posted on Sep, 7 2013 @ 10:40 PM
Sry if this has been posted
An Indiana man has been sentenced to 8 months in prison for wire fraud and obstructing a government proceeding with his business, Polygraph
Consultants of America.
He was teaching people how to beat a lie-detector test,
They say he taught government contractors with security clearance, and convicted sex offenders, how to knowingly deceive federal agents, which
constitutes a federal crime..
I don't know what to think about this case. I just can't see how this can even be illegal..
Since when does someone teaching someone else how to do something constitute a crime?
All you have to do is google "how to beat a lie detector test" and you get 269,000 results
how to beat a lie detector test
How to Pass a Lie Detector Test (Whether You're Lying or Not)
So should google be held liable for knowingly teaching people how to lie, cheat and steal?
If I teach you how to shoot a gun and you go shoot someone with it, can I be responsible?
Can I be held liable for posting those links? Can ats be held liable for allowing me to?
Where does it end?
it sounds to me like this guy came up with a good business and got 8 months in prison ...wtf??
There was a guy in Montana just recently that raped a 14 year old girl and only got 30 firkin days..
And he gets 8 months.
A polygraph instructor has been sentenced to eight months in prison for teaching federal job applicants how to deceive a lie detector test. The
case has raised concerns over the First Amendment and the legitimacy of polygraph results.
edit on 7-9-2013 by goou111 because: (no reason given)