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Topic - Robert Baer
CNN analyst Robert Baer said CIA operatives are normally subjected to internal agency questioning and lie detector tests once every few years, "never more than that," The Daily Mail said.
"If somebody is being polygraphed every month, or every two months, it's called an issue polygraph, and that means that the polygraph division suspects something, or they're looking for something, or they're on a fishing expedition," Mr. Baer said, in the report. "But it's absolutely not routine at all to be polygraphed monthly, or bimonthly."