Murder Timeline June 12, 1994

*9:37: Juditha Brown called the Mezzaluna Restaurant inquiring about her eyeglasses that she was missing. She spoke with Karen Crawford. Crawford found Brown's eyeglasses outside. She put them in an envelope, wrote Nicole's name on it, and told Brown they would be held for her to pick up.

*9:40: Juditha Brown called Nicole and told her about her eyeglasses. She asked Nicole to pick them up in the morning.

Approximately 9:44: Nicole called the Mezzaluna Restaurant and spoke with Ron Goldman. Goldman agreed to drop Judith's eyeglasses off at Nicole's house on his way to meet his friends.

Approximately 9:50: Goldman left the Mezzaluna Restaurant.

*10:03: Simpson called Paula Barbeiri using his cell phone. She does not answer her phone. He only reaches her answering machine.

Approximately 10:30, 10:35: Robert Heidstra heard Nicole's dog barking.

Approximately 10:40: Heidstra heard Goldman arrive at Nicole's condo.

Approximately 10:45: Heidstra saw Simpson's Bronco speed away from the crime scene.

Approximately 10:48: Jill Shively encountered Simpson's Bronco speeding with it's lights off. Shively made eye contact with the Bronco driver. She recognized and identified Simpson.

Approximately 10:52: Kato Kaelin heard noises on the back wall of his room.  

  The Smoking Gun

*10:55: Allan Park saw Simpson enter the front door of his house. Park sees lights go on in the house.

 

 

 

Supporting Testimony

 

*9:37: Juditha Brown called the Mezzaluna Restaurant inquiring about her eyeglasses that she was missing. She spoke with Karen Crawford. Crawford found Brown's eyeglasses outside. She put them in an envelope, wrote Nicole's name on it, and told Brown they would be held for her to pick up.

*Juditha Brown's telephone records.

 

Civil Trial December 6, 1996 Juditha Brown

Q.    Now, did you get in the car, then, and head down towards your house?

A.    Yes.  I -- we looked for my glasses, still, I know, because I didn't have the glasses in the restaurant.  So we looked in the jeep and we didn't see them.  And it was 8:30 by that time and the children had to go to bed, so we said, well, let's go;     I'll call.

Q.    And did you get in the car and head down to Orange County?

A.    We drove home. And on the way home, a terrible depression came over me, something I have never experienced.  My whole body got really heavy.   And I haven't had it before and I haven't had it afterwards. It was -- it was a whole feeling. And as we arrived at home, I shook myself, and I thought, "God, I have to buy a pair of new glasses again."  And I went on the phone and I called Mezzaluna.

*

Q.    Now, after you got home, you -- I'm sorry --  do you recall who you spoke to at Mezzaluna?

A.    It was a woman.  No, I don't remember her name.

Q.    Do you recall the substance of the conversation?

A.    Yes.  I said can you -- I know I left my glasses somewhere; could you please check outside. Because I had Justin on my lap, and as I got out of the car, I said, maybe they had fallen out, and there was a puddle in front where we got out.   So I said,  could you just check there and see if you find my glasses. And she returned and she says, "Yes, I have them."  I said, "What luck."

Q.    And anything else in that conversation?

A.    And I said, "Well I'm going to call my daughter and tell her to pick up the glasses in the morning."

 

Civil Trial October 25, 1996 Karen Crawford

Q.    So, Judy Brown called you at 9:37 p.m, right?

A.    Yes.


Q.    And you spoke for about two minutes, right?

A.    Yes.

Q.    And what did she tell you?

A.    She had told me that she had lost some glasses.  She told me she had been in a large party, and I recognized her voice because of her accent.  So I knew the area that she was talking about. I looked around the area where their table was, where they were seated.  When I didn't find the glasses there, I went outside to look, because I had seen them get out of the car, and I found the glasses outside.

Q.    After you found the glasses outside, what did you then do?

A.    I went back inside and let her know that I had found her glasses.

Q.    And what did she then say?

A.    Well, I had asked her when she would be picking them up. And she told me she lived too far away. So I told her that I would put them in an envelope and I would put them in the bar area -- we had a lost-and-found area behind the bar. She told me that she was going to have her daughter pick them up, so I put her daughter's name on it.

Q.    Okay. And what did you do with this envelope after you put the glasses in and wrote down Nicole's name?

A.    I put it behind the bar in our lost-and-found area.

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*9:40: Juditha Brown called Nicole and told her about her eyeglasses. She asked Nicole to pick them up in the morning.

*Juditha Brown's telephone records.

 

Civil Trial December 6, 1996 Juditha Brown

Q.    Did you then call Nicole?

A.    Then I called Nicole and I said, "You know, I found my glasses over there.  Would you please pick them up in the morning." And she said, oh, you know -- and she said a name, but it just slipped my mind, but who it was -- and she says "can bring it to Starbucks Cafe, because we always talk, and we can meet there, and he can bring them."

Q.    Okay.  Anything else in the conversation?

A.    And then she said good night, and "I love you." And I said, "I love you."  And those were the last words.

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Approximately 9:44: Nicole called the Mezzaluna Restaurant and spoke with Ron Goldman. Goldman agreed to drop Judith's eyeglasses off at Nicole's house on his way to meet his friends.

Civil Trial October 25, 1996 Karen Crawford

Q.    What happened next?

A.    I got another phone call, and it was Nicole.
  She had -- she identified herself by saying that her mother had just talked to me. And I asked her when she would be picking up the glasses.  And then I believe I asked her when. She wanted to know if Ron was still working.  And I put her on hold and told Ron, You have a phone call. She actually said, is Ron still working,  or is Ron still there.  So I put her on hold and told Ron he had a phone call.

Q.    And then did Ron take the call?

A.    Yes, he did.

Q.    When Ron took the call, where did he come from?

A.    I believe he was sitting at the table by the front door.

Q.    Talking to some other people?

A.    Yes.

Q.    Did you see Ron speak on the phone to Nicole?

A.    I saw him speak, yes.

Q.    Okay.  You could tell he was speaking?

A.    Yes.

Q.    Could you overhear the conversation?

A.    No, I couldn't hear what he was saying.

Q.    And after, you saw Ron hang up the phone?

A.    Oh, yes, I did.

Q.    And after he hung up the phone, what did you then see Ron do?

A.    He hung around for a couple of minutes talking to people, and then he asked me to give him the glasses.

Q.    So he left the phone near you, went and talked to some folks again, and then came back?

A.    Yes.


Q.    And then asked for the glasses?

A.    Yeah.  He told me he would drop them off -- he was going to drop them off at Nicole's, and asked me if I would give them to him.

Q.    And did he tell you what his plans were?

A.    He said he was going to drop them off at her house on his way to Baja Cantina.

Q.    Did he tell you why he was going to Baja Cantina?

A.    Yeah.  He was meeting a couple guys from work at Baja after work.

Q.    What happened next, after Ron said -- You gave Ron the glasses?

A.    I did.

Q.    And then what happened?

A.    He said good-bye to some people, and then he left.

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Approximately 9:50: Goldman leaves the Mezzaluna Restaurant.

Civil Trial October 25, 1996 Karen Crawford

Q.    What happened next, after Ron said -- You gave Ron the glasses?

A.    I did.

Q.    And then what happened?

A.    He said good-bye to some people, and then he left.

Q.    What time was it, Ms. Crawford, when Ron left?

A.    He left at ten minutes to 10:00.

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*10:03: Simpson calls Paula Barbeiri from his Bronco using his cell phone. She still does not answer her phone. He only reaches her answering machine.

*Orenthal James Simpson's cell phone records.

 


Simpson's Statement to the LAPD, June 13, 1994

Lange: What time was the recital?

Simpson: Over at about 6:30. Like I said, I came home, I got my car, I was going to see my girlfriend. I was calling her and
she wasn't around.

Lange: So you drove the...you came home in the Rolls, and then you got in the Bronco...

Simpson: In the Bronco, 'cause my phone was in the Bronco. And because it's a Bronco. It's a Bronco, it's what I drive, you know. I'd rather drive it than any other car. And, you know, as I was going over there, I called her a couple of times and she wasn't there, and I left a message, and then I checked my messages, and there were no new messages. She wasn't there, and she may have to leave town. Then I came back and ended up sitting with Kato.

Later. after Simpson's cell phone records showed his call to Paula was made at 10:03, Simpson changed his story explaining how he made that call standing on his driveway, behind his Bentley.

Civil Trial November 25, 1996

Q. (BY MR. PETROCELLI) You told the police you drove to Paula's after the
recital, in your Bronco, and made a call to her from your cell phone, true or
untrue?

A. True.

Q. The only time after the recital that you have any cell phone calls to Paula
is at what time, looking at your cell phone records?

A. 10:03.

Q. So, sir, you were in your Bronco calling Paula at 10:03, just like you told
the police, true?

A. That's incorrect.

Q. Oh, so you lied to the police?

A. No.

Q. You have a different story now. It's different now, isn't it?

A. I think it's more accurate now.

Q. It's different, isn't it?

A. Yes.

Q. It's -- now you say you didn't get in the Bronco, and drive to Paula's, and
call her from the phone, true?

A. That's true.

Q. That's what you now say, true?

A. That's true.

Q. Okay. And you now say that of course after meeting with teams of lawyers and
investigators and defense experts and seeing that there are cell phone records
at 10:03 putting you in the Bronco, true?

A. True.
 

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Approximately 10:30, 10:35: Robert Heidstra heard Nicole's dog barking.

Civil Trial October 25, 1996 Robert Heidstra

Q. Can you just describe for the jury what that walk is that you
usually took?

A. Yeah. I started here.

Q. On Dorothy?

A. Yeah. I went to Westgate.

Q. Right.

A. And then over from Westgate to Gorham, and all the way down Gorham
to --

Q. Bundy?

A. -- Bundy, and went to Bundy regularly, and I came back on Dorothy
Street.

Q. Then you would go back up Dorothy to your home; is that right?

A. Yeah.

Q. Okay. Now -- and you've been taking that route of June 12, 1994 for
how many years?

A. Oh, about ten years, I guess.

Q. In the course of taking that route a couple of times a day over ten
years, did you come to know any of the other neighbors and dogs along
the way?

A. Yes, some people I knew. We knew each other.

Q. And before June 12, 1994, had you ever walked by with your dogs,
875 South Bundy?

A. Yes, past that building.

Q. Okay. Do you now know that building to be the building where Nicole
Brown Simpson lived?

A. Yes.

Q. Had you ever seen a dog on her property behind the gate?

A. Yes, behind the gate, a big Akita.

Q. A big Akita?

A. Yeah.

Q. And would you walk your dogs past the gate area?

A. Mostly on the opposite side of the street.

Q. Opposite side of the street?

A. Yeah. Most of the time, yeah.

Q. When you would walk your dogs past her condominium on the opposite
side of the street, you could see her Akita?

A. Yeah, behind a gate.

Q. Did you ever hear it barking?

A. Yes.

Q. Were you familiar with the barking of that Akita?

A. Yes.

Q. Is it a small dog or big dog?

A. Big dog.

Q. Now, let me show you a photograph.

MR. PETROCELLI: Steve, can you put up -- I guess it's Exhibit 28. Take
this down for a minute.

Q. (BY MR. PETROCELLI) On the TV screen, we have a picture; it's been
marked as Exhibit 2. Do you recognize what is in that picture?

A. Yeah. That was the Akita that was behind the gate, looks like.

Q. That's Nicole's Akita?

A. Yes.

Q. Okay. By the way, is the Akita bigger than the two dogs you're
walking?

A. Oh, yes. Yes.

Q. At some point in evening on June 12, did you take your dogs out for
a walk?

A. Yes.

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A. Well, when I was walking down Gorham. It was a very quiet Sunday
night, no sounds whatsoever, until I reached the corner of Bundy and
Gorham. I was almost in Bundy when all of a sudden, the Akita start to
barking like crazy, and he stayed barking, like he was confused and
panicky.


Q. Now, the Akita that you started to hear barking like crazy, did you
recognize that to be Nicole's?

A. Yeah, immediately. There was no other dog like that in that stretch
of the street.


Q. Okay.

A. I recognize the barking.

Q. When you heard the dog barking like crazy, what did you do?

A. I was immediately alerted, because it's a big dog and I didn't want
any fight with any dogs or something. He sounded like he was on the
street. So I stopped immediately and turned around, and said we can't
go further.

Q. When you heard the dog barking?

A. Yeah.

Q. Nicole's Akita barking, you -- from the sounds of the barking, you
thought it was in the street and not behind the gate?

A. Yeah. It sounds like so close, so close.

Q. Okay. And you did not want to go by the house?

A. No, because I didn't want to risk for my dogs to have a fight or
anything.

Q. Well, can you point to the map where you were when you stopped
hearing the dog in the street. Now, bear in mind, this is an alleyway.
Do you recognize that alleyway? Where were you when you stopped, when
you heard the dog barking like crazy?

A. Just beyond the alley there.

Q. Just past the alley?

A. Almost in the curve.

Q. Can you see any parts of Nicole's condominium where you were?

A. No.

Q. You were on the other side of the street from her condominium --

A. Yes.

Q. -- on the sidewalk, with the two dogs?

A. Yeah.

Q. And how loud was the barking? Can you describe it?

A. My God, it was --

Q. Why don't you use the microphone?

A. Okay.

Q. I'm sorry to make you keep getting up.

A. That's okay. It was very loud barking. I never heard a barking like
this before. It was very strange. Very strange.

Q. Continuous?

A. Oh, nonstop. Nonstop.

Q. What did you then decide to do?

A. I turned around, and I didn't want to go back the same way I came
from Gorham. Next to me was that alley, and go uphill there. And I
said let's go in the alley. We have a shortcut. I go back to Dorothy.

Q. The idea, instead of going down Bundy and up around --

A. Yeah.

Q. -- you were going to cut down this alleyway?

A. To go back to Dorothy.

Q. To get home?

A. Yeah.

Q. And what time was it, sir, when you heard the dog barking like
crazy, and then made the decision to cut across the alleyway?

A. This must have been around 10:30, 10:35.

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Approximately 10:40: Heidstra heard Goldman arrive at Nicole's condo.

Civil Trial October 25, 1996 Robert Heidstra

Q. Okay. Now, in terms of the terrain here, when you were on this
alley, are you elevated from Bundy?

A. Oh, yes. It's much more elevated.

Q. You're up high?

A. Up high.

Q. Can you actually see Nicole's condominium from the alley when
you're standing --

A. Well, you can see the roof, the tiles, the red tiles; that I could
see, yes.

Q. All you can make out is a red-tile roof?

A. Yeah, the red tiles.

Q. And this alleyway which is like a driveway, that cuts across here?

A. Yeah. It's bigger than a driveway; it's a little wider.

Q. And are there homes here between the -- what we're calling the
alleyway and Bundy?

A. Yes, small houses.

Q. Okay.

A. Small houses.

Q. Was there a dog at the house where you stopped?

A. Exactly. A little black dog.

Q. So let me get the picture. You're walking across; there's a house
here with a dog. You continue to hear the Akita, right?

A. Oh, yeah, constantly.

Q. And then at the some point, you stop and you think -- at that
point, you think you are opposite Nicole's condominium?

A. Yeah.

Q. And you're with your two dogs, right?

A. Two dogs.

Q. Then what happened?

A. Then I stood there, I would say, for a minute, listened to these
two dogs. The little black dog started to barking also. Two dogs were
barking then.

Q. The two dogs being the little black dog that the property owner
had?

A. Yeah. It started to bark, too.

Q. At the same time, you're still hearing the Akita?

A. Yeah. Nonstop.

Q. When you say it's barking like crazy, what kind of barking is it?

A. It's confused, panicking, but not attacking. Not at all, that he
was growling or something, not at all. He was just confused
completely.

Q. (BY MR. PETROCELLI) You've heard lots of dogs barking in lots of
different ways over the years?

A. Oh, yeah.

Q. (BY MR. PETROCELLI) Are you familiar with different kinds of sounds
of barking?

A. Yeah. Small dogs have different barking than a big dog. It's a deep
barking.

Q. Can you distinguish between -- well, tell us what you meant when
you said it was not an attack barking. In your own words.

A. It was panicking, high barking, high barking, and constantly
nonstop barking. Very strange. Very strange.

Q. What would you consider an attack kind of barking?

A. Its a growl, g-r-r-r-r-r (witness making growl sounds), something
like that.

Q. Did you hear that kind of barking?

A. No, not at all.

Q. You didn't hear growling?

A. No, no, no, no.

Q. Now, when you were sitting there, or standing there with your dogs
at the alley opposite Nicole's condominium and you heard the dogs
barking, did you then hear anything else?

A. Because -- yeah, but it was around about a minute there, all of a
sudden, when the dogs keep barking, I heard the first voice, a clear
voice, saying, "Hey, hey, hey," for three, four times.

Q. Can you tell if it was a male or female?

A. It was a male; no doubt about it.

Q. Younger or older male?

A. Sounded clear, young voice.


Q. And what did you then hear next?


A. Immediately after "hey, hey, hey, hey," I heard another voice
talking very fast, a deeper voice, very fast, sounded like an argument
or something like that.

Q. Was that a male or female?

A. Male.

Q. Okay. Older or younger than the first voice?

A. Older.

Q. Okay. And you said it was deeper than the first voice?

A. Yeah. Pretty deep voice.

Q. Now, could you hear any actual words being spoken by the second,
deeper voice?


A. No, because the dogs were barking so loud, it was impossible to
hear.

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Approximately 10:45: Heidstra saw Simpson's Bronco speed away from the crime scene.

Civil Trial October 25, 1996 Robert Heidstra

Q. Now, what did you do after you heard all this?

A. Well, then I continued out of the alley. And if these two guys have
an argument, it's nothing more than that. It's like an argument. I
said, well, that's it.

Q. And then at some point, you got to the end of this alley where it
intersects Dorothy; is that right?

A. Yeah.

Q. And you previously testified that you began to go into that alley
at 10:30 to 10:35?

A. Yeah, 10:35.

Q. How many minutes after that were you at the other end of the alley?

A. Was a little more, because I stood there and listened to the dog
regularly -- It's about two minutes, and we say about three, four,
five minutes, something like that. Five minutes at the --

Q. Five minutes, at the outside?

A. Yeah, at the outside.

Q. You said three, four, five minutes; is that your testimony?

A. Yeah. Four minutes or something.

Q. Okay. And when you got to the other end of the alley, what then
happened?

A. Okay. Out of the alley. And the dogs were still barking nonstop; it
never stopped. And then I went east on Dorothy, back to my -- the
direction of my apartment.

Q. You started to walk up the hill?

A. Yeah. Just --

Q. Is this a hill, by the way? This is Dorothy?

A. No. It goes a little -- it goes a little up, but not very much.

Q. So when you got to this alley here, you made a left on Dorothy,
right?

A. Yeah.

Q. And then you walked a little bit up?

A. Yeah, about two houses. Two houses. About two, three, and listened
to the noise.

Q. Let me stop you there. There's a tree?

A. There's a big oak tree or something.

Q. And you stopped under the tree?

A. I was under the tree, yes.

Q. And on which side of the street, this side?

A. Yeah.

Q. I guess that's what, north?

A. It's north, I guess.

Q. So, on the north side of the street. And you're under the oak tree--

A. Right.

Q. -- and with your dogs, right?

A. Um-hum.

Q. And then what did you see or what happened?

A. So I stood there for a minute, I would say, a minute and a half or
something, looking back to Dorothy and where the noise came from. And
I -- there's a streetlight on the corner of Bundy and --

Q. Dorothy?

A. -- and Dorothy, yes.

Q. So you're about -- you want to point where you are?

A. Yeah.

Q. Where you're standing?

A. I was standing there, about there.

Q. Let the record reflect, I guess you're pointing a little west of
the alleyway, on the north side of Dorothy.

A. Yeah.

Q. And where is the street lamp that you were referring to?

A. The middle of this street here.

Q. Okay. Up on Bundy and Dorothy?

A. And Dorothy.

Q. What direction are you facing, are you looking?

A. West.

Q. Are you looking at the intersection?

A. Yeah, I'm looking at the intersection.

Q. What was the lighting like?

A. It was pretty good lighting.

Q. I think I misspoke. I think it's east of the alley, not west of the
alley. You were standing where the oak tree is. I'm not very good on
directions.

A. Yeah, east. You're right. Sorry.

Q. What did you see when you were looking down at the intersection
where the street lamp was?

A. I was looking down there. From nowhere, all of a sudden, then I saw
from the west side of Dorothy, from Nicole's side, from out of dark,
came in the light a white, jeep-like car.

Q. Okay.

A. It came all of a sudden out of the dark. I could see it right away
in the streetlight.

Q. And then what did you see the car do?


A. The car came out of the -- like I said, from the dark into the
light, and stopped on the right side of Dorothy for one moment. And it
sped right away, south on Bundy.

Q. Did it make a turn?

A. No, it went south. It made a right turn.

Q. A right turn?

A. Yes, south.

Q. So the car is on Dorothy, comes up to the intersection, and you
pick it up where, right before it gets to the intersection?

A. Yeah. Just, I could see it coming into the intersection, yeah.

Q. And then it makes a right-hand turn?

A. Yeah. Sped away fast.


Q. And sped away fast in the direction --

A. South.

Q. South?

A. South, yes.

Q. Were you able to get a good look at the car?

A. It was a wide kind of jeep, with tinted glasses.

Q. Tinted windows?

A. Tinted windows. Yes, sir.


MR. PETROCELLI: Can we put up the next photo, which has been marked as
191.

(The instrument herein described was marked for identification as
Plaintiff's Exhibit No. 191)

Q. (BY MR. PETROCELLI) Did the car that you saw that evening look like
the one in the photo?

A. It was -- it resembled a car like this, yes. For sure, I couldn't
say exactly this car, but it resembled the size of the car.

Q. And the color?

A. White.

Q. That was a little basic kind of vehicle, was it?


A. Yeah. It was a big car, big vehicle like this.

Q. Okay. Now, did the truck or the car have its headlights on?

A. That, I don't recall. I can't recall that at all.

Q. Did you have any opinion as you saw the vehicle speed away, whether
it appeared like the person was in a hurry?

A. Oh yes. It was -- must have been in a hurry; it sped away fast.

Q. Can you tell us about what time it was when you made that
observation?

A. It must have been around 10:40, 10:45, in between. No more than
10:45, for sure. It would be a little before, maybe.


Q. Little before 10:45?

A. Yeah.

Q. But in the area of 10:40 to 10:45?

A. Exactly, yeah.

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Approximately 10:48: Jill Shively encountered Simpson's Bronco speeding with it's lights off. Shively made eye contact with the Bronco driver. She recognized and identified Simpson.

Preliminary Hearing June 21, 1994 Jill Shively

Q. ON THE DATE OF JUNE 12, 1994, DO YOU RECALL LEAVING YOUR HOUSE IN THE EVENING?

A. YES, I DO.

Q. WHAT TIME DID YOU LEAVE? LEFT MY HOUSE AT 10:45 P.M.

Q. ARE YOU CERTAIN OF THAT TIME?

A. YES, I AM.

Q. WHY ARE YOU SO CERTAIN?

A. BECAUSE I WAS TRYING TO GET TO THE STORE TO THAT CLOSED AT 11 AND I WANTED TO GET SOMETHING TO EAT.

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Q. AND AS YOU WERE DRIVING, WHAT STREET WERE YOU TAKING?

A. SAN VICENTE, EAST.

Q. YOU WERE GOING EASTBOUND ON SAN VICENTE?

A. RIGHT.

Q. DID YOUR TRAVELING TAKE YOU TO THE INTERSECTION OF SAN VICENTE AND BUNDY?

A. YES, IT DID.

Q. DID SOMETHING UNUSUAL OCCUR THERE?

A. YES.

Q. HOW LONG DID IT TAKE TO GET FROM YOUR HOUSE, WHICH YOU LEFT AT 10:45, TO THE INTERSECTION OF SAN VICENTE AND BUNDY?

A. APPROXIMATELY 3 TO 5 MINUTES.

Q. SO YOU ARRIVED AT THE INTERSECTION OF SAN VICENTE AND BUNDY AT 10:48 TO 10:50?

A. RIGHT; YES.

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Q. CAN YOU TELL US NOW -- CAN YOU INDICATE WITH A SQUARE AND AN ARROW INDICATING YOUR DIRECTION WHERE YOUR CAR WAS.

A. MY CAR IS HERE, GOING EASTBOUND ON SAN VICENTE, AND A WHITE -- THE WHITE BRONCO WAS GOING NORTH ON BUNDY WITH NO LIGHTS ON.

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AND THEN I WAS DRIVING EASTBOUND, AND AS I GET TO THE INTERSECTION I HAVE THE GREEN. A WHITE BRONCO RUNS THE RED LIGHT AND GOES THROUGH THE INTERSECTION AND ALMOST HITS ME. I ENDED UP SWERVING THIS WAY TOWARDS THE SCHOOL AND THE BRONCO, WHICH WAS COMING AT ME, SWERVED AROUND AND WENT THAT WAY.

*

AS I PROCEEDED TO THE INTERSECTION, OUT OF THE CORNER OF MY EYE I SAW SOMETHING, A WHITE CAR OR TRUCK, BRONCO, COME RIGHT INTO MY -- IN FRONT OF ME AND IT DIDN'T HAVE ANY LIGHTS ON. SO I COULDN'T SEE IT. HE STOPPED -- HE STOPPED IN THE MIDDLE OF THE GRASSY MEDIAN RIGHT HERE AND HE TURNED AROUND AND LOOKED AT ME.

*

WHEN HE WAS -- THE FIRST TIME I NOTICED HIM WAS WHEN HE WAS RIGHT THERE IN FRONT OF ME AND I THOUGHT I WAS GOING TO HIT HIM.

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Q. WAS THE DRIVER'S SIDE WINDOW OF THE BRONCO OPENED OR CLOSED?

A. IT WAS OPENED.

Q. WERE YOU ABLE TO SEE THE PERSON SEATED IN THE BRONCO?

A. YES, I WAS.

Q. AND HOW WERE YOU ABLE TO SEE HIM?

A. HE TURNED AROUND AND GLARED AT ME AFTER HE HAD ALMOST HIT ME, AND THEN I -- THEN HE STARTED YELLING AT THE GUY IN THE NISSAN TO MOVE HIS CAR.

Q. SO WHEN YOU SAY HE TURNED AROUND AND GLARED AT YOU, DID YOU ACTUALLY MAKE EYE CONTACT WITH HIM?

A. YES, I DID.

Q. DID HE SAY ANYTHING?

A. NO. HE JUST GAVE ME A REAL QUICK LOOK, LIKE WHAT WAS I -- YOU KNOW, IT LOOKED LIKE HE WAS MAD OR ANGRY AND LIKE WHAT WAS I DOING TO HIM OR SOMETHING. I FELT LIKE HE WAS LOOKING AT ME LIKE I HAD ALMOST HIT HIM OR SOMETHING.

Q. DID HE SAY ANYTHING TO THE DRIVER OF THE NISSAN?

A. HE KEPT TELLING HIM, "GET OUT OF THE WAY; GET OUT OF THE WAY. MOVE THE CAR; MOVE. GET OUT OF THE WAY." AND THEN THE MORE HE YELLED, THE DRIVER OF THE NISSAN, THE GUY IN THE NISSAN GOT UPSET AND HE WAS TRYING, TO GET HIS CAR OUT OF THE WAY. BUT THEY WERE BOTH RUNNING INTO EACH OTHER EACH WAY THEY WENT.

Q. DID THE DRIVER OF THE BRONCO EVER PUT HIS HEAD OUT THE WINDOW OR ANY PART OF HIS BODY OUT THE DRIVER'S SIDE WINDOW?

A. HE STUCK HIS HAND AND LEANED OUT TO YELL AT THE GUY.

 

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Q. SO WERE YOU ABLE TO SEE THE DRIVER VERY CLEARLY?

A.
I RECOGNIZED HIM RIGHT AWAY.

Q. AND WHO IS HE?

A. I SAW O.J. SIMPSON.

 

 

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Approximately 10:52: Kato Kaelin heard noises on the back wall of his room.

Civil Trial November 19, 1996 Kato Kaelin

Q. Okay. Were you looking at the clock and watch at all?

A. No.

Q. Then what happened?

A. Then I heard these three noises that were thumps, three loud thumps, and my picture moved in the...

MR. PETROCELLI: Can we have the photo of his room with the picture.

(Exhibit 194 displayed.)

Q. (BY MR. PETROCELLI) When the noises occurred, did you look at a watch or a clock?

A. No.

Q. And you said a picture moved.

Can you point to Exhibit 194 and tell us what picture you're referring to?

A. This picture. It just moved after I heard the thumps, the picture moved that way.

Q. It tilted a little bit?

A. It tilted.


Q. How do you know that it moved?

A. I saw it.


Q. Now, where were you at the precise time that you heard these noises?

A. Leaning up against this bed, like that, talking on the phone (indicating).

Q. Talking on the phone?

A. (Witness nods.)

Q. So your back was against the head board?

A. Yes.

Q. And you said you heard these noises. What did they sound like?


A. Like someone falling back behind my bedroom wall.

Q. And what makes you say that?

A. Because that's what it sounded like to me after --


Q. You previously testified about the rhythm and volume of these noises.

Do you remember that?

A. Yes.

Q. By hitting the witness stand.

Can you demonstrate that to the jury, the rhythm and the volume of the noises.

A. (Witness pounds witness stand three times.)

Q. And did you feel anything against your back?

A. Yes.

Q. What did you feel?

A. Vibration.

Q. Okay. What did you then do?

A. Well, I talked to Rachel on the phone, I said, Rachel, did we just have an earthquake?

Q. Why did you say that?

A. I kind of wanted to believe that it was an earthquake because the picture moved. And she said no.

Q. Why did you want to believe it was an earthquake?

A. Because I didn't want to believe there was someone back there.

Q. And what did Rachel then say?

A. She said no.

Q. What did you then do?

A. I explained to her what had happened, the picture moved, and I said I should probably check on this.

Q. What did you do?

A. I got off the phone with her and then -- I have a flashlight, pen light, in the drawer, and I went to check on the noise.

Q. About how long of a period of time were you on the telephone with Rachel from the time you heard these noises until the time you got off?

A. About two to three minutes.

Q. And at two to three minutes, what was said?

A. To Rachel?

Q. Yes, and you.

A. I was saying to her that this noise -- that it first was an earthquake, and I was trying to convince myself that -- not to be scared. I told her, well, I'm going to check on this noise. If you don't hear from me in ten minutes, be worried. In a joking manner. And she was saying why don't you come over here, that type --

Q. She said why don't you come over here?

A. Yes.

Q. What did you say?

A. I said no, I better check on this.

Q. Was there anything else said?

A. No.

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Q. Okay. Now, when you got off the phone, did you look at a watch or a clock?

A. No.

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*10:55: Allan Park saw Simpson enter the front door of his house. Park sees lights go on in the house.

Criminal Trial March 28, 1995 Allan Park

Q OKAY. SO ON THE PHONE BILL IN FRONT OF YOU, SIR, ON THAT LAST CALL WHERE IT INDICATES 10:52 AND 17 SECONDS, DOES IT INDICATE HOW LONG THE PHONE CALL WAS FOR, THE DURATION OF THE CALL?

A UMM, YES, TWO MINUTES AND 55 SECONDS.

Q OKAY. DOES THAT COMPORT WITH YOUR MEMORY OF THE LENGTH OF THE PHONE CALL?

A YES.

Q AND SO YOU WOULD HAVE HUNG UP WITH HIM AT 10:55 AND 12 SECONDS?

A YES

Q AND IT WAS WITHIN THE LAST TEN TO THIRTY SECONDS OF THAT CALL AT 10 -- OF ENDING THAT CALL AT 10:55 THAT YOU SAW THIS SIX-FOOT 200-POUND PERSON GO INTO THE ENTRANCE?

A YES.

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