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O.J. Simpson's deposition, I believe it is the 25th or the 27th. It is during that time maybe the 28. I have been so busy rebuilding my computer I can't remember the date exactly. O.J. Simpson states that the motion detector was for the main part of the house and was pointed into the direction near the front door but had since moved it because of the murders and he would not tell where he had put it. The alarm was off when O.J. Simpson left the house. The alarm from Kato's room into the office area was locked a locked door with an alarm plate <or whatever you call it>. With Kato standing in the front door when O.J. drove away in the Limo, the ALARM was off. The front door is not locked. Kato or anyone had free roaming of the entire main house until Kato got the call from O.J. with the alarm code and we have to accept Kato's word that he locked the doors, did not take advantage of the opportunity, and set the alarm as he said he did. Kato's testimony is that after O.J. left he went to his room and got on the phone when twenty minutes later he got a phone call from O.J. Simpson giving his the alarm code. Now, I don't trust that Kato Kailen can be trusted to have remembered to lock doors he did not have keys to, set the alarm, or not take advantage. We also have Mr Dale, the normal driver for O.J. Simpson who set up O.J. Simpson by not letting him know he would not be there. Since Parks called him from the Limo many believe he must have been far away. If Parks had the cell phone one can be sure Mr Dale did too so his alibi isn't so sure either. The point is that at least for twenty minutes O.J. Simpson's house was open and anyone could have gotten in without knowledge. Most likely it was open most of the night. IMHO.