R Kelly 'Tape Is Real'
Expert Says That There Is No Way The Tape Is Fake
R Kelly was visibly worried in court as a forensic video analyst, Grant Fredericks, talked the court through the child pornography tape.
Fredericks explained to the court that in order to fake the tape it would take someone 44 years of non-stop work, as they would have had to render it frame by frame.
It gets worse for the singer, the analyst told the jury that he has compared images taken from the video and matched them to images of R Kelly and his house.
Defense attorney Sam Adam Jr claimed that a mole on R Kellys back could not be seen in the video proving that it was not the star on the footage.
However, Fredericks then slowed the video down to reveal the marking on the mans back, telling the court that "It's in the exact same position, at about the same size." He went on to reveal how other shots from the video match Kellys house.
Under cross examination, the forensic video analyst stood firm We don't have the technology yet to fabricate the errors and the facial features and the motion and the light in this way, not like this."
Initial reports by US Correspondent Jennifer Vineyard.