Three of the world’s foremost criminalists (Dr Henry Lee, Dr Michael Baden and Dr Cyril Wecht) agree that the killer or killers of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman would have been covered in blood. But did LAPD find blood in the pipes / plumbing at OJ Simpson’s home? If not, why?
In his book Murder In Brentwood, disgraced former LAPD Detective (and convicted felon), Mark Fuhrman claims that blood was found in the laundry room at OJ Simpson’s estate located at 360 N Rockingham Avenue in the Brentwood section of Los Angeles.
Is Mark Fuhrman’s claim supported by the evidence?
If a man was covered in blood and returned to a home that was decorated with off-white carpeting lining the staircase and the entire second floor, is it reasonable to conclude that it is likely that on the carpeting one would find blood and/or blood residue? Was blood or blood residue found on that carpeting?
Would a man covered in blood who had less than five minutes to make himself presentable to strangers wash the blood off of his person? If one examined that person’s plumbing system they would surely discover blood residue in the drain traps. Was blood found in the drain traps of OJ Simpson’s bathroom?
In this mini-episode of “OJ Simpson: Fact or Fiction” we explore questions about blood evidence found in the plumbing system of OJ Simpson’s estate.
To learn the answer to the question “Did LAPD Find Blood In OJ Simpson’s Pipes?” watch episode 16 of “OJ Simpson: Fact or Fiction”: