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Monday, 24 January 2022 01:14 GMT

Serial Killer Passed Polygraph By Taking This Drug


Portage Indiana---By all outward appearances Dr. Benjamin Weinstein was a normal guy.  He had a normal family a wife and two great kids.  A normal job a chiropractor.  And he pursued normal activities chess jogging and playing the ponies.  But when Dr. Weinstein now 37 years old decided to seek revenge on the four bullies who beat him near death on a deserted country road 19 years earlier he was everything but normal.  He became an enraged psychopath out for blood.  And he got it.  But he became a murder suspect and was compelled to take a polygraph.  He passed.  How?  By taking a dose of Versed a short acting nervous system depressant which is primarily used to induce sedation before medical procedures.  It also suppresses the key signs a polygraph examiner looks for such as heart respiratory and pulse rates.  Plus a bonus---decreased sweating.  That along with a straight face helped Dr. Weinstein beat the rap.

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