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Delhi Police claims that a CFSL report claims that the controversial Shanti Bhushan CD is not tampered with. Then how does it contain bits of a different conversation dating back to 2006?

Manufacturing Consent
Manufacturing Consent
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A seemingly unquestioning media was again filled with stories today about Delhi Police claims reported as a fact that the Central Forensic Sciences Laboratory (CFSL) had examined the controversial Shanti Bhushan CD and that it "could not have been tampered" with.

The police has not made the CFSL report public.

Nor is there any answer as to how all of the audio dialogue in Mr Mulayam Singh's voice in this controversial CD also appears exactly as in an earlier CD featuring his conversations with Mr Amar Singh which had been filed in the Supreme Court by Mr Prashant Bhushan in 2006

Mr Prashant Bhushan had already demonstrated the above in his press conference last Sunday.

Clearly, if the CFSL has indeed given such a report on a CD said to have been received anonymously by some media organisations, it would have a lot to answer for.

The press release issued by Mr Bhushan on Sunday after the above press-conference which also contains the two forensic reports of the American Lab of Dr. George Papcun and the Hyderabad- based Truth Labs follows:

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