REPORT: Ford Polygraph Expert Says “Victims” Like Ford, You “Believe Them”, Don’t Ask Specific Questions
Works as a regular subcontractor for Democrat law firm representing Ford
Democrats keep citing the polygraph test that Christine Blasey Ford, the woman accusing Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault, as proof Ford’s account is accurate.
The polygraph was released Wednesday, creating more questions about Ford’s accusations. We covered that in depth here.
Now, reporter Paul Sperry says the polygraph expert who administered Ford’s test is a regular subcontractor of the Democrat law firm representing her.
BREAKING: Ford's polygraph expert has been a subcontractor of the Democrat law firm representing Ford in DC. Hanafin's a "progressive" from Boston who says that when administering polygraphs on "victims" like Ford u automatically "believe them" & don't ask them specific questions
— Paul Sperry (@paulsperry_) September 27, 2018
Hannafin speaks here:
During the hearings Thursday morning, Ford said she did not know who paid for her polygraph test. Ford also had difficulty remembering what day she’d taken the polygraph test.
From the WaEx:
Lawyers for Christine Blasey Ford told the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday that they paid for a polygraph administered in August during which the details of her alleged sexual assault were discussed.
Under questioning from a lawyer appointed by Republicans, Ford told the committee that she didn’t know who paid for the polygraph, which her team said showed “no deception” from her as she answered questions about the incident.
But when the question was asked again after the lunch break, her lawyer said her legal team paid for it.
…The test was administered at a hotel near the airport in Baltimore, a location selected because Ford, after attending her grandmother’s funeral, had to make a flight to Manchester, New Hampshire.
She said she participated in the polygraph either on the day of her grandmother’s funeral or the day after, but could not remember which one.
Ford said she was “scared” of the test, but was comfortable that she could share information regarding the alleged incident involving Kavanaugh, which Ford said occurred in the summer of 1982.
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