Today, judges and juries expect evidence to be presented using multimedia whenever possible; be it footage from a CCTV video camera or photos taken by an ATM machine.
(SALEM) – A UN Special Rapporteur confirmed Tuesday that a video allegedly depicting Sri Lanka Army (SLA) forces executing Tamil Tigers was authentic, and that the video was “prima facie evidence of international crimes.”
Caught on Camera – The clear capture of officer murders is a grim reality of this powerful technology
THE UBIQUITY of mobile video recording systems in police vehicles illustrates a grim statistic: on-duty deaths were up last year by a staggering 26 percent, highlighted by an equal rise in the number of officers murdered by gunfire: 49 in 2009 and 61 in 2010. Early 2011 statistics are even more frightening, with 11 officers shot in a single 24-hour period in January. The same number of officers were killed by gunfire last month alone, doubling the national trend of each of the previous years of the last decade…and an increasing number of officer deaths have been caught on dashboard cameras.
LEVA has officially published version 3.0 of their Best Practices for the Acquisition of Digital Multimedia Evidence. Forensic Video Solutions is proud to have participated on the committee that further developed this document.
Forensic Video Solutions analyzes purported Sri Lanken war crimes video for The Times investigation that spurred an official United Nations inquiry into the alleged battlefield executions.