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Marcia Clark Undressed

Marcia Rachel Clark (born 31 August 1953) was a prosecutor for the State of California, County of Los Angeles in the O.J. Simpson criminal trial along with Christopher Darden.

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With Teresa Carpenter, she authored a book, Without a Doubt, about the case, in a deal reported to be worth $4.2 million.Clark was on leave from her job following Simpson's acquittal in 1995, and officially resigned in 1997, before the release of her book. Prior to the Simpson case, Clark had been with the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office since 1981 and had prosecuted approximately 60 cases, include the infamous McMartin Preschool sex abuse trial. She attended UCLA for her undergraduate degree. She then earned a J.D. at Southwestern University School of Law and was admitted to the State Bar of California in 1979. Her most significant achievement while working as a prosecutor was bringing attention to the seriousness of stalking crimes.

Currently, Clark is a "special correspondent" for Entertainment Tonight. She provides coverage of high profile trials and also does occasional reporting from the red carpet at awards shows such as the Emmys. Her work on ET often mirrors the reporting style of many former prosecutors like Nancy Grace and appears to have an anti-defendant undertone.

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disgusted commented, on March 28, 2008 at 4:58 p.m.:

The McMartin preschool case showed how abusive prosecutors can be. Clark should have been fired over that case that destroyed numerous lives. The allegations were made up by adults and scum bag experts like Kee McFarland who intimidated children to get them to make up things. You suck Clark you deserved to lose the OJ case and every other case you work on. You suck.

Bill Braskey! commented, on July 31, 2008 at 11:41 p.m.:

Yep, the only way I can get hard thinking about such a kunt is to imagine her with a ball-gag and handcuffs and a giant buttplug, inserted fast and DRY! Then I could hatefukk her into next week, doggystyle with her face in the toilet. I'd cum so hard, but if I impregnated her, I'd never forgive myself for copulating with such evil!!

jay allen commented, on October 29, 2009 at 12:30 a.m.:

Yea OK OJ was innocent ???????????????? Riiiight!!!!
lOOK She was just doing her job. If it had been your daughter or son you would be saying this about the the defense!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

jack commented, on November 13, 2009 at 7:09 p.m.:

Bill Braskey:

In between the lines, do I detect a certain respect -- even affection -- toward Marcia? I think I do. Behind all that tough talk is tender feelings. You can't hide these things. They bubble up to the surface despite your best efforts.

L commented, on March 29, 2010 at 2:35 p.m.:

Only the middle picture looks real. I think she should leave her top on when posing for pics. She looks much better that way. I think that picture was from about 1975. Already 20 years old during the Orenthal S.trial. If Marcia looked like that in 75, I'd hate to think what she looked like in 95, or now.
I didn't know she did the McMartin trial. I had never heard that, and I was watching a lot during Orenthal. I'm reading her book and she hasn't mentioned it at all through page 309 (of 502) and I don't see the name in the Index. However she does mention the Bardo case (Rebecca Scaeffer's killer) right away page 11, 12, & 13.

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