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Hafiz Ahmed Jamal, the spokesman for Hafizabad police, told Dawn that ringleader Nadeem and Masih had been taken to the forensic laboratory for their polygraph test since Nadeem had consistently been changing his statements during the interrogation whereas a link between the two was also to be established as Sajid had denied any association with Nadeem.
Polygraph tests - otherwise known as lie detectors - are not accepted by UK courts because their accuracy has never been proven.
On the other hand, polygraph tests of key criminals in the case, Waseem and Haq Nawaz have matched their statements during interrogations.
The accuracies of polygraph tests introduced in the questionnaire were 70% for one group and 95% for the other.
Polygraph tests will be used in conjunction with eye detection by the Northumbria and Durham forces Philip Coburn
It might be that people have a bit more money in their pockets, but I think it's more to do with the fact there's more awareness out there that polygraph tests exist in this country.
But the number of applicants failing polygraph tests during the vetting process, the staffer said, is also slowing hiring.
He says his remark was meant to illustrate cultural and language barriers that can complicate polygraph tests and did not mean to imply Filipinos are less truthful than others.
While these men have all passed their polygraph tests, they remain suspects in the eyes of police forces.
London, Aug 30( ANI ): A pilot programme, which requires sex offenders to undergo polygraph tests, has considerably helped to reduce the number of re-offending of similar cases in England.
Those involved in the polygraph tests added that even the prospect of taking one made offenders twice as likely to be honest with their parole officer.
A 33-month pilot scheme in the Midlands saw 599 sexual criminals undergo polygraph tests after they were released into the community.
Waugh, who said the committee's recommendations only went as far as introducing polygraph tests as a voluntary rather than mandatory tool, also called on the younger generation to set the ball rolling.
It was while working on homicide cases in the Caribbean that I discovered how useful and reliable polygraph tests can be.
He may also show the same health reasons for avoiding lie- detector and polygraph tests, since such tests cannot be conducted on people suffering from critical ailments," sources said.