Lie detector able to read minds?


By Steve Rock
Dubuque Telegraph Herald


KANSAS CITY, Mo. — As a detective in the Blue Springs, Mo., Police Department, Troy Pharr looks forward to the day when lie detection is fail-safe.

It would be the "next great step" in the investigative process, he said, something that would help put criminals behind bars.

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