Tuesday, September 05, 2006

Should polygraphs be admissible in Court?

Should polygraphs be admissible in Court?

Most of the law enforcement communities highly trust polygraphs and other means to determine if someone is telling the truth. They use the results to help them determine which direction to focus their attention.

We thank KFVS12 and CJ Cassidy for running the informative spot about polygraphs and agree they should be admissible in court. The research about them indicates they are highly reliable so why not use them as part of the evidence against a criminal or the defense of an innocent person.

Why do the criminals in this country have more rights than the victims? Why do we reward criminals with freedom just because they know how to beat the current system? Criminals know how to cover and dispose of evidence to keep from being arrested. Of course the ultimate judge knows exactly what happened.

Which of Mary Grobe's son's in Poplar Bluff did NOT PASS the tests asked by law enforcement (2 polygraphs, and voice stress test)? There lies the answers to finding Mary Lee Grobe!

Go to http://www.kfvs.com/
Click on news, click on the video Lie Detector Technology by CJ Cassidy.


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