DNA EVIDENCE CLEARED 0. J. Simpson’s lawyers abandoned their efforts to block the admission of DNA evidence, a key element of the prosecution’s case against him for the murder of his former wife, Nicole. As a result, opening arguments in the trial could begin as early as Jan. 18.
Several years back, the wife—not a native British Californian—of a friend expressed great relief when they decided to move back east of the Rockies. “All the time I lived in Vancouver,” she explained, “I felt I was in the middle of a beer commercial.By Allan Fotheringham4 min
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