Can you completely trust your evidence? Is it easy for a nefarious individual to fake a surveillance video and, based on this doctored material, convince a judge or jury to make a specific ruling or verdict?

Imagine a jury is watching evidence in your trial. A video of the suspect committing murder is playing. The video is clear. The suspect can be identified. His voice is heard. The victim’s mother shouts, “My baby!” The verdict is now a forgone conclusion. He’s convicted and executed. Years later you learn the video of the murder was doctored.

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