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I can find no record that anyone called "the police"-not Nicole and not Westec. That's one reason the community used Westec, to keep tacky incidents like that quiet. The only report of what happened and when was the one Fuhrman made in 1989 to augment John Edwards' report on the New Years Day 1989 incident. Fuhrman is the one who said it happened in 1985.
I think that most people accepted Fuhrman's date for the same reason I did. O.J. is horrible with dates. He got the wrong date for when he joined the cast of HBO's 1st & Ten. He got his own birthday wrong. But he was right about the time Nicole called Westec and he had good reason to remember because Nicole was pregnant in the fall of '85 and rarely left the house for the rest of the year. The bottom line is this: no one checked the records of when the Mercedes was repaired. It's Fuhrman's word against O.J.'s and the information you recovered puts the weight of credibility solidly on O.J.'s side.
If nobody called the police, how did Fuhrman get there unless he was monitoring O.J.'s estate or a friend at Westec called him? During the civil trial, Mark Day, who was a Westec security officer at the time, came forward to back up Fuhrman's story. The trouble is, he went too far and mixed in elements of John Edwards story about the '89 incident. Bob Baker called him on it and he ended up looking foolish. Mark Fuhrman did not mention Mark Day in his book. --Jasper