NITV CVSA LIES EXPOSED

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MAJOR LAW ENFORCEMENT ASSOCIATION PROTECTS NITV SCAM

          The IACP,  International Association of Chiefs of Police, is a 25,000 worldwide association of various law enforcement types. It is about 125 years old. They sell very expensive ad space for people to advertise in their monthly magazine called Police Chief. About 1990, humble started to advertise his cvsa in their magazine. He first bought space for half page ads for a few years. Then he bought full page ads for a few more years as he began to sell many more cvsa’s and its training. By about 1997, nitv was taking out double full page color ads every month. I started in the PSE business performing the various tests starting in 1982. I was very aware of all of the imitation “voice lie detectors” that were being sold. As anyone can understand, great harm was being done to criminal cases and the people who were being falsely accused of crimes. Law enforcement were being scammed out of their money, which came from the taxpayers. Nitv/humble’s made up and unreliable “training”, cvsa gadget, “recertification fees” and chart analysis ideas were clearly not credible for accurate lie detection.

          By about 1993, I contacted IACP to educate them and what I thought, trying to help them. I pointed out to them the harm that fake lie detectors will cause. I also pointed out that ads in their magazine that were not credible would give their magazine and their organization a bad name and they would lose members. I pointed out to IACP they could also be sued if they knowingly advertised dangerous products that caused harm, for example fake body armor. They did not care at all. They were ONLY concerned with getting money for ads. Humble was giving them hundred’s of thousands of dollars a year for ads and I was not advertising in their magazine. IACP said I was mad at my so-called “competition. I contacted them every year for many years. I always contacted the new IACP president every year and had many emails and phone contacts with the editor of their magazine and the Director of IACP. I also contacted various police associations, including the national internal affairs association. Nobody cared to do anything, they only wanted the ad money. IACP In 1995, only 5 years after the CVSA was first sold, the IACP (International Association of Chiefs of Police) a worldwide association of about 20,000 members, evaluated the CVSA and concluded the CVSA was very inferior to the polygraph for lie detection. IACP also said the CVSA did not detect stress. So why did IACP take maybe $1 million from humble for ads in their magazine if IACP did not think cvsa was a real lie detector? Stress is the only thing that is detected and used in real lie detection systems: PSE and the computer polygraph.

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