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Re: Outcome of poly
Reply #15 - May 18th, 2001 at 8:11am
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I dont want to give too much info, but this gentlemen that I met today made a phone call and found out for me what the problem with my poly was. His buddy told him that it was inconclusive. Thats probably why they're sending me to another agency. Is that a good thing and will I most likely have to retake the whole thing again? ???
  
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Reply #16 - May 18th, 2001 at 8:47am
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It's good for you that the outcome of your first polygraph interrogation was "inconclusive" and not "deception indicated." You can expect to have a pre-test interview in your re-test. I have no way of knowing whether you will have to fill out a lengthy pre-test questionnaire a second time. You may well have to, but this should be the least of your concerns at this point.
  

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Reply #17 - May 19th, 2001 at 4:00am
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I certainly hope you have studied "The Lie Behind The Lie Detector" before you go to agency #2.

Being knowledgable and informed are key to passing your "exam".

Wheather or not you choose to employ countermeasures is up to you. Nate passed because the "examiner" wasn't able to employ any "extraction tactics" because Nate let him know that he was informed.

Be on top, knowledge is power.

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Re: Outcome of poly
Reply #18 - May 24th, 2001 at 6:32am
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Well, I just took my second poly today and I PASSED!  Thank God. I'm finally back on the track towards my goal. I barely used counter-measures. I used the anal puck once or twice and it worked like a charm. Grin
  
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Reply #19 - Jun 14th, 2001 at 10:28pm
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The point I am making is that the "release of liability", in my opinion, gives the polygrapher "carte blanche" to do whatever their hearts desire because you have no way of directly seeking retribution against them.




Fred, in my experience having dealt with "release of liability" forms over the years, the things are not worth the paper they are written on. Polygraph examiners (maybe a few exceptions) are required to be bonded as part of their licensing procedure. The bond is for protection stemming from a lawsuit brought against the examiner, etc., the way I understand it. The release merely is another part of the mind game to convince the examinee that they must "submit" and regardless of the outcome can do nothing about it. America doesn't work that way... at least not all of it... yet. Polygraph needs to be in the museum, not in the tax funded police agencies.
  
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