TOGO PICTURES: THE “PRINT FILES”

“Once again the SCCRC discovered laboratory procedure which was contrary to best practice. In the days before digital photography, it was de rigueur when dealing with developed film relating to cases likely to come before the court for films to be kept intact in their rolls, not cut into individual negatives. The reason for this was to be able to show that the photographs were taken in sequence and nothing extraneous has been introduced or substituted.” Morag G. Kerr

An astute reader asks if the “print files” of the pictures allegedly taken in Togo are available. The answer to that question is not an easy one. Here is what was [to my knowledge] given to the defence. The first file deals with the timer. The three others are clearly pictures taken in Togo.

First file

DM168-PN1

Second file

DM168-PN2

Third file

DM168-PN3

Fourth file

DM168-PN4

Comments?

Reference

[1] Adequately Explained by Stupidity?: Lockerbie, Luggage and Lies

Morag G. Kerr

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