4 Things to Know about Christine Blasey Ford, Brett Kavanaugh’s Accuser





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  • A polygraph is NOT a lie detector. It does not detect whether someone is “honest.” It is not an objective test and is totally dependent on the examiner’s interpretation of certain physiological measurements and the questions asked. As such, polygraph results do not meet scientific standards and are not reliable enough to be admissible in court.

  • True: polygraph results are not admissible in court; Also true: their accuracy relies heavily on the skills of the examiner. But they can assist an investigation by highlighting outright fabrication. The fact that this lady tested okay indicates that she did suffer psychological trauma of some sort back when she was 15. The question I would ask is, if you PRESUME that every word she said was true, and you PRESUME that she correctly identified her assailant, there are reasons why the justice system has limits on how long a person can wait to bring up charges. Questions to ask: how does she know with certainty that this is the guy? Why no police report when her charge could be investigated? I’ve witnessed cases of “after-the-fact rape” when a woman felt remorse for her actions (for whatever reason) and an easy psychological “out” was to blame the partner, retroactively recalling her implied consent. Don’t know that happened here, just saying it’s a little late to expect folks to believe a new charge decades after the fact. The fact that both were minors means that if he was truly guilty, the judge could have had the records sealed and it would be illegal to bring it up now. Pretty convenient for the opposition, I’d say.

  • A former FBI agent administered the test. We all know about the FBI’s recent history. Makes you wonder about the examiners credibility and party affiliation and alignment with Comey and the rest of the liars in that agency. As written above the polygraph relies on the examiner to determine results. 👎🏿👎🏿👎🏿

  • She erased all her social media accounts, and her students claimed she was a Liberia’s fanatic. But that does not mean she is lying. She could’ve missed-identified the boy because they did not go to the same school and it was so long ago .

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