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From: Miss Marple
Time: 12:50:52 PM
Nothing about Fuhrman is normal.
I have come to believe that those who bought his performance and still do are people who are insensitive. There is a great divide between those who see him as a boy scout and those who see a scary monster, between those who see the surface appearance and those who see what's not underneath. Clark is on top of the list of the first group and apparently the whole defence team, according to Shiller saw something else even during the prelim testimony.
Remember how Clark tried to explain the 20 minutes Fuhrman was out of sight after having dropped Kato off with Vanatter, and Fuhrman described how he stood in the drive way for a while collecting his thoughts. Clark tried to make him say that he stood there thinking about the terrible things that he had witnessed that morning. But Fuhrman, the sociopath (right), blurted out that oh, no, he was just exited, he had to cool down from the adrenalin rush that "finding" the glove had given him.
One of the best examples of his "insensitivity" in Murder in Brentwood is the part where he reveals that the people in Cochran's office affectionately call each nigger and motherfucker. And then Fuhrman has a little childish tantrum. If they can say it, then why can't he, Fuhrman!!!
Actually, that is another part of Fuhrman's complex personality. He is childish.
Maybe that is all he is, a big spoiled baby, who got used to get away with everything. And maybe we give him too much credit by calling his personality complex.