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Simpson Trail / Jury Tampering #368756

CBS Evening News for Monday, Apr 01, 1996
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Los Angles: Bill Whitaker) The investigation by the Los Angeles district attorney's office into allegations of jury tampering by the defense in the O.J. Simpson trial updated; details given concerning the authenticity of an anonymous letter that led to the dismissal of juror Francine Florio-Bunten during the trial. [Defense attorney Robert SHAPIRO - comments.] [FLORIO- BUNTEN - says she is not writing a book.] [Chief defense investigator Pat McKENNA - says he did not write the letter.] [Dismissed juror Jeannette HARRIS - says there is no doubt that someone tampered with the jury.] [Former Simpson attorney Alan DERSHOWITZ, law professor/former prosecutor Laurie LEVENSON - comment.]

Rather, Dan;
Whitaker, Bill

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