New Witness Surfaces Who Says Simpson Jury Hears 911 Tape of Enraged O.J.
Feb. 03, 1995
LOS ANGELES (AP) _ A new witness has told attorneys in the O.J. Simpson double-murder case that he saw four men near Nicole Brown Simpson's home the night she and a friend were slashed to death.
Defense attorney Johnnie Cochran Jr. complained to Superior Court Judge Lance Ito today that prosecutors had failed to turn over their interview with Leif Tilden.
Tilden saw four men near Bundy Drive between 10 and 10:30 p.m. the night Ms. Brown and Ronald Goldman were slain, Cochran said. He asked the judge to order prosecutors to turn over their interview with Tilden.
Prosecutor Chris Darden said a representative of the district attorney's office had interviewed Tilden less than 24 hours earlier and he had signed off today on papers that would be given to the defense.
He added that Tilden said the four young men appeared to be college students.
Another witness who claimed to see four men in the area about the same time was Mary Anne Gerchas, whose credibility came under attack last week.