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Published:June 5th, 2006 15:02 EST
Gary Puckett interviews Former LAPD Homicide Detective, Philip Vannatter about the O.J. Simpson Case

Gary Puckett interviews Former LAPD Homicide Detective, Philip Vannatter about the O.J. Simpson Case

By SOP newswire

The O.J. Simpson Case Revisited: Twelve Years Later

PHOENIX-AZ (rushprnews) 06/06/06 - On the evening of June 12th 1994, sometime after 10pm (Pacific Time), 35 year old Nicole Brown-Simpson and 25 year old Ronald Goldman were brutally murdered outside the Brentwood, California condo of Ms. Simpson - located at 875 Bundy Drive. What was to follow, leading up to the verdict in the O.J. Simpson murder trial, was nothing short of an unbelievable drama played out in 133 days of televised court room coverage, in the California Superior Courtroom of Judge Lance Ito.

Gary Puckett, a program host on, recently sat down with Mr. Philip Vannatter. Mr. Vannatter is now a retired LAPD detective, but in 1994 was the senior homicide detective assigned to respond to and investigate the two murders that took place on that night of June 12th. The interview contains a very candid review of the dynamics of the case, as explained by Mr. Vannatter.

According to the program`s coordinator, Bridget Hornbach, "the new-media program feeds for this interview have been distributed to our iPod and MP3 subscribers, and also placed on our website for online listeners across the entire geographic marketplace served by - which includes the USA, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands.

To listen to this revealing interview requires high-speed internet access and working speakers.

Go to the website

  1. Enter your Zip Code
  2. Select the GENERAL AUDIENCE "category"
  3. Within the Play Box (at the top of the screen), click on +PlayList
  4. Scroll down and select the program titled OJ SIMPSON

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For owners of iPods or any other MP3 media player, subscribing to any category of programs on is 100% free. An individual not owning a portable media player can go to website for free online listening, or download a choice of programs to their PC for personal enjoyment at a later time. continues to implement a unique business plan involving carrying its franchise to small communities across the entire country which includes a variety in programming - of interest to a broad spectrum of listeners in all age groups. This interesting interview with retired Detective Philip Vannatter is just another example of the quality and diversity of programs produced by Other successfull programs include the Woodshed Music Program, Factoid Fred, Unusual Occupations, Cover-To-Cover, Community Profiles, and the newly released sports trivia segment titled the Broo-Ha-Ha Show, by nationally known sportscaster Ken Broo ( offers a wide variety of audio program podcasts and is an excellent source for LOCAL WORLD MP3 audio. Marketing Manager, Allen Goodman states, "there`s more to life than just downloading music - and podcasting is changing the landscape of media distribution - podcasting offers content choices and time-shifted media."

For an interview request with host Gary Puckett, contact him weekdays at (812) 637-6908 (main studio line).