posted on Apr, 6 2006 @ 12:26 PM
Russia is introducing routine lie detector tests for passengers travelling into the country.
Even though these will, at first, only be carried out on suspicious passengers, the scheme will soon expand to becoming a requirement for all
Airline passengers travelling to Russia may soon be forced to take lie detector tests as airport security is beefed up.
The measure looks likely to be introduced at Moscow's Domodedovo Airport in July.
They will be asked to identify themselves, say whether they have any weapons or drugs on them and asked whether they have "ever lied to the
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Worrying stuff, they say anyone who fails the test will be "accompanied by a guard to a cubicle where he is asked questions in a more intense
So what happens if you think back to when you lied to the policeman about the speed you were doing, or what was in the cigarette? Yes OK, we should
not do these things but a lot of people have, surely it does not deserve an intense interrogation by Russian authorities?
How long before this is introduced into America, the UK and the rest of the world?
How long before it migrates from the air transport system and is incorporated into everyday life?
It says the system can even distinguish between answers coming from the memory or the imagination.
[edit on 6-4-2006 by DontTreadOnMe]
[edit on 6-4-2006 by AgentSmith]
[edit on 10-4-2006 by asala]