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Time: 4:00:30 PM
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We have gone around and around about the animations of Kato’s Walk and Marcia’s story. The following testimony from the criminal trial is why I believe Kato’s Walk is not correct and why I think Kato saw OJ. This first part starts with Park talking about seeing Kato on the pathway by the Ashford gate:
Q WHAT WAS HE DOING WHEN YOU SAW HIM?
A HE WAS JUST STANDING THERE, FROM WHAT I OBSERVED. Q OKAY. COULD YOU TELL WHERE HE WAS LOOKING OR WHAT HE WAS DOING? A HE LOOKED AT ME AND THEN HE JUST -- HE STARTED TO LOOK, YOU KNOW, IN THE AREA OF THE ROCKINGHAM DRIVEWAY. (*Note Kato is looking toward the Rockingham driveway). Q NOW, WHEN HE WAS LOOKING AT YOU, WHERE WERE YOU? A I WAS INSIDE THE CAR ON THE PHONE. Q TALKING TO YOUR BOSS? A YES. Q HOW LONG -- NOW, AT THE SAME TIME THAT YOU SAW KATO KAELIN IN THE SIDE YARD, DID YOU SEE ANYTHING ELSE? A YES. I SAW A FIGURE COME DOWN -- WELL, NOT COME DOWN, BUT I SAW A FIGURE COME INTO THE ENTRANCEWAY OF THE HOUSE JUST ABOUT WHERE THE -- WHERE THE DRIVEWAY STARTS.
Q HOW LONG AFTER YOU SAW THE SIX-FOOT 200-POUND PERSON IN ALL DARK CLOTHING GO INTO THE HOUSE DID YOU CONTINUE TO TALK TO DALE ST. JOHN?
A OH, IT WAS JUST ANYWHERE BETWEEN TEN TO THIRTY SECONDS. IT WASN'T VERY LONG. Q OKAY. SO ON THE PHONE BILL IN FRONT OF YOU, SIR, ON THAT LAST CALL WHERE IT INDICATES 10:52 AND 17 SECONDS, DOES IT INDICATE HOW LONG THE PHONE CALL WAS FOR, THE DURATION OF THE CALL? A UMM, YES, TWO MINUTES AND 55 SECONDS.
Q AFTER THAT SIX-FOOT 200-POUND PERSON WENT INTO THE HOUSE, DID YOU HAPPEN TO NOTICE WHERE MR. KAELIN WAS? A FROM WHAT I REMEMBERED, HE WAS STILL STANDING ON THE SIDEWALK.
Park is the least likely person in this to have any reason to have not told the truth. From Park’s testimony, Kato could not have been on his way to the walkway by the garage. He was still standing in the Ashford pathway with a clear view of OJ going into the house. Kato in his testimony indicates he never saw OJ until the second time he came back from behind the garage walkway. Yet in Marc Elliot’s book, it is clear that Kato is afraid for his life yet he doesn’t seem to fear OJ. Perhaps he was afraid that if he told the world he saw OJ in a bathrobe going back into the house after setting down some luggage, the killers would kill him. Perhaps this is what OJ really meant when he supposedly said to Kato, “You saw me go into the house”.
If we want to draw attention to relooking at the OJ case, this brief period of time is the place to start. When people realize that Kato either had to have seen OJ walk into the house or would have ran into him by the gargage or walkway, there would be pressure on checking out Kato's story. If Jasper is right, Kato's story proves OJ did not go Bundy. The rest that we know would follow.
This is the last time I will discuss the animations. They are Jasper’s creation and show what he wants them to show.