Investigator gave lie-detector test to player
DENVER -- A former FBI agent resigned from the panel that will investigate the University of Colorado recruiting scandal Tuesday after it was revealed that he once gave a lie-detector test to a university football player tied to the alleged rapes of three women.
Board of Regents Chairman Pete Steinhauer said Kenneth Vardell had quit. Steinhauer said he did not plan to find a replacement to fill the eighth spot on the panel, which will begin work next month.
Vardell did not return a ...
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