"Just when you thought nothing new could be said about the Trial of the Century - the O. J. Simpson courtroom drama that held America transfixed for sixteen months - here comes A Problem of Evidence, Joseph Bosco's sensational, truth-seeking missile of a book. Bosco, a seasoned crime journalist, is that rare thing - an unpuffed-up writer with no ax to grind. He simply tells the crime story as he sees it, and proves - beyond any doubt - that the prosecution bungled the case." "He takes us with him into the courtroom where he sat every day of the trial and introduces us to the full cast of characters. In a series of remarkable vignettes and close-up impressions, we watch them in action - for better and worse. We see what television did not show. We measure the real evidence and the real actors after all the spin, deception, and lies. And in exclusive interviews, about material never before revealed, we hear from Dr. Henry Lee, the country's leading forensic scientist; Pat McKenna, private investigator for the defense; Dr. Mark Goulston, psychiatrist who consulted for the prosecution; and Peter Bozanich, assistant Los Angeles district attorney."--BOOK JACKET.
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