Tom Lange

Tom Lange joined the Los Angeles Police Department in 1967 after earning a Bronze Star in Vietnam as a sergeant in the U.S. Marines. In nearly twenty-nine years with the LAPD, he was awarded more than sixty commendations from various law enforcement agencies. Qualified in both federal and state superior court as an expert in homicide investigations and blood-splatter examination, he was involved in more than 250 homicide investigations during his career. He retired from the LAPD in 1996 and currently operates as a licensed private investigator in California. Lange and Philip Vannatter co-authored the New York Times bestseller, Evidence Dismissed (Pocket).

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Evidence Dismissed

by Tom Lange and Philip Vannatter

New York Times Bestseller

In this astonishing book, veteran LAPD detectives Tom Lange and Philip Vannatter - the leaders of the investigation into the Brown/Goldman double murder - fully chronicle the police case that brought O.J. Simpson to trial. Here for the first time are the plain facts of this sensational case, recounted in the kind of riveting detail only the detectives on the scene could deliver. And this is also the disturbing story of how solid, professional police work became evidence dismissed.

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