BRIAN KATO KAELIN
House Alarm Testimony
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1995
DIRECT EXAMINATION: MS. CLARK
Q BY MS. CLARK: AND WHEN YOU PAUSED AND TALKED TO HIM IN THE
FOYER AREA OF THE HOUSE, WHAT WERE YOU TALKING ABOUT?
A HE WAS LEAVING AND IT WAS -- THERE IS AN ALARM AND HE WAS ASKING ME TO SET THE ALARM.
Q HAD HE EVER ASKED YOU TO SET THE ALARM FOR HIM BEFORE?
Q DID YOU KNOW THE CODE TO SET THE ALARM?
Q DID YOU WANT TO SET THE ALARM?
Q WHY NOT?
A JUST ANOTHER RESPONSIBILITY THAT I DIDN'T WANT TO KNOW THE
Q AND WHAT DID YOU SAY WHEN HE ASKED YOU TO SET THE ALARM?
A "I DON'T KNOW THE CODE."
Q AND WHAT WAS THE DEFENDANT'S RESPONSE?
A UMM, I DON'T -- I THINK HE WAS GOING TO SET IT, THAT HE WAS
GOING TO SET THE ALARM.
Q DID HE TELL YOU THAT OR --
A YEAH, I THINK IT WAS THAT HE WOULD SET IT. IT WAS KIND OF AN UNDERSTANDING, BECAUSE I DIDN'T GET THE CODE, BUT I DIDN'T PAY ATTENTION AS FAR AS IF HE SET IT OR NOT.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19,1996
DIRECT EXAMINATION: MR. PETROCELLI
After Mr. Simpson and the limousine driver left the property, what did you do?
A. I went right to my room.
Q. What did you do?
A. I called up Rachel.
Q. And you talked to her for awhile?
A. Yes, I did.
Q. And then what happened?
A. Then there's a period during our conversation where I have call waiting, and the call waiting beep happened, and the call waiting -- I said, Rachel, I've got another call. So I got the call and it was O.J. and he said, I didn't alarm the house, did --
THE COURT REPORTER: Excuse me. Didn't alarm the house?
Q. What did you say?
A. I went, oh, I didn't know the alarm code.
Q. What did he say?
A. He said, well, here's the alarm code, this is what you do, and he gave me the code and said, then the light will go, I believe red, that means it's set.
Q. Did you write the code down?
Q. And then what happened?
A. And then I got back on my other call and told Rachel, I'll call you right back again.
Q. Okay. Now, has Mr. Simpson ever beeped you on your line before?
Q. And other than what he did in the foyer minutes before when he left the property, had he ever asked you to set the alarm?
Q. What did you then do?
A. After I set the alarm?
A. Okay. So I set the alarm, I came back to the room, and I called Rachel.
Q. Set the alarm. Where did you set the alarm?
A. I made the same exact -- shall I go up?
Q. Yes. Show the jury where the alarm pad was located.
A. Now, after I told Rachel, I went back up this way, came this way, and I went right here, and it's right there by the door.
(Indicating to Exhibit 116.)
Q. Is it on the outside?
Q. You did not have to enter the house?
Q. And then you went back to your room?
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