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Mark Fuhrman is a retired LAPD homicide detective who gained national recognition during the O. J. Simpson case. That case was the subject of his first book, Murder in Brentwood, which became a New York Times bestseller. Since then, he has written five other books on crime and is currently employed as a FOX News consultant. Mark lives in North Idaho with his wife and two children.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Mass media and crime -- United States.
Mass media and criminal justice -- United States.
Murder in mass media.
Mass media -- Objectivity -- United States.