If you Google, the words “polygraph operator arrested” you will find related news articles on a man named William McCallister.
He has been arrested for drugging a woman, when he was a Polygraph Examiner.
After being released from prison, he is now back in the Lie Detection business.
He runs and operates www.floridatruthverification.com based out of Lake Wales, Florida, between Tampa and Orlando.
“Beware of Converus Eye Detect partner arrested for drugging a woman.”
Let people, know.
The company, Converus, that is working with him now, should be embarrassed and stop supplying him with their Eye Detect tests, that allow him to prey on the public, in the same way he did when he was a Polygraph Examiner.
They have a convicted felon, William McCallister, selling Eye Detect tests out of his Mercedes Sprinter van, in Florida.
Google “polygraph examiner arrested” for related articles on the man operating floridatruthverification.com.
Converus claims that they are selling Eye Detect licenses to Helga LaPollo, William McCallister’s wife, therefore they are not doing anything wrong.
This couple has been together for over 30 years. They were together when McCallister operated Executive Transportation Inc., where they were in the business of picking up intoxicated tourists from bars in the Orlando Disney area, before he was charged with kidnapping and credit card fraud.
They were together when McCallister was a Polygraph Examiner and was arrested for drugging a woman in his Winter Haven office, doing business as Florida Polygraph Associates Inc.
The picture of Helga LaPollo on the Converus partner website, www.floridatruthverification.com, is more than 20 years old.
He is violating his parole probation, by being active in the Lie Detection business, so he answers the phone “George”.
William McCallister, who has been charged with kidnapping, credit card fraud, and drugging a woman during a lie detector test, now travels the entire state of Florida, selling Converus Eye Detect Detection tests from a silver Mercedes Sprinter Van. He avoids security cameras in parking lots, traditional office buildings, hotel conference rooms, and front desk lobbies, by staying inside the van.