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a medical instrument that records several physiological processes simultaneously (e

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24, 2015 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The founders of UK Lie Detector Test, a company that offers lie detector tests UK corporate and private clients can count on, are pleased to announce the launch of their new company and website.
Raja for the lie detector test, which he declined," Chahal told Special CBI Judge O.
Corinne has also passed a lie detector test, which she says backs her claim she was at home with her son at the time of the murder.
Meanwhile, a Russian politician who remains the main suspect in the notorious killing of former KGB officer Aleksander Litvinenko also attempted to clear his name by taking a lie detector test earlier this year.
But he said a lie detector test - carried out by specialists from London - had cleared him of the killings and also of the latest accusations.
He said: "A lie detector test properly administered - I'm a proponent of that frankly, just personally.
A lie detector test properly administered, I'm a proponent of that, just personally," he said.
At least this is an improvement on the old lie detector test that looked as if you were being strapped into an electric chair.
I have not seen the polygraph machines but I dont mind appearing for the lie detector test.
Christopher Bence, 376th Air Expeditionary Wing commander at Manas Air Base, said the serviceman is in the United States and he took a lie detector test recently.
A MAN who served 11 years in prison for a crime he did not commit has passed a lie detector test, it was revealed last night.
A CARDIFF man who served 11 years in prison for a crime he did not commit has passed a lie detector test.
Is their any way I could get a lie detector test done.
This saw the first sex offender to be jailed as the result of a lie detector test.