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(Studio: Catherine Crier) Report introduced.
(Los Angeles: Bill Redeker) Courtroom hearings in the O.J. Simpson murder case focusing on the handling of evidence featured; scenes shown from L.A. superior court Judge Lance Ito's court. [LAPD criminalists Collin YAMAUCHI, Andrea MAZZOLA - respond to defense questions.]
(Studio: Catherine Crier) The grand jury investigation of the possible criminal activity of Simpson's friend Al Cowlings noted.
(Los Angeles: Brian Ross) The link of Cowlings to Los Angeles drug figure Joseph Ippolito, who has been tied to the Mafia, examined in detail; scenes shown of the figures in question. [Disguised FBI INFILTRATOR - cites the link.] [Cowlings' lawyer Donald RE - defends Cowlings and Ippolito.] [Organized crime specialist Steve BERTUCELLI - talks about Ippolito.]
- Crier, Catherine;
- Redeker, Bill;
- Ross, Brian
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