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Time: 10:25:07 PM
Blood in the Bronco:
Although blood was found in the Bronco it was of a very small amt. considering the scope of the crime. ANd the fact that hair and fiber is all over the crime scene --almost in unheard of amts--no hair or fiber from Ron or Nicole is found in the Bronco or in OJ's house. That almost defies physics of crimes as we have told that they are.
Same goes for hair and fiber in OJ's house.
Whereas there is a lot of hair and fiber at the scene--there is NONE that tracks back to OJ's house except what is on the glove in the side yard and that also has UNKNOWN person's hair on it.
The BIggest point is that in murders, there is usually a limited amount of physical evidence ever found. And when it is found, it is in small amounts. This "level" of physical evidence is almost unheard of--accuring naturally.
Other evidence that tends to lead to the conclusion tha to OJ is innocent (besides the fact that evidence all has a alternative way of arriving there) is that nobody (barring Jill and she was dismissed by the DA's themselves) saw OJ coming and going to the crime scene. This is a famous person--known to the neighborhood and to the world yet nobody sees him. It says a LOT to me that Jill is dismissed on some lame excuse when she in fact was the only person that could put OJ away from his house in the time frame of the murders yet the DA's were the ones to dismiss her.