Join Date: Jan 2005
Location: The Great Northwoods
Re: OJ civil trial: 9 years later
Actually, in the criminal trial the prosecution did prove O.J. Simpson guilty beyond a reasonable doubt, the jury just chose to rule otherwise. A word of advice if you're ever charged with a serious crime: if you're not guilty, opt for a trial by judge; if you're guilty, have a jury trial. The jury is always the wild card.
O.J. has recently said that he didn't actually write the confessional chapter in his recent, unpublished book. He went on to say he won't rest until he finds the person who did.
O.K.....Seriously, if two people hadn't been brutally murdered, the whole thing would be funny. In an interview O.J. did that was never broadcast to promote his book that was never published, when asked about details of the murder that aren't in the book, O.J. would sometimes answer, "I don't remember." Fuck!
O.J., you aren't a rocket scientist, but if you're going to maintain a facade of innocence, at least make something up! Don't say, "I don't remember"! You're supposed to be making the whole thing up, you knucklehead!!!
No, O.J. didn't kill his wife, he just beat the living shit out of her and threatened to kill her on a regular basis. Somebody else hacked her and another man to death in a crime of passion and spread O.J.'s DNA all over the crime scene. O.J. was simply riding around in the back of his Bronco with a gun to his head and 500 police following him around L.A. because he had a bunch of unpaid parking tickets.
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