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Anand Jon's lie detector test indicates his innocence

By Hari Krishnan
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Los Angeles, Dec 14 (ANI): A polygraph examination conducted on Indian-born fashion designer Anand Jon indicates that he is innocent.

The documents provided by the polygrapher, JoMac and Associates, show that the questions asked were regarding the most serious charge of rape.

And the documents also show scientifically that Jon is telling the truth that he did not rape that woman.

Jon's answers are not consistent to what complaining witness Jessie Bloor said under oath.

Now, through a spokesperson, Jon is challenging Jessie B to take the same test: "All she has to do is show up."

Directly taken from court transcripts and from the prosecutions expert witnesses, there was only one medical kit conducted during this whole case. That medical kit was negative for any signs of trauma.

And on Nov 7th, the prosecutor stated in open court that there was "no violence, no injuries and no weapons used."

"The results of the rape kit were negative, there are no assault findings, no trauma, no injuries and simply based on her words I was charged and convicted for something that I did not do. I now invite and challenge Jessie B to repeat her words while she was under oath with a lie detector test as I did. She won't dare to," LA Weekly quoted Jon's spokesperson, as stating on supportanandjon.org.

"Only she, myself and God know what really happened and it's time to put to test the rumours and put to rest the lies. It's time for me to go home by ending this circus once and for all. I don't know how people like these go to sleep at night but I just want to beat this and go home and not dwell on the negative and become bitter and vindictive - that's the real challenge," the spokesperson added. (ANI)

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