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Law & Order: A Law Enforcement Perspective
By Heather Gray
"Human beings normally want to tell the truth all of the time; this is why polygraph (lie detector) tests can often be a valuable investigative tool.  Most people find that keeping secrets is an incredible burden.  Further, human beings all yearn to be validated."


 

For next issue, respond in any way you like to these questions:
How, if at all, should Law & Order deal with the events of September 11? Was it fair that The West Wing was permitted to deal with the subject, and not L&O? 
Due date is the same as for the fiction challenge:
November 10, 2001
and can be no longer than 5,000 words (same as fiction). 
Write us if you have questions!

 

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