The use of polygraph tests and related evidentiary aspects in labour disputes name: daniel francisco calaca



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6. ANNEXURES

A. Handbooks and Articles
1. Reference of Handbooks Reviewed
2. Articles Reviewed
3. Websites Reviewed.
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B. Table of Case Law
1. Table of Cases from the Republic of South Africa.
2. Table of Cases from the United States of America.
3. Table of Cases from Australia.
4. Table of Cases from Canada.
5. Table of Statutes. C. Acknowledgements.

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CHAPTER 1



INTRODUCTION

Then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free. John 8:32
A. Background to Polygraph Testing
Since the beginning of time, man had an internal struggle with speaking the truth. A prime example of this is Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden. God knew that Adam and Eve disobeyed Him and that they ate from the tree of Good and Evil, yet they chose to lie to Him. The snake (the devil) lied to Adam and Eve and their sin caused them to be evicted from the Garden of Eden. The fact therefore is and remains that human beings lie. Why we do it, I don’t know it maybe because we fear something, that we don’t want to hurt someone, we do it for personal gain or the most likely reason of all, that we do it to gain an advantage over someone or something. The fact that we lie also made us obsessive about being lied to. We have been obsessing about finding the truth and have been searching for ways to detect deception or lies ever since. In West Africa, people suspected of lying or that they have committed a crime were forced to pass a bird’s egg to one another. If a person broke the egg, then he or she was considered to be guilty.


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