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Time: 8:58:45 AM
All, I agree Joe Bosco is extremely balanced in his reporting and is very fair to all.
I think what was important to him was that he caught the prosecution "cheating" and wanted to expose it.
I do agree with Jasper, however, that if in the back of your mind you believe that OJ is guilty in some way or that he knew of the Wasz plot by Kardashian and participated in it, that the "small" details that might be very important might slip by him.
I am not saying that it would be a deliberate thing. Not at all. I think if he found exculpatory evidence to prove OJ innocent, we would SEE and HEAR about it from him. However, it is a matter of HOW you LOOK at the evidence. In this area, he might be a bit weak or naturally not looking at it in the same manner someone else who did not have a built in idea that OJ had something to do with this would.
I am glad to hear from Pat this AM that Bosco hasn't got the dying passion about his guilt that I was afraid was there. It is good to know about his remarks about OJ's guilt or innocence and what exactly is the evidence to say he did know about this plot or more.
And as Kari says this AM, if he were in on the plot, he certainly didn't "plot" for his blood and hat and gloves (or those taken to be his) to be on the scene. He didn't "plot" to frame himself.
I often think of Wasz's belief that he was to be "caught" at the scene and killed by cops. Hence, like Oswald there would have been NO trial and his guilt would have been the "accepted" thing.
When you think of June 17th and the Bronco chase ending at Rockingham where 27 SWAT team members waited (were they expecting King Kong?) other cops and Fuhrman and Roberts, you could easily see that had OJ (and AC) been killed that day, his guilt would have been assumed, there would have been no trial, and that would have been the END of the investigation.
The cops removed the family from the house and put them down the street. They waved the media helicopter away (btw, I have heard that Shapiro called the media to prevent such a killing from taking place) and had not the whole world been watching via CNN, OJ and perhaps AC would have been killed that night and that would have been the end to the story. His guilt (like Oswald's) would have been assumed. But Jason and the media's telephoto lenses put paid to that plot.
You can read EVERY DAY in the LA Times where suspects are killed by cops under these circumstances and even less in LA.
27 SWAT team members are more than was used to put down the Texas Rebellion of several years ago where you had a half dozen or mor armed men shooting at the cops from a fortified position. I think they used 11.
Think about it. charlie