Comment: Your premise...

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Your premise...

that photographs can never be trusted because it is possible to manipulate photos is absurd.

Just because photographs can be edited, does not mean you should assume every photograph IS edited.

It's the equivalent of saying, It's possible that someone could poison my water or food, so I will assume that it is poisoned and not eat or drink.

If no evidence that my food is poisoned exists, it's pretty safe to presume I can eat it safely.

If a photo is supposedly faked, then let evidence be presented to support that contention.

Until evidence is presented proving a photograph has been faked, it is not proven to be faked.

I'm done arguing with you over this silliness.

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