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Time: 6:05:47 PM
No there was no money in OJ Smith being the killer. Kari is right there.
That is one of the things that Kari, Jean and some of the rest of us have talked about for a very long time now. and that is the way the Browns and Goldmans fell in with whatever the prosecution wanted to say and do. And even we have been shocked at the number of lies we have caught the Goldmans in since all this began.
We have been impressed with the total lack of curiousity on the part of the Browns and the Goldman's in particular as to what happened that night.
Not a peep when the DA's morphed from a 10:15 death (after being shown up with defense witnesses) into a 10:40 death. Not a peep when the plaintiffs got the criminal trial witnesses to change their stories to fit the new time. In fact, they cheered Petro Man when he bragged that he had gotten them to do so.
He ignored that Ron's friend said she talked to Ron at home after 10:15 so that they could go along with DA's.
They made it clear that anybody who didn't "get with their program" of Oj the Monster is the killer was no longer welcome in thier lives.
Their depos (if telling the truth at all) show that they were not interested in looking at any recent video that Ron had to see if there was a clue on it or if the answering machine tapes held a clue or anything else along those lines.
And the BIGGY of them all. NOT a peep when Clark defended Furhman or when Clark giggled and flirted through the showing of Ron's autopsy photos.
Bosco, Dunne and others have reported that Fred's Outrage Press Conferences were done with a NOD of the head from Clark. They were preplanned and orchestrated.
More than a few people who have studied the crime scene believe that Ron's body was tossed where it ended up.
And most people don't realize that there was actual testimony in the civil trial that discussed all the way ARound the fact that there was not enough blood at the crime scene for the wounds--especially Ron's.
And just last night I reread in Evidence Dismissed where they try to say that Ron was stabbed in the Femoral artery and that caused tremendous blood loss and that is was a fatal wound. When in fact it is described in the autopsy report as a wound in the fatty tissue and a non-fatal wound.
Odd how in both of the Detective books, the wound on the leg is misrepresented??? Humm???
It is the lack of curiousity of how this happened by the Goldmans (and Browns) that is the most striking. You take other cases (Ramsey and other murder cases) and you will find that the families become obsessed with the "details" of how it happened.
With the Goldman's it came down to say it happened how, when and where you like--it's ok with us--just write out the check.