After the Nitv scam became very large by about 1995, I began to contact various politicians, especially here in Pennsylvania. I wanted them to be aware of the enormous damage being done by a fake lie detector to criminal cases and to innocent people who were being falsely accused of a crime. I wanted the politicians to realize tax payers money was being wasted on a conman. One of the directors at Nitv was Lt. Merchant, a high ranking police officer in the Erie Police Department. He was using his title and influence as a police officer to help get sales for Nitv. The other former police members at Nitv were also using their former law enforcement titles to convince other law enforcement types to buy cvsa. As the expression is told: Cops do not lie to other cops. A perfect sales pitch to snag buyers. Pennsylvania law enforcement was buying cvsa’a, including district attorney offices who would use them to test witnesses, alleged victims, etc. I spent much time trying to get meetings with politicians, such as state senators, state representatives, even the police departments themselves who had bought cvsa to educate them about how they were scammed. For example, about 10 years ago, I had a personal meeting with Rep. Godshall and the former district attorney of Pennsylvania, Bruce Castor. In his county, Castor had two police departments that had cvsa. The meeting lasted about an hour. They said they would do something about the scam. They never did anything. Several weeks later, I was passed off to another state representative. After that meeting, I got a email that said that something to the effect that they did not want to buy the PSE. I never asked them about buying the PSE, it was about the cvsa scam. Several times I had spoken with Pennsylvania Sen. Greenleaf about the cvsa scam. He did not seem to care and never did anything. I spoke with Rep. McGill of Pennsylvania several times. Not only did he NOT care, he contacted the police and accused me of harassing him. I still have a copy of his police complaint. About 10 years ago, I had a meeting with Rep. Stephens of Pennsylvania before he was elected. He had been a lawyer in Bruce Castor’s district attorney’s office and was running for state representative. I told him about the scam when he was first running for office. After he was elected, I met him several times to convince him to help stop the scam. He never did anything. In the past several years, I had several meetings with Rep. Staats to ask for his help to stop the scam and law enforcement stop ruining criminal cases using a fake lie detector. Staats never did anything. In Pennsylvania, about 60 police departments, including 6 district attorney offices have bought the cvsa and training. I also contacted all of the Black state senators and state representatives of Pennsylvania about the cvsa scam. They did not return any of my direct emails to them. They never returned phone calls. I have contacted various Black law enforcement organizations. They did not return my calls.
Through the years, I have spoken to or contacted various law enforcement type associations about the cvsa scam. They usually never responded to my emails or phone calls. They never seemed to care and did nothing. Those law enforcement departments might have stopped using cvsa, did not buy more Cvsa’s or stopped “recertifying” cvsa examiners, but they never told me if they did. If I got any type of response in this matter from anyone, it was usually that I was complaining because I did not like competition. This is NOT about competition. Competition is about two near equal products or businesses. A conman, using a fake title of “Dr”, selling a very unreliable(fake) lie detector and very unreliable(fake) training, using a made up(fake) study that says his gadget is accurate, is NOT a competitor. He is a criminal committing fraud. Is this what we are getting by paying all of our taxes and putting our faith in law enforcement when they investigate crimes?