People: Jan. 13, 1997


Does the world want to hear more from MARK FUHRMAN? Well, it's going to. His book Murder in Brentwood is due out in February. And Vanity Fair has scored the first interview with the disgraced former cop. To say that Fuhrman, living on an isolated farm in Idaho and working as an electrician, is bitter about his treatment during the O.J. Simpson case is putting it mildly. Fuhrman says he found other pieces of evidence that were never pursued, including a knife box in Simpson's bathroom, dark clothes in his washing machine and a blood-stained...

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