Jake and Joe have applied for a job.
Jake has strong evidence that Joe will get the job.
Jakes evidence might be that the CEO has assured him as such.
Jake checks joes pockets, and sees he has a tenner in his pocket.
As such, Jake has fair justification and evidence that Joe will get the job.
Therefore: the man with the tenner in his pocket will get the job (Jakes Statement)
Jake is clearly justified for having the beliefs outlined in his statement.
Jake gets the job, and checks his pockets to see he too has a tenner.
Jakes statement therefore was true, but the information his statement was deduced from was false.
Jake is justified for believing his statement is true, but Jake does not Know that his statement is true. Because he didn’t know he was going to get the job, nor did he know that he had a tenner is his pocket. Ergo: he did not know.