Clinton's "That Woman, Miss Lewinsky" Denial-Video Featured on Product Website
Free Lie Detector Targets Telephone Fibbers
By Rick Pearcey
Monday, Dec. 18, 2006 -- "It could be the perfect tool for suspicious spouses wanting to check whether their loved ones are playing away from home," reports This Is London yesterday.
"A new telephone lie detector system promises to pick up on tell-tale signs of stress in a caller's voice whenever they tell a fib."
According to TIL, the device is "available for free" at the seller's website (Kishkish) and can be "easily downloaded from the web and used by those who make phone calls over the internet."
The product's web address is http://www.kishkish.com/liedetector. This webpage features a "voice stress analysis" video of President Bill Clinton's denying that he had "sexual relations" with Monica Lewinsky, "that woman."
In a section of the page titled "About Voice Stress Analysis," Kishkish says, "Voice Stress Analysis (VSA) is a type of lie detector which measures stress in a person's voice. The use of Voice Stress Analysis (VSA) as a lie detector became popular in the late 1970s and 80s. In the 90s the first Computerized VSA (CVSA) systems came to out to the market."
According to Kishkish, "The CVSAT is now the truth verification device of choice in the law enforcement community as the number of law enforcement agencies utilizing the CVSAT continues to grow dramatically, proving the viability of the system for twenty-first century crime detection."
In addition, CVSAT is "being utilized by the US Military in the global war on terrorism."
The full story in This Is London is here.
Rick Pearcey is editor and publisher of The Pearcey Report.