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    #1

    of whom there is a photo

    Which are correct:

    1-I have a client of whom there is a photo beating up a man, but who denies the charges.

    2-I have a client of whom there is a photo while beating up a man, but who denies the charges.
    3-I have a client of whom there is a photo in which he is beating up a man, but who denies the charges.

    I think '3' works, but the other two seem off to me.

    Gratefully,
    Navi.

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    Re: of whom there is a photo

    3's OK. I don't go for the others, though 2 is worse than 1 IMO.

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