Hillary Clinton Failed Lie Detector’s Stress Test Amid Email Scandal, Expert Claims

Hillary Clinton, the FBI, and the Attorney General failed a psychological stress test amid the email scandal, an insider claims.

Taped comments by Hillary Clinton, Bill Clinton, U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch, and FBI Director James Comey were analyzed by a device known to be used by more than 50 law enforcement agencies around the nation and abroad. It’s known as a DecepTech Voice Stress Analysis Machine, a sophisticated program that picks up stress levels in subjects who are questioned during legal probes. Certain words are triggers for those under investigation, and the device can detect stress in a person’s voice.

Michael Sylvestre, a top lie detection expert, tells RadarOnline that several parties affiliated in Clinton’s email probe showed areas of “stress” in their speech that hinged on certain words or remarks. The lie detection expert says the DecepTech device is considered more accurate than a traditional polygraph because it gauges speech patterns in those being investigated.

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Sylvestre says the Clintons, the FBI, and U.S. State Department misled the American public in an effort to absolve Hillary of any accountability for using a private email server that contained classified and sensitive information that placed secrets of the United States at risk.

According to Sylvestre, Hillary Clinton was “close to maxing out on stress” when she denied emailing “any classified material to anyone.”

Where did Hillary fail the lie detector test? Sylvestre says it was shown “especially with the words ’email’ and ‘classified.'”

Sylvestre continues that the FBI and Attorney General collaborated with Hillary to put the email scandal to rest. The expert believes it was all one big “cover-up.”

Comey discovered that over 100 of Hillary’s emails contained classified information. In spite of that, he announced no formal charges would be filed against the former First Lady and Secretary of State. He said her actions were “extremely careless,” but that she didn’t show any “intentional misconduct or indications of disloyalty to the United States or efforts to obstruct justice.”

According to Sylvestre, the FBI director was dishonest when he said “no outside influence of any kind was brought to bear” on the FBI’s investigation into the Hillary Clinton emails. He evaluated that there was “a significant amount of stress in those words” Comey spoke, and his decision was “definitely influenced” by someone.

This could be where Bill’s meeting with Lynch on June 27 enters the picture. His interaction with the Attorney General fueled rumors after the pair met aboard her plane at the Phoenix airport to purportedly discuss their grandchildren and golf. Chatter spread that the former president perhaps offered Lynch a position in the cabinet if she helped Hillary in the email probe.

When the words “no discussion” were spoken by Lynch, the lie detection expert said there were stresses in her speech that the machine picked up. Sylvestre said it led him to “believe they were discussing something about the case.”

Finally, Sylvestre said Bill lied when he called Hillary’s email investigation “a game.”

Michael Sylvestre wasn’t an official investigator in the Clinton email scandal. Had he been part of the probe, he would’ve been sworn to secrecy. He analyzed comments made publicly by Hillary, Bill, Comey, and Lynch.

In the latest news on the Hillary Clinton email scandal, Fox News reports that FBI agents who worked closely on the case were required to sign a “Case Briefing Acknowledgment” contract. It prohibits anyone from disclosing details about the case without official permission, and it maintains protection over all classified and sensitive material contained within the emails.

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