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Charlie suggested I look into this thread for other reasons, but I think this discussion raises a very serious point.
The L&V book includes the satory of how they identified the victims that, as I recall, Lange testified to at the trial, namely that they identified her from a passport and Goldman from a driver's license (funny that he would have one since it had been revoked).
They, of course, had to know the identity of teh victims long before then because they had gone to Simpson's place to notify him about the murder hours before Lange and Vannatter arrived.
It's also clear from Phillips that the case was turned of the RHD by at least 2:38 a.m. (he got the "final" word at 2:39 when he talked to Rodgers.
The reaon, of course, was that it was a high profile case because of identity of victim and Simpson's possible involvement.
But as you have pointed out, when during this time frame could they have made an official identification to establish that fact?
They of course could not without completely turining the body over and checking here face against pictures inside or finding such other identification as they eventually used when Ratcliffe arrived.
No one has admitted to that breach of law of moving the body without the coronoer being present.
So how could they have made the positive identification called for as the foundation for the decsion to transfer the case no later than 2:38 a.m.?
The answer is they could not have. They also did not need to, because the police knew full well even before they arrived who the victims were. That's why all the brass flocked to the scene immeidately after the bodies were found. Just read all the brass that Rossi alerted after he was informed of the murders.
This case is a cimplete fabrication and frame up from the start.