We’re putting tonight’s debate on a lie detector

UPDATE 2: Click here for the official results from the lie detector.

UPDATE: Bill Wilson, President of Americans for Limited Government, issued the following statement on the initial results from the lie detection scanner: “The lie detector voice analysis tests of the presidential debate were found to be inconclusive by Voice Analysis Technology. The technology can detect a deception if the person knows they are deceiving, but if they believe what they are saying is true, even if it is not, it is not picked up. We are engaging in further review of these reports.”

2012 Presidential Debate

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A new truth detecting technology will be employed by Americans for Limited Government while watching the debate between Republican nominee Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama.

Voice analysis measures the voice patterns of individuals and determines whether the speaker is telling the truth or not.  It also measures the level of stress the person is under, as well as their level of concentration.

Bill Wilson, president of Americans for Limited Government called the use of the technology “a break-through for the American people.  For the first time, within a few hours of a political debate, the American people will know if the candidates are telling the truth, and better be able to judge what promises are real, and which ones are nothing more than political pandering.”

The company behind the verbal truth teller is Voice Analysis Technology, and they have been hired in many high profile criminal cases including the search for the killer of Natalie Holloway, the teenager who was killed while on a student trip in Aruba.  Recently, the company showed that one of former Republican presidential contender Herman Cain’s primary accusers was not being truthful when making her charges.

The U.S. Department of Defense, Bureau of Prisons, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department and more than sixty other law enforcement agencies across the U.S. all have contracted with Voice Analysis Technology to help them successfully interrogate suspects.

Unlike a traditional polygraph which requires a suspect’s cooperation, and places numerous probes on the person’s body, voice analysis literally takes the words right out of a person’s mouth and based upon variations in speech patterns determines if statements being made are true or not with a high degree of accuracy.  With words like inaccurate, person uncertain, false statement, highly stressed and truth, the user’s computer screen literally explodes with data related to the veracity of the subject’s assertions.

“The near real time analysis that Americans for Limited Government will be able to provide the public on the veracity of the statements made in the debate is a game changer in how people relate to politicians.  The operating assumption by the general public is that if a politician’s mouth is moving, he or she must be lying, by putting Obama and Romney to the test, we will find out if this is true,” Bill Wilson concluded.

It is anticipated that an analysis of the debate will be released within three hours of its completion, providing the overnight shifts in news rooms across the country plenty to write about.

  • Ben

    Thank you for doing this. I hope you are balanced about it, there will be plenty of dishonest remarks from both sides.

  • guest

    Hurry up – I want to see the results !!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Cat-Steen/100000976904200 Cat Steen

    Gonna be interesting….

  • http://www.facebook.com/phakarat.jaruprakas Phakarat Jaruprakas

    There should be a scale of sorts, like they do with 1, 2 or 3 Pinocchio’s. Some of the statements were indisputable LIES.

  • New Guest

    I am waiting for the VAT lie detector results too. Please hurry. Mitt did an excellent job debating tonight, and he dominated , and won the debate. Obama looked downcast, uncertain, and unprepared tonight.

  • ray

    So who wins? Romney with lies or Obummer with the truth?

  • Don

    so…? results?

  • Another guest

    Well, been a long 3 hours. Did they ask the results be surpressed yet? Doubt neither passed. Looking everywhere on search engines for anything. 5:45AM DST

  • Guest123

    Well is been over 8 hours and I still see nothing anywhere about the results of the test.

  • MCA

    “The near real time analysis ”
    “It is anticipated that an analysis of the debate will be released within
    three hours of its completion, providing the overnight shifts in news
    rooms across the country plenty to write about.”
    It’s 7 AM, night is over, Night shift is going home. I’ve sat up all night waiting to see the near real time analysis. Many hours have passed since the debate ended and still no results. How about updating your article to let us know when to expect the near real time analysis and on what day the night shift will be busy writing.

  • http://www.facebook.com/chuck.orange.50 Chuck Orange

    Where are the results??????????

  • http://www.facebook.com/chuck.orange.50 Chuck Orange

    The owners mother-in-law refused to release her analysis…She is the best lie detector he knows….BULL-SHITE!

  • irishmom58

    will you also provide a truth detector test for your announcement? Sounds like it must not have given the result you wanted, or it was going to take human interpretation. We already had human interpretation completed by 99% of Americans within 1 second of the debate’s closing. It seems a ‘real time’ truth test that is broadcast as an overlay to the actual debate would be more interesting – and for that matter to every soundbite and speech made by the candidates.

  • jim

    It is obvious you’re suppressing the results. There was not a single factual thing that Rmoney said and not a single untrue thing The president said. But, since the results don’t match what you and the right-wing nut-jobs believe (thanks to Faux News and bloviators such as Rush Limpbaugh and Hannity) you won’t publish them.

  • http://PrimordialSlack.com/ Joan Of Argghh!

    Don’t need no steenkin’ robots to tell us what we saw with our own eyes and heard with our own ears: #MittSlapped !

  • brentmangum@hotmail.com

    6:07 a.m. MST, still no results. What gives?

  • Max Hugoson

    Where are the RESULTS?????
    Max Hugoson, Excelsior, MN

  • JGarcia

    What planet are you living on?

  • http://www.facebook.com/blue4g Ry Valyant

    So!?!?!

  • Scurvy Wench

    The results? Still crawling the web for them.
    Come on, guys. Get your act together.

  • jaxon

    so? near instant results? by end of the night shift? sounds like you didn’t get the results you wanted. please post data.

  • guest

    Okay, it’s 9:55 a.m. ET and still no results. Hmm..

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002891908438 Brandon Donavan

    You are a Kool Aid drinking tool. Is your last name Crow?

  • http://www.facebook.com/RNGaston Randy Gaston

    Seriously? I had to go to your other web site to find out what is going on.

    Oct. 4, 2012, Fairfax, VA—Americans for Limited
    Government released the following statement regarding the lie detector
    voice analysis tests of the presidential debate:

    “The lie detector voice analysis tests of
    the presidential debate were found to be inconclusive by Voice Analysis
    Technology. The technology can detect a deception if the person knows
    they are deceiving, but if they believe what they are saying is true,
    even if it is not, it is not picked up. We are engaging in further
    review of these reports.”

  • aniranch

    Gee, guys, just Google it. The results were “inconclusive”.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=702731441 Merry Lervold-Hislop

    Well… Obama believes his own whooey then. What would really show some interesting results are the right questions… like: Were you born in Hawaii? Did you do crack cocaine with Larry Sinclair in 1999? Did you or anyone you know have anything to do with the murder of Donald Young?

  • Let the Facts Fall

    Promise little; deliver more…inconclusive? All of it?

  • person of interest

    I somehow get the feeling that the results showed they were BOTH lying. At least that is my theory as to why the results are being declared “inconclusive”.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_WAGNSCJU5CTCD74YTNYQ3Q2TCU 'BB Rabozza

    So… where are the results?

  • Woodrow D Woodpecker

    Mr. Crow…Funny you should use O’Reilly’s favorite word “bloviate” because you seem to be expert at it.. You must be a plagerist like Biden. Watch his debate Thursday and there is a contest to see how many quotes he steals from Bobby Kennedy or Neil Kinnock. Sign upo online at http://WWW.Bidenandyouaredouchebags.com . You are sure to win. For once you will know what it is to feel like a winner,

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