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Gardaí use the services of a 'human lie detector'

Gardaí engaged the services of a woman, who is one of only five people in the world specially trained for the task, in solving the murder of Brian McGrath.

A conventional lie detector machine
A conventional lie detector machine

IT’S EMERGED THAT Gardaí engaged the services of a truth expert to help them solve the murder of Brian Mc Grath, who was killed by his wife and her son-in-law in 1987.

The Irish Sun reports that Nejolla Korris, one of only five people in the world trained to be a human lie detector, helped gardaí to examine statements and helped to pick holes in stories.

Larissa Nolan’s Sun exclusive reveals that Korris trained members of the Gardaí’s cold case team when they travelled to Birmingham for a special seminar. She said that the key to success in her job is to be a good listener.

Read more in Larissa Nolan’s exclusive in today’s Irish Sun (print edition only)

Read: McGrath found guilty of husband’s murder>

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