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Old 09-04-2002, 10:00 PM   #1
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Detective Mark Fuhrman LA Dectective OJ Simpson Case..Did he plant the..

bloody glove?
He was accused of doing this (cuz he lied about his past usuage of the "N" word during the 80s) causing all sorts of controversy during the trail.
His career took a hit..for a while..saying he was racist ect..

He has since recovered and helped w the Moxley case helping convict Michael Skakel- (a Kennedy Cousin) (in a seperate national case) and his credibility has been restored on a national level..
Im not asking if he used the "N" word during the 80s..only if you think he planted evidence against OJ.
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Old 09-04-2002, 10:23 PM   #2
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I don't think Mark Fuhrman planted the glove.
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Old 09-05-2002, 03:32 AM   #4
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Very good point that this guy's prior rep should not cloud decision.

Is there any actual evidence he did? Real evidence. Not, "he lied about blah blah, and said blahbitty blah in the 80's".
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No, I don't think he did. What reason was there for anyone to want to frame him? Before the murders, OJ was still a well respected sports hero and in first hours after the bodies were found, I don't think anyone, including the police, wanted to believe he was capable of this. And the glove was found too soon (in my opinion) to have been planted.

As far as his past history as a racist goes, there are plenty of people who will use the N word daily but when they meet a black sports figure or celebrity, they will suddenly change their tune and act like that person's biggest fan, which I have a feeling Fuhrman would have done had he met OJ pre-murders. I don't think he had a reason to frame OJ.
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My hunch is Fuhrman didn't plant the glove, diamond, but, in any event, on a broad level, that issue was really immaterial.

What really came out of the OJ trial was that it served to highlight the racial divide that exists in Los Angeles, and indeed, in America.
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No, I don't think he did. What reason was there for anyone to want to frame him? Before the murders, OJ was still a well respected sports hero and in first hours after the bodies were found, I don't think anyone, including the police, wanted to believe he was capable of this. And the glove was found too soon (in my opinion) to have been planted.

As far as his past history as a racist goes, there are plenty of people who will use the N word daily but when they meet a black sports figure or celebrity, they will suddenly change their tune and act like that person's biggest fan, which I have a feeling Fuhrman would have done had he met OJ pre-murders. I don't think he had a reason to frame OJ.
I agree w BAW here

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I do think racially-speaking we are better off now than say 25 years ago.

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I do think racially-speaking we are better off now than say 25 years ago.

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Wish I could agree my friend, but I can't. Anyway, that's a different thread. Peace, out.
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