The FX mini series 'The People v O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story" has reopened debate on many of the missteps taken leading to Simpson's acquittal over 25 years ago. Former District Attorney Gil Garcetti has now weighed in with his perspective in this exclusive New York Post interview.
Among Garcetti's observations; "She wasn't my choice - I didn't pick her" he said of lead prosecutor Marcia Clark, adding "she didn't heed the advice of our trial consultant" Garcetti told the New York Post.
Garcetti blames the 1994 earthquake for the need to hold the trial of the century in downtown Los Angeles rather than in Santa Monica, claiming the aged Santa Monica Courthouse was "wrecked by the earthquake," although many recall 'security concerns' as being the stated reason at the time.
For more of Garcetti's revelations, read the full article here.