Fuhrman was ultimately the only person to be convicted of a criminal charge in the 'Trial of the Century.' Letting the Juice loose: Mark Fuhrman will appear on Fox News this Thursday as part of the cable news network's coverage of the OJ Simpson parole hearing (Fuhrman above in the documentary 'OJ: made In America')'Throughout the day, FNC correspondents Claudia Cowan, Jonathan Hunt and Dan Springer will contribute live news updates on the hearing to FNC’s daytime and primetime programming,' the network said in a release.
'Additionally, FNC’s roaming correspondent-at-large Geraldo Rivera and FNC contributor and former LAPD detective Mark Fuhrman will provide contributions and analysis to FNC’s coverage.'Fuhrman has offered analysis for Fox News many times in the past, almost always defending the cations of police in racially-charged incidents.
It was also determined at that 2013 parole hearing that Simpson must still serve at least four more years behind bars, confirming that his earliest possible release date October 1, 2017.
Simpson had also served the time required for both conspiracy charges by that time, and now remains behind bars on just one of the eight counts for which he was ordered to serve time - assault with a deadly weapon.
On September 5, 1995, jurors in the case heard a recording of Fuhrman briefly saying the n-word twice, including when he spoke about his hometown by saying; 'We have no n****** where I grew up.'They did not however hear what came before that line of the tapes, which was; 'People there don't want n****** in their town.
People there don't want Mexicans in their town.'They don't want anybody but good people in their town, and anyway you can do to get them out of there that's fine with them.
Fuhrman, 65, was pegged as the star witness in the prosecution's double-murder trial against Simpson back in 1995, but ended up being eviscerated by the former football star's defense team on the stand.
He later pleaded no contest to perjury after lying under oath during the trial about his use of racial slurs and retired from the Los Angeles Police Department.
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