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This is the story how Dunne met Fuhrman. The report he gives Fuhrman was done in 1992, before his book in 1993 on the Moxley Murder.
From May 20, 2002 Larry King Live show with Dominick Dunne:
CALLER: Hi, Larry and Dominick, it's so good to talk to you. Tell me how did you come to collaborate with Mark Furman on the book, "A Murder in Greenwich?" And will there be further books? I am very proud of you and Mark.
DUNNE: Well, I'll tell you exactly. You know, people say that we met at the O.J. trial, we never did. I was in the court room every time that he was in the court room during the O.J. Simpson trial, but at the end of that trial, I always felt there was something wrong, that didn't equate, that a man, who used the "M" word, and so forth, which is wrong and terrible; that his life should be ruined, when a man I believed, is guilty of killing of two people, walked free. And so, when the opportunity came along, when I had the Sutton report, I had a call from Lucianne Goldberg, whom you may remember Larry, who was at that time a literary agent, this was before the whole other events of Monica Lewinsky -- I mean this is several months before that, and she called me about Mark, and said that he wanted to do a book, and I had this information and that's how we got together. He's one of the great detectives of America, I like him, and I admire him, and I'm so happy that he's been able to start his life over again.