Anti-polygraph crusader indicted, entrapped by Department of Homeland Security

Anti-polygraph crusader indicted, entrapped by Department of Homeland Security

On November 13, 2014, Douglas Williams, 69, of Norman, Oklahoma, was charged in a five-count indictment in the Western District of Oklahoma with mail fraud and obstruction.

According to allegations in the indictment, Williams is the owner and operator of the website “Polygraph.com.” He marketed his training services to help people appearing for polygraph examinations before federal law enforcement agencies, federal intelligence agencies, and state and local law enforcement agencies, as well as people required to take polygraph examinations under the terms of their parole or probation.

The indictment reveals that Williams was entrapped in a sting by two undercover agents with the Department of Homeland Security.

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