By Anonymous - 26/09/2021 02:00 - United States
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Why don't you say, "hey charlatan, don't you dare raising your voice on me, your job is quackery and your time doesn't deserve to be respected because it doesn't worth shit"? Tell him the truth and make him cry.
"Legitimate" does not mean "scientific". No scientific experiment ever has proven efficacy of a polygraph. If any court admits polygraphs, horoscopes or palm reading, that's too bad for the court. I don't know what kind of court would ever buy this rubbish, but American courts don't: In the 1998 US Supreme Court case United States v. Scheffer, the majority stated that "There is simply no consensus that polygraph evidence is reliable"... In 2005, the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals stated that "polygraphy did not enjoy general acceptance from the scientific community"... etc, etc.