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A former defense attorney without prior polygraphing his client is going to have his client take a polygraph test?
That includes polygraphing defectors to detect deception.
It ` s very sadly ironic that, while they were polygraphing Smart and Elizabeth Smart ` s dad and their uncle and all the people involved in it ...
And I understand that they are polygraphing a lot of these witnesses and friends to ensure they ` re not on a wild goose chase.
Investigators are in the process of interviewing and polygraphing hundreds of people who had access to anthrax stored at an Army lab at Fort Detrick, Md. -- and elsewhere, "wherever we think the source might be," says an investigator.
Iâ€™m pretty sure that Goss flat out told the Senate committee that they were going to be polygraphing multiple employees specifically on the leaks of illegal and â€œunwarrantedâ€ govt actions.
As for how frequently polygraphing happens and how often it is used punitively, just google “Mark S. Zaid” and “polygraph.”
Randy Keen, agree or disagree with polygraphing the family at this juncture?
GRACE: ... in your head, that they kept re-polygraphing her?
KING: Lois, were you upset at all by the polygraphing of family?
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