posted on Jun, 26 2011 @ 08:22 AM
You don't know what you are talking about.
You can find many sources with a web search. The police dis-assembled the plumbing, trying to detect whether any blood had been washed off. They found
none, no traces of any blood. So how did OJ wash up?
In your Wikipedia reference, you will find the blood stained items were found by Mark Fuhrman, and what should have been the prosecutions strongest
point, turned out to be their weakest, with inept DNA testing. From the USA today link, note many points of evidence to the contrary, such as:
"WILLIAM BLASINI JR., car parts buyer: (RT) Visited tow yard June 21, 1994; sat in Bronco's passenger and driver seats; saw no blood inside;
acknowledged Bronco was indoors, he didn't have flashlight and didn't closely examine paneling. Dec. 18, 1996:"
"WAYNE STANFIELD, American Airlines captain: Got autograph from Simpson, described him as "calm, cool and collected"; saw no cuts on left hand but
never carefully looked at Simpson's hands. Dec. 12, 1996:"
"DENNIS FUNG, criminalist: Didn't collect paper scrap at crime scene because didn't see it; carried glove from Simpson home to crime scene on
Lange's orders and against better judgment; didn't recall Lange telling him to collect stains from gate; saw no sign fence was scaled near air
conditioner where right glove found; no dirt on glove, no footprints around it; found traces of substance, perhaps blood, in drains of Simpson's
bathroom, tests never confirmed; got positive result for blood on wire near air conditioner but tests never confirmed; looking at photographs, it
appeared evidence at crime scene was moved. Nov. 5, 1996:"