JURY OF THE CENTURY

ANGRY AND DEFIANT, THE SIMPSON JURORS STAGE A MUTINY THAT SLOWS DOWN THE ALREADY LANGUIDLY PACED TRIAL

With the horrific doings in Oklahoma City, the doings in Los Angeles have quietly and appropriately slipped to the back pages of most people's minds. The Simpson double-murder trial is still a circus, but with all the sidebars and sideshows it's a slow-moving one, like a line of aged elephants lumbering around the big top. For months, the media focus had been on big names: Judge Lance Ito as he slowly lost his patience, breezy houseguest Kato Kaelin as he triumphantly pranced into his 16th minute of fame. But court watchers were reminded again last week that the most important people...

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