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Simpson, jury take field trip
By Linda Deutsch
The Associated Press
LOS ANGELES — After spend
ing eight months in prison, O.J.
Simpson went home Sunday to his
Brentwood mansion, but opted against
taking a tour of the estate.
Simpson, who was not wearing
handcuffs or apparently any other
restraint, stood in the front yard of his
estate. He decided against joining
nirs for a tour of the spot where the
ies of his ex-wife and her friend
On the last stop of their daylong
tour, jurors were escorted through
Simpson's bedroom, bathroom, closet,
kitchen, garage, laundry room and
Eight months to the day after the
murders of Nicole Brown Simpson
and Ronald Goldman, Superior Court
Judge Lance Ito convened an unusual
Sunday session for the tour.
Traveling in a motorcade of presi
dential proportions, jurors arrived at
the scene. They stepped out of their
bus with smoked-glass windows and
were escorted in groups of four in and
around Nicole Brown Simpson’s con
Security was tight as the motor
cade of one bus and 13 other vehicles
traveled from downtown Los Angeles'
to Simpson’s upscale Brentwood
Streets were barricaded, airspace
was restricted to keep news helicop
ters at a distance and some residents
were escorted by police to their homes.
The' tour came during the
prosecution’s presentation of evidence
against Simpson. It was intended to
give jurors a firsthand look at loca
tions that have or will come up in
Clinton intervenes to boost
Mideast peace process
WASHINGTON (AP)—As Presi
dent Clinton intervened to bolster
Mideast peace talks, Israel and the
PLO pledged Sunday to proceed with
expanded Palestinian self-rule on the
The pledge was taken by Foreign
Minister Shimon Peres and Nabil
Shaath, an adviser to Palestine Lib
eration Organization chairman
Yasser Arafat, at a meeting with Sec
retary of State Warren Christopher.
“We are at a critical moment in the
peace process,” Clinton said as he
presided at a meeting of the Israeli,
Jordanian and Egyptian foreign min
isters and Shaath of the PLO at Blair
“What we have to do now is to
have specific achievements, lasting
achievements,” Clinton said.
The three-hour meeting produced
an agreement to establish new indus
trial free-trade zones in the region,
and the president said he would clear
the way for exports from those zones
to enter the United States duty-free.
A joint statement issued at the end
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of the meeting said “there can be no
real peace in the region without secu
rity and stability.”
Negotiations between Israel and
the PLO have ground to a standstill
over in a wave of attacks by Muslim
fundamentalists and Israeli Prime
Minister Yitzhak Rabin’s decision to
seal off Gaza, the origin of much of
Christopher acknowledged that the
one-day meeting did not provide a
“There was no understanding or
conclusion reached on that subject,”
he said at a news conference.
However, Christopher reported a
productive three-way meeting with
Peres and Shaath before the Blair
He said the Palestinians had prom
ised “to preempt terror” and Israel to
promptly negotiate redeployment of
its troops and to hold elections among
Christopher called it “a very sig
nificant step” that sets the stage for
productive talks later in the week
between Rabin and Arafat.
Editor Jeff Zeleny
Managing Editor Jeff Robb
Assoc. News Editors DeDra Janssen
Opinion Page Editor Matt woody
Wire Editor Jennifer Miratsky
Copy Desk Editor Kristin Armstrong
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Art Director Kai Wilken
General Manager Dan Shattil
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