The true crime series The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story continues to remind viewers of the bizarre twists and turns of that case and the people it cast into the national spotlight. After a very long investigation, a longer trial, and hours upon hours of media scrutiny, Simpson was acquitted for the murders of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend, Ron Goldman. But, not everyone walked away: Detective Mark Fuhrman, charged with investigating the high-profile case, was eventually convicted of perjury in relation to the trial. There are many questions viewers may have about this enigmatic man, but one of the strangest may be this: Why did Mark Fuhrman collect Nazi memorabilia, of all things?
Fuhrman was a detective working on the original Simpson case in the mid-’90s, but he wasn’t just any detective. He was the detective who discovered the now-infamous bloodstained glove that