Jennings: We have on the phone with us as well Robert Higgins, who lives in the neighborhood and is on the ground and can see inside the van. Mr. Higgins.
Caller: Ah, yeass, ah, how are you?
Jennings: Ah, just about as tense as you are, sir.
Caller: Oh, my Lord, this is quite tenses.
Jennings: What can you see?
Caller: Ah, what I'm lookin' at ri' now is I'm lookin' at the van, and I see OJ kinna' slouchin' down lookin' very very upset. Now lookee here, he look very upset. I don' know what gon' be doin'.
Jennings: Can you... can you... can you see him doing anything specific? Is he merely sitting there?
Caller: He is just a-sittin' 'round, you know, just a-lookin' like he be very nervous
Jennings: Can you hear anything, Mr. Higgins?
Caller: It's just too much commotion, I here in the back of a news van, so I can' really hear that goo' but I can see it all. An' I see OJ. I see OJ, man, and he looks scared. An' I would be scared 'cause there's cops all deep in this.
Jennings: Thank you, Mr. Higgins.
Caller: An' Babba Booey to y'all!
posted on 04/11/2004 6:32:17 PM PDT
(BABBA BOOEY TO Y'ALL)
The height of ABC reporting. 'nuff said.
posted on 04/11/2004 6:36:13 PM PDT
(mis spellers of the world: untie!)
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