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There is no value in the psychological effect it can have on a
lying subject, when he is only requested to undergo a polygraph
Its value lies not only... (page 2-10, para 1).
I, II, III, IV, Subject's background, evidence available,
classification of the subject, and the crime committed.
Conducting the Interrogation:... (page 2-4, para 6.).
As a wedge to pry out further admissions or a confession.
Get minor admissions; get the suspect... (page 2-5, para (12)).
Including details indicative of the actual crime in his story
that were not mentioned by you.
Make up a story about... (page 2-5, para (4)).
They aid the special agent in arriving at the truth.
It is used to develop information... (page 2-10, para 1).
Sit to the side and slightly forward of you.
The interpreter should stand... (page 2-9, para 4b).
Playing one suspect against another.
Using one suspect... (page 2-5, para (6)).