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However, he believes senior LAPD officials didn't want to take a chance on being wrong about Simpson and wanted to wait until the preliminary genetic evidence came in. He claimed that the Warren Commission was forced to ratify the single-bullet theory for political reasons. However, he said that a dent in the chrome above the windshield of the presidential limousine used that day vindicated the story told by John Connally that the first shot that hit President John F.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Fuhrman asserts that the police and the prosecution made other errors that reduced the chances of a guilty verdict. He claimed he could not afford to mount an adequate defense; he already owed thousands of dollars in legal bills, and the city's Police Protective League would not help him pay them. In , Fuhrman was called to testify regarding his discovery of evidence in the Simpson case, including a bloody glove recovered at Simpson's estate. Simpson was arrested on June On July 8, a preliminary hearing determined that there was sufficient evidence for Simpson to stand trial. For example, Fuhrman and his partner, Brad Roberts, found a bloody fingerprint on the north walkway gate of Nicole Brown Simpson's house. For instance, Fuhrman claims that the initial search warrant submitted by one of the detectives on the case, Phillip Vannatter, was too short and did not include enough details of the probable cause and evidence on hand at the time. Fuhrman retired from the LAPD in In , he pleaded no contest to perjury for his false testimony related to his use of racial epithets. Lee Bailey asked Fuhrman whether he had used the word "nigger" in the previous 10 years, to which Fuhrman replied that he had not. In an article by Jeffrey Toobin in the July 25 issue of The New Yorker , the defense revealed that they planned to play "the race card ". According to Fuhrman, at least some of it belonged to the suspect, as there was enough blood at the scene to suggest the suspect was bleeding. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}He is primarily known for his part in the investigation of the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman in the O. His use of racial epithets and accusations that he had planted evidence became a focal point of the trial and attracted enormous media attention that for a time eclipsed coverage of the crime itself, such that Ron Goldman's father reminded the media, "This is not the Fuhrman trial This is the trial about O. Fuhrman and his superior, Ronald Phillips, were the first detectives to arrive; Fuhrman's partner, Brad Roberts, arrived later. He also claimed he could not afford living expenses for a trial that would take several months or years, in case of an appeal. You can see them twitch. In the book, Fuhrman apologized for the racist remarks on the audiotapes, terming them "immature, irresponsible ramblings" made because of a desire to make money; he contends that the tapes were merely part of a screenplay. He said he had forgotten about the existence of the audiotapes and that they were merely part of a misguided effort to have a fictional screenplay produced. During this time, Fuhrman attempted to leave the police force permanently and receive a stress disability pension. He argued that Lungren had charged him to garner black support for a planned campaign for governor of California , in Despite being told that Lungren's case was "flimsy at best", Fuhrman said that he felt he had no choice but to plead no contest. Garcetti initially refused, saying that Fuhrman's use of racist language was "not material to the case", a major element of proving perjury. He said that he pleaded the Fifth Amendment after he couldn't get the prosecution to call him to the stand for a redirect prior to the tapes' being played for the jury. Fuhrman was known to have used a racist epithet toward African Americans during the early s but claimed on the stand that he had not used that term in the last ten years. Simpson murder case. In it, Fuhrman advanced a theory challenging the single-bullet theory while still maintaining that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone. In an October television interview with Diane Sawyer , Fuhrman said he did not plant evidence in the Simpson case. Simpson, the man accused of murdering my son. Fuhrman has said he believes the LAPD could have arrested Simpson on the afternoon of June 13, based on the blood evidence and his apparently contradictory statements during questioning. Fuhrman is the only person to have been convicted of criminal charges related to the Simpson case. During his closing argument , defense attorney Johnnie Cochran called Fuhrman "a lying, perjuring, genocidal racist", [38] likening him to Adolf Hitler. Fuhrman was familiar with O. An investigation of the property by Fuhrman produced a second bloody glove, which was later determined to be the right-hand mate of the glove found at the murder scene. This was potentially critical evidence; Simpson claimed that he'd cut himself on the night of the murders but hadn't been to his ex-wife's house in a week. Fuhrman argues that several errors made by his LAPD colleagues permitted the defense to allege that there was suspicious police conduct at Nicole Brown Simpson's residence. Fuhrman's words on the tapes resulted in his being widely condemned, including by the prosecution. During a psychiatric interview regarding this claim, Fuhrman expressed racist sentiments, stating that he stopped enjoying military service because of alleged insubordination from Mexican-Americans and African-Americans, whom he described as " niggers ". Ultimately, the jury was allowed to hear only two excerpts from the Fuhrman tapes, which did not include the inflammatory violent content or material related to potential misconduct. Had the fingerprint been tied to Simpson in any way it could have been a crippling blow to his defense. The audiotape proving that Fuhrman perjured himself and thereby undermining the credibility of the prosecution has been cited as one reason Simpson was acquitted. Fuhrman has said that he feels the prosecution abandoned him once the tapes were made public. Skakel was convicted of Moxley's murder in June Kennedy assassination. Although they conceded that Fuhrman used racial epithets on the tape, the prosecution suggested that the remainder of the material was merely exaggerated "puffing and blowing". It also could have contradicted the defense's allegation that Fuhrman planted the glove, since Fuhrman did not know or have reason to know that it was Simpson's blood. In fact, Fuhrman later discovered that Vannatter and Lange didn't even know the fingerprint was there because they never read Fuhrman's notes. The trial began on January 24, , [23] and Fuhrman took the witness stand for the prosecution on March 9. First, Laura Hart McKinny took the stand. Simpson's defense team produced recorded interviews with Fuhrman and witnesses showing that he had repeatedly used racist language during this period. On July 5, , Lungren announced that he would file perjury charges against Fuhrman and soon thereafter offered Fuhrman a plea bargain. He also believed that he could not get a fair trial in the racially charged climate of the time, and thought an acquittal would cause a riot similar to the Los Angeles riots. On August 31, Judge Lance Ito ruled that evidence could be introduced to prove that Fuhrman had lied about use of the word "nigger", but that claims of violence and police misconduct were inadmissible. Simpson Got Away with Murder , Vincent Bugliosi argues that planting the glove would have required a far-reaching and unlikely conspiracy between Fuhrman and other police force members. Fuhrman also argues that major pieces of evidence were mishandled and believes his colleagues did not realize that their every move would be scrutinized in court due to the nature of the case. The reasons for this have been debated. Fuhrman has stated that he is not a racist and apologized for his previous use of racist language. Between and , Fuhrman gave taped interviews to McKinny, a writer working on a screenplay about female police officers. In , Fuhrman responded to a domestic violence call between a famous retired National Football League player, O. At the Simpson residence, Fuhrman found a number of blood drops in and on a white Ford Bronco parked outside. In Simpson's guest house, detectives found Kato Kaelin , who told detectives that he had heard thumping sounds earlier in the night. After the trial, there was widespread pressure on Los Angeles County district attorney Gil Garcetti to bring perjury charges against Fuhrman. Roberts could have offered testimony that would have corroborated the existence of the fingerprint and several of Fuhrman's other observations, but lead prosecutor Marcia Clark never called him to testify. Jurors heard Fuhrman say, "We have no niggers where I grew up," and "That's where niggers live. Once the tapes came out, Fuhrman has said, his reputation as a credible witness would have been nearly beyond rehabilitation. You can take one of these niggers, drag 'em into the alley and beat the shit out of them and kick them. According to the defense, this raised the possibility that Fuhrman had planted key evidence as part of a racially motivated plot against Simpson. Fuhrman was promoted to detective in Fuhrman has married and divorced three times, to: Barbara L. Fuhrman felt that Judge Lance Ito allowed the defense to control the trial. On October 2, Fuhrman accepted the deal and pleaded no contest to the charges. Simpson and Nicole Brown because of the domestic violence call. Fuhrman was a collector of various war memorabilia and medals. Having attained the rank of sergeant, [1] he was honorably discharged in In , Fuhrman requested leave for workers' compensation. Fuhrman also asserts that Ito should have never been assigned to the case in the first place, [42] as Ito was married to Margaret "Peggy" York, an LAPD captain who had been Fuhrman's superior officer in the past. On July 22, Simpson pleaded not guilty. The recordings contain 41 instances of the word "nigger" used as recently as , [31] including references in which Fuhrman claims to have perpetrated violence against African-Americans. Simpson , and his wife, Nicole Brown Simpson , [12] and in , a statement by Fuhrman about this call resulted in Simpson's arrest for spousal abuse. In , aged 18, he enlisted in the United States Marine Corps , where he was trained as a machine gunner and military policeman. She had met Fuhrman at a Marine recruiting station in or , [31] where she claimed that he expressed animus against interracial couples and said, "If I had my way, all the niggers would be gathered together and burned. In the Fuhrman tapes recorded by Laura McKinny, Fuhrman disparages York's appearance and suggests that she used her sex to advance in the police force. It really relieves your tension. After McKinny, witness Kathleen Bell testified. Although he had earlier responded "No" when asked this question, this time, on his lawyer's advice, he invoked his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination. He also wanted to protect his family from being harassed by the press. They later testified that they entered Simpson's estate without a search warrant due to exigent circumstances — specifically, a concern that Simpson himself might have been harmed. He said he is not racist, and apologized for his use of racist language. This rankled Fuhrman almost as much as Vannatter's and Lange's failure to read his notes; Furhman believed Clark decided not to call Roberts to avoid embarrassing Vannatter on the stand. Robert Riske and his partner were the first police officers on the scene in the early morning of June 13, and Riske found a bloody left-hand glove at the scene. For instance, like Bugliosi, Fuhrman insists that relevant case law demanded that Ito foreclose the defense from asking him about racial slurs, since any potential relevance was outweighed by the prospect of prejudice to the prosecution's case. Koop from to , Janet Ellen Sosbee from to , and Caroline Lody from the early s to The marriage to Lody produced two children. Fuhrman's parents divorced when he was seven years old, and his mother remarried briefly. In a psychiatric interview, he claimed that he had "tortur[ed] suspects and con[ned] internal affairs detectives", that he would choke suspects and break their arms and legs "if necessary", and that he had pounded suspects' faces to "mush".