AWAY TO DADDY'S HOUSE

AS O.J. SIMPSON IS GRANTED FULL CUSTODY OF HIS CHILDREN, THEIR GRANDPARENTS PREPARE TO APPEAL

For the Browns, the day was full of foreboding. Denise Brown could not sit still. The sister of Nicole Brown Simpson was expecting the worst and knew how the news would arrive: by fax from the Orange County, California, judge who was deciding where O.J. Simpson's two children would live. Desperate for distraction, Denise and her mother Juditha set off on a Christmas shopping trip, looking for snowboarding equipment.

The objects of the court's concern were frolicking about the house they had lived in since the murder of their mother on June 12, 1994. Sydney, 11, playing with a cousin, was...

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