For my story, I wrote it so that one of the villain's accomplices is killed by the police, but he does not know that. The police then send text messages from the accomplices phone, getting the villain to panic, and want to meet somewhere, in order to fool the villain into incriminating himself, since he think's it's his accomplice texting him. However, I was told by some readers so far that they found it too far fetched, and too easy, that the villain would use text messaging for criminal activity, even in an emergency, because texts can be used as evidence, a lot easier than it is to get authorization to tap a cell phone. Plus the villain does not even know who is on the other end of the line, and would want voice proof, rather than just reading who's phone it is, that is sending him texts. So I was wondering if it is possible with today's audio technology, for the police to fake the dead guys voice as long as they heard him talk before and they know what he sounds like. Perhaps they even have him on tape before from a taped interview, and can use that for reference. But I was wondering if it's possible. I recall an episode of Law and Order where that happened, but I wonder how much you can stretch or how much is true. Does anyone know? Thank you for the input. I really appreciate it.