TITLE

On O.J.: Fujisaki will not buck status quo on race matters

AUTHOR(S)
Schatzman, Dennis
PUB. DATE
September 1996
SOURCE
New York Amsterdam News;9/21/96, Vol. 87 Issue 38, p13
SOURCE TYPE
Newspaper
DOC. TYPE
Editorial
ABSTRACT
Opinion. Comments on the selection of Los Angeles County, California Superior Court Judge Hiroshi Fujisaki as judge and Santa Monica, California as venue of the trial for the wrongful death suits against O.J. Simpson. Expected sympathy of the judge for the plaintiffs; Decisions in a case involving the J. Paul Getty Museum and Glenna Wilson.
ACCESSION #
9610100127

 

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