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Source: COLUMBUS DISPATCH
July 11, 2012
The Administration needs to be given these polygraphs!
Well, you have to understand is that when you are working within an Agency that deals with the most highly secret information this Nation has, the 'bad guys' look very hard to discover anything they can to use against you by threatening to reveal it publicly. Yes they even try and 'set you up' with illicet activities. That doesn't just happen in the movies! It is a security risk. I know as I have been subjected to numerous polygraphs while in the US Navy as i worked in a very highly sensitive area. It would be unusual if I when more than maybe 6 months between polygraphs and sometimes more often when being granted access to new and/or more sensitive information. If you have nothing to hide, don't worry about it. If you DO have something to hide, you should not be working with sensitive and highly classified material or information.
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