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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.
(Las Vegas: Ted Rowlands) The judgment day in Las Vegas for O.J. Simpson at the preliminary hearing about the robbery at a hotel room examined; scenes shown from inside the courtroom; details given about witnesses memorabilia dealer Bruce Fromong and Thomas Riccio, who organized the encounter. [In court, voice of RICCIO - testifies about what O.J. wanted.] O.J.'s reaction to the hotel room audiotape discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN legal analyst and AP's Linda Deutsch about the Simpson case; inset scenes from inside and outside the courtroom shown. [From Las Vegas, DEUTSCH - talks about this bizarre breed of memorabilia dealers with Fromong looking for a deal all over and how Riccio is a character out of a movie who planned this "caper gone bad"; indicates the key thing was that only O.J. did not want money: that he just wanted his stuff back.] [TOOBIN - comments on Fromong's testimony; calls it a rinkydink criminal case based on the evidence presented.] Other material: [FROMONG - testifies about what O.J. said in the hotel room.]
- Cooper, Anderson;
- Rowlands, Ted
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