To prove his point that eyewitnesses can't be trusted, a criminology professor joins in the police lineup where's he's frequently chosen as the guilty party. His theory is put to the test when he's identified as the man leaving the scene of a murder. Written by
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Prof. William Fletcher
Now, the eye is deceiving - remember that. The eye can lie, and it often does. That's why it's important, especially in criminal cases, not to place too much faith in the story of an eye witness. Many times, the witness sees only what he wants to see.