As alleged sexual assault victim Christine Blasey Ford prepares to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee tomorrow morning against Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh, Ford’s attorneys have just released her full polygraph examination report.
The report will be presented to the Senate committee tomorrow morning and includes three separate analyses which have indicated there was “no deception” when Ford was asked the following two questions right after her allegations were made:
A. Is any part of your statement false? Answer: No
B. Did you make up any part of your statement? Answer: No
The first analysis shows ‘no indication of deception’ while the second analysis showed that the probability that the results were produced by a deceptive person was 0.002 (note that truthful results occur when the probability is under 0.50). The third and final analysis indicated that the probability of deception was less than 0.02.
In other words, Ford passed the examination with clear indications that her statements were completely accurate.
The full report can be seen below: