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Old 07-02-2012, 09:31 PM   #61
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I don't blame anyone who is a person of interest in an investigation for refusing a polygraph. It's the right thing to do. What if you're innocent and you fail it? Your life will become hell all because of pseudoscience
I agree - I would never submit to a polygraph. KNowing me I woiuld get nervous and sweaty and fail the darn thing!! (Assuming I was innocent!!)
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Old 06-02-2013, 09:19 AM   #62
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I think Christie refusing the polygraph test says it all.

Are polygraph test even allowed in court rooms?? I asked because I remember when dad was a State Trooper, he said they were considered a risk in courts because of accuracy...has that changed?? Maybe it's different by state? I would refused one too. First thing they say is relax :O Have you met me? Relax is something I can never ever do lol I would soooo fail one!!
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I'm frustrated that since Huq's arrest, there has been zero news coverage about this. Surely a trial has to be incoming. Or a plea.
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Are polygraph test even allowed in court rooms?? I asked because I remember when dad was a State Trooper, he said they were considered a risk in courts because of accuracy...has that changed?? Maybe it's different by state? I would refused one too. First thing they say is relax :O Have you met me? Relax is something I can never ever do lol I would soooo fail one!!
In almost everything I've read, polygraphs aren't allowed in court but are used as an investigative tool by police, to help determine who might be a suspect or know something about a case.

BUT.... I thought I read that one or two states in the US did allow polygraph results in court in certain circumstances. Does anyone else know the details on this?
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I always felt she knew more than she let on but that's just a theory.
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Old 06-06-2013, 12:42 AM   #66
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I always felt she knew more than she let on but that's just a theory.

I think its obvious what happened. He busted in and killed that guy. And she was scared. She had two options-1 start screaming and freaking out and trying to leave, which most likely would result in her getting killed too. or 2, she could go along with it, help him with the body and the coverup, and thus be spared.

I think she acted according to that moment and her instincts and what would maximize her survival.
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I think its obvious what happened. He busted in and killed that guy. And she was scared. She had two options-1 start screaming and freaking out and trying to leave, which most likely would result in her getting killed too. or 2, she could go along with it, help him with the body and the coverup, and thus be spared.

I think she acted according to that moment and her instincts and what would maximize her survival.
I think so too. And I agree in full on your earlier post, re: the straight forward nature of this case.

There have been some interesting attitudes expressed in this thread. The notion that Christie is responsible in some way for Todd's death is flat-out wrong. Sorry. Regardless of the decisions she made in her personal life, she did not force Mahfuz Huq into Todd's cabin that night. Huq was and is a big boy. He was and is fully capable making choices not contingent on moves in Christie's love life. Christie isn't culpable because she broke up with Kelly--Mahfuz Huq is the only one who decided he had the right to end another human being's life, and THAT, and that alone, is why Todd Kelly isn't alive today.
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I think that IF Christie did anything wrong, she did it out of outright fear and 'self defense' I think that if she did anything wrong she feared for her life. Only she and Huq know what was said (if she was there) Perhaps he threatened her or her family. There's also a small chance that she actually blocked out what happened.
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I think so too. And I agree in full on your earlier post, re: the straight forward nature of this case.

There have been some interesting attitudes expressed in this thread. The notion that Christie is responsible in some way for Todd's death is flat-out wrong. Sorry. Regardless of the decisions she made in her personal life, she did not force Mahfuz Huq into Todd's cabin that night. Huq was and is a big boy. He was and is fully capable making choices not contingent on moves in Christie's love life. Christie isn't culpable because she broke up with Kelly--Mahfuz Huq is the only one who decided he had the right to end another human being's life, and THAT, and that alone, is why Todd Kelly isn't alive today.
I absolutely agree. I've never understood the hate for Christie Mutzfeld and claims that she was at fault. I 100% concur that Huq alone is responsible for the murder. He was a grown man at the time, old enough to make his own decisions, and the fault is all his own.
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Are polygraph test even allowed in court rooms??
No. Polygraphs are not scientifically reliable.

The most useful aspect of the polygraph, IMO, is that people THINK they have merit - so the willingness to take one, by an unsophisticated person, at least, can be useful data.
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I absolutely agree. I've never understood the hate for Christie Mutzfeld and claims that she was at fault. I 100% concur that Huq alone is responsible for the murder. He was a grown man at the time, old enough to make his own decisions, and the fault is all his own.
She might be at fault in a "but... for..." manner, but based on the facts as presented, she has no absolutely no criminal liability.

Of course, the case against Huq is circumstantial at best, based on what is known, which might account for some of the delay processing his extradition from Bangladesh.
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Mahfuz Huq was arraigned Thursday after spending 2.5 years in custody in India before he was extradited. This link shows his mugshot then and now.

http://www.indianasnewscenter.com/ne...217656161.html

This link shows reaction from the prosecutor and defense attorneys after the arraignment hearing
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Old 07-30-2014, 08:27 AM   #73
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According to the Unsolved Mysteries wiki page:

Mahfuz Huq, aka Asif Haq was sentenced to 40 years, the maximum under his plea agreement, in the Indiana state prison system on March 14, 2014. He pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter after more than three years in jail in both India and Indiana.
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A more thorough story.

No mention of Christi's role. I must say, reading this thread was educational. I don't know why it's a big deal that a woman her age juggled two lovers. "Promiscuous" or not (and would you call a man "promiscuous"?), that's college life, even if the young woman's living at home.
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The fact that Mahfuz Huq killed Todd and then IMMEDIATELY fled to Bangladesh says a lot. If he did it so that he could be with Christie, then why did he leave immediately after the murder? I think he was so pissed that Christie was still seeing and sleeping with Todd, that he wanted him dead no matter what.

With that being said, I agree with Todd's father when he says that Christie likely was present during the murder. She probably didn't help him carry out the killing as they were likely surprised when he broke it and attacked Todd, but I do think she helped him clean up the scene.
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