8 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, April 14, 1995
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ARE YOU LOOKING FORWARD TO
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he left Simpson's
Superior Court Judge Lance A. Ito explains to the jury In the 0.J. Simpson*
trial yesterday that he accidentally erased part of a defense videotape
while viewing it.
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LOS ANGELES (AP)-With the
troubled O.J. Simpson jury looking
on, a prosecution criminalist made a
startling claim yesterday that he tossed
a vial of Simpson's blood into a plas-
tic bag and left it unguarded on a lab
"You put Mr. Simpson's blood on
a table, unrefrigerated?" defense at-
torney Barry Scheck exclaimed in a
tone of disbelief.
Criminalist Dennis Fung, enduring
his fifth day of brutal cross-examina-
tion, said he placed all evidence gath-
ered from Simpson's estate on an evi-
dence table in the police laboratory the
night of June 13 and went home.
The next morning, he said, "I did
not detect any of my evidence from
the night before being disturbed."
Fung's statement came late in a
day dominated by the explosive de-
tails spilling out about turmoil among
certain jurors, over matters as seem-
ingly trivial as phone privileges and
as serious as racial disrespect.
Defense attorney Johnnie Cochran
Jr. said reports of kicking and hitting
among the sequestered jurors could
be sufficient to result in dismissal of
at least one more panelist.
He was likely referring to juror 353,
a white woman mentioned repeatedly
in the account of unhappy sequestration
provided by a Black woman dismissed
from the panel last week.
The 12 jurors and six remaining
alternates, presumably unaware their
dirty linen is being aired in public,
listened intently as Scheck again went
to work on Fung about how Simpson's
blood was handled.
Fung appeared rattled at times,
taking long pauses before answers
and often claiming a faulty memory.
He markedly changed his testimony
after viewing a defense videotape,
claiming for the first time that it was
his assistant who carried an envelope
containing the blood vial out of
Simpson's home, inside a black trash
bag. Earlier, he testified he carried the
blood out to his truck.
"When you got back to the pro-
cessing room did either of you take
the envelope out of the black plastic
bag?" Scheck pressed.
"No," Fung said.
"Mr. Fung, none of this ever hap-
pened as far as putting this gray enve-
lope in a black plastic bag, isn't that
correct?" Scheck asked accusingly.
tells Ito Jury is
Los Angeles Times
LOS ANGELES - A dis-
missed OJ.Simpsonjuror has told''
Superior Court Judge Lance A. 1t6
that the jury is so racially divided~"
that its members use separate gyms''
and movierooms, that deputy sher"" ,
iffs show favoritism toward whites
and that the atmosphere is like a"
prison's, with room searches and".
jurors wondering who next will be,'
missing from their number.
Jeanette Harris, was summoned
Wednesday evening to appear be-
fore Ito, who questioned her about,.
statements she made in television
interviews last week that Black
jurors were being mistreated by-,
deputies who were not always on
the job and often displayed con-"
duct that was unprofessional. A
transcript of the interview, which "
was conducted by Ito, was released
Harris was removed from the
jury April 5 after it was learned that
ing her in 1988, even though on a,.;
jury questionnaire she had denied
involvement in domestic violence,
The panel 'of jurors and alternates
now consists of 12 Blacks, four
whites and two Latinos. Only six
Ito has said he will be inter-
viewing all the jurors and alter-
nates before deciding on any course
of action. While a mistrial is pos-
sible, it is considered highly un-
likely and is opposed by both sides.
On Wednesday, Ito first asked
Harris about the alleged racism.,.
"Can you tell me what kind of
activities or conduct by the sher-
iffs that you felt are promoting
these racial animosity problems
with the jury?" Ito asked.
She said, "The. white jurors
didn't like going to the gym with
us. I can't explain why."
The transcript of Wednesday's
one-hour hearing, released yesterday;
showed that Harris, who is Blacks
remained adamant that certain non
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