Mel Gibson Tapes: Verified as Authentic, Scary!

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The Mel Gibson voicemail rants against Oksana Grigorieva are authentic and were not tampered with, according to analysis by a forensic audio expert.

They are also really freaking insane!

Kent Gibson, a certified forensic audio expert who has previously worked for the FBI and L.A. County Sheriff department, wrote in a court declaration:

"In my professional opinion as a forensic audio examiner, I conclude that the recordings have not been modified and can be considered authentic."

Kent's declaration, filed in Los Angeles Superior Court Dec. 9, came after he was hired by Oksana as she pursues a domestic violence case against Mel.

He was able to substantiate it was Gibson by comparing the voice to a sample of the star from an interview with talk-show host Michael Parkinson.

"The voice matches, indicating that this is the voice of Mr. Mel Gibson," Kent wrote, under penalty of perjury. "There are nine recordings made."

"Additionally there are nine voice mail recordings record on Oksana Grigorieva's answering machine." Yes there are. Follow the jump to hear them:

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And there are plently of experts out there who aren't being paid by oksana or mel that say those tapes are altered. Yes it's his voice but some of those things that were said were not in the order they now appear and her voice is not right for a recording from a phone.


Doesn't matter a whit, the court will use their own experts to verify the authenticity of all the evidence, if they haven't already.