Monday, December 15, 2008

Witness with Repressed Memory Has Photographic Memory

In a trial in which an alleged victim of child molestation claimed to have repressed and then recovered memory of sexual molestation, this happened:
During the initial trial, trial counsel asked B. how he could remember the television program he was watching at the cabin in Lake Arrowhead. B. replied that the program was “Fox Family because, like I said I'm very intelligent. I have a photographic memory.” When trial counsel said, “You do?” B. replied, “Somewhat photographic.”
People v. Bradley, Cal.App. 2 Dist., November 06, 2008 (NO. B198577)

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