazing how little has changed in the years since I took my polygraph for a major government agency and was accused of lying. While it is great to express one's views on this website, we should also be contacting our local/national news agencies to again begin more intensive investigative reporting on the inaccuracy of these machines. The recent scandals involving government employees who passed polygraph exams would make a great story in itself! We should also be contacting our local representatives to see how our tax money is being spent on the use and abuse of these machines.

No, not much at all has changed in the years since 1982, when I was polygraphed last.
Adverse publicity is an excellent idea, but the intelligence community, unfortunately, has been able to remain wholly impervious to all revelations about its incompetence. Angry
  

What do we call it when every employee of the Agency's Office of Security
and Office of Personnel drowns in the Potomac?   A great beginning!

The best intelligence community employee is a compromised IC employee!
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