It was the old axiom, he said, she said. The blowback and statements made by each party in the alleged assault charges between Donald Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandosky and reporter Michelle Fields at a Trump rally in Jupiter, Florida would be brought to an end by creating a smoking gun video that highlighted and showed what really happened. That enhanced video along with a declaration by an expert witness that Lewandoski did nothing out of the ordinary caused the prosecutor to drop the case and not file charges.
Attorneys for Donald Trump's campaign manager needed to enhance the existing footage taken by security and surveillance cameras to show that the manager was innocent of the charges leveled against him by Fields. Omni Video forensic lab and producers worked with the attorneys to produce an enhanced and effective trial exhibit that would be shown to the prosecutors deciding whether to pursue and press charges against the campaign manager. "We brightened, sharpened and deinterlaced all the pixels in the raw footage, as well as created graphics, stop action and close ups identifying all the parties who had contact with Ms. Fields. The result speaks for itself," said James Jenkins, Senior Forensic Producer at Omni Video. After displaying the video exhibit to the prosecutors, they decided not to pursue any legal action against Lewandowski.