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A photograph taken during a showing of the Dance of Devotion by a tourist was a piece of evidence in the trial of Ahlbi Ur'gaid for the murder of Paht Rohl. Identifiable individuals visible in the photo are Rayfa Padma Khura'in performing the dance itself, Pees'lubn Andistan'dhin providing music, and Paht Rohl on guard duty.
Role in Ur'gaid's trial[edit | edit source]
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Prosecutor Gaspen Payne submitted the photo as evidence during Ur'gaid's trial in order to prove that Rohl had been alive during the dance and narrow down the time of his death.
Phoenix Wright would later use the photo to show that the dahmalan used by Andistan'dhin was different to the one he had in court. It would eventually be revealed that Andistan'dhin had used it to murder Rohl, before burning it to destroy the evidence.