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“Witnesses of the Book of Mormon — Insights Episode 18: Is Eyewitness Testimony Reliable?”

Eyewitness testimony is used around the world in courts of law. But there’s a movement today that calls into question the reliability of eyewitness testimony. Is it true that eyewitness testimony is unreliable—and thus invalid?

This is the eighteenth in a series compiled from from the many interviews conducted during the course of the Witnesses film project. This series of mini-films is being released each Saturday at 7pm MDT. These additional resources are hosted by Camrey Bagley Fox, who played Emma Smith in Witnesses, as she introduces and visits with a variety of experts. These individuals answer questions or address accusations against the witnesses, also helping viewers understand the context of the times in which the witnesses lived. This week we feature Jeff Bradshaw, Senior Research Scientist, Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition. For more information, go to or watch the documentary movie Undaunted.

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In case you want to pursue this subject a little bit further, the role and importance of eyewitness testimony are also addressed — this time, by a retired federal judge and a retired federal prosecutor — in the Interpreter Foundation’s two-part docudrama, Undaunted: Witnesses of the Book of Mormon.