Lie-Detectors For Suspected Cheats?

Anti-doping: Athletes suspected of taking banned drugs should be allowed to take lie detector tests to try to prove their innocence, anti-doping chiefs will hear today at the Tackling Doping in Sport Conference in Twickenham, London. Delegates will be shown a demonstration of a polygraph test, with the likes of Mike Morgan, a lawyer with…

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Anti-doping: Athletes suspected of taking banned drugs should be allowed to take lie detector tests to try to prove their innocence, anti-doping chiefs will hear today at the Tackling Doping in Sport Conference in Twickenham, London. Delegates will be shown a demonstration of a polygraph test, with the likes of Mike Morgan, a lawyer with… […]

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