Durham Eye Detect test proves drug addiction
A Durham eye detect test proves drug addiction when our client Harry suspects his brother James guilty of taking cocaine. Here is Harry’s story and how Eye Detect Test UK got him the truth and help he needed to support his brother.
Harry recalls that things started to change with his brother when James went to Durham university. He said his brother was extremely clever and talented in maths and therefore had decided to study pure maths at Durham. He intended to convert to a masters in forensic accountancy, and was excited to be going to university and leaving home.
A few months after James started university, he was back home visiting for the Christmas holidays. Harry says how his brother seemed less sociable, he didn’t want to see much of his friends from home and he didn’t spend anytime with the family. When Harry did see his brother he was acting irrationally, or became aggressive quite quickly. Harry also noticed how James seemed to look skinnier, and fatigued. Concerned his brother was working too hard at university, he decided to surprise him a month later with a spontaneous weekend visit to him at his university campus.
When Harry turned up to James’ halls of residence, he was met by a very tired and grouchy James. He didn’t want Harry to come into his bedroom at first, but Harry insisted, saying he had travelled over 3 hours to visit him. However, when James went for a shower, Harry soon discovered why he didn’t want him in his room. He found a small empty bag on his bedside table, that looked like it had contained drugs.
Time for a lie detector test
When James came back into the room, Harry showed him the bag and confronted him. James said it was simply his friends who had shoved it in his pocket when they left a nightclub last night. Not convinced James was telling the truth, Harry searched the internet for advice on how to deal with drug addicts and getting them to admit they had a problem. He came across the Eye Detect Test UK website and decided to book a combined eye detect test with polygraph. The results were 97- 99 % accurate and would mean that James would have to confess to having an addiction if he failed the lie detector tests.
The boys turned up to our Darlington office just two days later, and James took his lie detector test. The results showed James had been lying, and he told Harry he had been taking cocaine. He confessed that university had been stressful and very intense work wise. One night his friend offered him some cocaine to relax him, and he has been taking it on and off ever since. James said he wasn’t addicted but Harry insisted they went to a local support group and got James the help he needed to become clean from taking drugs. The boys thanked Eye Detect Test UK for their help and Harry told us that James is now clean from cocaine and enjoying his university studies.
If you suspect someone you know has developed an unhealthy addiction then book a lie detector test with us today online. You can also call our free helpline on 0800 368 8279 for advice and booking information.