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The cops in question did not know that they were doing anything wrong. Neither did the local U.S. attorney. Indeed, they still stand by their actions. After that, nothing should have surprised me, but my jaw still dropped a bit when I got to a quote from the man who ordered the Photoshop manipulation
Max broke the story of Portland cops altering a photo of a robbery suspect to remove his face tattoos. "Finally, it is thanks to a court reporter working a beat at an theatlantic.com. The Cops Who Abused Photoshop . Police in Oregon manipulated a photo to make a suspect look more like the perpetrator.
Last week, The Oregonian newspaper exposed what ought to be a headline-grabbing scandal in the course of reporting on an otherwise obscure criminal trial.
The dicey behavior began when Portland cops investigating a series of bank robberies felt they knew the perpetrator’s identity: Tyrone Lamont Allen, a 50-year-old whose face is covered by several prominent tattoos.
But there was a problem. None of the bank tellers had noted seeing any face tattoos on the robber. And no tattoos were visible in recovered surveillance footage.
Rather than looking for other suspects, or even proceeding with a photo lineup knowing that the tellers were unlikely to positively identify Allen, the police officers turned to a piece of software to solve their problem.
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(Example of photoshop ) Little girl looks sweet, original photoshop makes it look like she burned down the house. Cop got photoshopped into other situations-->Looks really bad. This photo lends itself to In all these examples with the cop , we have to understand who the cop is and where he comes
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“They covered up every one of his tattoos using Photoshop,” The Oregonian’s Maxine Bernstein wrote. “Police then presented the altered image of Allen with photos of five similar-looking men to the tellers for identification. They didn’t tell anyone that they’d changed Allen’s photo. Some of the tellers picked out Allen.” © Image via U.S. District Court, Oregon
There’s more. The cops in question did not know that they were doing anything wrong. Neither did the local U.S. attorney. Indeed, they still stand by their actions. The Oregonian quoted a police forensic criminalist, Mark Weber, as testifying, “I basically painted over the tattoos. Almost like applying electronic makeup.’’
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Taking a beautiful picture of a pretty girl and manipulating it into something cruel and tragic.
" Who do you call when your rapist or offender is a police officer? What a scary situation that must be," said Philip Stinson, an associate professor of criminal justice who served as principal investigator for the police integrity paper and whose research assistants maintain the BGSU database.
Then the paper quoted the federal prosecutor in the case endorsing the approach:
Assistant U.S. Attorney Paul Maloney defended police actions. “The whole idea was to make Mr. Allen blend in—so his photo wouldn’t stand out,’’ he said. “These procedures were prudent. They were appropriate.’’ Maloney said the altering of Allen’s photo was done to “look like the disguises that were on the robber,’’ who wore a baseball-style hat and glasses, with no tattoos visible. “The whole idea was to make Mr. Allen blend in so his photo wouldn’t stand out,” he said. “These procedures were prudent. They were appropriate.’’
Maloney affirmed that the intent was to alter the photo for the lineup so that the suspect looked more like the robber—and finds that both prudent and appropriate!
Related: Mugshots that made history (Photos)
Mata Hari, 1917
The Dutch exotic dancer, who was convicted of being a German spy during World War I, was executed by a firing squad in France on Oct. 15, 1917.
Joseph Stalin, 1911
The above mugshot of the Soviet revolutionary was taken by the Okhrana (Tsarist secret police of Russia), when he was arrested in Saint Petersburg and sentenced to a three-year exile in Vologda.
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Delta abuse includes sarcastic deltas, joke deltas, super-upvote deltas, etc. Obviously there are cops who are good people and a net force for good in the world. People who use this phrase are being disingenuous, as I'm sure virtually all of them would contact the police for help in certain
Chicago is a city forgotten, rife with crime and corruption. Where a badge is known as a shield, one that shields members that abuse public trust from prosecution, responsibility, and accountability.
Al Capone, 1934
The above mugshot of the infamous gangster was taken when he arrived at Alcatraz Island prison in San Francisco, California, U.S., on Aug. 22. The mafia boss gained incredible notoriety during the Prohibition era and was sentenced to 11 years in federal prison.
Charles Manson, 1969
The cult leader of the notorious Manson Family, Charles was arrested and convicted of first-degree murder in the deaths of seven people in California. He died at the age of 83, while serving his life sentence.
The star rapper was arrested on charges of stabbing record producer Lance Rivera in a New York City club. He pleaded guilty in 2001 and was sentenced to a three-year probation.
David Berkowitz, 1977
Also known as the Son of Sam, the American serial killer was arrested in 1977 and was eventually indicted for eight separate shooting incidents. He pleaded guilty and is presently serving six consecutive life sentences.
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Lee Harvey Oswald, 1963
The former U.S. Marine was arrested on the charges of assassination of U.S. President John F. Kennedy on Nov. 22, in Dallas, Texas, U.S. Just two days later, while he was being transported by the police, he was shot dead by nightclub owner Jack Ruby.
Ted Kaczynski, 1996
Popularly known as the Unabomber, the American mathematics professor, anarchist and domestic terrorist was responsible for a series of bombings, which lasted for nearly 17 years from the late 1970s. He used letter bombs to target corporate executives and academics, ending up killing three and injuring 23 more. After a prolonged investigation and nationwide manhunt, he was arrested by the FBI in 1996. He pleaded guilty to all charges two years later and was sentenced to life imprisonment without the possibility of parole.
Jim Morrison, 1968
No stranger to run-ins with law, the Doors front man was slapped several charges on multiple occasions, ranging from inciting riot to public obscenity. The above mugshot was taken when he was arrested in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S., for public drunkenness, disturbing the peace and for taunting the police. He was bailed out by a friend soon after. Morrison was arrested yet again for lewd and lascivious behavior in 1969 and on suspicion of public drunkenness again in 1970.
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Benjamin Hoskins Paddock, 1969
The American con man and bank robber was on FBI’s list of Ten Most Wanted Fugitives from 1969-77. He’d had several close brushes with the law, but managed to escape by any means possible, be it paying hefty fines or literally escaping from prison.
John Gotti, 1990
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O J Simpson, 1994
In June 1994, the star football running back was arrested on the charges of murdering his wife Nicole and her friend Ron Goldman after a widely publicized vehicle pursuit. His trial, too, caught the attention of national media and was touted as the “trial of the century” and ended in October 1995 when the jury verdict said that Simpson was “not guilty.”
Sid Vicious, 1978
The Sex Pistols bassist was arrested and charged with the murder of girlfriend Nancy Spungen in October, who was found dead in their hotel bathroom in New York City’s Hotel Chelsea. She had a single stab wound to her abdomen and investigations revealed that she bled to death. Sid tried to commit suicide 10 days after the incident, after which he was hospitalized in Manhattan’s Bellevue hospital, where he tried to kill himself again. Later, he was charged with assault for attacking singer Patti Smith’s brother Todd Smith at a concert in New York City, New York, U.S. Arrested on Dec. 9, he was imprisoned in Rikers Island to undergo enforced detoxification and released on bail in February 1979. While on bail, he died of drug overdose on Feb. 2.
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Mark David Chapman, 1980
An obsessed fan, Chapman shot former Beatle John Lennon to death in front of his apartment in New York City, New York, U.S., on Dec. 8, 1980. He was sentenced to 20 years of imprisonment and has been denied parole for multiple times since then.
Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, the Indian godman popularly known as Osho, was the leader of the Rajneesh movement. The movement was aimed at promoting the joys of life, with preaching based on science and psychology. However, in 1984, several of his followers got involved in a bioterror attack where over 750 people became victims of food poisoning in The Dalles, Oregon, U.S., along with an assassination attempt on U.S. federal prosecutor Charles Turner. In 1985, Osho alleged after getting arrested that his secretary, Ma Anand Sheela, and her aides were responsible for the actions. Osho was later deported from the U.S. with an Alford plea bargain.
Ma Anand Sheela, 1985
The former spokeswoman of the Rajneesh movement, and Osho's personal secretary, plead guilty to attempted murder and her association with the 1984 Rajneeshee bioterror attack. She was sentenced to 20 years in federal prison but received parole after 29 months. In 1999, a Swiss court convicted her of "criminal acts preparatory to the commission of murder" for her involvement in a plot to kill federal prosecutor Turner in 1985.
James Brown, 1988
The year 1988 saw the funk singer brush with the law multiple times. He was arrested in April for assault, in May on weapons and drug charges and in September after a high-speed car chase. He was convicted on several charges, including possessing unlicensed firearms and assaulting a police officer. Brown was sentenced to six years of imprisonment, but only served half of that term before receiving parole.
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Donnie Wahlberg, 1991
The New Kids on the Block singer was charged with first-degree arson for allegedly setting a fire at a hotel of historical importance in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S. The charges were dismissed after he agreed to be a part of a public service campaign promoting fire safety, drug abuse and drunk driving.
Bayard Rustin, 1945
The American civil rights leader was arrested and imprisoned for violating the Selective Service Act, as he failed to register for the mandatory military draft.
Scott Weiland, 2001
The Stone Temple Pilots front man was arrested in November of the year after alleged assault on wife, Mary. The police report revealed that that the couple got into a fight in a hotel room in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. When things heated up, he pushed her against a wall and stepped on her. When she informed the hotel security, they called in the police. He was released after 12 hours, on a $3,000 bail.
R. Kelly, 2002
The R&B singer was arrested on charges of 21 counts of child pornography, which stemmed from a videotape that showed him allegedly having sex with an underage girl. He pleaded not guilty and, in 2008, was acquitted of all charges when the jury concluded that it can’t be proven that the girl on the tape is a minor.
Lou Rawls, 2003
The R&B singer was arrested on a count of battery on partner Nina Inman in Albuquerque, New Mexico, U.S., in November 2003. A discussion on their relationship took a violent turn and Inman had to call in police. He was released after posting bail.
After that, nothing should have surprised me, but my jaw still dropped a bit when I got to a quote from the man who ordered the Photoshop manipulation, Detective Brett Hawkinson, “a nearly 18-year Police Bureau veteran assigned to the FBI’s task force on bank robberies and the lead investigator on the case.”
Hawkinson said in cross-examination that altering photographs was “standard practice among investigators,” and that he learned about it through “on the job training” and from his supervisors.
Note that after employing the tactic, neither the Portland police nor the FBI nor the U.S. Attorney’s Office disclosed it. A defense lawyer noticed on his own.
The Oregonian reported that Weber, who did the Photoshop job, “testified that he didn’t write a report because it wasn’t part of the Police Bureau’s standard operating procedures” and that “he had changed suspect photos for other lineups before but wasn’t aware of any bureau protocol that expressly allowed that.”
The criminal-defense attorney Scott Greenfield put it well. “Contrary to the common assumption that eyewitness identification is strong evidence, it’s long been known, and overwhelmingly empirically proven, that eyewitness identifications make for very strong testimony but very unreliable evidence,” he explained on his website. “This is particularly true for cross-racial identifications. When photo arrays … are done properly, they still present grave problems of mis-identification. When done with altered pics, they’re just goofy.”
Related: Celebrity mugshots (Photos)
A surprising number of stars have ended up posing for the police. Here's a look as some of the celebs who have had trouble with the law.
The actress was arrested on Feb. 25, 2018, after a suspected domestic incident, according to police. CNN reports that police were called to Locklear's home in Thousand Oaks, California regarding a domestic incident between Locklear and her boyfriend. She was booked on one count of felony domestic battery and three counts of battery for allegedly attacking three responding Ventura County Sheriff's deputies.
Luann de Lesseps
Luann de Lesseps, a star of the U.S. reality television series “The Real Housewives of New York City," was booked into jail in Palm Beach, Florida, on Dec. 24, 2017. People magazine reports she was discovered trespassing in a hotel room with an unidentified male. She was charged with disorderly intoxication, battery on an officer/firefighter/EMT, resisting arrest with violence and threatening a public servant. De Lesseps is known as "The Countess" on the reality show because she was married to French entrepreneur and aristocrat Count Alexandre de Lesseps, whom she divorced in 2009.
The "Glee" star was charged on Nov. 25, 2017, with domestic violence against her husband Ryan Dorsey. She was arrested in Kanawha County, West Virginia, U.S., and was released after paying a bond of $1,000.
The "Charmed" actress was arrested and released on a $5,000 bond on Nov. 14, 2017, after she turned herself in at the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office in northern Virginia for felony possession of a controlled substance. The charges stemmed from a flight she took in January 2017, where some of her personal items left on-board allegedly tested positive for narcotics.
Lou Diamond Phillips
The "La Bamba" actor was arrested on charges of DWI, driving while intoxicated, in Portland, Texas, U.S., on Nov. 3, 2017, and was booked at the San Patricio County Jail in nearby Sinton.
The golfer was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence in Jupiter, Florida, U.S., on May 29, 2017.
The singer was charged for marijuana possession and suspicion of driving under the influence in Clarkesville, Georgia, U.S., on July 15, 2017.
The TV personality, who starred in "The Bachelor" in 2015, was arrested on charges of leaving the scene of a fatal accident after the truck he was driving rear-ended another vehicle in Independence, Iowa, U.S., on April 24, 2017.
The actor was arrested on a disorderly conduct charge after a confrontation with security agents at Dallas Love Field. A Dallas Police Department statement said that the 59-year-old actor was arrested on Dec. 8, 2016, after Transportation Security Administration employees reported that he refused to being screened at a checkpoint.
The "Divergent" star was arrested for criminal trespassing during the Dakota Access Pipeline protest in Bismarck, North Dakota, U.S., on Oct. 10, 2016. The protest, which involved around 200 people, was staged against the oil pipeline project as Native Americans feared that it would violate sacred land and harm the environment.
The former soccer champion was arrested on a DUI charge on April 3, 2016, in Portland, Oregon, U.S. Wambach was pulled over after failing to stop at a red light and was arrested after failing a field sobriety test.
The actor, best known for the TV show "Burn Notice," was arrested for alleged drunk driving after he nearly hit a police car and failed a roadside sobriety test on July 12, 2009, in Miami Beach, Florida, U.S.
The Backstreet Boys singer was arrested in a bar brawl in Florida, U.S, on Jan. 13, 2016. Carter and his friend Michael Papayans were reportedly refused service by the bartender and were asked to leave the bar, after which the two got violent. While Papayans allegedly head-butted a bar employee, Carter apparently grabbed a bouncer by his throat.
The comedian and entertainer appeared in court on Dec. 30, 2015, to face charges of sexual misconduct, for allegedly drugging and sexually assaulting a former Temple University employee who considered Cosby her mentor and friend, at his home in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S. in 2004. His bail was set at $1 million and he was asked to surrender his passport. Best known for his long-running hit sitcom “The Cosby Show,” the actor has subsequently been accused of sexual misconduct by more than 50 women.
The "Transformers" star was arrested for alleged public intoxication in Austin, Texas, on Oct. 9, 2015. This wasn't LaBeouf's first run-in with the law. He was arrested in June 2014 for creating nuisance at a Broadway performance and spitting at a police officer. In December 2012, he was held for allegedly refusing to leave a Chicago store reportedly under the influence of alcohol.
The “Terminator 2: Judgement Day” (1991) actor has been busted on multiple occasions on various charges. In Sept. 14, 2004, the actor was arrested in Florence, Kentucky, for public intoxication. He has also been arrested thrice on charges of domestic violence in 2012-13. On Jan. 13, 2013, Furlong was arrested for allegedly attacking his then-girlfriend Monica Keena.
Hirsch pleaded guilty to misdemeanor assault on Aug. 17, 2015, and was sentenced to 15 days in jail in addition to a $4,750 fine and 50 hours of community service. The “Into the Wild” actor had a verbal and physical altercation with Paramount executive Daniele Bernfeld at a nightclub during the Sundance Film Festival in January 2015 in Park City, Utah, U.S. Hirsch was charged with aggravated assault and intoxication.
The former basketball star was arrested in Eagle, Colorado, on July 4, 2003, for allegedly assaulting a 19-year-old female hotel employee.
Marshall Mathers III (aka Eminem)
Eminem was arrested twice in June 2000 on gun charges in Michigan. The rapper was arrested for carrying a concealed weapon and assault after fighting a man he saw kissing his estranged wife, Kim, outside a club. He was also arrested for brandishing a weapon during a parking lot argument with members of the rival rap outfit Insane Clown Posse.
The actor, who played Anakin Skywalker in "Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace," was arrested on June 17, 2015. He allegedly led South Carolina police officers on a high-speed chase and resisted arrest.
The actor-activist was charged with disturbing peace in Columbus, Ohio, in October 1982. Later, he paid a fine to avoid jail time.
The Australian actor was arrested for allegedly punching a hotel clerk in the face on April 17, 2012, in Miami, Florida.
The late music star was charged with felony pot possession in March 1976.
The actress-activist was held in 1970 in Cleveland, Ohio, after allegedly hitting a cop when she was found carrying a large number of pills, which apparently were her vitamin tablets.
Best known for her role in the "American Pie" series, the actress was arrested for DUI and leaving the scene of an accident after she reportedly crashed her rental car into a road sign in Miami Beach on Aug. 27, 2001.
The former professional boxer was arrested for drunk driving and cocaine possession charges in December 2006.
Roberts was charged with domestic violence in February 1995. Before this, the actor was also arrested for assaulting a police officer and possession of cocaine and marijuana in 1987.
The actor-filmmaker was arrested for drunk driving after he was caught speeding and had a blood alcohol reading of 0.12 percent, according to authorities in Los Angeles on July 28, 2006.
Robert Downey Jr.
The critically acclaimed actor was arrested by officers of the Culver City Police Department in California for being under the influence of a controlled substance in April 2001.
The late American rock guitarist was arrested for keeping heroin and hashish in his luggage at Toronto International Airport in May 1969. Later, the charges were removed after his claim that the drugs were slipped into his bag by a fan.
The Guns N' Roses front man was arrested for starting a fight in 1992. He has been arrested more than 20 times for various assaults and public intoxication.
The actor was arrested for drunk driving in Anchorage, Alaska, in 1972.
"The Matrix" star was arrested in May 1993, charged with drunk driving.
The musician was charged with and convicted in second degree murder of actress Lana Clarkson in 2009.
Capriati was charged and arrested for possession of marijuana after police went to her hotel room in search of a runaway girl. The tennis star settled the misdemeanor charge by agreeing to attend drug counselling in May 1994.
The late "King of Pop" was booked on multiple counts for allegedly molesting a child on Nov. 20, 2003, in Santa Barbara, California, U.S.
The rapper was arrested for stabbing a record executive at a Manhattan nightclub in December 1999 in New York City, New York, U.S.
Haley Joel Osment
The "Sixth Sense" star was charged with driving under the influence in 2013. Osment lost control of his car on July 20, while driving home in the La Canada area of California. On Aug. 17, he was charged with driving under the influence, possessing marijuana and having a blood alcohol content of 0.15 percent or higher.
The rapper was charged with possession of a deadly weapon in 2012. The rapper turned himself in to sheriffs at Orange County Jail after a warrant was issued for his arrest. He was released on $150,000 bail after being charged with carrying a deadly weapon into John Wayne Airport. The star claimed the collapsible baton was a prop for a movie when he was held.
The actress-singer has been arrested several times for drunken driving and cocaine possession.
The actor served a 48-day sentence after pleading guilty to a second drunk driving offense in December 2007.
The singer-songwriter was charged with possession of a controlled substance after officers found him with 2.6 grams of cocaine at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas in September 2010.
The former American football running back and actor was arrested at the Palms Hotel in Las Vegas in connection with an alleged armed robbery in a hotel room at the Palace Hotel in September 2007.
The actress was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of a controlled substance in the Santa Barbara area, California, in September 2008.
The singer was arrested and charged with criminal domestic violence on Jan. 28, 2004.
The actor was charged with driving under the influence on Sept. 11, 2002.
The actress was arrested for driving under the influence in December 2007.
Robert J. Ritchie
The musician (better known as Kid Rock) was arrested in the early morning after a fight at Waffle House restaurant in DeKalb County, Georgia, on Oct. 21, 2007.
Bieber was charged with drunken driving, resisting arrest and driving without a valid license after Miami Beach Police found the pop star street racing in January 2014.
The American actor-musician was arrested in Oklahoma for possession of marijuana and two controlled dangerous substances (Xanax and sleeping pills), for which he did not have a prescription, in September 2004.
The British actor was arrested for misconduct with a prostitute in a public place in Los Angeles in June 1995.
The American actor-rapper was arrested for allegedly assaulting his wife in April 2008 in South Florida.
The actress was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol in Los Angeles in April 2012.
The actress was arrested for domestic violence in an incident involving her ex-husband Chuck Finley in April 2002.
The actor was arrested in Austin, Texas, on suspicion of possession of marijuana and resisting transportation in October 1999.
Lindsay Lohan’s father was arrested on suspicion of domestic violence in October 2011. He was earlier held in 2009 in New York City for allegedly violating a protection order against him.
The civil rights activist was arrested while he attempted to enter a local high school in Illinois in order to help reinstate six expelled students from the school in December 1999.
The rocker’s stage antics during a concert landed him in jail charging him of criminal sexual conduct in July 2001 in Oakland County, Michigan.
The actress-DJ was sentenced to 180 days in jail after she violated her probation for driving under the influence in December 2007.
The singer was arrested in Miami Beach on charges for driving under the influence and resisting arrest without violence in July 2013.
The former Black Sabbath front man was arrested at Memphis’ Beale Street on charges of public intoxication in May 1984.
The late musician was arrested in 1938 allegedly for adultery and seduction in Bergen County, New Jersey.
Curtis Jackson aka 50 Cent
The rapper was arrested for selling cocaine to an undercover cop in 1994 in New York City.
Zsa Zsa Gabor
The Hungarian-American was arrested for slapping a Beverly Hills police officer in June 1989.
The actor was arrested for driving while intoxicated in December 2006 in North Salem, New York.
The businesswoman-socialite was arrested for driving erratically in Los Angeles in September 2006.
The deceased actor's fourth and last wife, Nicole Rothschild, accused him of domestic violence, which led to his arrest in April 1994.
The actor was arrested for domestic violence after his wife notified the police in December 2009 while they were in Aspen, Colorado.
The actor was arrested at Kalamazoo-Battle Creek International Airport, Michigan, for possession of cocaine in October 1978.
The retired boxer-actor was arrested on charges of domestic violence in July 1994. However, the charges were later dropped.
After reportedly attacking a photographer with three others, the musician was arrested for also assaulting and obstructing a police officer in July 1972 in New England.
The singer was arrested for child porn charges in June 2002. He was taken into custody by the Polk County Sheriff's Office in Florida.
The actress was formally charged with driving under the influence of alcohol in Santa Monica, California, in January 2011.
The actor was charged with aggravated rape of a woman in July 2004. The charges were later dismissed by a judge, who called the case “suspicious.”
The rapper was held for misdemeanor charge of endangering the welfare of a 15-year-old in December 2007 during a concert at Dutchess Stadium in Fishkill, New York, when he lifted and hurled the kid towards the crowd.
Britney Spears' ex-husband was booked on charges of DUI in December 2008.
André the Giant
The late wrestler was arrested Linn County, Iowa, for assaulting a cameraman in August 1979.
Billie Joe Armstrong
The Green Day front man was charged with drunk driving in January 2003 after he was arrested by Berkeley, California, police.
The singer was arrested for possession of marijuana, speeding and driving without a license or proof of insurance in November 2002 in Atlanta, Georgia.
The Nirvana founder was booked for criminal trespassing onto the roof of an abandoned warehouse in Aberdeen, Washington, in May 1986.
Earl Simmons aka DMX
The rapper was charged with reckless driving by the Arizona Department of Public Safety officers in May 2008.
Floyd Mayweather Jr.
The boxer was charged with felony battery for beating ex Josie Harris in May 2005. The charges were later dropped.
The NFL star was arrested by Texas police for possession of drug paraphernalia in November 2005.
The musician was booked in Atlanta for speeding and driving without a license in May 2001.
The actor was charged for drunken assault of a security guard during a hockey game in November 2002 in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Robert James Ritchie aka Kid Rock
The musician was arrested for misdemeanor assault of a Tennessee club DJ in February 2005.
The WWE superstar was arrested by Louisville, Kentucky, police for alleged possession of steroids in January 2001.
The rapper was arrested for drug possession after his tour bus was stopped by border patrol agents at the California-Arizona border checkpoint in January 2008.
The "There's Something About Mary" actor was arrested for overspeeding by Vermont state police in December 2008.
The lead singer of Doors was convicted in 1970 for felony charge of lewd behavior and public profanity during a concert in 1969 in Miami.
The former supermodel was arrested in New York for allegedly assaulting a woman at her Manhattan apartment in March 2006.
The R&B singer was arrested by Georgia police for reckless driving and driving without a license in February 2008.
“The Vampire Diaries” star was booked for disorderly conduct by the Monroe County Sheriff's Department in August 2009.
Sean Combs aka Puff Daddy
The rapper was charged with possession of a firearm after a triple shooting incident at a Manhattan nightclub in December 1999.
Anna Nicole Smith
The late actress was arrested for drunk driving by Houston police in 1989.
The “Jersey Shore” star was arrested by Seaside Heights Police in New Jersey for disorderly conduct in July 2010.
The "Three's Company" star was arrested by the San Francisco police in March 1970 for passing bad checks.
Stone Cold Steve Austin
The actor and former wrestler surrendered to San Antonio police in August 2002 after being on the lam for two months. A warrant for his arrest was issued for assaulting his wife during a domestic dispute.
The actor was detained for causing a disturbance on an airplane in August 2000.
The rap artist was convicted of sexual abuse of a female fan in March 1995.
The actor was charged for fighting in public by North Carolina police in April 2001, where he was involved in a bar brawl.
The actress was charged with battering her husband, former NBA star Dennis Rodman, after her arrest by Miami Beach police in November 1999. The charges were later dropped.
What remains unclear is how many innocents have been identified in Portland and beyond in goofy lineups where their photos were altered to look more like the perpetrator.
Society has already entered an era when technology permits the easy manipulation of images, video, and audio. One would expect law-enforcement professionals to discern the perils of participating in such manipulation. That they do not underscores the need for more oversight by civilians and stricter requirements about what must be disclosed to defense attorneys.
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