By Rachel Morgan, Marketing –
Former Police Chief Frank M. Nucera, age 62, was found guilty of lying to FBI agents regarding an arrest he was involved in. The evidence presented at the trial explained that police officers in Bordentown, Virginia responded to a complaint about 2 individuals who had stayed at a hotel without paying. One was a young man, 18 years old, and the other was a young woman, 16 years old. When the police came on the scene, the individuals resisted arrest and the officers called for back-up.
Various police officers responded to the call, one of them being Chief-Nucera. The FBI Press release explained that after the young man “was handcuffed and was being escorted out of the hotel by police, Nucera allegedly approached him from behind and slammed the man’s head into a metal doorjamb.” An FBI recording showed that when questioned, Nucera insisted that he did not lay a hand on the young man during the arrest.
Because the two individuals were African American, Nucera was also accused of committing a hate crime. However, this accusation has yet to be proven true or false.
The behavior of this former police chief was an anomaly among policeman and law enforcement officials. However, when met with situations such as this, law officials do their best to discover the truth and hold their employees accountable. In such situations, lie detection technology can prove useful in helping discover what truly transpired and why it happened.
A new lie detection technology known as EyeDetect® is making lie detection technology more efficient and more accessible than ever. EyeDetect is a technology from Converus that discovers the truth with 86% percent accuracy while the examinees take a standardized test. During this test, EyeDetect measures pupil dilations to read whether the subject is lying or not. Tests are finished within 30 minutes and results are processed instantly. EyeDetect technology was created to expose the truth and hold people accountable for their actions.