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Simpson Prosecution May Wrap Case Today

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O.J. Simpson’s double-murder trial moved closer to a conclusion Thursday, when prosecutors called two FBI witnesses they hope will convince jurors that a defense expert was wrong when he told them that evidence at the Bundy crime scene suggested that Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Lyle Goldman were killed by two assailants.

The two FBI analysts are the last witnesses prosecutors plan to call in this phase of their case, which is expected to conclude today. For its part, the defense continues to pursue its effort to call FBI scientist Frederic Whitehurst, a witness they hope will cast a pall of doubt on the credibility of all of the FBI crime lab analysts who have testified in Simpson’s trial.

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