I will never
argue the who did it, that was pretty clear. Henry Lee proved you can look
at evidence collected and handled badly to the benefit of the accused.
Unfortunately I saw the original pathologist on the stand in the prelim and he
made it easy for everyone after him. He couldn't understand why everyone
was so upset that he took 5 -6 hours to get there and threw out the stomach
contents and never checked for intimate relations. He also called
one a drive shooting and failed to notice the powder burns on the back of the
seat the victim was sitting in.
I had the opportunity to
meet Henry Lee shortly after the OJ trial - he came to (what was then) GD
Searle for a lecture, but of couse, ended up speaking about the famous cases
he'd been on, i.e., OJ, and Kennedy-Smith - you may recall he got him off the
hook, too. His logic seemed to make sense - - - at the time.
We all know OJ did it.
Jacqueline M. O'Connor HT(ASCP)
Global Pharmaceutical Research and Development
02/14/2003 03:16 PM
we sure it wasn't 1850? I assume Henry Lee was not available and
better sense along with any other good forensic pathologist or
Maybe the first coroner from the OJ trial took the job. He
about everything in several cases prior to that one.
> -----Original Message-----
Friday, February 14, 2003 3:23 PM
> Subject: Re:
> He must have retired in the
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