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O.J. Simpson murder case - Jury at trial

O.J. Simpson murder case - Jury at trial
News report; Interview
TX Date
30 Sep 1995
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The jury of the O. J. Simpson double murder trial in Los Angeles is now entering its last few days of deliberation. Ten women and two men have deliberated on eight months of testimony and must decide whether the former football star murdered his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ronald Goldman. The jury has been sequestered for over a year, living in a hotel and separated from their families. Now they’re faced with the unenviable task of raking through the evidence and delivering a verdict the whole world will be watching. Catherine Drew reports from North America on the stresses and strains facing the jury that has made history on its length of service.
Catherine Drew; Carol Jenning; John Mack(?); Gill Guscety
USA; Crime; Interethnic relations; Homicide; Murder trials; Mass media; Racism; Jurors; Trials; O. J. Simpson; Nicole Brown Simpson; Mark Ferman; Ron Goldman

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