October 12, 2010 by Post Team
Mark Fuhrman, A bloody fingerprint could have been the smoking-gun evidence that convicted OJ Simpson for the murder of his wife and her friend – but forensic experts did not lead detective Mark Fuhrman notes in time.
Fuhrman, who committed perjury in the Simpson trial on use of the word ‘No’, has revealed that he and his partner found a bloody footprint on the brass door to the home of football star turned actor shared with his wife Nicole, where she and friend Ron Goldman were killed.
Despite all the evidence accumulated against Simpson, a jury acquitted him of murder – and now regrets Fuhrman his discovery of fingerprints was observed not fast enough, it would have been evidence murderer.
That appears in (11Oct10) on Monday on Oprah, the former detective said: “The suspect, when you go, there is a door and there is a brass turnstile at the gate. Now, he is wounded in the left side of his body, his finger is cut, there’s blood in his hand … There is a right thumbprint on the brass around … Nobody reads my notes for two months. ”
Fuhrman reveals the letter was dropped by a locksmith hired by the family of Nicole when he took over the property in the days after the murder.
He added: “They brought more than a locksmith to change locks locksmith actually … means that the lock out, saw the bloody trail, I figured it had already been processed. He threw it, put a new lock.”
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