Ladies and gentlemen of the jury.
Wheretofore the proof is in the Kraft Macaroni and Cheese I offer for your perusal nonconfusal , to your left, Exhibit A. Harriet the Spy, previously thought to be only a cartoon, movie icon, or figment of our imagination.
To your right I offer exhibit B. Known previously to us as the Gobhole Girl aka Susie aka SusieBadoozieQzee. You will prove to yourselves beyond a reasonable doubt using only YOUR eyes that the person in Exhibit A and Exhibit B are one and the same person.
Regarding Direct and Circumstantial Evidence
A fact may be proved by either direct evidence or circumstantial evidence or both. The law does not prefer one form over the other. Direct evidence includes the exhibits which, in themselves, establish facts.
A photograph showing skidmarks is direct evidence proving the existence of skidmarks.
But let's leave my underwear out of this.
These photographs therefore, presented to you as tangible evidence in the form of Exhibit's A and B, provide all the evidence a prudent person would need to come to a reasonable conclusion.
I rest my case, and my weary legs. Amen.