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Kochi: In the case of the attack on the actress, the high court asked the accused Dileep why he opposes sending the memory card which recorded the scenes for re-examination. The High Court will continue to hear the crime branch’s plea that the memory card be subjected to forensic examination again.

B Raman Pillai, who appeared for Dileep, said that the investigation did not yield anything as the memory card was checked again. The court agreed and asked why it was opposed to the probe as it was timed for further investigation.

The court noted that it was clear from the forensic report submitted by the prosecution that the hash value had not changed. There is a contradiction in the prosecution argument. The court asked Director General of Prosecution TA Shaji whether he was rejecting his own report. Justice Bechu Kurian said there was no reason to interfere with the trial court’s decision that the memory card should not be re-examined, adding that the case would be heard tomorrow.

TB Mini, who appeared for the actress, pointed out that there were reports that the footage was leaked before she even appeared in court. The privacy of the actress is being violated. The actress demanded that the petitions, which examine the memory card and sabotage the investigation, should be treated as two.

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