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Synonyms for eyewitness

someone who sees something occur

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a spectator who can describe what happened

be present at an event and see it with one's own eyes

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The eyewitnesses were asked whether they had seen any of the 16 defendants at the incidents but they were not given the opportunity to look at the defendants, who were present in court and standing inside a glass soundproof cage.
Eyewitnesses added that soldiers stripped him from his clothes, covered him in a black bag, and took him in an ambulance.
The eyewitnesses told the reporter of the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / that the IS elements have organized a major car show that they got from the policemen and raising flags and slogans of their organization in the areas of al-Ta'mim and kilo 5 south and east of Ramadi.
The eyewitnesses also said that according to them, no one was injured in the mishap.
The terrorists of the ISIL threw leaflets at the areas dominated by the Kurdish society in Mosul city in which they threaten these families with death if they do not leave the city," the eyewitnesses told Iraqi News on Monday.
The accident happened on the Abu Dhabi-Al Ain Road at Al Rawdha near Al Ain city at around 8, and involved a 40-seater bus carrying 55 workers from their camp to their work area, eyewitnesses from a camp near the accident site told Khaleej Times.
Your teacher will start the stopwatch, giving the eyewitnesses one minute to memorize the room.
Of the first 250 exonerations involving DNA evidence, 190 involved eyewitnesses who were wrong - despite, in many cases, complete confidence on the part of the eyewitnesses.
Levi has made a convincing argument that real-world identification rates for eyewitnesses viewing culprit-absent lineups is [sic] around 60%.
A motorist from East Jerusalem who ran over and wounded several Border Police officers Friday was shot twice in the face from close range while still lying on the ground, eyewitnesses said.
BAGHDAD / Aswat al-Iraq: Unidentified gunmen shot dead the imam (prayer leader) and preacher of a mosque in al-Jihad neighborhood, southern Baghad, on Friday, eyewitnesses from the area said.
Jesus and the Eyewitnesses has two primary theses: first, the canonical gospels are close to the eyewitness reports of the words and deeds of Jesus and, second, 'testimony' is the appropriate category for the gospels as history and theology.
Part II of this article describes the extent of the problem of wrongful convictions, reviewing empirical studies that estimate the contribution of eyewitness errors to wrongful convictions, the difficulties eyewitnesses have in accurately identifying the perpetrator of a crime, and the powerful impact that eyewitness testimony has on the trier of fact.
In an age when 24-hour news and high-tech communications seem to make us instant eyewitnesses to everything, this exhibit reminds us that most of our history was seen by the few and brought to life for ordinary Americans through the eloquence of extraordinary individuals," said Mary Foerster, vice president, Business Support, Communications and Community Affairs for The Boeing Company.