Herman Cain has already said he would take a polygraph test to prove he is being truthful in his denial of recent accusations of sexual assault that four women made against him.
The polygraph test has not been taken yet, but one man says he already has proof that Cain is telling the truth.
The local CBS affiliate reports private investigator TJ Ward and his $15,000 voice analyzing software detect stress levels and other metrics from a person's voice to tell if they are lying or not. Ward used the software to analyze Cain's recent press conference and said it shows he was telling the truth:
During the speech, when Cain denied the claims, the lie detector read "low risk." According to Ward, that means Cain is telling the truth.
During the section of Bialek's news conference where she says, "He suddenly reached over put his hand on my leg under my skirt and reached for my genitals he also grabbed my head brought it towards his crotch."
During the analysis of that section the software said "high risk statement." Ward said that means she is not telling the truth about what happened.
"I don't think she is fabricating her meetings," said Ward. "But, she is fabricating what transpired."
"When he directly talks about the allegations against him there is no high risk," said Ward. "It is low risk, which tells me he is being truthful in his conversations to the public."
You can watch the machine in action below:
Ward told CBS that law enforcement already use software such as this and that it has a 95 percent success rate.
[H/T The Right Scoop]