Hey, remember that lie detector test Ella took a few months ago? Abraham and Ella made a video about it which they tried to flog on Amazon in an attempt to raise some cash, and for a while various Hoaxtead mobsters touted it as absolute evidence that Ella had been telling the truth all along, case closed.
At the time, we were sceptical of the entire exercise, as we have always been given to understand that polygraphs consisted of many questions, and were designed to measure the subject’s baseline response against their response when answering more difficult questions.
By comparison, this was the entire exam, as administered by Portuguese polygraph expert Amavel Sanches, who describes himself as the “spiritual leader” behind BEAR Forensics in Madrid:
Sanches: Do you understand I will only ask questions we have talked about?
Sanches: Concerning the testimony of your children, are you going to answer truthfully each question on this test?
Sanches: Are you sitting down?
Sanches: Did you train your children to accuse their dad?
Sanches: Are you aware of your children being inducted?
Sanches: Did you coach your children in giving their testimony?
Sanches: Okay, done!
It all seemed just a bit…abbreviated, and we were unsurprised when Sanches proclaimed that Ella had passed the test.
The video that busted it wide open
We were watching a video by MK Ultra 666, who regularly parodies and pokes fun at the Hoaxtead mob, when we suddenly realised something we ought to have noticed before: the video contains a very telling screenshot from Ella’s polygraph video.
Here’s the screenshot from MK Ultra’s video: The top horizontal lines, in blue, represent her respiratory rate; the middle line, in black, represents her electro-dermal activity (sweating as measured on her fingertips); and the bottom red line represents her blood pressure and heart rate.
Looking at this, we suddenly realised (duh!) that on the third-to-last question, Ella’s electro-dermal activity and heart rate had both spiked.
Here’s the same shot, this time from Abe and Ella’s YouTube channel (and with our notations):The video title—”Mother Ella Gareeva Found Innocent!!!!!” seems just a bit ironic, as this image—found at 16:14 on the video—clearly shows that when Sanches asked, “Did you train your children to accuse their dad?” her heart pounded and she began to sweat.
In fact, when she answered one of the baseline questions, “Are you sitting down?”, her heart rate and blood pressure were quite low, jumping at the first “real” question and only settling back to baseline level at the end of the test.
Why did Sanches claim that Ella had passed the test, when the video evidence is so clear? That’s anybody’s guess. Perhaps he’d like to sit down for a polygraph himself some time?