Justin Smeja's Official Polygraph Examination Report
Here is the official results for Justin Smeja's polygraph test on August 7, 2012. Team Tazer Bigfoot's Ro Sahebi found one of Sacramento's top polygraph examiners to perform the test. This person has 10 years of experience as a polygraph examiner, has a degree in criminal justice, and is a licensed private investigator. She is also a member of PEOA (Polygraph Examiners Of America) and CAPE (California Association of Polygraph Examiners). Justin, Carl Olinselot, and Ro spent the night at my house and the questions were not revealed to Justin and the polygraph examiner until Tuesday morning.
The questions were pre-written by Bart Cutino, who's been investigating this incident for the last year and has a Bachelor's Degree in Criminology/Law Enforcement at University California State Fresno. Some additional questions were added by Ro Sahebi, a film producer from Los Angeles. The examiner's identity will be released upon request. This means we will release her identity to anyone who wishes to get in touch with her for interviews.
To our knowledge, the type of polygraph we chose cannot be faked. It has a 99 percent accuracy and it uses the same technique used by the military. Justin passed 100%. He was not intoxicated and did nothing to prepare as we were together for the 24 hours before the test. Also, he was not aware that the examination was actually going to happen. He thought we had canceled it.
There are two types of results. The first one contains the questions and the results. The second results contains a 7-point scale adjacent comparison tracing that includes Justin's respiration, electrodermal, and cardio. Both results indicates "NO DECEPTION".
[Update: Question #3]
Question #3 has a typo. The examiners question to Justin was "When you first saw this "animal", did you recognize it as an animal you had never seen before or even knew existed?". Bart Cutino verified with us that this was the way he had worded the question and Ro Sahebi reviewed the footage to make sure that this question was the one posed to Justin.
Strongest Adjacent Comparison Tracing: