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Have you read Fuhrman’s Death and Justice, yet?
Check out what Rose said about it on The Smoking Gun Board. It might remind you of the tombstone with the name Clara (remember Cara on the note next to the pizza menu?) in Back to the Future III (a man on a train trying to recall her name calls her “Cara”). Remember what Fuhrman says about his “memorabilia” collection in Murder in Brentwood…
Page 125: “The defense claimed that because I had some German war memorabilia I was therefore supposedly a Nazi. That’s like saying because I collect late 19th century American cavalry items I approved of the slaughter of the Indians. When I could still own weapons, I also collected old Winchesters and single action Colts. Does this mean I’m an outlaw? I’m not obsessed, only extremely intrigued by holding a piece of history, no matter what period it comes from.”
How does that square with what Fuhrman said, and how he said it, on the McKinney tapes? …Oh yeah, on the tapes he was just “play acting.” –Jasper