While it's always satisfying to see a troll get his just desserts, it's especially satisfying when the troll is an agent of the United States government, goofing off on the public dime.
From the AntiPolygraph message board:
The poster LieBabyCryBaby has been banned. The decision to ban him from these forums comes after numerous violations of AntiPolygraph.org's posting policy. In his own words: "I come around every now and then to ruffle your feathers and laugh at you, and then I find other entertainment."
At this time, we feel it is appropriate to disclose LieBabyCryBaby's true identity: Special Agent Shawn Hacking of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), currently assigned to DEA's Seattle Division.
The sort of behavior displayed on these forums by SA Hacking is particularly disturbing coming from a federal law enforcement officer. In view of the fact that SA Hacking at times posted from IP addresses registered to his employer, it is not clear whether his activity here is sanctioned by his superiors in the polygraph unit, Seattle Division SAC Arnold R. Moorin, or DEA senior management.
Of course I'm not in a position to say whether DEA Agent Hacking is indeed trolling anti-polygraph message boards, or creating sock puppets, but it would hardly be the first time a government employee has done something like this. Perhaps Agent Hacking was investigating the AntiPolygraph site based on a tip from the Canadian government. Perhaps, like some government agents, he simply has a problem with those who dispute the reliability of lie detectors.
I will note that it is a very simple matter for the owner of a website or forum to determine where most traffic originates, and that most US government agencies do not mask their IP addresses. I'll simply assume that this story is true, until the government sets the record straight.