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Time: 6:36:29 PM
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Jasper, You are correct--the time didn't appear important at that time.
However, about the other---Steve Garvey was there during most if not all of the interviews with Candace. He had plenty of opportunity to disagree--esp about the time.
She may not be the world's best observer but I did notice that she said in court that she told them specifically what OJ had on and it was NOT in the report that they made from the interviews. (That seemed to happen a lot)
And most of the time she was interviewed--she said that OJ was distracted. I think she was led to the conclusion that he was mad by the cops, DA's etc that interviewed her repeated times.
Also, as I said in the previous post--she was attuned to that new baby and although she may not recall the exact time --she does know that she went home--was in no particular hurry to get back, thinks she was gone an hour, returned in time to see the end of the program and her daughter.
Since she was attuned to getting back in time to not miss the daughter, knows how long it takes her to get home approx and back and how long it takes to feed a baby---I think she at least has a general impression about the time.
Wasn't it Candy Garvey who told Christian R. that the DA's were working mightily to get her to change parts of her testimony? I think they at least may have had a slight clue about how the time was going to play because it was part of their case they were presenting. I think the time was one of the things they were trying to get her to change. She didn't say much otherwise. The short distracted conversation is about it---and the time.
And if the DA's were pressing THAT much--and she was wrong about the time--why didn't Steve G. chime in and say the time was wrong?
I am not saying that she is precise with the time but that she seems to have a general idea of the time ---and Steve Garvey didn't correct her.
Steve Garvey's name was on the possible witness list. If he in his statement gave a different time--he might have been called to "impeach" her.
Kari and I worked this out one time. If you have 40 acts (as I have heard) and you give them a Loose 2 minutes each song---you have 80 minutes right there without considering the time between acts to set up. And it is my experience --and hers--that if one goes that long with young people--they have a short (maybe 10 min.) intermission in it. That makes it an hour and a half right there w/out photos and w/out standing around outside.
Remember too that OJ left and returned with flowers.