Polygraph Skeptic Guilty of a Crime?

Is he aiding and abetting in deception or is he a polygraph skeptic? Longtime readers may remember that about a year ago I reported on a couple of men under criminal investigation for teaching people how to pass a lie detector test. I found this strange because, for example, I can go on Youtube.com and find all sorts of videos about how to get out of handcuffs. Are those videos illegal? No, they are not. So how exactly can the First Amendment be canceled for teaching people to pass lie Read more […]

Read The Wrong Book; Get Tracked By Government

(Note postscript at bottom of post) McClatchy has a story today that makes no sense to me. For example here is the first sentence in the second paragraph: Federal officials gathered the information from the customer records of two men who were under criminal investigation for purportedly teaching people how to pass lie detector tests. It is illegal to teach people how to pass a lie detector test? I understand that many people might want to lie for criminal reasons, but so what? In many states Read more […]