EXIF data - the stuff cameras stamp on the digital versions of files? It protects, among other things the copyright of the photographer by LITERALLY stamping the date on when the snap was taken.
It ALSO records the last time a photo was modified.
Date. Time (to the second!) Down to the focal length and shutter speed.
Pro photographers also put their Copyright Information in the EXIF as well. What good's a date without a person to attach that date to, after all?
She alleges: "The tour wrapped and on Christmas Eve we began the 36-hour trip home to L.A."
So - not Christmas Eve. Not at night while sleeping.
Folks, grab a copy of the photo and follow along with me.
But that's not all, Mr. Franken.
On Christmas Eve 2006, and because you're a gross old man, you took a photo.
(Which the pigfuckers at Brietbart are claiming your brother Owen took.)
This photo wasn't taken at night, or on Christmas Eve.
Second - remember this day, Senator Franken?
The metadata indicates that it was modified on July 1st, 2009 at 10:30 PM.
Since 2009, someone's been holding on to a picture - something they KNEW would detonate your career if it was what it LOOKED LIKE.
They even ALTERED it the day you were elected.
As to the kiss - she's forgiven you. She even said she'd like you to call on @jaketapper 's show.
Maybe after you inquire about this one last thing...
My money would be on USAF Tech Sergeant Chris DeWitt maybe? He takes a lot of USO photos and was at Bagram.
Luckily there's an AMA about it.
That either person would let you grope someone says something.
Here's a 'clean' copy from the accuser's article:
1. Really? A photog for Combat Camera or the USO would have a camera programmed like my nana's VCR?
2. Keep reading about the OTHER piece of data in the header for this jpg.
This is for posterity's sake, in case it changes.