HP: Honest PersonThe conditions of our world are designed to create the maximum chance that evil will prevail and the good people will be punished by being good and telling the truth.
PL: Pathological Liar
LPL: Lawyer of Pathological Liar
LHP: Lawyer of Honest Person
Testimony of PL
PL: HP was crazy. He hit me, smashed my head against the wall.
Testimony of HP
HP: I remember losing control over myself, but I have never injured anyone.
Cross-examination of HP
LPL: HP, you said that you've "lost control" over yourself at some point. How often do you remember "losing control" over yourself?
HP: Very rarely. I can't give you an exact number.
LPL: When you were in that state, what did you do exactly?
HP: I did throw some things at the wall.
LPL: Because you were in that "crazy" state, you didn't realize that it was PL's face that you smashed against the wall, did you?
HP: I would never do such a thing. I have never assaulted PL.
Cross-examination of PL
LHP: PL, did you request medical attention after HP allegedly smashed your face against the wall?
PL: No, it wasn't needed.
LHP: So HP didn't really hit you, did he?
PL: He hit me so hard there was blood all over the wall!
LHP: On this photo, hours after the alleged incident, there were no marks on your face, do you agree?
PL: You can't see them because of the lighting.
HP is guilty, because he has displayed "aggressiveness" at some point in his life. Experts say that aggressiveness is a popular trait among criminals. He must have unleashed his anger toward PL, because they were living together when he was "crazy". Because PL testified getting her face smashed against the wall and HP admitted throwing things at the wall, it is safe to conclude that HP smashed PL's face against the wall. PL's emotional testimony and the blood on the wall also prove the last point.
At least we can SEE.