Do you have pity with this grandmother? She failed the polygraph examination for the truthfulness of her allegations against her daughter’s ex-boyfriend. They accuse him of sexual molestation of his little daughter. At the same time the father passed already the second lie-detector test on this tv-show of “Dr. Phil”. We can assume she cries for anger about failing the test in front of the audience.
Could it be that damn’ machine discriminates on the base of sex or age? Or both? Probably it was even constructed by a man! Without an inbuilt empathy device which takes into account that women never lie about such serious allegations against men. And what’s up with the showmaster? How come he let a man operate the polygraph? How could we know that he did not manipulate the results? Endless questions to be raised, and according to the principle of preponderance of doubts the case seems clear – flagrant discrimination on the grounds of sex, age and color! Well yes, the accused is black too, but the show’s judge is a white, middle class male, you can’t deny that. And what, do you think is the effect of the blaming of the accusers on all those mothers and grandmothers whose allegations might not yet have emerged? They’re once more all but silenced, now! And to Glenn Sacks:
Isn’t it rude if not outright creepy to doubt women’s voices who are so brave as to speak out in public against the epidemic of sexual abuse of little girls? Will the child rape culture never be stopped?