Polygraph (lie-detector) Test
Mr Coyle states that he had nothing to do with instigating a false allegation of harassment against me.
Although I never stated that he had (click here for full details), I decided to give Mr Coyle the opportunity to clear the matter up once and for all. I offered Mr Coyle the opportunity to take part in a polygraph test (commonly known as a lie detector test). I stated that we could also use the opportunity to clear up several other matters at the same time. I would then publish the results on my website.
This would have been an excellent opportunity for Mr Coyle to clear up the matter of his involvement in the false and malicious allegation of harassment made against me to the police by his clients.
Sadly, Mr Coyle has not taken up my offer. I’m sure there is a very good reason why Mr Coyle does not want to take the lie-detector test and I am therefore still prepared to publish his reasons for not wishing to participate. This is an open offer.
I also told Mr Coyle that in addition to the lie-detector test (or alternatively) I was prepared to publish a letter from his clients in which they could confirm that despite receiving advice on harassment from Mr Coyle (@ £300 per hour), they were not acting under that advice when they made those false allegations to the police (which happened to be on the same day they had a meeting with Mr Coyle).