The OJ Simpson farce. Decades later.

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The OJ Simpson farce. Decades later.

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Where Are They Now: The O.J. Simpson Cast

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Remember the white Ford Bronco(s)?

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https://observer.com/2016/04/the-secret ... taway-car/

A DNA legal expert was on loan to the Los Angeles District Attorney's Office from the San Diego District Attorney's Office.

Earlier in the day, tow truck driver Bernie Douroux testified that he towed Simpson's Bronco from Simpson's home to the LAPD garage. Prosecutors wanted to show he found the car locked to discredit the defense claim that evidence was planted in the vehicle.

Prosecutors also said a stain found on the steering wheel of Simpson's white Ford Bronco contains a mixture of DNA from Simpson and someone who may not be connected to the case. The mixture is inconsistent with the DNA of the two murder victims. It could have come from anyone who drove Simpson's car, they said.

It should be noted that there were two white Bronco’s involved in this case. Simpson had one that belonged to Hertz, of which he was a spokesperson for up until the chase. That Bronco was found at Simpson’s estate with blood from Brown and Goldman.

It was used as evidence and later destroyed. Al Cowlings owned a separate white Bronco, the one in which the chase took place. Interestingly enough, that Bronco was parked uncovered from 1995 until 2012 in an LA parking garage without moving more than 20 miles since the chase and most people didn’t even know it was THAT Bronco.

The Bronco has now been in and out of museums and is reported to have just over 35,000 miles on it. It is currently in possession of three investors who rent the Bronco out and are open to selling, when the price is right.

However at the trial, officers unconnected to the investigation testified that they did not observe any blood whilst internally inspecting the vehicle in broad daylight at the police garage.

Startlingly, the vehicle was also broken into twice whilst impounded by the police, casting further suspicion on the provenance of the blood evidence inside.
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The whole "chain of custody" for material evidence (forensics) was deliberately violated over and over again in this case.
We repeat:

Startlingly, the vehicle was also broken into twice whilst impounded by the police, casting further suspicion on the provenance of the blood evidence inside.
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