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Eye On America (Simpson Murder Case / Fuhrman) #353639

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 12, 1994
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(Studio: Dan Rather) The continuation of the jury selection process in the O.J. Simpson murder case and expected rulings by Judge Lance Ito this Friday on evidence admissibility reported.

(Los Angeles: Reed Galin) LAPD detective Mark Fuhrman's role in the Simpson trial featured; racial attitudes in Fuhrman's hometown of Eatonville, WA, examined. [Eatonville newspaper columnist Dixie WALTERS - comments with regard to accusations of racism against Fuhrman.] [Black resident of Eatonville Daniel BLUE - comments.] [In court, defense attorney Robert SHAPIRO - states that race will not be a trial issue.] [In court, defense attorney Johnnie COCHRAN - accuses Fuhrman of racial animosity.] [Former suspect Joseph BRITTON - comments re: Fuhrman's conduct.] [Professor Marvin ENQUIST - comments with regard to the accusation that Fuhrman planted a bloody glove at Simpson's estate.] [Fuhrman's BROTHER - talks about his brother.]

Galin, Reed;
Rather, Dan

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