F. Lee Bailey Interviewed by Mitch Jackson

Live (and recorded) video interview with famed criminal defense attorney, F. Lee Bailey.

Lee’s many clients and cases have included (1) Sam Sheppard (inspiration for the television series The Fugitive (1963–1967) and the 1993 movie staring Harrison Ford); (2) Boston Strangler; (3) Patty Hearst (armed bank robberies after being kidnapped by the Symbionese Liberation Army (SLA); and of course, (4) the OJ Simpson Case (his famous cross-examination of Detective Mark Fuhrman was considered by many to be the key to Simpson’s acquittal. Bailey got the detective to claim, “marine to marine”, he never used the “N” word.

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