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O.J. Simpson murder case - Police chase

O.J. Simpson murder case - Police chase
News report; Interview; Press conference
TX Date
18 Jun 1994
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North American correspondent Paul Woodley reports on events as American football star O.J. Simpson went on the run as police tried to arrest him for murder, the 75 minute police chase 8 hours later was aired on every major television news channel. And on the evidence against him. At a news conference Simpson’s lawyer Robert Shapiro responds to questions about the disappearance and Robert Kadashian, friend of Simpson’s, reads a suicide note written by the accused. Police Commander David Gascoigne responds to press speculation the police should have arrested him earlier.
Paul Woodley; Robert Shapiro; Robert Kadashian(?); David Gascoigne
USA; Crime; Police; Homicide; Los Angeles; O. J. Simpson; Nicole Brown Simpson; Ronald Goldman; Arrests

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