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DPD had earlier announced it would change its policy on "showups" thanks to concerns about misidentification.
Writing for the majority, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said the court's precedents were largely intended to deter police from framing defendants through "improper lineups, showups and photo arrays," rather than reflecting a particular distrust of eyewitness testimony in general.
One might as well link to the website of the American Communist Party and a few of the more flamboyant showups at an anti Bush protest as evidence that the United States is the most leftist country there is.