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Zimmerman Passed Police Lie Detector Test Day After Trayvon Martin Killing

Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by DOC44, Jun 26, 2012.

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  1. DOC44

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    George Zimmerman Passed Police Lie Detector Test Day After Trayvon Martin Killing


    http://www.thesmokinggun.com/buster/george-zimmerman-lie-detector-421395

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  2. FFR Spyder GT

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    Doesn't mean a thing.

    Most habitual liars can even lie about their own name, date of birth, etc while standing on their hear and get a "NDI".

    That's why they are not admissible in court.
     


  3. DOC44

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    Depends on the operator.... I ran a polygraph machine for years.... I can tell you things about yourself that you don't admitt to yourself.

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  4. countrygun

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    Don't bother Spyder with facts, he has managed to make up his mind without them. He finds speculation and imagination more reliable so he dimisses anything that conflicts with them.
     
  5. gwalchmai

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  6. FFR Spyder GT

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    Nope, just the opposite.

    I look at the facts, all the facts, then I decide.

    I do not need Murdock, Rush, Beck or Sean to tell me what I need to believe in or agree with.

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  7. cowboy1964

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    Whether they are accurate or not is irrelevant, as pointed out they are not admissable.
     
  8. countrygun

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    Glad to hear that nobody reliable is responsible for your opinions then. BTW do you still think Zimmermans first descriptive of Martin was "He's black" like the MSM taught you?
     
  9. FFR Spyder GT

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    I've taken numerous polygraph test and was taught by Uncle Sam how to beat them.

    Once you're trained or you figure out how to beat them it's a piece of cake.

    Nuthin' to it. That's why they're not admissible in court.

    I took one years ago and answered every question truthfully, like name, age, DOB, etc., basically all the stuff used to establish your baseline and afterward the examiner said that I never truthfully answered a single question including my baseline responses.

    It's a machine with a human operating it so it can be tricked.
     
  10. cowboywannabe

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    They are not admissable to use against a defendent, but the defense will surely ask in court what the results were.

    Oh, and dont let word out that the z-man passed a lie detector test, it doesnt fit the media's story line well.
     
  11. Fed Five Oh

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    If you ran a polygraph, then you will know that the voice stress analyzer is 100 percent pure junk.

    BTW, ,must add that Zimmerman is not guilty of a crime.
     
  12. cowboywannabe

    cowboywannabe you savvy?

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    ive had the north ridgeville p.d. in ohio tell me its better than a polygraph.:whistling:
     
  13. Snowman92D

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    I knew it...! I had you pegged for a secret CIA undercover operative from the git-go. :wow:
     
  14. gwalchmai

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    No, not while you have Rachel...
    Just keeps getting better. :rofl:
     
  15. DOC44

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    The old needle and ink machine which used heart rate/bp, breathing rate and depth, and skin galvanomic responce is quite reliable and telling. If a person wants to keep the lie detector session from being reliable it is easy; control breathing, contracting quads and moving. This makes the session unreliable but does not show "no deception indicated" it would show "subject uncoopperative".

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  16. Fed Five Oh

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    They used the voice stress analyzer, not the polygraph.
     
  17. DOC44

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    Never used one so I can't comment but like so many things today, they are used for ease in use; no hook-up and ink to mess with... quick and easy.:dunno:

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  18. Bren

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    Yeah, OK.

    I think just the fact that there has not been one shred of evidence to dispute his account is a pretty good indication. There is no way to make a rational argument that he lied, because there has been no evidence to base it on.
     
  19. Cavalry Doc

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    That's a pretty serious charge. What did you use to come to the conclusion that he is a habitual liar???!

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  20. Bren

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    :rofl::rofl::rofl:
    :mallninja:
    :upeyes:
     
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