Feb 192017
 
 February 19, 2017  Surveillance, U.S., Workplace

John Keilman and Brian L. Cox report:

Washington-style intrigue will swirl through Des Plaines Monday when several aldermen say they’ll take polygraph tests to prove they’re not the source of a leaked document that has cast this northwest suburban town into an uproar.

It’s the latest chapter of a long-running drama that has seen private investigators comb through computer servers and interview elected officials and staff members in a thus-far-unsuccessful attempt to unmask the perpetrators.

Read more on the Chicago Tribune.

  One Response to “Des Plaines council turns to polygraphs in leak investigation”

  1. I guess they’re not aware of how unreliable polygraphs are…

    http://www.apa.org/research/action/polygraph.aspx

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