Detective Mark Fuhrman on the Murder of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman

Aired on 02/20/1997 | CC tv-pg
One of the key players in the O.J. Simpson trial was Los Angeles Police Department Detective Mark Fuhrman. Detective Fuhrman supplied much of the evidence that incriminated O.J., including the infamous blood-soaked glove. A few months after the murders, the detective was charged with perjury for saying he hadn't used the n-word in the 10 years preceding the trial. When tapes surfaced of him repeatedly using the racial epithet, the defense team said the officer planted the glove at O.J.'s house in a racially motivated attack. Watch as Detective Fuhrman, a year and a half after O.J.'s acquittal, shares what he believes actually happened the night Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman were murdered.

Original airdate: February 20, 1997