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Date: 10 May 2000
This is dynamite!
Gigi said that the police (was Fuhrman among them?) saw Frogmen. Faye Resnick said that she saw it. I heard several reporters and commentators say that O.J.'s character was shown "cutting a woman's throat." Others made much of the Navy SEAL training O.J. received to do that scene. Now we're hearing that the scene did not involve anyone getting killed or any special training with a knife. I was particularly struck by the fact that the woman in the scene was "Burk's" daughter.
If you've had a chance to read the last five or six chapters of The Smoking Gun you know how much the evidence on Bundy and Rockingham was influenced by characters in the movies who are linked in one way or another to Sydney Simpson ("Burk's real daughter) . It was interesting to me that Fuhrman made a point of metioining the movie Ghost but not Frogmen . It was interesting to me that he misstated the premise of Ghost to make a closer match to Othello. Do you think he could have influence the way the media mistated O.J.'s scene with the knife in Frogmen?
Wouldn't it be nice to know who "found" the Frogmen video in O.J.'s home and who suggested that the police watch it? --Jasper