Maddogg guest commentator, T.H. Johnson, Investigative Team Coordinator for OMIG (Ocean Medical Investigative Group  

The case appears to begin for public purposes against Simpson at his house on Rockingham Drive early in the morning of June 13, 1994 somewhere between 5:00 -5:30 AM when Detective Mark Fuhrman allegedly discovers a matching right hand glove to the one found at the murder site.   The new glove found on Simpson’s property is located under the air conditioner in the leaves along the south side pathway of the Rockingham residence where a guest house is located in which Kato Kaelin resided.  From that point on, the allegations of murder appear to follow Fuhrman’s hyperbolic recitation in his book MARK FUHRMAN, Murder in Brentwood of how the discovery occurred.  He states,

“Kaelin told me at about 10:45 PM he heard and felt a couple of loud thumps on the wall above his bed”.  “He went on to describe a limo parked outside the Ashford gate around the same time”.   

     Now Fuhrman sets the stage for creating his own fantasy of how Simpson got onto his own property.  Others quickly chimed in promoting the false narrative that would have the arthritically plagued Simpson climbing over the fence near the guest house occupied by Kato Kaelin.   Still apparently with the idea of malfeasance already planted in the mind of this disgruntled 19-year junior detective he would create his own fantasy of Simpson accomplishment.  ;Feeling invincible from other acts of malfeasance which, according to an anonymous LAPD insider talking to the author Stephen Singular in Denver shortly after the murders took place, Fuhrman and other fascist police officers were protected by command officers in higher positions.  If this is true, Fuhrman probably felt why not take the chance. 

     At the time the Simpson murder case begins, Mark Fuhrman is the subject of an internal affairs investigation for his neo-Nazi conduct of placing a swastika on or in a fellow officer’s locker because he was angered by the other officer’s selection of a Jewish wife.  The allegation also included Fuhrman’s walking around the precinct on the weekend wearing Nazi paraphernalia.   Joseph Bosco discusses this in his book, A PROBLEM OF EVIDENCE, Stephen Singular alleges in his book, LEGACY OF DECEPTION that the reports of Fuhrman’s conduct were true but handled at only the divisional level and downplayed.   This no doubt was going to be a high profile case, S.I.D. detectives had now been assigned to take over; thus, it demoted his West Side Division peers to assistants.    Fuhrman appeared determined to make the world recognize his prowess as a superb detective, notwithstanding those psychological impediments that may have held him back from being accepted within the ranks of the senior detectives like Phil Vannatter and Tom Lange in the Special Investigations Division. 

     Even though they had been members of the LAPD for 25 years, Fuhrman was approaching 20 years and yet could not make the grade of being considered as a top of the line S.I.D. detective.   Thus, I believe Fuhrman was about to roll the dice and take the chance of engaging in corruption in order to prove them wrong by planting that glove on Simpson’s property.   In his writing you can see that he thought he was special enough to be leading this investigation and shows resentment and disdain for both detectives Lange and Vannatter by shutting down his writing at 2:45 AM when Phillips walked into Nicole Brown Simpson’s living room where Fuhrman was writing his notes.  Detective Phillips told him that they were no longer in charge of the investigation and with a sense of resentment the note taking abruptly ended.    

     While under cross examination during the actual trial Fuhrman affirms that the investigation virtually came to a halt at the murder site, and that LAPD officers simply stood out in the street for about an hour and a half waiting for the S.I.D. detectives to arrive, while doing nothing.  It is during this downtime that the LAPD insider talking to Singular states that Fuhrman and someone else left the Bundy murder site and went to Simpson’s Rockingham residence the first time looking for evidence which they did not find.

     In the meantime, while waiting and doing nothing in the street they are all violating a recent agreement meant to heal the dispute between the Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office and the Los Angeles Police Department, a festering wound that continued between the two departments.  It had been settled for the moment that the coroner’s office would be called as soon as possible to examine the bodies of murdered victims at a crime scene.  In this case, precious time was lost in determining the liver temperature as well as other changes to a deceased corps that could help in accurately establishing the time of death.  By the time that the S.I.D. detective Vannatter finally called for the coroner to come, it was almost 10 hours after the police arrived the night before.  Vital measurements associated with the time of death were lost and now left to subjective assumptions, such as dogs barking to establish the time the victims were killed in what was to be a high profile trial. 

     In his writing, Fuhrman appears to reserve a special disdain for what he considered to be the incompetence and stupidity of Vannatter; his vitriol for this veteran detective is palatable.   Vannatter appeared to take no copious notes as Fuhrman, and seemed to be acting in a shoot from the hip posture in decision making that irked Fuhrman to no end, especially when overriding Fuhrman’s decision to have the Bronco towed immediately and dusted for evidence.  Vannatter overruled Fuhrman and was in essence perceived by Fuhrman to be showing him that he was in charge of this investigation. 

     However, Fuhrman, it appears was plotting to have the last laugh in placing himself in the indispensable position of having to come through him in this high profile case.   It was Kato Kaelin who had now given Fuhrman the ingredients for the narrative he was about to spin, but first he’d have to remove Kaelin from the vicinity.  Fuhrman writes

“I asked Kaelin to follow me out of his bungalow”…”By that time a door to the main house had been opened”….”I walked inside with Kaelin and asked him to sit down at the bar and wait for someone to come and talk to him”.   

With the malleable misfit, Kaelin, firmly out of the way, Fuhrman could begin to execute his plan.   He needs though to be certain of the whereabouts of the other detectives.  Thus, Fuhrman states,

“Unfamiliar with the house I walked towards the sound of voices which led me to the kitchen where Phillips, Lange, and Vannatter were standing.  Phillips was talking on the phone, Vannatter was closest to me so I asked Phil would he talk to the guy at the bar?”  “Vannatter appeared to acknowledge my question, so I continued outside….to the southside of the bungalows where Kaelin had described the thumping on the wall”.   

     Now the table was set, there was no one to impede Fuhrman from engaging in a corrupt act of malfeasance that would set in motion the most infamous trial of the 20th century.  According to Fuhrman’s book about the Simpson case, he found the glove under the air conditioner attached to the wall of the bungalow in which Kato Kaelin stayed.  Fuhrman would go on to say, after finding the glove “I scrutinized the immediate area, looking for evidence of blood, footprints or disturbed ground, but saw nothing”.

Now he’d tossed the dice and the most crucial piece of evidence tying Simpson to the murders had been found by Detective Mark Fuhrman.  These foregoing remarks of Fuhrman’s would become crucial as we further examine his claims. 

     They would be crucial in as much as Fuhrman would later return to Rockingham with detective Brad Roberts after being sent back to the Bundy Murder site by Vannatter to compare the glove there with the one found on Simpson’s property.  In his book, the exhilaration of Fuhrman reaches a level of extraordinary excitement when he and Roberts return to Rockingham to make additional discoveries that only he, and Roberts discovered.  The key evidence was blood drops they found near the Bronco on the sidewalk and 8 drops near the inside Rockingham gate leading towards the front entry.  However, this is blood Simpson alleged came from nicking his finger on something sharp in the Bronco while retrieving his cell phone the night before.  The cuts on his finger would soon be examined by medical doctors and determined not to be consistent with a knife cut since they were too ragged to be done by such a cutting instrument. 

Yet for Fuhrman, Vannatter and Lange, it appears that now because of the discoveries at Rockingham the case was virtually solved, they had targeted their primary suspect, O.J. Simpson.

Two overhead views of the Simpson Rockingham residence.

     When we analyze the statements by Fuhrman of the discoveries at Rockingham of the blood and the glove, distance becomes a credibility problem.  We estimate the distance from the street of Rockingham where the Bronco was parked to where the glove was found on Simpson’s property to be at least 210 feet or an estimated 70 yards into his property.   According to Fuhrman he found the glove underneath the air conditioner outside of the guesthouse in which Kato Kaelin was residing estimated at a hundred and some plus feet beyond the front main entrance.  When Fuhrman returned to Rockingham with Brad Roberts and they found droplets of blood inside the gate at Rockingham, on the Rockingham side walk, and outside of the Bronco. His statements place the blood close to 200 feet away from where the glove was found on the Rockingham property and where Kato heard the thumps on the outside wall. 

     In the rhetoric of how Simpson got onto his property without being seen by the limo driver, Allen Park, they have O.J. walking or running 210 feet along the fence line separating his property from his neighbor, Salinger’s property.  Thus, from a mathematical and physical standpoint, based upon their alleged narrative of how Simpson entered his property Simpson would have walked 210 feet twice.  He would pass by his front entry twice, once on his neighbor’s property to climb over the fence and drop the glove near the guest house where Kato allegedly heard pounding on his wall.   Once over the fence and on his side, he would then return 200 feet inside of his property, passing the front end of the house again, to go towards the Rockingham front gate to leave 8 blood drops. 

That amounts to 410 feet or 110 feet longer than an NFL professional football field. He then would have returned in the opposite direction about 100 feet to enter the front door of his home, now making a total of 510 feet.  How did he do that without dropping any blood along the way in the leaves from Kato’s guest house to the front gate?   Fuhrman stated that he found no blood in the area near the guest house where he found the glove, nor foot prints leading away from that location.  The distance Simpson traveled based upon analyzing Fuhrman’s narrative to enter his front door is the equivalent to one and 3/4 NFL football fields.

There is no cogent logic that would justify a conclusion asserted by Fuhrman of how Simpson entered his property, yet his proclamation became the basis of the prosecution’s narrative for charging O.J. Simpson with murder.  If the mandatory distance to be traveled of 410 feet does not make sense as to how Simpson would have deposited both the glove and the blood, then deductive reasoning, based upon factor analysis, implies that Simpson probably deposited the blood inside the front gate from a cut he sustained searching for his phone.  He told that to Detectives Lange and Vannatter this during their interrogation of him upon his return from Chicago on June 13, 1994.  The blood drops location is consistent with how O.J. stated he entered his front gate on Rockingham. 

     However, as far as the glove is concerned, factor analysis also suggests that if Simpson entered through his front gate and deposited drops of his blood in that general area, before entering the front door of his residence, then it is implied that someone other than O.J. Simpson deposited the glove an additional 100 feet beyond the front of his house down the far side of his residence outside Kato’s bungalow guest house.  The implication is that the person who found the glove, Detective Mark Fuhrman, deposited that glove in that location in order to frame Simpson. 

Diagram above of Simpson’s Residence on North Rockingham and route taken.  Below is Simpson on residence’s side path to Kato’s bungalow.

      Fuhrman claims he was able to determine Simpson’s behavior, and describes him as being panicked.  However, the description of everyone else who encountered Simpson on the night he caught his flight to Chicago describes a persona of Simpson that contradicts Fuhrman’s description.  Virtually everyone he encountered at the airport describes Simpson as being cool, calm, and collected.  No one describes him otherwise, and certainly not the detectives who interrogated him after Simpson returned in an emergency from his Chicago trip that morning.  He even volunteered against the advice of his lawyer to cooperate in going to the police headquarters to be interviewed by Detectives Vannatter and Lange and provide them with a sample of his blood. Given the conditions of Ron Goldman’s knuckles you would assume that Simpson would have marks and bruises on his own body but as you can see he had no such marks.

     Thus, Fuhrman’s account of something regarding Simpson that he can only speculate has no merit because at no time do we see Simpson in that emotional state described by Fuhrman, even including in video-taped images of Simpson by news organizations upon his return from Chicago.  He calmly cooperates while being placed in handcuffs when videotaped walking onto his own property by LAPD officer Thompson on the morning of June 13, 1994.  This is not the only thing Fuhrman would be wrong about, he appears to establish a pattern of embellishing information and evidence that the public must assume to be true by granting Fuhrman the privilege of presumption based on what he alleges.  However, our investigative organization, OMIG, does not provide anyone or anything the privilege of presumption.  We must always examine everything that anyone has said for its veracity, to see that it stands up and is consistent with what is being alleged.

     Fuhrman contradicts himself on several occasions that simply defy common sense.  He calls Simpson overly immaculate in terms of how meticulous he kept things at his personal residence.  Yet Fuhrman claims to have found an out of place sock on Simpson’s white carpet in the middle of the bedroom floor with blood on it as opposed to being in the dirty clothes hamper to be washed.  The intent of Fuhrman is to always strengthen his accusatory narrative, which is full of all types of unsubstantiated allegations regarding Simpson in this matter.  The problem with that sock is that an LAPD photographer who photographed the master bedroom did not see a sock on the floor when he took photos at a location already designated as a protected crime site by lead detective Phil Vannatter by 7:30 AM after Fuhrman showed him the glove he “found” on Simpson’s property.  No one was allowed on the property after that so there should have been no disparity in photos taken of the bedroom, but there were.  One photographer took pictures of that room and floor with no socks, another took photos of the same area with socks found there.

     The sock that was found would have a blood spot on it at the ankle that forensic criminalist, Dr. Henry Lee, would find had the same pattern on both sides of the ankle.  This implied an improbability; that the blood somehow traveled through Simpson’s ankle to be deposited on the opposite side of the sock at the exact opposite location.  That revelation raises questions of Fuhrman’s credibility. 

     You have the prosecution by December 1994 attempting to dispel allegations that Simpson’s blood contained a blood preservative in it, only found in high concentrations lining a blood collection vile.   One of the prosecutors on loan to the LADA’s office from Northern California’s Alameda County, Rockne Harmon, intended to dispel such dangerous and ridiculous rumors, and intended to discredit the investigative journalist that introduced such spurious allegations to the defense team prior to the actual trial beginning.  This was Denver, Colorado writer, Stephen Singular. 

By January 1995 prior to the trial starting, Deputy Prosecutor Harmon had the sock sent off to the FBI laboratory along with other swatches of blood to be examined.  Subsequently, several weeks later, to the LA prosecutor’s dismay the FBI returned with an answer, the blood had tested positive on the sock and other blood swatches from the murder site.  They all contained something that should not have been there, the blood preservative EDTA.  These type of continuous irregularities not only undermined the presumed guilt of Simpson, but cast doubt on all of Fuhrman’s allegations of what occurred in this infamous case.

     According to the Denver author Singular’s, LEGACY OF DECEPTION, the investigation at Simpson’s residence began about 3 hours earlier that morning of June 13, 1994, somewhere between 3:00 and 3:30 AM when it is alleged that Fuhrman went there with another officer searching for evidence of Simpson’s guilt.  Not finding any, the two officers allegedly were heard arguing with each other for leaving the Bundy crime site and going to Simpson’s Rockingham estate.  This is one of the things Fuhrman would criticize senior detectives Phil Vannatter and Tom Lange for doing, leaving the murder site of Nicole Simpson’s Bundy residence and going to O.J. Simpson’s Rockingham residence, rather than having a separate set of detectives go there to avoid contaminating two different potential crime sites, since we now know that Simpson was always a prime suspect. 

     What Fuhrman seems adept at doing persistently is discounting the significance of others in conducting an investigation and passing the blame onto others rather than taking blame himself for inadequacies related to the Simpson investigation.  It becomes a recurring theme in his book, MARK FUHRMAN Murder in Brentwood.  While he stays busy throughout the book diminishing the inadequacies of others, the one thing that is recurrent in Fuhrman’s statements either in his book or in his trial and pre-trial testimony is the inconsistency in the evidence in his narrative of the crime.

     Fuhrman says that it was not impossible for him to plant the glove at Rockingham, we say poppycock; there was plenty of opportunity for him to collect a glove and plant it.  After all, he testified that all investigation ground to a halt at about 2:45 AM when Detective Phillips came into the living room of Nicole Simpson’s residence where Fuhrman was writing his findings and announced that their division had been pulled off the case as the lead detectives and replaced by the senior detectives who would be arriving from the Special Investigations Division (S.I.D.).  For the next hour and a half, well after 4:00 AM, Fuhrman testified that the police officers were doing little more than standing in the middle of the street talking to one another about other things, like where to have breakfast later that morning.

     In his 1997 published book he describes a blue piece of plastic as a common blue gauze wrapper found near the glove, and attempts to assert a far-fetched theory that the piece of stick he found on Simpson’s Rockingham Drive boulevard came from a fence that Simpson’s Bronco ran into and got lodged in his bumper or wheel well and fell out on the landscaped boulevard of Rockingham Drive by the Bronco.  However, Fuhrman apparently did not read the 1995 authored book by Stephen Singular, LEGACY OF DECEPTION, that has an anonymous LAPD source inside that department communicating with Singular in Denver, Colorado a month and a half after the murders, August 1, 1994.  The LAPD insider approached Singular because of their distrust of those in the corrupted justice system of Los Angeles County. 

     Everything the anonymous source told Singular who passed it on to the defense stood up when they checked it out starting in August of 1994.   The source stated that it was Fuhrman who broke that stick off of a back fence either on Nicole’s property or adjacent to it.  It was broken according to the insider to handle the glove he would plant at Simpson’s Rockingham residence; the blue wrapper was alleged to be all or part of an evidence collection bag used by LAPD detectives to collect evidence.  The defense would later tell Singular that they had found a piece of the fence at Nicole’s which looked as though that piece of stick had come from there.  Both items would, 7 months later, be reluctantly acknowledged by Det. Tom Lange during cross examination and cooperatively by Det. Mark Fuhrman during direct examination, of being found at Simpson’s Rockingham estate. 

     What is quite noticeable with Fuhrman when discussing his personal role in the investigation is his heightened need to make his recitation dramatic relative to any particular discovery and what appears to be a narcissistic ambivalence towards accuracy.  Notwithstanding the number of times he denied using the N-word within the prior ten years, when challenged.  Everyone, myself included, as well as the jurors thought and said in their book, Madam Foreman, that it was absurd for Fuhrman to lie about the use of the N-word, since they felt the stress of the job in the areas he was working could have provoked its usage.  However, telling that lie appeared to be no big deal to Fuhrman, as it does not appear to be in any other situation that he chooses to discuss.  He simply ignores the fact that people will fact check what he says. 

     Take Fuhrman’s remarks in his book concerning the testimonies of what he alleges that medical examiners stated about the type of knife that was used.  According to Fuhrman, as he states on page 198, Murder in Brentwood, “the testimonies of Drs. Golden, Baden, and Lakshmanan concur that the victim’s wounds were caused by a single-edge knife”.  That statement is simply not true, except in the case where the apostrophe in the word “victim’s” may be intended as an escape door for Fuhrman if challenged about the veracity of his remark, or again to shift the blame towards the interpreters of his meaning.  He’s in position with the spelling to say that he meant only Nicole Brown Simpson’s wounds and not Ron Goldman’s, and if so, his sentence would be correct since Nicole’s wounds appear to be delivered by a single edge knife. 

     However, according to another medical analyst with access to Dr. Golden’s autopsy reports, Dr. Henry S. Johnson, author and chairman of the Ocean Medical Investigative Group, states that a left handed assailant was the likely perpetrator of the wounds found on Nicole’s body.  The delivery of those 4 stab wounds to the left side of Nicole’s neck, with the sharp edge of a single edge knife pointing to the rear over her left shoulder, as well as the coup de grace, that nearly decapitated her was highly probable delivered by a left handed assailant, and not a right handed one as O.J. Simpson.   

     Goldman on the other hand appeared to be attacked by both a single edge knife delivered by a left handed assailant with two dozen double edge stab wounds to the right side of his face and neck delivered most probably by a right handed assailant.  This has been analyzed thoroughly over the last 19 years, from 1996 to 2015, by Dr. Johnson, and discussed in his year 2000 book, Double Crossed for Blood.  

     Hence, the word “victim’s” is not used in that manner to imply that Fuhrman is speaking about a single victim, since he doesn’t define who it is he’s referring.  ”Victim’s”, instead of victims’, is used incorrectly to imply that all the doctors concurred in their belief that only a single edge knife was involved in the killing of both Ron Goldman and Nicole Brown Simpson.  Yet, below is the actual medical examiner’s testimony three days after Fuhrman took the witness stand during the preliminary hearing.  On July 8, 1994 Dr. Irwin Golden, who was the only one who actually performed the autopsies stated the following words during his testimony:

Dr. Irwin Golden, Deputy Medical Examiner, Los Angeles County Coroner’s Department, July 8, 1994, O.J. Simpson Preliminary Hearing.

19      (Q)    Regarding the knife wounds, is it your finding

 20 that there were two types of knife wounds on both

 21 victims?

 22      (A)    There are two morphologically different types

 23 of stab wounds on the victims.   Namely, some of the

 24 stab wounds on the victims are indicative of a

 25 single-edged blade for the reasons that I indicated.

 26 They have both a round or blunt end and a pointed end.

 27           And other — some of the wounds have a

 28 characteristically double pointed or forked end, which


 01 would indicate that they could be made by either a blunt

 02 end instrument, or knife,

or a double sharp end

 03 instrument.   In other words, a two-edged knife.

 05           And there’s no way that my determinations can

 06 tell the difference between those, so there are two

 07 morphologically different types.

     When Mark Fuhrman discusses the time in which the glove was photographed at the South Bundy residence of Nicole, it appears that he cannot distinguish between daylight and darkness.  The official time of sunrise on Monday, June 13, 1994 was 5:41 AM, Fuhrman stated in his book that he and Detective Phillips arrived back at the Bundy murder site at approximately 7:00 to 7:15 AM at which time he allegedly asked the LAPD photographer Rolf Rokahr to take a picture of him pointing at the glove near the foot of Ron Goldman. 

It turns out that under cross examination, Rokahr admitted that the photograph of the glove he took was taken about 3 hours earlier between 4:30 and 4:40 AM, which meant that it was taken in darkness and not in daylight. 

Below is LAPD Photographer Rolf Rokahr’s testimony.

MR. NEUFELD: All right. So, sir, if, as you told me yesterday, that it was approximately 4:10 in the morning when you encountered Mr. Fuhrman at 875 Bundy at the time that he was having you take pictures of items of evidence that were in and about the green foliage, would that be sometime between 4:25 in the morning and 4:40 in the morning based on your estimate, sir?

MR. ROKAHR: I would say it’s fair.

MR. NEUFELD: Did Mr. Fuhrman–I’m sorry. Did Detective Fuhrman instruct you to take any pictures of him pointing at objects of evidence?

MR. ROKAHR: No, he didn’t. I requested him to point to the evidence.

MR. NEUFELD: Okay. And was the evidence that you requested him to point to the glove and the hat?

MR. ROKAHR: That is correct.

MR. NEUFELD: And that would be the glove and the hat at Bundy; is that correct?

MR. ROKAHR: That is correct.

MR. NEUFELD: And did you at that moment take pictures of Detective Fuhrman pointing at the glove and the hat?

MR. ROKAHR: Yes, I did.

MR. NEUFELD: And, sir, was one of the reasons that you asked Detective Fuhrman to point to the item is because it was nighttime and thus, the glove was difficult to see?

MR. ROKAHR: That is correct.

MR. NEUFELD: And as to the 34th picture, Is that Detective Fuhrman pointing at the glove?

MR. ROKAHR: That is Detective Fuhrman.

MR. NEUFELD: And in 35, is that also Detective Fuhrman pointing at the glove?

MR. ROKAHR: That is also Detective Fuhrman.

MR. NEUFELD: And those were the last two pictures you took on that first roll of film during the night at Bundy on June 13th–in the early morning hours of June 13th, 1994?

MR. ROKAHR: That is correct.

Again, it raises questions about Fuhrman’s veracity given his failure to tell the truth about what otherwise are trivial issues.

     Let us take the discovery of the glove for instance at the murder site on Bundy and examine what Fuhrman states about the glove he found there.  Fuhrman describes standing on the top landing of the front steps of Nicole’s townhouse looking east, out towards the boulevard of Bundy Drive.  Under cross examination by defense attorney Gerald Uelmen during the preliminary hearing on July 5, 1994, is what Mark Fuhrman testified to below.

 26   (Q)   And I believe you indicated that you walked

 27 out onto the sidewalk overlooking the scene where the

 28 bodies were located?


 01   (A)    Yes, yes.

 02    Q    How far would you say you were from where the

 03 bodies were located?

 04      A    I was directly above the female victim, which

 05 was probably three feet.   The male victim would have

 06 been ten feet, twelve feet.

 07      Q    All right.

 08           And from that vantage point, you first

 09 observed the glove that you told us about?

 10      A    Not first, no.

 11      Q    When did you first observe it?

 12      A    We had flashlights.   We were looking at the

 13 female victim.   We looked at the male victim.

 14           I noticed the glove when I walked around to

 15 the — after I exited the residence the first time and

 16 walked around to the side — or the north side, north

 17 perimeter of 875 Bundy.

 18           There’s an iron fence and through that iron

 19 fence you can get very close to the male victim.  And

 20 looking there I could see them down at his feet.

Furman’s allegation of when he first saw the glove is full of drama and differs drastically from the LAPD patrolman Robert Riske who was the first police officer to arrive at the murder site at approximately 12:13 AM on June 13, 1994.  Fuhrman wouldn’t arrive until 2 hours later at 2:10 AM.   Members of the Los Angeles Fire Department came to the murder site not long after Riske arrived.  There is an incident report from the LAFD 19, which records the time of death as 00:45.  Thus, officer Riske saw the glove at the murder site between 12:13 AM and 12:45 AM.  Below is what officer Riske states during his testimony on February 09, 1994 under direct examination:



Fuhrman’s claims of when he first saw the glove as cited in his above testimony is highly suspect considering not only his rambling recitation of how and when he saw them but how he first came about seeing the alleged glove.   The sidewalk tiles are 11 and ½ inches square at the Bundy site.  Thus, the location of the glove as seen in the photo of Fuhrman pointing to it at the murder site on Bundy is no more than 3 feet 6 ¼ inches away from the first step entrance to Nicole’s condo.  One glove is located partially on the side walk, approximately 7 inches from the front gate. 

How Fuhrman can say he did not see the glove until he first went outside and around to the north side fence simply sounds fabricated.   Fuhrman even states in his book, Murder in Brentwood, page 12, “Following [Officer Robert] Riske’s lead, we walked along the side of the walkway to avoid stepping in the blood or other possible evidence.  Riske shined his flashlight to point out items of possible value.  A dark-colored stocking cap and glove were beneath a small bush”.

     All of the misstatements by Fuhrman make us believe that during his preliminary hearing testimony when he states:

“ looking there I could see them down at his feet”,  his inadvertent slip of the tongue in referring to the gloves in the plural may not have been an inadvertent error at all.  Given all of the irregularities associated with several of the statements made by Fuhrman regarding the gloves, the above statement may well have been accurate.  It simply is another factor that supports our conclusion that Fuhrman was responsible for dropping that glove on Simpson’s Rockingham estate. 

Additional irregularities in information pointed out by Bozanich and Bosco concerning Jill Shively and Robert Heidstra

     According to Bosco, there was no intent on the part of Marcia Clark to go slow in this case.  He alleges that according to another deputy D.A., Peter Bozanich, and deputy D.A. Lucienne Coleman, Clark was eager to charge Simpson with murder on the afternoon of June 13, 1994 after Simpson returned from Chicago and was interviewed by Detectives Lange and Vannatter.  Allegedly, it was the District Attorney, Gil Garcetti, who decided it was too premature to arrest Simpson that day. 

     Keeping the integrity of the LADA’s office above reproach you would think would be a critical consideration for any prosecutor in the D.A.’s office.   However, those like the seasoned veteran prosecutor Bozanich who voiced their opinions about a more deliberate approach to the Simpson case, would find themselves banished to the far remote branches of the LADA’s office out on the periphery of L.A. removed from the central office politics downtown.

     It was Joseph Bosco who pointed out that the veteran detective, Phil Vannatter, made no notes while at the murder site.  It is through Bosco’s insightful interviews of the banished Deputy D.A. Peter Bozanich, who was recognized as a capable and seasoned veteran of the D.A.’s office, that we are informed that Jill Shively was a fraud.  She was the woman who allegedly saw OJ Simpson’s vehicle rapidly speeding through the intersection at Bundy and San Vicente Boulevard.  However, Bozanich’s wife received a frantic call from her ex-brother in law, who was a soap opera actor, who told her Shively was a liar and a fraud who he had sued and won.  He alleged that Jill Shively wouldn’t know her way to Brentwood, if her life depended on it.  She was also, Bozanich claimed, on probation for some felonious act.

     Marcia Clark and company would publicly claim later, after Bozanich told them of their problem with Shively, that the reason she wasn’t going to be called to testify was due to the fact that she had sold her story to a tabloid.  Bozanich says that this was not the case at all, and certainly was not accurate.  The real reason was because of Shively’s propensity to lie, and the fact that she had a criminal record. 

     It is Bosco who initially points out in his 1996 authored book that the prosecution’s witness Robert Heidstra, who he describes as that “wiry, fidgety little man, with the heavy French accent”, presented a problem for the prosecution’s precise time line for the murders.  However, it would be the ego driven, myopic investigator, William Dear in his 2012 book OJ IS INNOCENT AND I CAN PROVE IT that reveals the real difficulty that Heidstra presented for the prosecution.  With that discovery I must give him 5 stars, despite the shortcomings of his investigative work propped up with his professional name dropping.  Dear, however, got it right when investigating Heidstra.  

     The prosecution had a rigid time line they presented to the jury for the murders occurring and the perpetrator, Simpson, leaving the crime scene by 10:35 PM.   Heidstra, alleged that he was walking his dog in the alley behind Nicole’s condo when he heard a steel gate slam, a dog barking, and loud voices of a man, presumably Ron Goldman shouting Hey, Hey, Hey!  Then he claimed to have heard the voice of an older black man hollering back in harsh angry words.  The problem with Heidstra, according to Joe Bosco, is that he didn’t hear the gate slam, the dog barking, the Hey, Hey, Hey and the loud angry black man’s voice until 10:40 PM, which Bosco claimed undermined the prosecution’s precise time line for the murders completion and Simpson gone by 10:35 PM.

     William Dear, on the other hand, made contact with Robert Heidstra a year after the murder trial during his own private investigation into the Simpson matter and he had Heidstra show him exactly where he was when he claimed to have first heard the “Hey, Hey, Hey” and angry voices.    According to Dear, it turns out that Heidstra was not in the alley behind Nicole’s condo but in the alley on the block across the street and opposite of where Nicole lived.  When Dear measured the distance from the alley location where Heidstra said he was walking his dog to the crime scene at Nicole’s condominium it turns out that the fidgety little Frenchman was over 440 feet away from where he supposedly heard the sounds of “Hey, Hey, Hey!” emanating.  The distance of 440 feet again is the length of one and a half football fields from the location where the criminal activity occurred.  The thought of a person standing in the alley that far away could be certain of hearing anything allegedly coming from behind the gate of the murder site is rendered absurd.


  1. Dumbest thing I’ve ever read. You are laughably stupid.

    *Blood on sock in Simpson’s bedroom matched Nicole’s.

    *Ronald Goldman shirt fibers found in Simpsons Bronco.

    *Knit cap found at murder scene had hair fibers matching OJ Simpson’s hair. And cap also had carpet fibers matching OJ Simpson Bronco

    *Blood found in Bronco, in Simpsons driveway, and inside Simpson residence.
    *Aris Light brand gloves, size XL, were purchased for Simpson by his wife years earlier at Bloomingdale’s. Just happened to be the exact same Brandon size of gloves that they’re murderer used and left at the crime scene and the Simpson residence.

    *Cut on Simpson’s left hand(third knuckle) and murderer left blood dripping from left side of body. And Simpson when first interviewed, said he didn’t remember how he got the cut lol.

    *Bruno Magli footprints found at murder scene. Simpson just happened to own a pair of these very rare shoes, which he denied. “I’d never wear those ugly ass shoes.” Photographic evidence introduced in court showing him wearing them on the sidelines as an NFL reporter.

    *Limo driver Allen Parks arrives at Rockingham to pick up Simpson to take him to the airport and there’s no one answering the intercom. And there is no Bronco parked in the driveway. Half hour later he observes a Bronco pull up to the other entrance. A man matching Simpsons build exits Bronco and walks towards the residence. A few minutes later Simpson answers intercom says he overslept and will be out shortly.

    * Simpsons murder confession to Rosie Greer while in jail.

    And for all the fools that say that all this evidence was planted – keep in mind that first of all he was beloved by the LAPD up to that point. Absolutely no motive at all to frame him for murders he did not commit. Also, they would have had no way of knowing whether or not he had an alibi at the time of the murders, so it would be pretty damn dumb to plant evidence to try to frame someone without knowing if that person had an ironclad alibi. And at the time that this supposed evidence would have been planted, they had no way of knowing Simpsons itinerary that evening. What if he was out at the country club up until he went to the airport? What if he was out for drinks with a group of friends? Or at a charity event in full view of hundreds of people? It defies logic.

    For someone to believe that he did not commit the murders, that someone would have to be dumber than a bag of hammers.


    1. Dumbest thing I’ve ever read. You are laughably stupid.
      Brian it is you, unfortunately, along with others who cannot help being reduced to being victims of ignorant stupidity regarding this historical case of the latter 20th century. Fortunately, however, much of your pitiful ignorance is not your own fault, IMO, you and the masses have been targets of a reckless and dangerous charade.
      What has driven us over the last 25 years is the continual accumulation of a shelf of knowledge and evidence that we (OMIG — Ocean Medical Investigative Group) investigators continue to compile in this case. It has caused us to realize that it was intentionally crafted to keep people like you hostile and ignorant by presenting you with a false narrative similar in structure to a classic 16th and 17th century European based short story whose delivery is intended to achieve the objective that it has, by instilling anger and neutralizing deductive reasoning. However, to believe the absurdities alleging Simpson’s guilt that many of you do believe requires the ongoing process of sworn officers of the court continuing to conceal what amounts to a plethora of exculpatory evidence. Each of those false assumptions you have presented and have asserted as presumed empirical truths I will attempt to address in the following paragraphs below with counter revelations hidden from you and the general public.
      *Blood on sock in Simpson’s bedroom matched Nicole’s.
      The blood on the socks is at the root of a present ongoing investigative matter concerning OMIG and former members of the FBI’s laboratory, (2 scientists and 2 agents) who approached and induced another agent by the name of Frederic Whitehurst to file a complaint in his name rather than theirs with the Office of the Inspector General of the USDOJ, interim case file number Office of the Inspector General case number 9403575. This case file involved allegations by the lab scientists that agent Roger Martz offered perjured testimony about the contaminated blood found on the socks in Simpson’s bedroom and blood swatch 47 taken from the back gate at the Bundy murder site belonging to OJ Simpson. It appears that Martz did not actually conduct the tests on the blood, nor establish the protocols for testing the blood for the contamination found in the blood, the highly concentrated anti-clotting preservative EDTA. The EDTA indicated that the blood did not come directly from either O.J. Simpson’s or Nicole Brown Simpson body directly falling onto the murder site, but came from a blood collection vile. Agent Martz, a biologist, allegedly took the results from the chemists within the FBI laboratory who performed the tests for which he was the Unit Chief. Martz allegedly took the conclusions back to his office and changed them to align with the letter request of deputy D.A. Rockne Harmon that the FBI Laboratory received in late January 1995 requesting that the FBI test the blood and refute the allegation that there was any EDTA contamination whatsoever in the blood samples sent to them, from blood swatches 47 and the blood of Nicole Brown Simpson found on Simpson socks in a second round of police photos taken of the bedroom floor at Simpson’s Rockingham estate. When agent Roger Martz took the witness stand under oath he is alleged by the other scientists in the lab to have lied and committed perjury regarding his initial testimony denying that he did not find EDTA in the blood samples sent to him at the FBI Laboratory. After filing the complaint on the behalf of the lab scientists with the Inspector General of the USDOJ, agent Fred Whitehurst was subsequently subpoenaed by the now informed defense to come to Los Angeles with his attorney, and remained there for 8 days waiting to be called by the Simpson defense to take the witness stand to testify against another FBI agent, Martz, as a liar. However, this was something that the Director of the FBI, Louis Freeh, did not want to take place because of it undermining the perceived integrity that the FBI has, so he sent his top counsel to negotiate with the defense to keep Whitehurst from taking the witness stand and testifying openly against another agent who had committed perjury. Whitehurst upon being interviewed by OMIG investigators told them he had been outside the courtroom sitting for hours until all of the lawyers came out, and told him that his services would not be needed that he could return to Washington D.C. After which, upon his return, the FBI would finally end their decade long battle with Whitehurst who had filed almost 200 complaints regarding the corruption, and unprofessional conduct of agents relative to the FBI laboratory, and offered him a million dollars if he would step down from the FBI until his official retirement age of 57 when he could draw his full pension.
      That issue of contaminated blood arose from an anonymous insider within the LAPD who brought the information to author Stephen Singular in a hotel room in Denver, a thousand miles from the crime site on Aug 1, 1994, a month and a half after the murders took place, 6 months before the trial would begin. However, paramount to the LAPD anonymous insider was the admonition that Singular was to give this information only to the defense team since the anonymous LAPD insider considered the justice system of Los Angeles County to be utterly corrupt. He cautioned Singular that none of the blood was to be trusted, that blood swatches 47 and 48 should be tested for contamination with a blood preservative called EDTA. This information was not to be given to the prosecution but only to the defense who were to be implored to test the blood. Singular stated that during his 3 months relationship before falling out with the defense he implored them over 20 times to test the blood which they chose not to do. However, the allegations of contaminated blood would inadvertently reach the prosecution when Singular’s publisher/owner of Dove Books, Michael Viner, along with his attorney in tow, approached the DA’s office, through Christopher Darden on or around Nov. 1, 1994, and told him of the allegations of Singular that the blood had been planted as it allegedly came from a blood collection vile. It was the deputy D.A. on loan from northern California’s Alameda County, Oakland Office, Rockne Harmon, who decided to vociferously declare that he was going to run the charlatan Stephen Singular out of town on a rail since he was now going to insist that the blood be tested by the FBI. OMIG believes that Harmon did this to protect his own ass from a potential obstruction of justice conspiracy, since he was allegedly treated as an outsider on loan as a DNA expert from northern California and not included in the daily meeting sessions of the LA cabal of prosecutors now being led by Marcia Clark. Again, it was deputy D.A. Rockne Harmon who wrote the letter to the FBI around the end of January 1995 that insisted that they test the blood and refute totally that the blood was contaminated whatsoever with EDTA.
      *Knit cap found at murder scene had hair fibers matching OJ Simpson’s hair. And cap also had carpet fibers matching OJ Simpson Bronco.
      The same anonymous LAPD insider who brought the information to Stephen Singular regarding the blood being contaminated with EDTA and planted at the crime sites told Singular about the knit cap that looked like it had been on the ground in that location for several weeks and not a garment that was recently discarded during a physical altercation at the Bundy murder site hours earlier. Also, OJ had a son by Nicole that he doted on who had hair like his father and was also noted to have ridden in his father’s vehicles who likely may have cast the knit cap aside weeks earlier. The absurdity that OJ would don a knit cap in the first place and then go to an intended crime site and throw it on the ground simply is fodder for befuddled fools needing to satisfy an urge for a public lynching.

      *Aris Light brand gloves, size XL, were purchased for Simpson by his wife years earlier at Bloomingdale’s. Just happened to be the exact same Brandon size of gloves that they’re murderer used and left at the crime scene and the Simpson residence. * Bruno Magli footprints found at murder scene. Simpson just happened to own a pair of these very rare shoes, which he denied. “I’d never wear those ugly ass shoes.” Photographic evidence introduced in court showing him wearing them on the sidelines as an NFL reporter.
      F. Lee Bailey stated that he tried on the gloves during a break at the trial and went back and told the other attorneys to bait Chris Darden in having Simpson try them on, since he knew that those gloves were tight on his hands that there was no way that they would fit Simpson’s enormous hands. What many of you people engage in is subjective assumptions being objective conclusions. When you speak of a size, i.e. size XL or any other size, you are not talking about specific dimensions you are talking about an abstract assumption that a size XL should automatically fit someone like Simpson. What if his hands are larger than an XL? Many of us who watched the glove demonstration could see the uncomfortable fit that those gloves represented in an attempt to fit on Simpson’s gigantic hands. However, the seduction of the false narrative with its subtle racial undertones will make many of you make anything fit despite how they may appear to the eye sight of normal people.
      The same thing is true about the shoe size that the FBI agent Bill Bodziak attempted to sell to the public, again citing size is an abstract and any discussion about whether a person wears a certain size without actually measuring the dimensions of their actual foot is a subjective non-conclusive assumption meant to entice the belief of a bunch of fools who believe that they know something conclusive. However, agent Bodziak provided a feeble-minded excuse as to why he did not go to the jail and measure Simpson’s foot. OMIG investigators know that agent Bodziak had access to the same police photos of the alleged Bruno Magli shoeprints contained within the 11 and ½ inch square sidewalk tiles that graphically ran from front to back as the side walk down Nicole Simpson’s property. OMIG attained a copy of the alleged size 12 shoe soles from the Italian manufacturer Silga as well as attained a tracing of Simpson’s foot. You can see from other articles OMIG investigators have posted on this WordPress website that the shoe soles are too small for Simpson’s foot, and that his toes and his arches extend beyond the border of the shoe sole. Had either the defense or the prosecution chose to insist on Simpson trying on the size 12 Bruno Magli shoe brought to trial by FBI agent Bodziak that demonstration would have been more embarrassing than that atrocious demonstration of attempting to get Simpson’s hand into the Aris brand XL gloves.
      Furthermore, there was no way for the FBI agent, Bodziak, to conclusively know whether the shoes that made the bloody prints at the South Bundy murder site were made by a rare Bruno Magli brand of shoes or at least 20 other shoe brands to which the shoe sole manufacturer, SILGA, sold the same SILGA U2887 shoe soles to and were attached to brands like LORDS shoes and others. If you watch the documentary SERPENTS RISING: An Independent Investigation of the Simpson Murder Trial you will see the demonstration by an OMIG investigator showing what happens after the shoe sole steps in blood. The location of the shoe brand’s identity, whether Bruno Magli or LORD, etc. is removed from touching the ground because of its location in front of the raised heel that is a part of the SILGA U2887 shoe sole’s construction.
      The photos of Simpson allegedly wearing the Bruno Magli Lorenzo model shoe were never introduced during the FBI agent Bodziak’s presentation during the criminal trial and probably arose in time to save his lying ass during the civil trial a year later. Bodziak started investigating the shoe prints in the sidewalk tiles 3 months before he would ask his Los Angeles Field Office local director to go to the LAPD and ask them to invite him to come into the case based on his alibi that the FBI had more resources that the LAPD might not have nor the ability to afford to investigate the case. Bodziak certainly knew by looking at the shoe soles within the 11 and ½ inch square sidewalk tiles that Simpson’s foot did not fit in those shoes. His feet were too large even for the size 12/size 46 SILGA shoe soles on the Bruno Magli shoes. Those shoe soles measure 12 and ¼ inches in length, Simpson’s foot measures 12 and 1/8 inches and extends beyond the toe where it begins to narrow at 11 and ½ inches. However, by Sept. 27, 1994 when Bodziak sent that communication to the LAFO director he already had gone through all of the retail outlets, over 40 in the US who sold Bruno Magli Shoes.
      They knew who could fit in those shoes by then and went further in asking questions through the Denver FBI office in Colorado than any other state in the US in identifying someone who purchased multiple pairs of those size 12/size 46 Bruno Magli Lorenzo model shoes. However, OMIG knows they asked whether that person was issued a Colorado drivers license. They did not approach any other state’s DMV or ask that question of anyone else in any other state that sold Bruno Maglis, however, the name is redacted in the FBI document regarding that investigation. Colorado is significant to OMIG because a number of the people associated with the Mezzaluna Restaurant in Brentwood resided in or were associated with Colorado. The operational manager of the three Mezzaluna Restaurants, Brentwood and Beverly Hills that are connected to the wholly owned subsidiary out of Aspen, Colorado, Keith Zlomsowitch, was a resident of Colorado. The young man who got Ron Goldman his job at the Mezzaluna and was murdered a year after Ron was killed, in September of 1995, Michael Nigg, was from a suburb of Denver, Gunnison, Colorado. Nicole met Keith Zlomsowitch in Aspen, Colorado and then invited him when he moved over to California to live at her Condo on Gretna Green. Keith Zlomswowitch allegedly had prior criminal issues associated with drugs and would not be called as a witness during the Simpson trial. When Keith Zlomsowitch was preparing to marry a noted Hiedi Fleiss Hollywood prostitute, Nicole would give a pre-nuptial party for him at her condo. Kato Kaelin saw people continually going back and forth upstairs and asked Nicole why they were doing that and was told that that was where the cocaine was. That is in Kato Kaelin’s book regarding the Simpson case. Hence, someone we suspect the FBI knows fit in those Bruno Magli shoes but they knew that it was not OJ, yet several agents were caught by Judge Ito who had a record of testifying falsely to assist prosecutors and doing what agent Fred Whitehurst was prepared to testify to under oath, that they have continually engaged in framing innocent individuals.
      Furthermore, based on the civil trial testimony we found that the negatives that are the basis for those infamous photographs of Simpson allegedly wearing Bruno Magli shoes in Buffalo remained outside of the United States for over 6 months and happened to be allegedly left on board a Concorde flight that left them in a European nation noted for their expertise in photo manipulation. Robert Groden the expert witness called during the Simpson civil trial adequately debunked the credibility of Simpson actually wearing Bruno Magli shoes in that photograph taken at Bills stadium. However, nothing is unacceptable for the most gullible. The shoes are made of brushed suede and the day that the photos were taken was one of a blustery wind driven rainy day in Buffalo. Nothing but a bumbaclot fool would assume that OJ Simpson would not have enough sense to wear a $2oo pair of suede shoes out in the rain. The second set of photos with Simpson standing with the Monday Morning Football club purpost to have him wearing Bruno Magli shoes as well. However, those shoes with their round toe causes a higher front and do not appear to be Bruno Magli shoes. The SILGA shoe sole has a pointed toe and not a round toe, making the shoe sleeker, more streamlined, and appear closer to the ground than the rising bulbous toe of a round toe athletic shoe sole. Simpson clearly is shown in the Buffalo, NY second photo wearing a round toe athletic shoe with the high rising bulbous front toe of the shoes.
      *Ronald Goldman shirt fibers found in Simpsons Bronco.
      Everything found in the Bronco is questionable and suspect:
      The Bronco was never kept in a secure location for the first two months while at the OPG (Official Police Garage) impound lot of Viertels. That is why the police commission sent the detective Lieutenant Kelly Muldorfer to Viertels to investigate and insist that the Bronco as evidence must be placed behind a secured area of the garage since it was considered crucial evidence for the upcoming Simpson trial. However, by August 1994 when Detective Muldorfer went there several unknown people visiting the police impound yard had access to entering the Bronco. This access included the interior garage tow truck driver, John Meraz, who prompted the police commission sending Kelly Muldorfer there and he was charged with trespassing and stealing vital insurance documents belonging to Simpson out of his glove compartment. Others entered the unsecured vehicle as well, including the auction car buyer, William Blazini, who stated under oath that he had climbed into the vehicle out of curiosity due to all of the alleged blood being cited in the vehicle but saw none. Each one of these people, Blazini, Meraz, and including Detective Muldorfer, would testify under oath that they saw no blood when they entered the Bronco.
      LOS ANGELES (AP) _ Poor evidence handling and lax security around O.J. Simpson’s police-impounded Ford Bronco raise serious doubts about the trustworthiness of critical blood stains found in the vehicle, a defense expert testified today.
      *Cut on Simpson’s left hand(third knuckle) and murderer left blood dripping from left side of body. And Simpson when first interviewed, said he didn’t remember how he got the cut lol.
      Your seduction by the false narrative camouflages your own stupidity. Simpson stated that he cut his finger previously inside the Bronco attempting to retrieve his cell phone, and may have dropped blood on the ground as a result. However, the only blood drops found by police were the alleged 8 drops found immediately inside the gate that turn north towards the entry into his house. The detectives including Fuhrman testified that they saw no blood drops leading to or away from where the glove was found. That location of the glove is approximately 70 yards straight to the east, or 210 feet in from the Rockingham gate down a long walkway to the guest house on the rear of the main house where Kato Kaelin was living. How does your feeble mind conclude a person whose adrenalin was pumping and bleeding fail to leave any blood for a distance coming and going that is one and a half times the length of an NFL football field? The doctors who reexamined Simpson’s cut on his left finger stated that it was not consistent with a knife cut but because of its raggedness was consistent with what Simpson initially stated of cutting his finger on a broken piece of glass when he got the word his wife was murdered while in Chicago. Furthermore, the exit wounds in the autopsy report showing the 4 deep stab wounds into the left side of Nicole’s neck with the blunt edge of the knife facing eyes-forward and the sharp edge facing behind her over her left shoulder, is indicative of her being killed by a person wielding a single-edge knife in their left hand, and not a right handed assailant attacking her, as OJ is right handed. It is beyond the likelihood that an assailant wielding a single-edge knife in their left hand would have the ability to cut a finger on their left hand.
      *Limo driver Allen Parks arrives at Rockingham to pick up Simpson to take him to the airport and there’s no one answering the intercom. And there is no Bronco parked in the driveway. Half hour later he observes a Bronco pull up to the other entrance. A man matching Simpsons build exits Bronco and walks towards the residence. A few minutes later Simpson answers intercom says he overslept and will be out shortly.
      Nowhere in Parks’ testimony does he state that an hour later he observes a Bronco pull up at the other entrance. He has already testified that during the darkness of night around 10:50 PM he could not see beyond the Northwest corner of the garage closest to the house’s entry at Rockingham looking in from the Ashford gate. He is certainly unable to see to the other entrance on Rockingham where he is now parked at a 90-degree angle on Ashford street at that gate entrance which he stated he considered easier to drive in as opposed to driving in from the Rockingham gate entrance. Nor does Parks say that a man matching Simpson’s build exits the Bronco when he is ultimately seen by Parks approaching out of the darkness and approaching the house’s dimly lighted entry area. Allen Parks did not say that he saw a Bronco pull up at the other entrance, that is something amounting to a waste of time your creative feeble mind has invented.
      The problem that you are still confronted with even if this fraudulent narrative of yours was accurate is that his wife has been stated to have been alive receiving a phone call at approximately 11PM as stated by the father, Lou Brown on June 13th around 7 AM, and Juditha Brown to Robert Shapiro on June 15th during the wake, and the defense investigators who told Shapiro to ask her himself apparently on June 14th, and F. Lee Bailey who went on the CBS Morning show on June 27, 1994 and stated that she was on the phone after receiving a call from her mother Juditha Brown at 11PM. Since the phone records were surreptitiously removed from the Simpson case file by the prosecutor Bill Hodgman on April 24, 1998, it renders their presumed stipulated time of a 09:37 PM and 09:40 call to Nicole as being absurd given the California Dept of Transportation (CALTrans) highway data for the I-405 for the date of June 12, 1994 between the Brown departure time of 8-9PM. The traffic volume reflects an average speed of less than 30 MPH for at least 8 miles and reflects a drive time of about 2 hours between Brentwood and the Brown family home at Dana Point, Orange County. So, if they left Brentwood as the testimony indicated by 3 Mezzaluna employee witnesses of between 8:30 and 9:00 PM, or 8:45ish according to the waitress, Tia Gavin, for the Brown 10 member party, they would have arrived closer to 11PM than anywhere near 09:37 PM.
      * Simpsons murder confession to Rosie Greer while in jail.
      Nothing was entered as testimony by Rosie Greer that Simpson confessed to him of murdering Nicole Brown Simpson. Rosie Greer would be seen at Simpson’s residence by OMIG investigators on occasions of their questioning Simpson happily playing cards with he and others on multiple occasions after the murder trial had ended. I doubt that such a relationship would have remained had either engaged in what you have alleged above. Again, you are under the seduction of the false narrative and are pleased to run with hearsay rather than any type of empirical evidence that indicates that Simpson murdered either of the two victims. Based on other peoples remarks Nicole was associating with bad company, and like the excitement of doing so apparently. According to Kato she was a chain smoker and a hard Tequila drinker that caused her to become belligerent and combative when she drank too much. Furthermore, according to Kato she did not have a problem with throwing parties and allowing people to use an upstairs bedroom to partake in cocaine. So, you must pull your head out of your ass and be more objective in analyzing the background of these people that could have led to these events. Documents sealed by another judge these fraudsters seem to keep in their back pocket revealed that Nicole had an proximate relationship with the serial killer now on Florida’s death row, named Glen Edward Rogers. That document that OMIG investigators attained access is the civil service grievance transcript of deputy DA Lea P. D’Agostino case file 97-222 sealed Nov. 10, 1997 that transcript contains references to a proximate relationship between Rogers and Nicole Brown Simpson much of it redacted. Rogers had allegedly painted the condo for which she resided, however, the redactions appear to lend more to their relationship than just the professional encounter. D’Agostino was formally grieving being removed as the lead prosecutor in the Glen Rogers murder trial once she got the California governor to help get Rogers transferred from death row in Florida back to California to stand trial for the Sandra Gallagher murder of 1995. Rogers has stated in correspondences with OMIG investigators that he knew Nicole Brown Simpson. So she got around, and apparently enjoyed the excitement of bad boys. However, Los Angeles Prosecutors appeared to be concerned about what Rogers might say if he remained incarcerated on death row in California so they had virtually a secret trial in 1999, convicted him, and shipped him back to Florida’s death row.
      And for all the fools that say that all this evidence was planted – keep in mind that first of all he was beloved by the LAPD up to that point. Absolutely no motive at all to frame him for murders he did not commit.
      That is simply another myth of feeble minded folks like you. Simpson already was aware of certain resentments by police officers due to his being married to a white woman and had received certain threats that he did not take lightly but still went on attempting to live his life. He wasn’t beloved by all the police of the LAPD, and I will bet you was not beloved by the neo-Nazi faction that Andrew Purdy, Fuhrman’s partner spoke about, or that the anonymous LAPD insider spoke about to Stephen Singular that were in higher command positions protecting corrupt and brutal officers like Fuhrman, or that Nazi faction of the LAPD others have spoken about like Harvey Levin the prior local CBS newsman later creator of TMZ who spoke of an Adolf Hitler Birthday party celebrated on April 20th by a large contingent of LAPD officers at a West side bar in LA. No was Simpson loved by the neo-Nazi, Fuhrman, himself who Andrew Purdy spoke of donning Nazi paraphernalia and parading around the West Side Precinct in such attire on the weekends. Fuhrman cannot explain away his intimate relationship with Simpson’s ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, whose breast job enhancement he bragged about seeing with other members of the LAPD at social gatherings, according to detective Maxwell and others of the LAPD. He discussed those intimate details long before she was dead and well before it was posted in the autopsy protocol of Nicole Brown Simpson. Only a fool would make such an all-encompassing ill-informed remark in the first place, stop being a fool. Fuhrman would have had significant reason to frame Simpson due to the intimacy of his alleged relationship with Nicole, and his thoughts regarding Simpson along with his racial prejudice in general as testified by multiple witnesses who did not know one another who testified during trial to their encounters with Mark Fuhrman. Those that testified regarding Fuhrman’s heinous racist conduct and vile use of racial epitaphs particularly against blacks included Kathleen Bell, Roderic Hodge, Natalie Singer, as well as the woman who taped him Laura Hart McKinney who believed he was speaking from his true racist heart while telling his LAPD stories on tape strewn continuously with vile acts against blacks and constant racial epitaphs.
      Also, they would have had no way of knowing whether or not he had an alibi at the time of the murders, so it would be pretty damn dumb to plant evidence to try to frame someone without knowing if that person had an ironclad alibi. And at the time that this supposed evidence would have been planted, they had no way of knowing Simpsons itinerary that evening. What if he was out at the country club up until he went to the airport? What if he was out for drinks with a group of friends? Or at a charity event in full view of hundreds of people? It defies logic.

      The glove was allegedly planted on the second occasion of Mark Fuhrman going to Simpson’s Rockingham estate during the wee hours after the murders took place according to the anonymous LAPD insider in Singular’s biography of the case, Legacy of Deception. Fuhrman appeared to be angered, based on his book Murder in Brentwood resenting after 19 years being passed over for promotion as a top detective. After being informed by his supervisor Phillips 30 minutes after their arrival at the murder site that Robbery Homicide would be taking charge of the case, and that they were simply to be available to help out, triggered Fuhrman’s motivation to become indispensable to the case. He received that news at around 02:45 AM, and testified that they simply stood out in the street for two hours doing nothing until Detectives Vannatter and Lange arrived around 4:30 AM. However, according to the anonymous LAPD insider in Singular’s LEGACY OF DECEPTION Fuhrman and another detective went to Simpson’s Rockingham estate supposedly looking for evidence around 3 AM and got into a heated argument, an argument that was allegedly heard by the Hispanic maid next door, Rosa Lopez, after failing to find anything and knowing they were in potential trouble for leaving one crime site and contaminating another with their presence. Fuhrman would allegedly convince Vannatter and Lange there was a reason to go to Simpson’s house later that morning around 5AM, after their arrival at the Bundy murder site. All of them violating the rule against contaminating another crime site. About 45 minutes earlier, around 4:15 AM Fuhrman had engaged the LAPD photographer Rolf Rokahr to take the infamous photo of what would later be determined to be the matching glove. Fuhrman would lie under oath and state that he was ordered by Detective Vannatter to return to the murder site at 7:00 AM and to seek out the photographer to take that photo after going to Simpson’s Rockingham estate and allegedly finding the glove at around 6AM. So, once again, I would say that your assumption in terms of whether Fuhrman and others who participated in this frame up did not know the coast was clear to frame Simpson is again wrong. That morning they had all the information needed to perpetrate this fraud.
      For someone to believe that he did not commit the murders, that someone would have to be dumber than a bag of hammers.
      No, you are wrong and simply have offered a bunch of anecdotal hearsay evidence undermined by the truth when its erroneous assumptions regarding evidence are researched thoroughly. Something that OMIG and its investigators would simply have to do that you and others, and particularly the press have failed to do, and that is their due diligence. Failing in analyzing all of the evidence in this case beyond the hearsay that appears to be the sugar coating on top of this false narrative with its very seductive and disarming racial undertones, powerful enough to turn wise men into fools who simply have been mollified into letting their guard down. The disarming elixir that impacts the psyche of a large group of people is the essence of the subliminal narrative that implies that white folks have given Simpson the only thing they could give to someone they have admired, and regaled as their hero, yet one who was already ennoble and a multi-millionaire. There was little or nothing else they could presumably give to Simpson to show their admiration, other than the one thing they had left, something abstract; the only thing in this culture that can make a white man white. The subliminal perception is that they gave him a white woman and the only reason for the 25-year continual interest. The belief that he had destroyed this valuable gift given to a man of color was enough to blind them and destroy all sense of reasoning while enraging whites to a frenzy and believing the most absurd allegations attributed to a middle-aged man, with surgically wrecked knees, a limp, up against two spry and wiry young adults, one a martial arts trainee half his age. However, when it comes to the subtleties of race in this society, people will believe the most fantastic assertions. Hence, race has always been a delicate influential issue even when it is denied. In my opinion, it is a legacy of 250 years slavery and another 100 years of Jim Crow discriminatory policies that has shaped the nation. In order to rapidly build the industrial-agricultural infrastructure of the United States in the 19th century that centered around producing the addictive agricultural commodities in Europe of cotton, sugar and tobacco, required perpetual slavery, and to get around the moral indignation associated with so called Christian ethos, it then involved the dehumanization of people of color and presenting them as something less than human as a justification for perpetual slavery. The residual effects of all of this have not totally gone away and exist in the primordial sensory regions of the human mind and impact the Simpson case a quarter century after the fact. Unfortunately, you appear to be a victim of it yourself by a willingness to accept simple minded hearsay, unfounded anecdotal evidence, in this outrageous case of the 20th century. However, the door is open for me to hear your rebuttals as I have shared mine in regard to yours…..Maddogg


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