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the prosecution has been caught altering the police video submitted to the court by removing segments showing the innocence of the arrestee, only to be caught when an unaltered video was submitted by the defense....
...in what may be seen as an escalation of false testimony and evidence against those engaged in lawful protest (or even those merely in the vicinity of protests) by police and prosecutors, the prosecution of Alexander Dunlop was caught submitting altered video tape in their case against him. They removed segments showing his innocence and when a complete video was found and entered into evidence immediately dropped the charges and claimed that their video had been cut "by mistake".