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Jurors in the O.J. Simpson case examined photographs ofblood stains found inside the Ford Broncothat prosecutors contend the defendant drove home after knifing to death his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend Ronald Goldman. The photos showed stains all over the driver's side -- on the door, above the door handle, on the carpet, the steering wheel and the instrument panel -- plus four red stains on the plastic console between the front seats. Prosecutors have told the jury thatsophisticated DNA testsfound that the blood in the Bronco matched samples from Simpson as well as the two victims.