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The state called fourth witness

Muget We're back from a lunch recess. The state has called its fourth witness: Charles Cashmore. He was one of the men who was at the Palace Station with OJ on Sept. 13. He was arrested and charged but then agreed to a plea deal with prosecutors. In exchange for reduced charges, Cashmore agreed to testify against OJ and the two co-defendants who have not taken plea deals. He is the first of the hotel-storming posse to testify in the preliminary hearing.


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