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Time: 8:56:57 AM
I have always wondered if they did a FULL crime scene analysis using all the info that they had and comparing it. I don't think so. Esp. not in the days between Monday the 13th and the 17th when OJS was arrested. (the year long investigation of Robert Blake will show you that)
What I am getting at is what I have alluded to before about missed or hidden evidence or using logic (which I was SURE that cops did before the OJS case came along and I learned differently). I always had this idea that cops "detect" but that proved wrong too. No Sherlock Holmes in that bunch.
For example: With contradictory info about the leash, the fact that the dog had no tags--wouldn't you think someone would wonder about the tags and ask some questions. And if in fact, there was no leash at Nicole's and the tags were missing--a big red flag.
Another Big Red Flag--you have one victim out later in the evening running errands and perhaps going out for the night w/out his apt. key and w/out money apparently.
They have a set of 5 keys ID'd by Freddy as old keys except for the one for his home--according to Vannatter--yet a set of keys not booked into evidence (where were they) were returned to the owner.
We have 2 (if not 3) dog walkers in the area at the time of the murders and they can't be found.
Four people who looked down the alley during that time see neither a white SUV, Nicole's Jeep nor any other kind of car either. And two of them looked out early on when the barking started. The sheer fact that Nicole's Jeep is allegedly in plain sight when the cops come (up for debate) yet wasn't there later should have raised Red Flags.
A wiped clean steering wheel on Ron's borrowed car which nobody saw (Riske or Phillips) the night before and isn't found til 4pm the next day on the 3rd try when it is in plain sight of condo driveway should have been another big red flag.
Then there is the Ankh that was given back to Freddy yet was not listed anywhere in the evidence.
The DA's case was that the killer did all the killing by himself. And their choice was OJS. But if the evidence doesn't fit---missing cars, wiped clean steering wheels, ankh found ripped off but not in the crime scene, missing dog walker witnesses, etc...there is a problem.
Were they suggesting that OJS went out and wiped Ron's steering wheel clean of prints. Moved cars?
WHERE the ankh was found could have been key evidence to where this crime began.
There is only one conclusion that I can come up with for all of this and that is the cops were in on the hiding of evidence (they were in charge of the cars, the ankh, the keys, and finding witnesses).
And one thing rarely mentioned ---and may or may not have been known at the time of the criminal trial. The Brown's lawyers were asking Arnelle where Nicole's bike was that should have been in the garage.