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07 Mar 18

At this time 23 years ago, OJ Simpson was on trial in Los Angeles Superior Court for the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman.

Simpson’s defense team, which would come to be known as the “dream team”, included F. Lee Bailey. Bailey conducted the cross-examination of Mark Furhman, a detective with the LAPD who had discovered a right-handed blood-covered glove at Simpson’s residence that matched a bloody glove found at the scene of the double-homicide. The blood from both gloves was identical, and DNA evidence from the left glove revealed a mix of Simpson’s blood and that of the two victims.

The theory of the defense was that Mark Fuhrman was a racist and had planted the glove at Simpson's residence in order to frame Simpson, or at least, to pump up the case against him.