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Los Angeles, California / Simpson Murder Case / The Trial #365241

CBS Evening News for Friday, Sep 01, 1995
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(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Jerry Bowen) The furious counterattack by the defense in the O.J. Simpson murder trial on former police detective Mark Fuhrman following Judge Lance Ito's decision to limit the portions of the "Fuhrman tapes" to be presented to the jury featured. [Defense attorneys Johnnie COCHRAN, Gerald UELMEN, F. Lee BAILEY - complain to Ito concerning his decision.] [Law professor/former prosecutor Laurie LEVENSON - comments.] [ITO - addresses the jury about the delays.]

(Studio: John Roberts) The reaction of black leaders to the Fuhrman tapes noted. [Community activist Danny BAKEWELL - says there is a racism coverup.]

(Studio: John Roberts) Conjecture and commentary on the Simpson trial featured. [CBS News consultant Dominick DUNNE - comments on the Simpson case.]

Bowen, Jerry;
Roberts, John

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