Private investigator TJ Ward, who garnered headlines as an investigator in the disappearance of missing teen Natalee Holloway, now says he has scientific proof that GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain was not lying at his news conference about sexual harassment claims.
Ward demonstrated a $15,000 software for a television reporter from CBS Atlanta
in which he purported to analyze Cain’s remarks at a news conference on Tuesday in Phoenix as well as the remarks of Sharon Bialek, one of Cain’s accusers.
“If he is hiding something this thing would have spiked way down here," Ward told the reporter. "He is being truthful, totally truthful. He is a man with integrity and he talked directly about not knowing any incident he is accused of."
The software, which analyzes the stress level and other factors in the human voice, reacted differently to Bialek’s recording, according to CBS Atlanta.
As Cain denied the sexual harassment claims, the software indicated a "low risk" that the candidate was being deceptive. In contrast, it indicated a “high risk statement” when it analyzed Bialek's voice as she spoke the words, "He suddenly reached over put his hand on my leg under my skirt and reached for my genitals he also grabbed my head brought it towards his crotch."
Based on his analysis, Ward says he believes that the woman fabricated what transpired, but “I don't think she is fabricating her meetings."
He says that the technology has a 95 percent success rate and is used by nearly 70 law enforcement agencies nationwide. He insists that it proves Cain’s innocence.
"When he directly talks about the allegations against him there is no high risk," Ward explained. "It is low risk, which tells me he is being truthful in his conversations to the public."
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