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That jeep or what ever may have nothing to do with the case. It could easily have been someone say like a cheating husband who took off cause he was so late getting home. And no way is he going to come forward and say it was him. It worked in the case but on second thought, may have meant nothing. My senerio about the "jeep" is that the Hay, Hay, Hay was to the dog. the deep voice gave the other guy instructions to get the dog out of there and slamed the gate and put the dog in the jeep and drove it south. Far enought away to take it a while to get back. But of course this is just speculation. ----------------------------------------------- You cannot predict a dogs behavior by the breed. OJ nor Nicole would have had a dog that was not very gentle, no matter the breed. OJ was extra protective of the kids because of the death of his other child. So the dogs may have fought sometimes between themselves but not people. They were not really watch dogs. A neighbor had a German sheppard as a watch dog. But that dog was such a coward that she would put his leach on and drag him to the door and pretend she was holding him back. But the Collie on the other side, the gentelist dogs in the world bit a few people. My daughters minature dog who fit in a beer mug thinks he is a doverman pincer. They have to watch him to make sure he does not try to take on some big animal. He caught the biggest rat I have ever seen, twice his side and could barly drag it in by its tail. Then we used to live across from a full grown male lion. This lion was such a scardi cat that the keeper had to sit in its cage with him when it thundered. If it had not been that lions should not run loose, it would have not been a danger to anyone if he would have been just let out to roam. He was a purrer not a roarer. But his purrs were mighty loud.