Los Angeles Police Department detective Mark Fuhrman, whose alleged racist past sparked outrage and helped acquit O.J. Simpson, is seen in this trial photo. Furhman testified he found a blood-stained glove at Brown's condo and another one at O.J. Simpson's home in Brentwood, California. In addition, he said he saw blood at the football player's home and in his car. Simpson's defense team alleged Fuhrman planted the glove and raised his prior use of racist language as part of his motivation.
Fuhrman, who worked out a plea bargain after being charged with perjury for lying in court and denying he used "the N-word," was given three years probation and fined $200. He retired from the police force before the plea deal.
Fuhrman has since written true crime books, including "Murder in Brentwood," and hosted talk radio programs. He frequently appears as a commentator on Fox News.
In a 2016 interview with The New York Post, Fuhrman slammed the FX docu-series "The People Vs. O.J. Simpson," saying, "it is sad that this movie will be the historical word on this infamous trial."