John Getter
  • Behind the Scenes

    The gloves that prosecutors claimed were worn by OJ Simpson during the murder of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson drew crowds at the "Behind the Scenes" exhibit of LAPD evidence. The gloves became central to the case when Simpson's defense lawyer Johnnie Cochrane declared, "If it doesn't fit, you must acquit." Simpson struggled in court to put the gloves on.
    John Getter
  • Behind the Scenes

    An evidence chart in the OJ Simpson murder case concluded that, "The analysis of five droplets of blood on the walkway proved to be OJ's. The bloody shoeprints were consistent with the sole pattern of a size 12 Bruno Magli shoe. OJ Simpson wore a size 12 shoe."
    John Getter
  • Behind the Scenes

    The Onion Field Murder became perhaps the longest criminal case in California history. The death of a Los Angeles cop became the basis of a best selling novel by former LAPD detective Joseph Wambaugh, and later became a hit movie. The evidence chart was on display at the LAPD's "Behind the Scenes" evidence exhibit in Las Vegas.
    John Getter
  • Behind the Scenes

    "Murder of Baretta's Wife" reads like a TV script as it recounts the case against Robert Blake, the star of the TV detective show "Baretta," accused of murdering his wife Bonnie Lee Bakley. Blake was acquitted of the charges. The display is at the LAPD's "Behind the Scenes" exhibit at Las Vegas.
    John Getter
  • Behind the Scenes

    An evidence chart in the OJ Simpson murder case follows a bloody trail in the LAPD's "Behind the Scenes" exhibit in Las Vegas. "The analysis of the blood on the glove proved to be from OJ, Nicole and Ron Goldman," the chart says referring to the murder victims. "The blood found on the Bronco (OJ's infamous white Bronco) likewise proved to be from OJ, Nicole and Ron Goldman. The blood on the socks in OJ's bedroom proved to be from Nicole."
    John Getter
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