Fourth-generation Methodist minister Douglas Gene Williams was excited about sharing the word of God with a new audience starting Friday. They’ll probably be more interested in his other gospel — beating so-called “lie detectors” or polygraphs. They’re certainly be captive. Doug is serving a two-year sentence after federal agents entrapped him in Operation Lie Busters, a seven-figure sting targeting polygraph opponents. His case raises troubling questions about politicized prosecution, free speech, and national security.
[Read more from the latest in my surveillance essay series at Rebel News.]