Take a look at the photos. I remember this case when it happened. They are real. Suggesting otherwise only helps perpetuate this type of police behavior, IMO.
Are you suggesting any attorney would risk their license and freedom by using bogus photos as evidence in a courtroom? Is "fake evidence" the new cry now?
Funny, but the only cases that come to mind where fake evidence was/is presented or exculpatory evidence hidden are cases where the cops and prosecutors were the perpetrators of same.
Then there are the cases like epstein where you can rape children and get away with it somehow. How's that for fake evidence?