Blood stains found at the crime scene were tested to determine blood type and to
provide DNA samples. Blood stains were found in O.J. Simpson's white Bronco, on
a pair of socks in his bedroom, on the pair of gloves, at the crime scene, in
O.J. Simpson's driveway and in his house. The prosecution states that the blood
evidence proves that O.J. Simpson is the murderer, while the defense contends
that the blood was contaminated and/or planted.
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