Live polygraph test for accused Call of Duty cheater ends before the good part

A livestreamed lie detector test designed to decide the fate of an accused Call of Duty: Warzone cheater abruptly ended this week after doubts of the polygraph’s validity and the person conducting it surfaced.

As reported by Dexerto (opens in new tab), the April 5 event was the brainchild of esports commentator Jake Lucky and Grady Rains of Full Squad Gaming, who invited accused cheater ShiftyTV (opens in new tab) to their Los Angeles studio to prove his innocence (or guilt). The planned itinerary for the stream would begin with Shifty playing Warzone on a ‘clean’ PC setup to test his performance against his home PC. The stream would conclude with the results of a polygraph test conducted by John Grogan, a for-hire polygraph examiner who has conducted similar tests for Dr. Phil, Vanity Fair, and The Late Late Show with James Corden. 

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