Dispute: Shaun Michaud - PlayStation 2 - Need for Speed Underground - NTSC - Circuit Mode - Atlantica [Fastest Race] - Player: ruven zambrano - Score: 01:33.24

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  1. Dispute: Shaun Michaud - PlayStation 2 - Need for Speed Underground - NTSC - Circuit Mode - Atlantica [Fastest Race] - Player: ruven zambrano - Score: 01:33.24

    05-01-2020, 12:29 PM
    PlayStation 2 - Need for Speed Underground - NTSC - Circuit Mode - Atlantica [Fastest Race]
    Score Track
    https://www.twingalaxies.com/scores.php?scores=51520
    Rules
    Circuit Mode
    Any Available Car, Any Transmission
    Number of Laps: 2
    Catch Up: On
    Traffic: Minimum
    Opponent Skill: MediumSpecial Rules: You may freely use any unlocked car and any unlocked customizations. You MUST place first for your time to count. Please allow your time to be visible for a few seconds to ensure easier verification. You may also include your laptimes for the Fastest Lap Time category. Pausing for any reason will disqualify your run.
    Wall Riding is prohibited. Wall Riding is the act of using a wall to manoeuvre around a corner instead of attempting the corner normally.

    Player Name
    ruven zambrano
    Original Adjudication
    https://www.twingalaxies.com/showthread.php?t=174357
    Verification Method
    TGSAP
    Verification Date
    2018-04-09
    Disputed Score
    01:33.24 (Rank 2)
    Disputed By
    MyOwnWorstEnemy
    Dispute Evidence / Rationale
    The video evidence that supported this time / score is no longer available after it past the adjudication process. The evidenced was host on a 3rd party site, that was allowed by by Twin Galaxies management based on submission design. Management did not effectively execute its custodianship responsibilities and properly archive this evidence for future reference.

    Unfortunately, the adjudicators that voted YES based on what the viewed at the time of their vote will lose credibility. Its kinda like getting fined for evidence going missing, two years after a trial concluded of which you were a member of the jury. Who new a jurist is responsible for maintaining custody of evidence presented at trial....
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