LAPD Detective Tom Lange testified that no one but O.J. Simpson had ever been a suspect in the murders of his ex-wife and Ronald Goldman. Under cross-examination by the defense, Lange also said he never considered the possibility that Goldman, not Nicole Brown Simpson, was the primary target of the killer. Lange took the stand as the jury returned from a 10-day break, during which housekeeper Rosa Lopez had her alibi testimony videotaped for later use in the trial. Defense attorney Johnnie Cochran pressed Lange for evidence of a "rush to judgment" that Simpson was the killer "I had absolutely no other evidence that would point me in the other direction," responded Lange. The detective also testified that he made no effort to have the coroner investigate the contents of Goldman's stomach, which could have been used to help establish the time of death.