Indiana Man Advised People On How to Pass Polygraph Tests

Chad Dixon will be sentenced this morning for advising others on how to pass a lie detector test.

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Chad Dixon will be sentenced this morning for advising others on how to pass a lie detector test.

Chad Dixon, the Indiana man accused of teaching people how to beat lie detector tests, will be sentenced this morning in Virginia.

Dixon pleaded guilty to one count of wire fraud and one count of obstruction of an agency proceeding back in December.

Prosecutors are asking for prison time, after learning Dixon taught over 100 people how to pass a lie detector test. Among the 100 people he advised were convicted sex offenders and Custom and Border Protection agents.

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