Dateline NBC is airing a special edition to address "5 Things the Jury Never Heard" at the 1994 O.J. Simpson murder case. People involved in the case including lead prosecutor Marcia Clark and witness Kato Kaelin will appear and discuss how it all went down, the famous gloves, and alibis. One of Simpson’s defense attorneys, Carl Douglas, admits his team did a little redecorating at the Rockingham location before the jury went to take a look.
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“We wanted it to look lived in and stand in all of its regalness so that the jurors would say ‘OJ Simpson would not have risked all of this for this woman.” When asked, “This is not tampering with evidence?” Douglas said no. “I’m trying to get the optimum advantage to win.” Dateline NBC will air "5 Things the Jury Never Heard" in the case against OJ Simpson on March 6 at 9pm.
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