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In New Ad, Herman Cain Defends Himself Using WGCL Lie Detector Story

A new political ad for embattled presidential hopeful Herman Cain tries to repair his image by citing a story WGCL did in early November.

“It’s time for the truth,” the ad’s narrator intones (video above).  “The media won’t tell you what one of the foremost lie detector experts in America said about Herman Cain.”

That lie detector expert is an Atlanta private investigator who WGCL enlisted three weeks ago to analyze Cain’s denial of Sharon Bialek‘s sexual harrassment allegations.

Using “$15,000 software,” the P.I. concluded that Cain was not lying when he denied Bialek’s allegations at a press conference held after she came forward.  On the other hand, the software listed Bialek’s account of Cain reaching for her genitals as having a “high risk” for lying.

Here’s WGCL’s story…

[h/t Gawker]

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