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CRIME-JONBENET/
RTX2QWZU 
October 29, 2016 
Patsy Ramsey and her husband, John Ramsey (R), produce a picture of Jon-Benet Ramsey during a press conference... 
Atlanta, UNITED STATES 
File photo of Patsy Ramsey and her husband, John Ramsey producing a picture of Jon-Benet Ramsey during... 
Patsy Ramsey and her husband, John Ramsey (R), produce a picture of Jon-Benet Ramsey during a press conference in Atlanta where they released the results of an independent lie detector test, May 24, 2000. REUTERS/Stringer 
ASIA-AVIATION
RTXZ6S0 
May 01, 2013 
Passengers rest on the floor of an airport terminal at Ninoy Aquino International airport in Paranaque,... 
Manila, Philippines 
Passengers rest on the floor of an airport terminal at Ninoy Aquino International airport in Paranaque... 
Passengers rest on the floor of an airport terminal at Ninoy Aquino International airport in Paranaque, metro Manila April 27, 2013. As the middle class grows in Southeast Asia, plane travel increases, with low-cost carriers such as Indonesia's privately owned Lion Air and Malaysia's AirAsia Bhd winning 52 percent of the region's market share. That is almost double the level of five years ago. But behind the facades of the new terminal buildings is a chronic shortage of weather detectors, runways, air traffic control staff and pilots to cope with the burgeoning demand for flying in a region home to 600 million people. Picture taken April 27, 2013. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS) 
SURINAME/
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November 22, 2010 
A metal detector and other equipment used by wildcat miners lie next to the bodies of seven miners who... 
MONEY HILL, Suriname 
A metal detector and other equipment used by wildcat miners lie next to the bodies of seven miners who... 
A metal detector and other equipment used by wildcat miners lie next to the bodies of seven miners who died when the 20-meter-high dirt wall of a gold mine collapsed, at Money Hill in Marowijne district November 21, 2010. The open pit gold mine where the accident occurred on Saturday afternoon is part of the Surgold concession, a joint venture between multinationals Alcoa and Newmont, some 150 km (93 miles) southeast from capital Paramaribo. REUTERS/Ranu Abhelakh (SURINAME - Tags: DISASTER) 
IRAQ
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July 02, 2006 
Coffins of bombing victims lie on the ground before they are scanned with metal detectors at the entrance... 
Kerbala, Iraq 
Coffins of bombing victims lie on the ground at the entrance of the Imam Abbas shrine during a funeral... 
Coffins of bombing victims lie on the ground before they are scanned with metal detectors at the entrance of the Imam Abbas shrine during a funeral in Kerbala, 110 km (70 miles) south of Baghdad, July 2, 2006. The victims were among those killed during Saturday's attack in a market in Sadr city which killed at least 62 people and wounded114 others, in the bloodiest attack in Iraq for three months, police and Interior Ministry sources said. REUTERS/Mushtaq Muhammed (IRAQ) 
COLOMBIA SECURITY
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April 20, 2006 
Director of the Security Departament of Colombia Andres Penate answers a question during a Reuters interview... 
Bogota, Colombia 
Director of Security Departament of Colombia Penate talks during Reuters interview in Bogota 
Director of the Security Departament of Colombia Andres Penate answers a question during a Reuters interview in Bogota April 19, 2006. Penate knew he had to act fast to combat corruption at Colombia's scandal-ridden state security agency and he started by setting the example of taking a lie detector test. Picture taken April 19, 2006. REUTERS/Kena Betancur 
MIDEAST
RTXO3BJ 
December 29, 2005 
- PHOTO TAKEN 17NOV05 - The GK-1 lie detector, a prototype of which is in use at a Russian airport, in... 
Tel Aviv, Israel 
- PHOTO TAKEN 17NOV05 - The GK-1 lie detector, a prototype of which is in use at a Russian airport, ..... 
- PHOTO TAKEN 17NOV05 - The GK-1 lie detector, a prototype of which is in use at a Russian airport, in this handout picture released November 17, 2005 by Nemesysco. A new walk-through airport lie detector made in Israel may prove to be the toughest challenge yet for potential hijackers or drugs smugglers. Picture taken November 17, 2005.
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MIDEAST
RTXO3BI 
December 29, 2005 
- PHOTO TAKEN 17NOV05 - A woman undergoes testing by the GK-1 lie detector, a prototype of which is in... 
Tel Aviv, Israel 
- PHOTO TAKEN 17NOV05 - A woman undergoes testing by the GK-1 lie detector, a prototype of which is ..... 
- PHOTO TAKEN 17NOV05 - A woman undergoes testing by the GK-1 lie detector, a prototype of which is in use at a Russian airport, in this handout picture released November 17, 2005 by Nemesysco. A new walk-through airport lie detector made in Israel may prove to be the toughest challenge yet for potential hijackers or drugs smugglers. Picture taken November 17, 2005.
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Security Lie Detector
RTR1BO88 
November 17, 2005 
The GK-1 lie detector, a prototype of which is in use at a Russian airport, in this handout picture released... 
Tel Aviv 
To match feature Security Lie Detector 
The GK-1 lie detector, a prototype of which is in use at a Russian airport, in this handout picture released November 17, 2005 by Nemesysco. A new walk-through airport lie detector made in Israel may prove to be the toughest challenge yet for potential hijackers or drugs smugglers. Picture taken November 17, 2005. To match feature Security Lie Detector REUTERS/Handout 
Security Lie Detector
RTR1BO85 
November 17, 2005 
A woman undergoes testing by the GK-1 lie detector, a prototype of which is in use at a Russian airport,... 
Tel Aviv 
To match feature Security Lie Detector 
A woman undergoes testing by the GK-1 lie detector, a prototype of which is in use at a Russian airport, in this handout picture released November 17, 2005 by Nemesysco. A new walk-through airport lie detector made in Israel may prove to be the toughest challenge yet for potential hijackers or drugs smugglers. Picture taken November 17, 2005. To match feature Security Lie Detector REUTERS/Handout 
BLAIR
RTXMMZ8 
May 28, 2004 
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair (R) arrives with Greater Manchester Police Chief Constable Mike Todd... 
Manchester, UK 
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair (R) arrives with Greater Manchester Police Chief Constable Mike ..... 
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair (R) arrives with Greater Manchester Police Chief Constable Mike Todd (L) at the Whitefield police station in Manchester, northern England, May 28, 2004. [Britain may use satellite tracking and lie detector tests to monitor criminals after release from prison, Home Secretary David Blunkett said on Friday.] 
CRIME BLUNKETT
RTRSE10 
May 28, 2004 
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair (R) arrives with Greater Manchester Police Chief Constable Mike Todd... 
Manchester, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
BRITAIN'S PRIME MINISTER BLAIR ARRIVES AT WHITEFIELD POLICE STATION IN MANCHESTER. 
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair (R) arrives with Greater Manchester Police Chief Constable Mike Todd (L) at the Whitefield police station in Manchester, northern England, May 28, 2004. Britain may use satellite tracking and lie detector tests to monitor criminals after release from prison, Home Secretary David Blunkett said on Friday. REUTERS/Simon Bellis ASA/JV 
CRIME BLUNKETT
RTRKJBK 
May 28, 2004 
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair gets out of a van owned by Greater Manchester Police during a visit... 
Manchester, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
BRITAIN'S PRIME MINISTER BLAIR VISITS WHITEFIELD POLICE STATION IN MANCHESTER. 
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair gets out of a van owned by Greater Manchester Police during a visit to the Whitefield police station in Manchester, northern England, May 28, 2004. Britain may use satellite tracking and lie detector tests to monitor criminals after release from prison, Home Secretary David Blunkett said on Friday. REUTERS/Simon Bellis ASA/AA 
CRIME BLUNKETT
RTRKJ93 
May 28, 2004 
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair (R) is given a tour of a new video van by police constable Andy Ferguson... 
Manchester, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
BRITAIN'S PRIME MINISTER BLAIR VISITS WHITEFIELD POLICE STATION IN MANCHESTER. 
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair (R) is given a tour of a new video van by police constable Andy Ferguson (L) at the Whitefield police station in Manchester, northern England, May 28, 2004. Britain may use satellite tracking and lie detector tests to monitor criminals after release from prison, Home Secretary David Blunkett said on Friday. REUTERS/Simon Bellis ASA/JV 
CRIME BLUNKETT
RTRKJ8Q 
May 28, 2004 
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair arrives at the Whitefield police station in Manchester, northern... 
Manchester, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
BRITAIN'S PRIME MINISTER BLAIR ARRIVES AT WHITEFIELD POLICE STATION IN MANCHESTER. 
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair arrives at the Whitefield police station in Manchester, northern England, May 28, 2004. Britain may use satellite tracking and lie detector tests to monitor criminals after release from prison, Home Secretary David Blunkett said on Friday. REUTERS/Simon Bellis ASA/JV 
MEXICO DRUGS
RTRHIBZ 
April 14, 2004 
TWO MEXICAN DETECTIVES SUSPENDED ARE INVESTIGATED IN THE STATE ATTORNEY GENERAL OFFICE HEADQUARTERS IN... 
Morelos, Mexico 
TWO MEXICAN DETECTIVES SUSPENDED ARE INVESTIGATED IN THE STATE ATTORNEY GENERAL OFFICE HEADQUARTERS ...... 
TWO MEXICAN DETECTIVES SUSPENDED ARE INVESTIGATED IN THE STATE ATTORNEY GENERAL OFFICE HEADQUARTERS IN MORELOS. Two Mexican detectives (far left and center left), suspended from their posts pending a corruption probe, are investigated at the state attorney general's office headquarters in Morelos, Mexico, April 14, 2004. Morelos Gov. Sergio Estrada suspended the entire 500-member detective squad on Monday as part of a major overhaul of the force after two senior officers were jailed for protecting powerful drug traffickers. The detectives had their weapons taken away and will be subjected to lie detector, drug, alcohol and psychological tests. PHOTO TAKEN APRIL 14 REUTERS/Henry Romero 
MEXICO DRUGS
RTRHIBS 
April 14, 2004 
A Mexican state detective walks past a window where a poster hangs saying "No more bribery" at the state... 
Morelos, Mexico 
A MEXICAN STATE DETECTIVES WALKS PAST A WINDOW AT THE STATE ATTORNEY GENERAL HEADQUARTERS IN MORELOS.... 
A Mexican state detective walks past a window where a poster hangs saying "No more bribery" at the state attorney general's headquarters in Morelos, Mexico, April 14, 2004. Morelos Governor Sergio Estrada suspended the entire 500-member state detective squad on Monday as part of a major overhaul of the force after two senior officer were jailed for protecting powerful drug traffickers. The detectives under investigation had their weapons taken away and will be subjected to lie detector, drug, alcohol and psychological tests. PHOTO TAKEN APRIL 14 REUTERS/Henry Romero HR/GAC 
FBI MUELLER
RTRL88L 
July 30, 2001 
F.B.I. Director nominee Robert Mueller laughs as Sen. Orrin Hatch of
the Senate Judiciary Committee... 
Washington, United States of America 
FBI DIRECTOR NOMINEE MUELLER TESTIFIES BEFORE SENATE JUDICIARY
COMMITTEE. 
F.B.I. Director nominee Robert Mueller laughs as Sen. Orrin Hatch of
the Senate Judiciary Committee asks him how he performed on his lie
detector test during a confirmation hearing July 30, 2001. During his
testimony, Mueller promised that if confirmed by the Senate as the new
director of the FBI his No. 1 priority would be to "restore the
public's confidence in the top U.S. crime fighting agency.

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LEVY
RTXKMYP 
July 13, 2001 
- UNDATED FILE PHOTO - The Washington Metropolitan Police Department released four different composite... 
Washington, USA 
- UNDATED FILE PHOTO - The Washington Metropolitan Police Department released four different composi..... 
- UNDATED FILE PHOTO - The Washington Metropolitan Police Department released four different composite photographs of missing intern Chandra Levy July 13, 2001, "exploring the possibility" that Levy may have changed her appearance since she was first reported missing in May, 2001. In a related development, Rep. Gary Condit, the congressman questioned in the disappearance of Levy, has taken a privately administered lie-detector test and offered a DNA sample to investigators, his lawyer said on Friday. Levy is shown in an undated file photo at right. 
LIFE INTERN
RTR15NOH 
July 13, 2001 
Abbe Lowell, attorney for Rep. Gary Condit (D-CA), speaks during a
press conference at the Madison Hotel... 
Washington, United States Minor Outlying Islands 
CONDIT LAWYERABBE LOWELL SPEAKS AT PRESS CONFERENCE. 
Abbe Lowell, attorney for Rep. Gary Condit (D-CA), speaks during a
press conference at the Madison Hotel in Washington July 13, 2001.
Lowell said that Condit, questioned in the disappearance of Chandra
Levy, has taken a lie-detector test and offered a DNA sample to
investigators.

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LIFE INTERN
RTRKPUT 
July 13, 2001 
Abbe Lowell, attorney for Rep. Gary Condit (D-CA), speaks during a
press conference at the Madison Hotel... 
Washington, United States Minor Outlying Islands 
CONDIT LAWYER ABBE LOWELL SPEAKS AT PRESS CONFERENCE. 
Abbe Lowell, attorney for Rep. Gary Condit (D-CA), speaks during a
press conference at the Madison Hotel in Washington July 13, 2001.
Lowell said that Condit, questioned in the disappearance of Chandra
Levy, has taken a lie-detector test and offered a DNA sample to
investigators.

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LIFE INTERN
RTRKL98 
July 10, 2001 
One of many TV cameras keeps a close watch on Congressman Gary
Condit's(D-CA) apartment in the Adams... 
Washington, USA 
ONE OF MANY TV CAMERAS KEEPS AN CLOSE WATCH ON CONDIT APARTMENT. 
One of many TV cameras keeps a close watch on Congressman Gary
Condit's(D-CA) apartment in the Adams Morgan neighborhood of
Washington, July 10, 2001. Police plan to search Rep. Gary Condit's
apartment, give him a lie-detector test and get samples of his DNA for
clues to the disappearance of Washington intern Chandra Levy, the
police chief said on Tuesday.

ST/JP 
VIETNAM USA MENACE
RTRAKQW 
November 10, 2000 
A Vietnamese de-miner with Britain's Mines Advisory Group uses a detector during clearing work at a former... 
Quang Tri, Viet Nam - Socialist Republic of 
PICTURE TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE STORY VIETNAM-USA-MENACE, SHOWING A VIETNAMESE. 
A Vietnamese de-miner with Britain's Mines Advisory Group uses a detector during clearing work at a former U.S. artillery base in Vietnam's central province of Quang Tri. Millions of mines and other ordnance lie buried in Vietnam 25 years after the Vietnam War ended, much of it a legacy of U.S. involvement. U.S. assistance to reduce the menace has so far been modest.

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SOUTH KOREA
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November 02, 2000 
A South Korean employee displays a newly-developed lie detector, called "Handy Truster," with a 82 percent... 
Seoul, South Korea 
A South Korean employee displays a newly-developed lie detector, called "Handy Truster," with a 82 p..... 
A South Korean employee displays a newly-developed lie detector, called "Handy Truster," with a 82 percent reliability in Seoul November 2, 2000. The new device, developed by Korean venture company 911 Computer Co, will be marketed from next week. 
KOREA
RTRAD4U 
November 02, 2000 
A South Korean employee displays a newly-developed lie detector, called "Handy Truster," with a 82 percent... 
Seoul, Korea - Republic of 
SOUTH KOREAN EMPLOYEE SHOWS A HANDY TRUSTER IN SEOUL. 
A South Korean employee displays a newly-developed lie detector, called "Handy Truster," with a 82 percent reliability in Seoul November 2, 2000. The new device, developed by Korean venture company 911 Computer Co, will be marketed for 55,000 won (about US$50) from next week.

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KOREA
RTRA9II 
November 02, 2000 
A South Korean employee displays a newly-developed lie detector, called "Handy Truster," with a 82 percent... 
Seoul, Korea - Republic of 
SOUTH KOREAN EMPLOYEE SHOWS A HANDY TRUSTER IN SEOUL. 
A South Korean employee displays a newly-developed lie detector, called "Handy Truster," with a 82 percent reliability in Seoul November 2, 2000. The new device, developed by Korean venture company 911 Computer Co, will be marketed from next week.

KMH/HL 
CRIME RAMSEY
RTR4MRG 
May 24, 2000 
Patsy Ramsey answers a reporters question as her husband John Ramsey (R) listens during a press conference... 
Atlanta, USA 
PATSY RAMSEY ANSWERES QUESTIONS WITH JOHN RAMSEY. 
Patsy Ramsey answers a reporters question as her husband John Ramsey (R) listens during a press conference in Atlanta where they released the results of the independent lie detector test on May 24. The Ramsey's appeared with their attorneys and the officials who administered the test stating that they had no knowledge of who killed their daughter Jon-Benet Ramsey in Boulder,Colorado.

TLC/TB 
CRIME RAMSEY
RTR4MQF 
May 24, 2000 
Patsy Ramsey describes taking the lie detector test about the murder of their daughter, Jon-Benet, as... 
Atlanta, USA 
PATSY RAMSEY DESCRIBES TAKING LIE DETECTOR TEST WITH HER HUSBAND. 
Patsy Ramsey describes taking the lie detector test about the murder of their daughter, Jon-Benet, as her husband John Ramsey (R) listens during a press conference in Atlanta, May 25. They appeared with their attorneys and the officials who administered the test stating that they had no knowledge of who killed their daughter in Boulder,Colorado.

TLC/LSD 
CRIME RAMSEY
RTR4MOH 
May 24, 2000 
Patsy Ramsey and her husband John Ramsey (R) listen during a press conference in Atlanta where they released... 
Atlanta, USA 
PATSY RAMSEY AND JOHN RAMSEY AT PRESS CONFERENCE. 
Patsy Ramsey and her husband John Ramsey (R) listen during a press conference in Atlanta where they released the results of an independent lie detector test on May 24. The Ramsey's appeared with their attorneys and the officials who administered the test stating that they had no knowledge of who killed their daughter Jon-Benet Ramsey in Boulder,Colorado.

TLC/TB 
CRIME RAMSEY
RTR4MN7 
May 24, 2000 
Patsy Ramsey and her husband, John Ramsey (R), produce a picture of Jon-Benet Ramsey during a press conference... 
Atlanta, USA 
PATSY AND JOHN RAMSEY HOLD PICTURE OF DAUGHTER JON BENET DURING PRESS CONFERENCE. 
Patsy Ramsey and her husband, John Ramsey (R), produce a picture of Jon-Benet Ramsey during a press conference in Atlanta where they released the results of an independant lie detector test, May 24. The Ramsey's appeared with their attorneys and the officials who administered the test who stated that the parents had no knowledge of who killed their daughter in Boulder,Colorado.

TLC/LSD 
CRIME RAMSEY
RTR4MMZ 
May 24, 2000 
Patsy Ramsey looks at her husband John Ramsey (R) as they listen during a press conference in Atlanta... 
Atlanta, USA 
PATSY RAMSEY LOOKS AT JOHN RAMSEY AT PRESS CONFERENCE. 
Patsy Ramsey looks at her husband John Ramsey (R) as they listen during a press conference in Atlanta where they released the results of an independent lie detector test on May 24. The Ramsey's appeared with their attorneys and the officials who administered the test stating that they had no knowledge of who killed their daughter Jon-Benet Ramsey in Boulder, Colorado.

TLC/RCS 
CRIME RAMSEY
RTR4MMH 
May 24, 2000 
Patsy Ramsey looks down as her husband John Ramsey (R) produces a picture of Jon-Benet Ramsey during... 
Atlanta, USA 
PATSY AND JOHN RAMSEY HOLD PICTURE OF JONBENET. 
Patsy Ramsey looks down as her husband John Ramsey (R) produces a picture of Jon-Benet Ramsey during a press conference in Atlanta where they released the results of an independant lie detector test on May 24. The Ramsey's appeared with their attorneys and the officials who administered the test stating that they had no knowledge of who killed their daughter Jon-Benet Ramsey in Boulder,Colorado.

TLC/RCS 
GERMANY
RTXHSJB 
December 17, 1998 
- FILE PHOTO 30SEP98 - Professor Udo Undeutsch (R) tests a polygraph, the scientific name for a lie detector... 
Cologne, Germany 
- FILE PHOTO 30SEP98 - Professor Udo Undeutsch (R) tests a polygraph, the scientific name for a lie ..... 
- FILE PHOTO 30SEP98 - Professor Udo Undeutsch (R) tests a polygraph, the scientific name for a lie detector at Cologne university, 30 September 1998. Germany's Federal Court of Justice will announce its decision today whether the use of lie detectors will be permitted in criminal trials in Germany. 
GERMANY
RTXHSIX 
December 17, 1998 
- FILE PHOTO 30SEP98 - Professor Udo Undeutsch (R) tests a polygraph, the scientific name for a lie detector... 
Cologne, Germany 
- FILE PHOTO 30SEP98 - Professor Udo Undeutsch (R) tests a polygraph, the scientific name for a lie ..... 
- FILE PHOTO 30SEP98 - Professor Udo Undeutsch (R) tests a polygraph, the scientific name for a lie detector on a volunteer at Cologne university, 30 September 1998. Germany's Federal Court of Justice will announce its decision today whether the use of lie detectors will be permitted in criminal trials in Germany. 
GERMANY
RTRKFUE 
December 17, 1998 
FILE PHOTO 30SEP98 - Professor Udo Undeutsch (R) tests a polygraph, the scientific name for a lie detector... 
Cologne, Germany 
PROFESSOR UNDEUTSCH USES A POLYGRAPH IN COLOGNE. 
FILE PHOTO 30SEP98 - Professor Udo Undeutsch (R) tests a polygraph, the scientific name for a lie detector at Cologne university, 30 September 1998. Germany's Federal Court of Justice will announce its decision today whether the use of lie detectors will be permitted in criminal trials in Germany.

AKW 
GERMANY
RTRKFTV 
December 17, 1998 
FILE PHOTO 30SEP98 - Professor Udo Undeutsch (R) tests a polygraph, the scientific name for a lie detector... 
Cologne, Germany 
PROFESSOR UNDEUTSCH USES A POLYGRAPH IN COLOGNE. 
FILE PHOTO 30SEP98 - Professor Udo Undeutsch (R) tests a polygraph, the scientific name for a lie detector on a volunteer at Cologne university, 30 September 1998. Germany's Federal Court of Justice will announce its decision today whether the use of lie detectors will be permitted in criminal trials in Germany.

AKW 
JAPAN
RTXI0H4 
September 24, 1998 
Japanese college student Eri Iizuka (R) checks her excitement on a "Doki-doki checker" as boyfriend Tsugutoshi... 
Japanese college student Eri Iizuka (R) checks her excitement on a "Doki-doki checker" as boyfriend ..... 
Japanese college student Eri Iizuka (R) checks her excitement on a "Doki-doki checker" as boyfriend Tsugutoshi Akano smiles in Tokyo September 24. By touching sensors on the angel's wings and answering questions as with a lie detector, the angel's heart flashes red and emits "heartbeat-like" sounds to show players' nervousness. The toy is on sale for 1,480 yen (about $11). 
RTRHL9N 
September 24, 1998 
Japanese college student Eri Iizuka (R) checks her excitement on a "Doki-doki checker" as boyfriend Tsugutoshi... 
Japan 
JAPANESE STUDENT CHECKS HER EXCITEMENT WITH ANGEL TOY IN TOKYO. 
Japanese college student Eri Iizuka (R) checks her excitement on a "Doki-doki checker" as boyfriend Tsugutoshi Akano smiles in Tokyo September 24. By touching sensors on the angel's wings and answering questions as with a lie detector, the angel's heart flashes red and emits "heartbeat-like" sounds to show players' nervousness. The toy is on sale for 1,480 yen (about $11).

ES/TAN/JDP 
INTERNET MILLIONARE
RTXI8AE 
June 19, 1998 
Alvin Steffey, an aspiring model and actor, speaks at a news conference responding to questions of his... 
Hollywood, UNITED STATES 
Alvin Steffey, an aspiring model and actor, speaks at a news conference responding to questions of h..... 
Alvin Steffey, an aspiring model and actor, speaks at a news conference responding to questions of his inheritance of a $1 million insurance policy from Dr. Stephen Gross of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Steffey met Gross via the internet four months ago through Steffey's web site. Gross was found slain June 10, 1998, in Lower Marion, Pennsylvania. Steffey has since taken a lie detector test and was subsequently declared a non-suspect by a law enforcenment source. 
INTERNET MILLIONARE
RTREZXG 
June 10, 1998 
Alvin Steffey, an aspiring model and actor, speaks at a press conference, in Hollywood, California, June... 
Hollywood 
ALVIN STEFFEY SPEAKS AT PRESS CONFERENCE REGARDING INTERNET INHERITANCE. 
Alvin Steffey, an aspiring model and actor, speaks at a press conference, in Hollywood, California, June 19 responding to questions of his inheritance of a $1 million insurance policy from Dr. Stephen Gross of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Steffey met Gross via the internet four months ago through Steffey's web site. Gross was found slain June 10, 1998, in Lower Marion, Pennsylvania. Steffey has since taken a lie detector test and was subsequently declared a non-suspect by a law enforcenment source.

SWG 
INTERNET MILLIONARE
RTREZX9 
June 10, 1998 
Alvin Steffey, an aspiring model and actor, speaks at a news conference responding to questions of his... 
Hollywood 
ALVIN STEFFEY SPEAKS TO NEWS MEDIA REGARDING INTERNET INHERITANCE. 
Alvin Steffey, an aspiring model and actor, speaks at a news conference responding to questions of his inheritance of a $1 million insurance policy from Dr. Stephen Gross of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Steffey met Gross via the internet four months ago through Steffey's web site. Gross was found slain June 10, 1998, in Lower Marion, Pennsylvania. Steffey has since taken a lie detector test and was subsequently declared a non-suspect by a law enforcenment source.

SWG/ELD/ME 
NEWS PEOPLE SIMPSON
RTR53M3 
May 15, 1997 
FILE PHOTO 15MAY97 - O.J. Simpson will take a lie-detector test about his ex-wife's murder, provided... 
Washington, USA 
FILE PHOTO OF OJ SIMPSON. 
FILE PHOTO 15MAY97 - O.J. Simpson will take a lie-detector test about his ex-wife's murder, provided anyone is willing to put up $3 million as "reward money" to flush out the real killer, Simpson attorney F. Lee Bailey said late June 7. O.J. Simpson is shown arriving in this May 15, 1997 file photo at a court hearing in Santa Monica, California.

JP/SV 
CRIME RAMSEY
RTR3K8G 
December 26, 1996 
John and Patsy Ramsey appear on CNN's Burden of Proof in Washington, April 28. Negotiations to have the... 
Washington, USA 
JOHN AND PATSY RAMSEY APPEAR ON BURDEN OF PROOF. 
John and Patsy Ramsey appear on CNN's Burden of Proof in Washington, April 28. Negotiations to have the parents of the slain six-year-old beauty queen undergo a lie detector test broke down Tuesday. The Ramsey's are currently under suspicion for the December 26, 1996, murder of their daughter, JonBenet.

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