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Time: 8:02:50 AM
Your point about the need to limit the number of cops involved in the planning and execution of the murders is one that most people have a hard time putting in its proper perspective.
On one hand, you have people who leap to the conclusion that scores of people would have that have been involved in a plot to frame O.J. to account for ALL of the evidence that he did it, just because there was so much of it. Even Joe Bosco, who saw how badly flawed most of that evidence was, concluded that "they framed the right man."
On the other hand, you have people who accept. without question, a conspircy theory involving scores of people in and out of government.
Neither of those extremes need to apply. All you need is one or two insiders with a large network of snitches and friends in the right place. It wasn't even necessary for anyone but the killer and his lookout on the murder scene to know that anyone was going to be killed. -- Jasper