Simpson family chronicles

On June 12 it will be ten years since the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman that made Bundy Drive, Rockingham Avenue and Johnnie Cochran world famous. In stories this weekend, O.J. blames Nicole for hanging around bad guys, and Denise Brown (remember her?) blames Marcia Clark for bungling the prosecution.

Also: One of the journalists O.J. spoke with recently, the Associated Press' star trial reporter Linda Deutsch, is interviewed in today's Los Angeles Times magazine.

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