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To hell with that voice box type test - Submitted by Asher Vandenburg - San Antonio TX. See Asher's listing on polygraphplace.com to inquire about his services

A man named John called me on Friday, November 10, 2000, and stated that he had been charged with assault on a juvenile in his home town of Dunn, North Carolina. He went on to say that the young juvenile had told the police that John had kicked him in the groin.

The Harnett County Sheriff Department brought John to their office and asked him to submit to a CVSA (voice stress) test. John, feeling that it would prove that he was telling the truth about not striking the young man, agreed to the test. He took the test and the CVSA operator told him that he was lying about not kicking the young boy. John was charged and a trial date was set.

On Saturday, November 11, 2000, I traveled to Dunn, NC and gave John a polygraph examination. The charts were positively NDI (No deception indicated). I went back to my office a wrote a report stating the results and mailed a copy to both John and his attorney.

Later, in court, the District Attorney was informed about the polygraph results and in light of the fact that the young boy accuser was not in court, he dismissed the case against John. I was informed that the polygraph examination was the deciding factor.

Later John was told by one of the young boy's friends that the young boy lied about John kicking him just to get John in trouble. John now says "Thank God for polygraph and to hell with that voice box type test."

He is sane your Honor - Submitted by Asher Vandenburg - San Antonio TX. See Asher's listing on polygraphplace.com to inquire about his services

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