Gaslighting 1994

Woe is me.

LAPD criminologist Collin Yamauchi “spent two days, June 14 and June 15,” doing DNA testing on the blood samples found at Simpson’s home and found that:

The blood drops on the pathway at Bundy matched Simpson’s type — a characteristic found in only 7% of the population. And the blood on the glove found behind Kato’s room at Rockingham was consistent with a mixture of Simpson’s and the two victims’. —  p. 81, The Run of His Life: The People vs O. J. Simpson

Apparently, the jurors in O. J. Simpson’s trial did not give much credence to this evidence, relying instead on Johnnie Cochran’s

“If the gloves don’t fit, you must acquit.”

Jeff Toobin’s account of the trial is AMAZING. He became a New Yorker staff writer just the year before.


1994: Jeffrey Toobin at O. J. Simpson’s trial


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