2013 Shows

In Part 2 of this Dr. Phil mystery, the family of 14-year-old Dylan Redwine, who has been missing for three months, continues to search for answers. Dr. Phil sits down one-on-one with Dylan's father, Mark, in an effort to help find Dylan. Was he the last person to see the teen? And, what does Mark think happened to his son? Mark says he’s tired of having the finger pointed at him, and he’s willing to take a polygraph test to help clear his name. When the time comes, will he take the test?

Find out what happened on the show.
Replied By: hazel101 on Jul 29, 2015, 10:27PM - In reply to jorsh15
I think your point is 100% valid. I think part of this major problem is that whilst the mark maintains that he was not involved in Dylan's disappearance, but refuses to take the polygraph test, which is very suspicious. It angered me when he said he has no one to answer to, and was proud when the family said that Dylan deserves an explanation.
Replied By: janicerod on Apr 9, 2015, 3:09PM - In reply to transparence
She is not a "bitter" person.
Replied By: tvphan on Mar 10, 2015, 3:12AM
jorsh15: The question wasn’t “has Jack T. always come out with ‘guilty’ verdicts?”, and there was a second part to the question: “or vice versa”. So has he ever declared truthful (and therefore innocent) someone whom Dr Phil believed guilty, or declared untruthful (and therefore guilty) someone whom Dr Phil believed innocent?

As we saw in the Brandon Mayfield case (Oregon, 2004), fingerprint examiners can be influenced by bias and pressure, so polygraph examiners are likely also susceptible. The examiner who tested David Westerfield (Danielle van Dam case, San Diego, 2002), believed him guilty, and constantly adjusted his equipment, making it more sensitive because the readings were too low, which would of course have produced higher readings, and then said that he had failed.

Dr Phil can be very forceful in his questioning, so people might be reluctant to oppose him (especially on national TV), and a polygraph examiner might be tempted to instead claim an “inconclusive” result, or just stress that polygraph results aren’t always right.
Replied By: jorsh15 on Feb 26, 2015, 2:58PM
I just want to say, I believe the father is guilty to say the least. How people could watch the shows, read the information available regarding the case, and still think the "poor father" was treated unfairly... No wonder how world is such a mess.

As for tvphan, yes, Jack T. hasn't always come out with "guilty" verdicts. And like everyone else, do some homework and learn he's not some uneducated idiot they pulled off the street to give polygraphs. AND Jack T. has nothing to gain or lose by saying someone lied or told the truth. Unless he's related to everyone in the world, to view him as biased is again, an uneducated comment to say the least.

Replied By: tvphan on Feb 16, 2015, 11:58PM
Has polygraph operator Jack Trimarco ever arrived at a conclusion that is opposed to Dr Phil’s? In other words, has he ever declared truthful someone whom Dr Phil believed guilty, or vice versa?
Replied By: transparence on Oct 10, 2014, 8:52AM - In reply to tessajane
The simple answer is there and a bitter mother who's only only demand for conformaty was to have the kids repeat every chance of saying how much they always and in every odd way hated Mark. Well the mother succeded. To force a child in to that horrible game is outragious for a kid and for us who have seen it before. My other comment got loston the mothers obvious smile in the action of accusing Mark. What an odd way, but revealing manner of the bitterness and hate she has poured down the kids souls under their whole life.. For the smallest one the toughest position.

Mark is not guilty, but being a victim of a blamegame... The kids are to but the master of that play does not mind. Look at the smile.....!

The biggest surprice was that Phil although have broadcasted atleast one show about PAS and all the effort these hateful persons engage in getting the children to sing along even walking in to hell.

Sorry for my bad english..  :)
Replied By: eefje7 on Jun 28, 2014, 3:54AM
This man know exactly where Dylan is! Look at his body language when he's talking with Dr. Phil and Jack Trimarco! A little example is when they ask if he knows where Dylan is, his anwer is ''no'' but he shakes clearly yes with his head (1:58 on the video). Or when they say that he was the last one to see Dylan he looks down and plays with his tie (because he knows it is not true...). According to me there is no doubt, he knows what happened with his son!
Replied By: tt06tylercat on Mar 18, 2014, 6:40PM - In reply to tessajane
This is terrible. I was just looking over old stories that moved me and I was so saddened to read that Dylan is dead? I'm going to google the story... never saw a thing come across the news. So, so sad
Replied By: hettas on Feb 10, 2014, 4:13PM

Any update on Dylan Redwine?
Replied By: blueyedangel80 on Oct 10, 2013, 11:17AM - In reply to strine
Actually, polygraphs are allowed in federal courts...
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