Speaking to TV3 in July 2017, he said: "If I was asked to take a lie detector test
I would take one.
I'll leave the Labour Party to sort all that out - but can you imagine the use of lie detector tests
in day-to-day life, with people regularly taking them at the request of family, friends, colleagues and, perhaps scariest of all, bosses?
Mullins has carried out lie detector tests
in English prisons but this has been his only work in a J Scots jail.
Conroy said: "I took a lie detector test
and that showed I'm innocent.
He said: "A lie detector test
properly administered - I'm a proponent of that frankly, just personally.
A lie detector test
properly administered, I'm a proponent of that, just personally," he said.
Last night, on the ITV Wales current affairs programme Wales This Week, it was revealed that a lie detector test
undertaken by Mr O'Brien two weeks ago had cleared him of any involvement in the murder of the newsagent.
Last night, an ITV Wales documentary revealed that a lie detector test
undertaken by Mr O'Brien two weeks ago had cleared him of any involvement in the murder of Mr Saunders.
S: Before any taxpayers' money is spent or given away as legal aid, a lie detector test
should be compulsory for both criminal and civil cases.
One person suggested, "When they give you the lie detector test
, they will ask if you have ever taken a pencil home from work.
Marque Clark, 31, was arrested Monday night after failing a lie detector test
and confessing to the rape, said Capt.
Why, then, is it any different if a person submits to a lengthy psychological beating through a lie detector test
that forces a confession?