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“Even cats lie, or don’t.” Painting by Sheree Daugherty. Copyright © 2021 Robert Thibadeau, All Rights Reserved.

What is a Lie in the Internet Court of Lies?

Get Justice!

The Internet Court of Lies lets you anonymously ask other people whether something you saw in the media is actually a lie or the truth to them.

We provide this service for free to everyone simply to let everyone see how others that they do not know might see something in the media as a lie.




The Lie Catcher collects articles about lies in the media in order to bring truth to lies. It is the gateway to The Internet Court of Lies where you can be a plaintiff, juror, or judge to quickly see what others who you do not know think about suspect lies brought to the court.

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Robert Thibadeau

Robert Thibadeau

Carnegie Mellon University since 1979 — Cognitive Science, AI, Machine Learning, one of the founding Directors of the Robotics Institute.

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