Jailed Liverpool fan Michael Shields has passed a lie detector test taken in prison, according to his legal team.
The 21-year-old is serving a 10-year sentence for the attempted murder of a barman in Bulgaria in 2005...
Forensic psychologist Dr Keith Ashcroft assessed him before he was connected to the polygraph computer.
The chances of anti-social behaviour among boys who are maltreated as they grow up may be determined by their genetic make-up, research suggests.
The killing sprees at Virginia Tech, Columbine in 1999 and other 'one-off' massacres have two inevitable outcomes.
Firstly, unimaginable heartache for the victims' families and secondly, the question - why did it happen?
MANUELA Riedo suffered a horrific death. She fought valiantly last Monday night to ward off the predator who took her life on a lonely shortcut beside the railway track in Galway.
What kind of monster kills like this?
Two leading forensic psychiatrists have this weekend attempted to create a psychological profile of Riedo's murderer for the Sunday Tribune.
New research which suggests a link between genes and anti-social behaviour among abused boys has reopened the classic debate about whether nature or nurture is responsible for crime. A leading forensic psychologist tells BBC News Online the behaviour of sex killers such as Fred West could be explained by the state of the brain.
Scientists say distinct differences in the brain activity of paedophiles have been found using scanning technology.