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Was Stormy Daniels Coached on How to Pass Her Lie Detector Test?

It would appear that Daniels had complete control over the questions that she was asked during in 2011 lie detector test.

By NTK Staff | 03.20.2018 @5:23pm
Was Stormy Daniels Coached on How to Pass Her Lie Detector Test?

The mainstream media is abuzz Tuesday following reports that adult film actress Stormy Daniels passed a lie detector test in 2011. But a closer look at the person who administered Daniels test might call into question the legitimacy of this reporting.

NBC News reported how, “in the opinion of the polygraph examiner, Daniels was truthful about having unprotected sex with Donald Trump in July 2006.”

Las Vegas resident Ron Slay conducted the Daniels polygraph exam in 2011, and NBC News is using Slay’s opinion as proof that Daniels is being truthful about her alleged affair with Trump.

In the past, Slay has “tested sources for publications like the National Enquirer but had not done so for mainstream news publications.”

Slay’s website also indicates he coaches subjects in how to pass the tests:

“I specialize in making sure that if you really are truthful, you will understand what you must do for your truthfulness to be accurately reflected in your polygraph examination.”

“You can pass a polygraph test if you listen carefully to every word of the questions, each time the list of questions is asked, and if you try to answer every question in a completely accurate way,” Slay wrote.

According to Slay’s website, “the questions will be written with you, for your specific situation. You will have opportunities to change the way the questions are worded,” and noted that, “no new or different questions will be added without your permission.”

That could mean Daniels had control over the questions she was asked.

Slay added:

“The list of questions will be asked three times, with rest breaks between each time. During the first rest break liars often ask, “How did I do?” The polygraph examiner should never affect the rest of the examination by saying, or even hinting, that it already looks truthful or deceptive.”

A recent study by the American Psychological Association (APA) found that polygraph test like this could be beaten and advised that people “remain skeptical about any conclusion wrung from a polygraph.”

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