Investigating O.J. Simpson: The Case for DNA

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Investigating O.J. Simpson: The Case for DNA

The trial of O.J. Simpson for the murders of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and Ronald Goldman, at her home in suburban Los Angeles riveted audiences across the world. The debate into his innocence or guilt gripped the twenty-four-hour news cycle.  In the middle of all of this were LAPD Detectives Tom Lange and Phil Vannatter trying to seek justice for the families of two victims.

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Featuring:

  • Frank Bond Jr., Former WBAL-TV reporter
  • Tom Lange, Los Angeles (CA) Police Detective, ret.
  • Rockne Harmond, Deputy District Attorney, Alameda County (CA)
  • Jenifer Smith, DNA Analysis, Federal Bureau of Investigation

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