One of the men who took a plea deal in exchange for his testimony in the O.J. Simpson armed robbery case said Friday that he saw another co-defendant pull a gun when the two accompanied Simpson into a hotel room.
Charles Cashmore -- who took the stand in the former NFL star's preliminary hearing -- is one of three men who agreed to plead guilty to reduced charges in connection with the September 13 incident at the Palace Station hotel.
Simpson said he was merely taking back items that belonged to him, but a memorabilia dealer -- one of the two alleged victims -- described it as a "military-style invasion." Read full article »
CNN's Peter Ornstein contributed to this report.