Rosa Lopez(L), a key defense witness in the O.J. Simpson murder trial, and defense attorney Johnnie Cochran Jr.(R), appear in front of a display of Simpson's Bronco truck in Superior Court in Los Angeles. Lopez, a housekeeper to a neighbor of O.J. Simpson's, claimed to have seen a white Ford Bronco outside his home at around the time the prosecution claimed the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman took place.
Monday marks 19 years since O.J. Simpson led police on an infamous low-speed chase in a white Bronco, after he allegedly killed his ex-wife Nicole. Simpson had arranged to turn himself in the morning of June 17, 1994, but never showed. He instead led the police on a 35-mile-per-hour pursuit with his friend A.C. driving the SUV. Simpson ultimately surrendered to authorities.
Another historical note: Mayor-elect Eric Garcetti’s father Gil was the district attorney at the time; his office prosecuted the Simpson case.
Watch the end of that historic chase below, and listen to Garcetti talk about the case on the phone with ABC News’s anchors: