The OJ trial was jury nullification, plain and simple.
Furhman was a marine and then was with the LA PD for many years. Working some of the roughest spots in LA. He received numerous comendations.
He's a good investigator. He did screw up by saying he never said the "N Word" but that hardly made OJ guilty.
You're right on all points. I think Fuhrman has gone a long way to restore his reputation with these books he's written.
He does a good job with the timeline in the Terri Schiavo book. He writes about the inconsistencies in Michael's accounts of Terri's collapse, like Michael saying he cradled Terri in his arms after he found her on the floor, but Bobby, Terri's brother, saying that when he showed up Terri was face down on the floor. Did Michael pick Terri up and then put her back down on her face?
One inconsistency by itself is not anything to wonder at but when you have a bunch of them it's worth looking at. That's what Fuhrhman did with his book and he did a good job.
Mark Fuhrman is a fascinating speaker (along with liberal Jeff Feiger) and an excellent investigator. It is because of him that a Kennedy was convicted
Strange how life turns out to be. The OJ trial was the best thing that happened to Fuhrman and now has several popular books.
Amazing how people here get in a frenzy of bashing Fuhrman, and reveal merely their own bitterness.