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LAPD Detective Mark Fuhrman today testified that his heart "started pounding" when he realized that the sticky, blood-soaked glove he discovered behind O.J. Simpson's mansion matched another that had been found near the bodies of Simpson's ex-wife and her friend, Ronald Goldman. Fuhrman testified that he came across the second glove near a wall where Simpson houseguest Kato Kaelin heard noises on the night of the slayings and that it appeared out of place because it did not have any dirt, twigs or leaves on it. Under cross-examination by defense lawyer F. Lee Bailey, Fuhrman said he didn't remember ever meeting Kathleen Bell, the woman who has accused him of making racial slurs.