The prosecutor, Philip Kazen, told the jury that Elizabeth had "held a 9-year-old girl up as a sacrificial lamb to her friends."
"The bottom line is this," prosecutor Philip Kazen countered: VL "was very clear about specifics in terms of time, place, and content of the sexual assault.
Kazen, who is now a judge, didn't respond to multiple interview requests.
During a cross-examination, Kazen
, the prosecutor, broke the flow of his
questions to ask, "Am I intimidating you up here?
"So says O.J., ma'am," Kazen
Elizabeth's lawyer jumped in, saying, "Judge, did counsel make reference to O.J. here?
did, I'm going to ask for a mistrial.
The judge overruled that request.
The questioning continued, focusing on Elizabeth's relationships with women.
asked if she was dating Kristie Mayhugh, her roommate and one of the other women accused of abuse.
Philip Kazen, Elizabeth's prosecutor, is now a judge.
mentioned O.J. So let us understand kindly, why?
So listen to Philip
, what was he