A few hours after the press conference, police, who publicly declared O.J. Simpson a fugitive, tracked the ex-football star's cell phone to a white Ford Bronco circling Los Angeles. The car was being ... more 
A few hours after the press conference, police, who publicly declared O.J. Simpson a fugitive, tracked the ex-football star's cell phone to a white Ford Bronco circling Los Angeles. The car was being driven by Al Cowlings, Simpson's longtime friend and former teammate, who told police that Simpson was in the back with a gun to his head. A 60-mile slow speed pursuit began, with police on the ground, television helicopters in the air and an estimated 93 million people watching at home. (Sam Mircovich/Reuters) less 
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Reuters | Photo By Sam Mircovich/Reuters
Tue, Jun 10, 2014 3:00 PM EDT