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Time: 10:24:25 PM
Miss Marple, I saw this. It was on a news video shown on tv but I am not at all sure it was shown in court.
They also said that Roberts was marking them to keep people from walking or driving over it. As you said MF mentions this in his book. Then Fung comes, picks them up and reNumbers them. (Roberts was numbering them with the cards)
Allegedly Fung only marks and tests about every 5 or so of them. Since Fung took about 8, that means about 40 drops up that driveway (why it was always said that OJ bled more at Rockingham than at Bundy and later in time.)
Yes, they DO have kits in the car. Sometime during the trial, I saw where the PD told that in about 80% of the cases the detectives themselves do the testing and taking of the blood/DNA samples. They ARE trained to do it and they do have the kits in the truck of their cars as well as plastic bags for evidence, etc.
Fung always called what he did at Rockingham and in the Bronco a "representative sample' remember? Said it wasn't needed to get a sample of each.
What they never explained is how NOBODY saw OJ with a cut that would have produced that much blood all the way to Chicago. The people who looked at his hands while he did autographs, etc. would have noticed a cut that bad.
Or how a cut that drops about 40 drops of blood going into the house, makes not one single mark on the inside of the house (with the exception of the foyer drops, on the carpet, etc., on his luggage or clothes, etc.