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kittycatkit August 12 2018, 21:26:54 UTC
MR. DOUGLAS: What happened next?

MR. MERRILL: After that, I wrote down my cellular number and my home phone number on my business card, handed it to Mr. Simpson. We both talked about how we were hoping that the weather would become nicer and walked him to the elevator, shook hands and discussed about getting back together later that morning.

MR. DOUGLAS: Did you see Mr. Simpson anymore that day after he got into the elevator?

MR. MERRILL: No, I did not.

MR. DOUGLAS: Now, you had a chance to see Mr. Simpson when he first came off of the airplane?

MR. MERRILL: Yes.

MR. DOUGLAS: You had a chance to see him for the time while you waited for the bags to come?

MR. MERRILL: Yes.

MR. DOUGLAS: About how much time did it take for the bags to come did you say?

MR. MERRILL: Approximately 10 minutes.

MR. DOUGLAS: You had a chance to see Mr. Simpson while you and he were inside your car traveling to his hotel?

MR. MERRILL: Yes.

MR. DOUGLAS: You had a chance to see Mr. Simpson while he interacted with--

MS. CLARK: Objection. This is all leading, your Honor.

THE COURT: Sustained.

MR. DOUGLAS: Did you have a chance to see Mr. Simpson as he interacted with the guests at the hotel?

MR. MERRILL: Yes, I did.

MR. DOUGLAS: During the entire time that you interacted with Mr. Simpson that morning, did you notice anything unusual about his hands?

MR. MERRILL: No, I did not.

MR. DOUGLAS: Did you notice any cuts on the middle finger of his left hand?

MR. MERRILL: No.

MR. DOUGLAS: I'm going to show you a photograph that is People's exhibit 123, and you can look on the monitor to your right.

MS. CLARK: Objection.

THE COURT: I'm sorry. I didn't hear you.

MS. CLARK: Objection, your Honor. Sorry. Objection.

THE COURT: What's the objection?

MS. CLARK: This photograph is irrelevant for the time frame posed.

THE COURT: Which exhibit is this?

MR. DOUGLAS: 123, your Honor.

MS. CLARK: Photograph taken June 13th in the afternoon.

THE COURT: Overruled.

MR. MERRILL: There's no picture.

THE COURT: Mr. Douglas. Mr. Merrill.

MR. DOUGLAS: Looking at the picture that is exhibit 123 shown on the monitor there, do you see what appears to be some sort of mark on Mr. Simpson's finger?

MR. MERRILL: Yes.

MR. DOUGLAS: During the time that you saw Mr. Simpson when he came off of the airplane and baggage claim and in the car and in the hotel, did you have occasion to see such a mark on his finger?

MR. MERRILL: No.

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