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Questions on the Advert
1. What was the advertisement for?
2. What was the skin colour of the man who appeared at the very
beginning of the advertisement?
3. What colour t-shirt was he wearing?
4. Describe the appearance of the male break dancer who appeared in
the very first clip?
5. What colour were the dungarees and sandals worn by the Asian girl
who appeared in the advert?
6. What type of phone did the male performer have hanging around his
neck?
7. How many people in the advert wore sunglasses?
8. Six different people appeared in the advert ­ how many were male
and how many were female?
9. Describe the appearance of the female wearing the pink hoody in the
middle scene?
10. In the final scene how many of the performers wore multi-coloured
puffer style jackets?…read more

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Answers to the questions
What was the advertisement for?
Adidas
What was the skin colour of the man who appeared at the very
beginning of the advertisement?
White
What colour t-shirt was he wearing?
He wasn't wearing a t-shirt
Describe the appearance of the male break dancer who appeared
in the very first clip?
Wore a black adidas puffer jacket, maroon trousers, white
sweater, black straight hair, clean shaven, side burns, white male
early twenties
What colour were the dungarees and sandals worn by the Asian
girl who appeared in the advert?
Bright orange…read more

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Answers to the questions
What type of phone did the male performer have hanging around
his neck?
Was not a phone
How many people in the advert wore sunglasses?
Two
Six different people appeared in the advert ­ how many were
male and how many were female?
Two males and two females
Describe the appearance of the female wearing the pink hoody in
the middle scene?
Slim, white, long brown hair, Light blue hat, navy blue jeans, pink
adidas hoody, sweat band, silver necklace, white shoes
In the final scene how many of the performers wore multi-
coloured puffer style jackets?
Three…read more

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What is eye-witness testimony?
`Evidence supplied by people who witness a specific event/
crime, relying on their memory'.
`Untrustworthy evidence of guilt' - judges/ psychologists
`Very persuasive' - jurors…read more

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Two cases that changed the view in British courts
In 1969, Laszlo Virag was convicted of stealing from parking
meters and using a firearm while trying to escape police officers.
Despite his alibi and other contradictions, he was identified by
eight witnesses as the man who committed the crime.
While he was in prison it was found that another person had
committed the crime and he was pardoned.
In 1972, Luke Dougherty was convicted of shoplifting after two
witnesses picked his face out of a police album.
He was eventually cleared and both cases led to the Devlin
Committee's investigation of identification evidence, which found
that many witnesses overstated their ability to single out the
right person.…read more

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