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Date: 26 Feb 1999
Remote Name: dyn1-tnt14-193.detroit.mi.ameritech.net
I think you've done a terrific job. I don't think Shipp ever sorted out in his own mind the role he was playing. He was no Othello in the real world. He was Rodrego. But the extent to which he saw himself in OJ's place is the extent to which he could be manipulated the way Rodrego and Othello were by a real Iago--his "old friend" Mark Fuhrman. Othello, in this case had more in common with Geraldo Revera. OJ was Cassio.
All of this information you've uncovered on Murphy's Ranch needs to be explored further. We need some names. I think you are right about the iceberg beneath the Bundy murders. You might want to see what you can find out about the Police Protective League--at least the members who voted for Fuhrman as their representative. There isn't much about Fuhrman that a coincidence can explain more convincingly than a plan, especially where powerful symbols are involved. I don't think that Sydney Simpson's attendance at the Paul Revere Middle School would have been overlooked by the Bunch you're talking about. I do know that the month of June keeps popping up in connection with the movies the Bundy murders seemed to have been made up of (June 2, The Naked Gun; June 15th, Guilty Conscience and Double Indemnity. Ricochet doesn't mention a month but it does mention the 12th. James Bird was tortured and killed in June. He was about OJ's age. The men who killed him put a lot of stock in symbols. I wonder what they thought of the Bundy murders...and Paul Revere. --Jasper