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Polygraph examinations are designed to look for significant involuntary responses going on in a person's body when that person is subjected to stress, such as the stress associated with deception. The exams are not able to specifically detect if a person is lying, according to polygrapher Dr. Bob Lee, former executive director of operations at Axciton Systems, a manufacturer of polygraph instruments. But there are certain physiological responses that most of us undergo when attempting to deceive another person. By asking questions about a particular issue under investigation and examining a subject's physiological reactions to those questions, a polygraph examiner can determine if deceptive behavior is being demonstrated.
That's just my first impression. Nasty innit.
The FBI confirms a search of a Johnson County landfill is connected to the case of a 10-month-old missing Kansas City girl.
SHAWNEE, Kan. - The FBI confirms a search of a Johnson County landfill is connected to the case of a 10-month-old missing Kansas City girl.
More than a dozen law enforcement officers are searching the Deffenbaugh Industries Johnson County landfill in white protective suits.
An FBI spokeswoman confirmed what NBC Action News first reported, that the search is in connection to the case of Lisa Irwin, who was reported missing Tuesday morning.
SHAWNEE, KS (KCTV) -
Law enforcement officers are searching a Johnson County landfill Friday for missing 10-month-old baby Lisa Irwin, police said.
Police have confirmed for KCTV5 that authorities are currently on site at Deffenbaugh Industries, located near I-435 and Holliday Drive, searching the landfill for the missing baby.
FBI agents in white suits could be seen Friday combing a Johnson County landfill looking for clues in an effort to find Lisa.
Authorities have been searching for four days for the baby whose parents say was abducted from their Northland home.
What makes you think that man isn't the father?
KANSAS CITY, Mo.— An early morning dumpster fire this week has lead investigators to search a Johnson County landfill again in the Lisa Irwin case.
Police said there was a dumpster fire at an apartment complex at 4897 NE 37th Street at 2:27 a.m. on Tuesday, October 4. The dumpster is less than a half a mile away from the Irwin home. 10-month-old Lisa Irwin was reported missing on October 4.
The trash from that fire had been examined two times before, and police were at the Johnson County Deffenbaugh Industries' landfill on Friday to search it again.
Late Thursday evening, FOX 4 learned Lisa's parents, Jeremy Irwin and Deborah Bradley, made a 'deal' with national news networks and would no longer be talking with local media.
Silo thanks for sharing this I was thinking of her earlier this week but didnt want to make a thread about her Just didnt feel right.
Originally posted by silo13
I know what you mean. When I started the thread I was a cockeyed optimist there'd be a happy ending. I so wanted to bring something to the boards to help support hope and wipe out cynicism.
Sorry but you started this thread accusing the parents of murder.