O.J. Simpson's attorneys are awaiting Judge Ito's decision on their request to call an unidentified, last-minute witness they claim can offer "startling" information. James Willwerth reports from the trial that rumors are that the information concerns the credibility of the prosecution: "It allegedly concerns a claim that a member of the prosecution team lied to the judge in chambers about what Mark Fuhrman said during a prosecution rehearsal of his testimony." If the witness were to testify that a prosecutor had lied to the judge, the impact on the Simpson case could be critical. Today, glove expert Richard Rubin testified that the gloves worn by O.J. Simpson in videotapes of football games are the same size and rare model as the bloody gloves found at the crime scene and at Simpson's home.