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The polygraph test consisted of only two “relevant” concerns: “Is any part of your declaration incorrect?” and “Did you make up any part of your statement?” (Ordinarily inspectors ask a series of irrelevant concerns to establish a standard physiological reaction, which assists spot deception when appropriate concerns are asked, professionals tell Fox News. According to Hanafin, Ford was likewise asked some questions to develop this baseline.)
The test measured “thoracic and stomach respiration, galvanic skin response, and cardiac activity,” Hanafin wrote in the report.The previous FBI agent then ran the results of Ford’s two “no “responses through three separate scoring algorithms, consisting of one developed by Johns Hopkins University. All 3 algorithms concluded that Ford’s responses did not show apparent deception, with one putting the probability that she was lying at.002 and another putting it at less than.02. SECRET DETAILS IN FORD’S STORY APPEAR TO HAVE CHANGED BECAUSE JULY LETTER Specialists called by Fox News alerted versus reading excessive into the results of polygraph examinations.”It’s not the result of the polygraph; it is what polygraph subjects say during the polygraph interview that is most important, “stated Thomas Mauriello, a lecturer in criminology at the University of Maryland who worked as a senior polygraph examiner at the Defense Department.”The result of a polygraph just is whether you did or did not react to a specific question. A reaction is not a lie
, since the polygraph is not a lie detector as many believe,”Mauriello included.”An action is the activation of your sympathetic nervous system when addressing a question asked during the evaluation. “< a href=http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2018/09/19/polygraph-exam-taken-by-kavanaugh-accuser-christine-ford-comes-under-scrutiny.html > POLYGRAPH TAKEN BY KAVANAUGH ACCUSER COMES UNDER SCRUTINY In their letter to Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, Ford’s legal representatives suggested that they would not release Ford’s medical records as he asked for, pointing out personal privacy. Ford had offered The Washington Post the results of obviously the exact same polygraph evaluation earlier this month, along with notes from her therapist sessions in 2012. The general public release of the files comes just one day prior to a scheduled hearing Thursday, at which Ford is expected to testify in addition to Kavanaugh about her accusations. The Senate Judiciary Committee has set up a Friday vote on whether to advise Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the complete Senate, even as extra uncorroborated accusations against Kavanaugh emerged Wednesday.”The polygraph is not a lie detector as most think.”-Previous DoD polygraph inspector Thomas Mauriello It was not right away clear who spent for the polygraph evaluation, which can cost more than$1,000– an issue flagged by Republican politician Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., on Fox News'”Hannity”last week.”If Ms. Ford actually did not wish to step forward, never ever intended to come forward … why did she pay for a polygraph in August, and why did she work with an attorney in August? And who spent for it?”Graham asked.
AVENATTI LAUNCHES GRAPHIC CLAIMS ABOUT GANG RAPE TRAINS, THROWING VOTE, HEARING INTO CHAOS Even well-intentioned people who have pertained to think that their incorrect stories are, in reality, true– whether because of therapist-induced memoriesor other causes– can sometimes pass polygraph tests, previous FBI authorities and psychology experts informed Fox News.James Gagliano, a former FBI agent who led a SWAT team in New York for several years and now teaches at St. John’s University, informed Fox News that while polygraphs are valuable, they “can be beaten. “”In this case, if they wish to put this out as irrefutable evidence that this lady is informing the fact because she passed a polygraph– that’s not the method polygraphs work,”Gagliano included.” If that held true, I would’ve taken every drug dealership, gangbanger, and pedophile I investigated, and I would’ve tossed them on the polygraph.”Gagliano, who said he underwent several polygraphs at the FBI however never ever administered one himself, said people can often pass polygraphs if they’ve encouraged themselves they are telling the fact: “It’s not a lie if you believe it, “he said.”Everybody knows polygraph examinations can be beaten,”Gagliano included.”If somebody is a psychopath or a sociopath, if you do not have a conscience, if you do not know right from incorrect– you can beat it.”The polygraph report raised extra questions that might surface during Thursday’s hearing, including how Ford– a California local who a pal has actually said has a substantial
worry of flying– was able to make it to Maryland to take the test. Ford’s legal team has actually dismissed the concept that she has a worry of flying, or that she would utilize that as a reason to postpone participating in a Senate hearing.