Berkshire lie detector tests have been used in cases of sexual allegations to clear the names of those wrongly accused. Or they are used to prove abuse took place. Cases of sexual assault can be difficult to clarify as it can be one person’s word against another. Sometimes there is no clear evidence as to which party is telling the truth.
One of the highest profile cases of sexual allegations has recently been that involving Prince Andrew. According to national newspapers Prince Andrew continues to be dogged by accusations of his relationship with the late paedophile Jeffrey Epstein. Epstein was charged by Manhattan federal prosecutors in July 2019 with sexually exploiting dozens of girls and women. He was already a registered sex offender. He took his own life at the age of 66 in a Manhattan jail on August 10, 2019. Prince Andrew is one of many high profile and powerful people linked to Epstein but has always protested any wrongdoing. Perhaps a lie detector test is needed.
High profile Berkshire lie detector test
The Duke of York lives in the Royal Lodge at Windsor Castle. He has been said to have been offered a polygraph (lie detector) test for an astonishing sum of £75 million. This is reported as being the “biggest pay per view in history”. A Berkshire lie detector test could help him to clarify the nature of his relationship with Epstein. Plus it would clear his name over the allegations as the controversy rumbles on.
The high profile offer is being made by an investigative journalist who wants to quiz the Prince over claims that have been made public by a female. She says she was brought from the US to London at the age of 17 to have sex with the Prince . She also claims was also loaned out to him in the States by Epstein. The Duke has repeatedly denied her claims. This could be clarified easily with the use of a Berkshire lie detector test.
Pay per view event
The journalist making the offer said the stunt would be a pay per view event. He told the Mail Online: “If he (Andrew) is as innocent as he says he is, he passes and it clears his name. It is a great way for him to vindicate himself in 45 minutes. It will be a pay per view event, hopefully, the biggest pay per view in history, where Andrew gets $100million for just turning up and taking the test.”
The writer added: “So it is a win-win for him and he would be able to make a donation to victims of child sex trafficking. It would make him look great. Nobody has ever made that amount of money for 45 minutes of work.”
The journalist has previously made films and documentaries using certified polygraph tests to try to establish the credibility of witnesses. He explained: “I have specialised in doing broadcast polygraphs for years, working with some of the world’s leading polygraph examiners. I leave the door open for him to clear his name.
Pass or fail
If a lie detector test were to go ahead, the event would be the Prince’s first appearance since his infamous interview with Newsnight in November 2019.
The journalist added “A polygraph test will be 99.999 percent accurate. I want to give him the best shot possible to clear his name and make it worthwhile – pass or fail. I am giving him a chance in front of the whole world to clear his name once and for all.”
A Berkshire polygraph test could be used to ascertain exactly what the Prince’s relationship with Epstein entailed, and whether or not his accuser’s claims hold any truth. Being a victim of abuse, or being wrongly accused are both stressful situations that can be proven one way or the other with the use of a Berkshire lie detector test. If you find yourself in either situation and would like to talk to a member of our team, call our confidential, free helpline on 07572 748364 to learn more about our polygraph services in Berkshire and nationwide.