Email from my Dad to MSP that I was copied on this morning:
When I called Sgt. Gray in late 2006 he informed me that the task force and its FIRST hard lead. Someone (Lamborgine) had flunked a lie detector test. The same rule apparently does not apply to Busch and Gunnels.Busch is released on January 28, 1977 because he passed a lie detector test administered by an inexperienced MSP polygraphist. When the MSP has this polygraph reviewed by 3 experience polygraphists we are advised that all 3 concluded he did not pass. The first test results were published in the Detroit News and the Daily Tribune. My family has been denied access to these later readings. Last year Pat Coffey advised me that one of the three polygraphists was in the zero to minus 6 range and was inconclusive. Coffey was also told that the other two concluded the proper reading was well below minus 6. The MSP talks to the media and Coffey but not to the victims.Chris and I met with Gunnels in October. He acknowledged taking 2 polygraph tests. The MSP reports state that the first test was inconclusive because Gunnels took evasive action. The results of the second test are redacted in the MSP reports.On November 20, 2012 the OCP responded to my third FOIA request regarding the Gunnels investigation. The OCP repose contains the following information:“POLYGRAPH QUESTIONS RESULTSOther than the control questions, Gunnels was asked three specific questions regarding the Child Killing investigation. Due to his DNA hair being discovered on Kristine Michelich he was asked the following:1. Did you participate in any way in the killing of Kristine Michelich?2. Do you know for sure . who killed Kristine Michelich?3. Did you have any physical contact with Kristine Michelich?”
Both of the MSP polygraphists present concluded Gunnels “COMPLETELY” failed all aspects of the examination.Why and by whom was Gunnels removed as a suspect at the February 26, 2010 meeting?