Murder in Pretoria? OJ detective says 'Blade Runner' evidence is overwhelming
Fox News - almost 5 years
Attorneys for Oscar Pistorius, the so-called Blade Runner, are poking headline-grabbing holes in the forensic evidence arrayed against the South African double amputee, but none of it changes facts that show the Olympic sprinter killed his model girlfriend, said former LAPD investigator and author Mark Fuhrman.
The former lead detective in the Pistorius case is facing an attempted murder charge stemming from an on-duty incident, prosecutors may have been too quick to say steroids were found in the Pretoria mansion of the suspect and detectives missed a bullet lodged in the bathroom wall.
"So what?" says Fuhrman, who as a detective had a major role in the O.J. Simpson case and then went on to write several books analyzing the evidence in various high-profile murders.
"The defense attorneys are doing what defense attorneys everywhere do," Fuhrman said. "When you look at the facts, even omitting all the forensic evidence the police have produced, it's crystal clear.
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