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Misconceptions about narco analysis

Bannur Muthai Mohan

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2007.002


Abstract

The writer of the editorial titled ‘Medical professionals and interrogation: lies about finding the truth’ has conveyed a series of misconceptions about the technologies referred to in the discussion. Such an article should have been properly evaluated for its suitability for publication. The article has done more damage than good because of its failure to recognise the needs of the criminal justice system and its current legal position.

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