Skip to comments.Voice analysis: Cain truthful, Bialek ‘inaccurate’ [VIDEO]
Posted on 11/10/2011 9:44:27 AM PST by NoLibZone
Wednesday night on Atlanta CBS affiliate WGCL-TV, reporter Mike Paluska interviewed private investigator T.J. Ward, who uses computer software to determine with a high degree of certainty whether someone is telling the truth.
The software works by analyzing your voice, from emotional stress to your thought process, Paluska said.
Two samples were played for the software, said to cost $15,000: one of GOP presidential hopeful Herman Cain from his Phoenix press conference on Tuesday, and the other of his accuser Sharon Bialek from her Monday press conference in New York City.
The report showed a low risk of untruthfulness for Cain, while showing subject not sure, high stress, high risk statement and inaccuracy for Bialek.
In my exam taken from his speech, [Cain] is being truthful about not having any knowledge about these allegations brought against him, Ward said.
Need some proof the software does what’s claimed.
The accusers and the ‘offended’ sympathetic news media have been pretty quiet today.
Did they figure out yet that their slip is showing?
Inaccurate???? How about ‘mis-leading’? Maybe she was just putting her own ‘spin’ on the truth.
Let’s just call it what it is. She’s lying.
Do you need proof that Cain did what his accusers claim?
Ward said nearly 70 law enforcement agencies nationwide use the voice software, including the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office.
Ward said the technology is a scientific measure that law enforcement use as a tool to tell when someone is lying and that it has a 95 percent success rate.
Yes, it is quiet on the commie front as regards Cain.
My opinion is 1) that the audience’s boos to the question and hearty applause to Cain’s response made them step back and think/scheme a little more; and 2) they are planning their next “harassment” attack - probably phonying up some “claimants”, “witnesses”, and “documents/pics”.
Alright! It made it to the Daily Caller...this needs to get out to Drudge!
I believe the software. Based on the article about it, it must be accurate.
The Daily Caller? No thank you!
They need to run Clinton’s “I did not have sexual relations with that woman—Miss Lewisnky” speech through the software as a test.
When Larry Sinclair talked about his gay adventures with Obama, he took a lie detector test. It seems only right that Sharon Bialek should do the same. Likewise, Obama should be pressured to take one, if Cain takes one. Obama should also be questioned about his and Rahm’s membership in a gay bathhouse. While he is plugged up, ask Obama why he has a bogus BC and SS#. Don’t let him have a teleprompter to tell him what to say.
Cain should raise his accusers Gloria Allred with an F Lee Baily ftw.
Please, let’s get real, those women came forward to show how serious they are about exposing an alledged sexual preditor. Refering to all the men who hold high positions, a show of hands of how many of you are guilty of the same thing as Cain? Stand up and Man up.
I also heard this morning that many insurance companies use this software to analyze the voices of claimants - they can find places where their stories are untrue and zero in on those to avoid insurance fraud.....
They need to use that to analies (/sarc) 0bammies speeches.
....or perhaps they are aware of the reputation of Lin Wood who is widely regarded as one of the best libel/defamation attorneys in the country.
The Magic 8 Ball says “This is a software infringement. I’m calling my lawyer.”
Welcome to Free Republic. Got a feeling your stay will be short. Enjoy.
Those women are nothing but gold digging Ho’s.
Except Kraushaar. She is merely a lazy DC bureaucrat that is a serial complaint filer.
You don’t think this means Bialek is lying or anything? (sarc)
You won’t be here long.
I emailed it to Matt Drudge late last night.
The $50.00 question is why has he not yet decided to post it...
I can only speculate as to why not, but I’m giving him one more day before I fire off a nasty email to him.
LOL! You and I think alike; I, too, was just about to tell her about that spell checker!
P.S. - RE: “Help full” — Good one!
I could have sworn it was up on Drudge for a little bit this afternoon, but now it’s down again.
I sent it to him, again.
I did too. It was actually on Drudge today for several hours! I don’t know why he took it down but was pretty excited to see it there while it lasted.
Yep, it was. I wonder why it’s gone now.
Whew! Glad you let me know about it before I fired off that nasty email I was drafting to Matt!
Fire it off anyway! As I said, he took the article down!
Please, lets get real, those women came forward to show how serious they are about exposing an alledged sexual preditor. Refering to all the men who hold high positions, a show of hands of how many of you are guilty of the same thing as Cain? Stand up and Man up.
You signed up today to post this pile of dog manure???
Go back to DU.
Karen Kraushaar complained 2x now - so let’s see? Everywhere she’s hired they harass her in some way? Why would that be?
It is FAR too easy to file sexual harassment claims when one works for the federal government.
Someone at my husband’s work place that he supervised filed one against him because 4 guys were taking a break after having moved an office full of furniture and reset most of it. When told it was time to return to work and finish the job one of the guys said to the other guys working “come on ladies, time to get back to work.”
This was filed and investigated because he “ALLOWED” this guy to make that comment, just as if he’d put his hand on someone’s a$$. Then he was forced to go to a sexual harassment course. When he agreed to go so this would end but suggested that ALL his employees go so that EVERYONE would know just what is and what isn’t sexual harassment he was told “you are the one with the problem”.
I think the woman that reported that stupid comment has the problem, but now it’s on my husband’s record.
That's sexual harassment right there!
He already has, one L. Lin Wood, who has a reputation of his own, concerning defamation of character suits (he specializes in them). Not somebody who Allred, who usually tries her cases "in the court of public opinion", wants go go toe to toe with in a bona-fide courtroom...
I was attempting to make a vague reference to Baileys 1983 TV show, Lie Detector, but was too vague. My lame.