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September 22, 1995
Iwas angered and annoyed by "O.J.: The Cruise" (Sept. 13). Not only is it morally wrong to make money off a double murder trial, it shows a complete lack of sympathy and empathy for the families of the victims, who everyone seems to forget are Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald L. Goldman. Had any of the people who chose to go on the "O.J. Cruise" ever lost a family member to murder, I am convinced they would never take part in something so pathetic. My family was torn apart 12 years ago by the brutal murder of my uncle.
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February 26, 2000 | ANN W. O'NEILL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
O.J. Simpson claims that records of phone calls between his ex-wife and her mother on the night Nicole Brown Simpson was murdered can clear him of having any role in the stabbing deaths of her and Ronald L. Goldman. Simpson is asking a judge in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles to order GTE Corp. to turn over the phone records of his former in-laws, Lou and Juditha Brown.
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February 26, 2000 | ANN W. O'NEILL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
O.J. Simpson claims that records of phone calls between his ex-wife and her mother on the night Nicole Brown Simpson was murdered can clear him of having any role in the stabbing deaths of her and Ronald L. Goldman. Simpson is asking a judge in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles to order GTE Corp. to turn over the phone records of his former in-laws, Lou and Juditha Brown.
NEWS
September 22, 1995
Iwas angered and annoyed by "O.J.: The Cruise" (Sept. 13). Not only is it morally wrong to make money off a double murder trial, it shows a complete lack of sympathy and empathy for the families of the victims, who everyone seems to forget are Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald L. Goldman. Had any of the people who chose to go on the "O.J. Cruise" ever lost a family member to murder, I am convinced they would never take part in something so pathetic. My family was torn apart 12 years ago by the brutal murder of my uncle.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 16, 1996
Facing growing legal costs, relatives of murder victim Ronald L. Goldman have sent out a national fund-raising letter asking for help in financing their wrongful death lawsuit against O.J. Simpson. The four-page letter, signed by Goldman's parents and siblings, requests contributions to cover enormous costs. "Although, frankly, our family is not accustomed to nor comfortable with asking others for help," the letter reads, " . . . we will need outside financial support to carry on."
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June 9, 1995
Mary Anne Gerchas, who claimed she saw four men outside Nicole Brown Simpson's condominium the night Simpson and Ronald L. Goldman were killed, pleaded guilty Thursday to lying on a car loan application. Gerchas, 40, is scheduled to be sentenced July 20 in Pomona Superior Court. Her guilty plea came one day after she entered guilty pleas to charges stemming from unrelated cases, including one in which she admitted defrauding a Century City hotel out of about $24,000.
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February 25, 1999
The California Supreme Court cleared the way Wednesday for a new hearing to determine whether O.J. Simpson or the parents of his slain ex-wife should have custody of his children. A Court of Appeal had previously ruled that Orange County Superior Court Judge Nancy Wieben Stock, before granting Simpson custody of his two children, should have considered evidence that he may have beaten and ultimately killed his ex-wife.
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November 8, 1996
Enlarged photos of cuts and scabs riveted jurors in the O.J. Simpson civil trial Thursday, as a physician testified that he saw fresh wounds--three lacerations and seven abrasions--on Simpson's left hand just days after the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald L. Goldman. Dr. Robert Huizenga testified that the injuries looked five to seven days old when he documented them at the request of Simpson's lawyers on June 15, 1994.
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May 24, 1996
A psychotherapist who said she treated Nicole Brown Simpson in the weeks before her murder testified under oath this week that her patient talked of fearing O.J. Simpson and described beatings she suffered at his hands, according to a lawyer who attended the deposition. Therapist Jennifer Ameli said that just three days before the murder, Nicole Simpson told her about a recent argument and physical altercation she had with her ex-husband over tax issues.
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February 5, 1997
Civil trial A civil trial jury deliberated for three days before finding O.J. Simpson liable in the deaths of Ronald L. Goldman and Nicole Brown Simpson.
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November 4, 1998 | ERIC MALNIC, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The brother of famed attorney Johnnie L. Cochran Jr. was found shot to death on a sidewalk in the Jefferson Park area of central Los Angeles, officials said Tuesday. Police said the body of Ralonzo Phelectron Cochran, 43, was found in a residential area in the 2600 block of South Manhattan Place at about 2 a.m. Sunday. The victim, known to his family and friends as "Phlecky," lived about five blocks away. Homicide investigators said he had been shot several times.
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May 9, 1995 | JACK CHEEVERS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Detective Mark Fuhrman filed suit Monday against New Yorker magazine and one of its writers, contending that he was libeled in a 1994 article that discussed plans by O.J. Simpson's lawyers to portray him as a "rogue cop" who tried to frame the football great. The suit, which seeks $50 million in damages, claims that the article by Jeffrey Toobin destroyed the Los Angeles Police Department detective's reputation as a police officer and exposed him to "hatred, contempt (and) ridicule."
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