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Photo ID: Are police lineups reliable?

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It’s an element of basic police work- the photo lineup. The technique is used in the pursuit of justice, but some advocates for the accused and even some law enforcement officials are challenging the technique. Nationwide, 75 percent of prisoners exonerated by DNA evidence were originally convicted on the basis of faulty eyewitness identification. NBC News Correspondent Josh Mankiewicz reports.