(PRWEB UK) 28 May 2014
According to the article published on BBC News’ official website, dated 14 April 2014: Jeremy Kyle Show breaks Ofcom rules, Jeremy Kyle Show, which is broadcasted on ITV, has breached Ofcom rules by not informing its viewers properly about the safety of the teenager who took part in the show. The controversial episode revolved around a teenage girl, 17, who ‘failed’ to pass lie detector test when questioned about stealing. One reviewer was concerned about the girl’s well-being, as she seemed like she was in distresses, so he placed a call to the regulator. On the show, the girls were showing clear signs of being in distress when her sister accused her of stealing from their mother. The teenager was crying and shouting, as well as breathing heavily. Ofcom argues that ITV should have been clearer about the fact that the teenager was actually cared for and protected during the taping of the controversial episode in front a live studio audience.
Relating to the article published of BBC News’ site, Manchester Private Investigators (http://manchester-privateinvestigators.co.uk/) would like to take the opportunity to inform their potential clients about lie detector tests, which can be performed at the request of a client. There are many types of investigation which rely on the results gathered by a lie detector, and it can be also used as proof in court. Contacting a private investigator service is the most efficient, and often, the only way of proving whether is someone is innocent or not. It can be used to solve a wide spectrum of issues. Marital partners which are accused of cheating and committing adultery can prove their innocence in front of the spouse by taking the test. Employees who have been wrongfully accused can salvage their reputation and keep their job. The applications are limitless. Manchester Private Investigators also has experienced detectives with background in law enforcement, which are trained to analyze the results of lie detector tests and draw accurate conclusions from them. So far, they have been able to prove innocence and restore reputations for hundreds of their client, and the list keeps on getting longer every day. Do not hesitate to place a call.
Chief investigator at Manchester Private Investigators, William Abbott, highlights the importance of lie detector tests in solving cases on a day to day basis. They can implemented just about anywhere, and if analyzed properly, they can paint an accurate picture of someone innocence or guilt. Mr. Abbott also said: “If you feel like you’ve been a victim of injustice, and you’ve failed to prove that you’re innocent, schedule a meeting with us and we will help you do so.”
Chief investigator William Abbott can be contacted on 0161 363 0083. Call Manchester Private Investigators today.