Here's an image-manipulation scandal you won't be reading about at LGF, land of Billowgate™ and the Throbbing Memo:
Police have been accused of manipulating a photo of Jean Charles de Menezes so it could be compared to that of one of the 21/7 bomb plotters.
The image had been "stretched and sized" to form a composite image of the Brazilian and Hussain Osman to show the jury, prosecutors told the Old Bailey.
Mr de Menezes was shot dead after being wrongly identified as one of the men who targeted London's transport system.
The Metropolitan Police denies breaking health and safety laws.
Mr de Menezes, 27, was shot seven times in the head on a train at Stockwell Tube station on 22 July 2005, after being wrongly identified as Osman.
The Met Police said the composite picture was created to illustrate the difficulties officers would have had in differentiating between the two men.
But Clare Montgomery QC, prosecuting, told the court it had been altered "by either stretching or resizing so the face ceases to have its correct proportions".
Forensics consultant Michael George told the court that the police composite appeared to have a "greater definition" than the two images used to produce it.
He produced an alternative composite, which was shown to the jury, in which the two faces had different skin tones and their mouths and noses were not aligned.
Ronald Thwaites QC, defending, asked Mr George whether there had been any manipulation "of the primary features of the face".
Mr George replied: "I don't believe there has been any... but making the image brighter has changed the image."
For much more on the Menezes case, follow this link.