Analysis Of The Film 'Cops Think Kato Did It'

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While the case murder trial was going on, Kaelin was the subject of many jokes made in the media. While on the stand Kaelin story was different from Simpson’s and his testimony was inconsistent. After Simpson was acquitted and found not guilty Kaelin was still the butt of many jokes and many outlets were publishing false story headlines. The newspaper, National Examiner published a cover story title citing “Cops Think Kato Did It” with a picture of Kaelin posing shirtless. In the article it claimed that Kaelin’s friends believed that he was still a suspect in the murders. According to M.L Stein, Kaelin feared he was wanted for perjury due to the article (Stein, 1999). Kaelin end up suing the newspaper publisher, Globe Communications, for
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