O.J. Simpson: The Whole Truth?

As prosecution and defense wrangle, sources tell TIME that a Simpson friend may not have divulged all he knows

Powerful court cases are like a tornado. They exert a devastating centripetal force. Try as you may to keep yourself on the periphery, you can be dragged deep into a nasty center, the kind of place where it's easy to be torn apart. It must feel that way lately for some of the people who once thought of themselves as secondary players in the murder trial of O.J. Simpson.

Two of them are Brian ("Kato") Kaelin, who was living in Simpson's guesthouse on the night of the murders, and Kaelin's friend Rachel Ferrara. TIME has learned that prosecutors Marcia Clark and...

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