Comment: Yes.

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Yes.

If I were going to make a claim that a photograph is faked, I would need to give evidence to support that conclusion.

I couldn't just say, "well since it is possible to to fake photos, I'll assume that these photos must be fake".

That does not constitute proof that a photo is fake.

If someone is going to make a claim that photos are fake, they had damn well better provide evidence to support their claims.

Furthermore, I done arguing with you, if you want to treat every photo ever created as if they were false, then go right ahead.

Good Bye.

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