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Time: 4:49:35 PM
"Charlie, Rovaan et al:-
"Fuhrman's alibi? Didn't have one. This is one issue which neither Junot nor Dick Wagner address in their respective theories and hence represent the major weakness in the theories."
While I have read much about Fuhrman's alibi, I have always ignored it for the simple reason that I see no reason for him to need one.
I explain on my webpage (now being reconstructed) that M.L. Rantala's book effectively destroys Fuhrman-did-it theories. I also add a reaon of my own -- that Fuhrman would not plant evidence as badly as it was planted in this case.
Also, I wasnt to add that I have yet to hear of any credible motive attributed to Fuhrman. There is NO evidence; no not the smallest scintilla; that Fuhrman ever met OJ or Nicole except for the minute-or-less baseball bat incident in 1986. If Nicole had been having a relationship with Fuhrman, she sure never mentioned it to her closest friends. Statements attributed to Fuhrman about Nicole are from extremely dubious sources.
Lastly, Fuhrman (like Lange and Vannatter) was a 'short-timer' on the verge of retirement and pension. He had already moved about half his personal life to Sand Point, Idaho. While the assertion that he was looking for a 'big case' to make his reputation would make sense if he was at the start of his career, it makes no sense at the end.
Wagner can speak for himself.