Kato Kaelin: The Whole Truth by Marc EliotPoor Marcia Clark. She was outgunned by an expensive legal team and undermined by LAPDs star detective. Now we see how she was stonewalled by what could have been a star witness. The trial dialog supplied by Eliot shows that she knew that Kato had answers, but, Katos sympathetic character and surfer dude image helped him dodge questions with banal non-testimony.
In the early hours of investigation while Kato was being treated as a suspect could he have been given immunity? If so, would he have opened up on the stand? Hed have a harder time lying about the book and his observations of OJs jealousy.
Kato seems to have neither empathy nor moral compass. He tells Nicole, whos neediness is obvious, shes his friend whom hell do anything for, but as soon as he has the opportunity to trade up to OJ, he jumps at the chance. Kato believes OJ did it, and thinks there may have been an accomplice. He clearly has no sense of justice, and has not come through for Nicole.
What struck me, more than the psycho games of Nicole and OJ, was the emptiness of their lives. Both are so lonely that they need a house guest like Kato to fill their void. Nicole is obviously looking for love, and OJs obsession is probably the best substitute for it she can find. Her family, all working for OJ, is in the background of this book, and probably of her life as well. OJ has everything, but seems to know that he has nothing. He seems to need an admiring Kato hanging around, and besides, it upsets Nicole.
For the 17 hours of tape, and the lengthy legal record, I expected more. It may not be the authors fault. This may be all there is.
O.J. Simpson Trial Witness Kato Kaelin Tells Barbara Walters 'O.J. Simpson Is Guilty'
Simpson trial. Judge Lance Ito was among the first judges to allow television cameras into his courtroom, which is one reason why the public became so fascinated with the trial, it's still being talked about over 20 years later. Some witnesses in the Simpson trial even became minor celebrities. He was at the center of a media storm in , but where is Kato Kaelin today? Bustle has reached out to Kaelin for comment and has not yet received a response. Kaelin testified at Simpson's trial and in February , wrote an op-ed for The Daily News about how much he disliked the experience.
Kato Kaelin is best remembered as the witness in the O. Simpson murder trial who helped prosecutors establish a timeline of events on the night that Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman were murdered. Kato's appearance, with his long flowing blonde hair, and status as a "professional houseguest," catapulted him to fame overnight — fame that has since dissipated greatly over the last plus years. But that's not for lack of trying. Did you know he was still able to attract national press in by telling Barbara Walters that he believed O. It's truly been a whirlwind for America's most infamous freeloader since the not-guilty verdict heard round the world. Let's take a closer look at what Kato Kaelin's life is like today.
When people meet Kato Kaelin, the infamous houseguest who gave witness testimony during the O. Simpson murder trial, he always gets asked the same question: Did he do it? Kaelin's answer, by the way, is yes. Though he'll always be associated with "the trial of the century," Kaelin says there is more to him. For one thing?
He made a lot of TV appearances
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Kato Kaelin, a key witness who testified in the infamous O. Simpson is guilty. At the criminal trial, Kaelin served as a witness for the prosecution and his testimony made him an overnight celebrity. Kaelin, a friend to both O. Simpson and Nicole Simpson, helped establish a timeline for investigators. He said at the time that he had shared a takeout meal with O.
Brian Jerard Kaelin  born March 9, , known as Kato Kaelin , [a] is an American actor and radio and television personality who gained fame as a witness during the O. Simpson murder case. Kaelin was born on March 9, , in Milwaukee , Wisconsin. He attended, but never graduated from, the University of Wisconsin—Eau Claire. Kaelin was "best friends" with the actor and comedian Norm Macdonald from mid to mid, according to Macdonald's The Norm Show co-star Artie Lange.