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Brimtown
11-15-2006, 08:46 AM
How I would have done it (http://apnews.myway.com/article/20061115/D8LDF2L00.html)

WTF? OJ is doing an interview with FOX to promote his new book, in which he explains how he would have killed Nicole Simpson and Ron Goldman if he was the one who did it. The article doesn't say, but I wonder if this #@#$% is going to be making any $$$ from this book. Simply incredible.

If I were Fred Goldman, I would want to put this a-hole into the ground permanently. This whole thing has turned into one big sick joke for OJ, continually plunging to new depths as he makes a mockery out of it.<div class="ev_tpc_signature">

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11-15-2006, 08:52 AM
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zeeEVIL1
11-15-2006, 09:00 AM
You know, the worst thing is is that OJ was aquitted for this. Meaning found innocent. No matter how you word it, it means exactly that. It also has destroyed his life. He cannot work, he cannot make public appearences. He has lost all credibility and respect. I watched the court case when it was on. It was a farce. The evidence presented was weak and did nothing to tie OJ to the crime. Other than the fact that he owned the house. I was more upset that the Bronco chase interupted the NBA championship game. I am not defending OJ here, But it probably is a joke to him now. What the hell is the guy to do. The case was dropped as soon as he was aquitted. No further investigation. No searching for another suspect. No looking at Mark Furman or whatever the hell his name was.
OJ has just been forced into a position of desperation since he is unable to receive or create the ability to survive. He has in a sense become a leper. I only present it like this because he was aquitted and the evidence that the prosicution presented did not help the prosicutions case at all. This was the first big Media TV court event ever. Since then The media has jumped on every case out there and sensationalized it to death. In the course of which alot of peoples lives have been ruined. Some deservedly, more undeservedly. Once it is out to the media, you become guilty in the public conciousness. From that no one can ever truly recover. This is because people will believe what they want to believe whether it is true or not.

Is OJ nuts? Yeah. Wouldn't you have gone a little crazy by now? Take into account, that there have been over 300 cases in the last 18 months of DNA testing finally discovering that many people have been imprisoned or sentenced to death for crimes that they did not commit. And those are only from the ones who have been tested so far. Out of those, i think only two cases have proven that they had the right person in custody.
While this is obviously a stupid move on OJ's part. Again, what is he supposed to do? This is the only thing that anyone ever wants to discuss with the guy. He probably has some misguided notion that this interview will clear the air for him and get people off of his *** about it. I think it will just make things worse in the long run.

Brimtown
11-15-2006, 09:08 AM
True, but he was found guilty in the civil trial. The criminal prosecution was botched from the very beginning, and OJ had the best legal team money could buy. Of course, only OJ truly knows if he did it or not, but the evidence at the trial did look pretty damning.

As far as losing credibility & respect, I don't know about that. Surely in the mainstream realm, he's lost it all. But there are circles in which he is still looked up to, a very sizable amount of people who are convinced that he was framed.<div class="ev_tpc_signature">

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Fuzzy_Bee
11-15-2006, 10:14 AM
Originally posted by zeeEVIL1:
I watched the court case when it was on. It was a farce. The evidence presented was weak and did nothing to tie OJ to the crime. Other than the fact that he owned the house.


You say you watched the trial and you can actually type in "did nothing to tie OJ to the crime." What trial were you watching?

There was plenty of evidence presented. Follow this link if you need to refresh your memory. http://www.usatoday.com/news/index/nns25.htm

More than sufficient evidence was presented to convict, but what you saw was the disparity of justice in America. If you are rich, you can buy better representation. The "Dream Team" of lawyers that O.J. assembled was more than up to the task of creating reasonable doubt when matched against an inept prosecution.

Try not boohooing about O.J.'s position in society. His position in society is far better than the 5' by 10' confines that should be his existence. If it was my daughter or son that was murdered by O.J., I would be hard pressed not to plant him in the ground. His actions post acquittal, including this latest farce, just continue to rub salt into the wounds of the families of Nicole and Ron.

What is he supposed to do? Who is to say. What I would like to see happen is that he disappears from public view as opposed to his desperate attempts to remain in the public eye.<div class="ev_tpc_signature">

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zeeEVIL1
11-15-2006, 10:15 AM
This is true, but those people mostly exist in the realm of football fans. Certain groups refuse to believe any wrongdoing could be commited by the people that they look up too. It's like that with actors and thier fans. But the fact remains that the media maligns people before the fact. Look at Nancy Grace on Headline news. She is total scum of the earth that sensationalizes a story and accuses people before they have a chance to hear thier case heard. Did OJ do it? Maybe. Like you said though, only he knows.

Brimtown
11-15-2006, 10:20 AM
I was just listening on the radio, they were saying that OJ gets $25K per month from his NFL pension, which cannot be touched. I'd hardly say that he is suffering.<div class="ev_tpc_signature">

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Ghengis_John
11-15-2006, 10:42 AM
Brimtown and bee, you'd seem to like to believe that simpson was guilty and there's nothing else to be said for it. Even with the evidence, certain indiscepancies like a vial of blood simpson submitted, simply dissapearing completely discredit the validity of the police effort. Frankly if the police wanted to present a legitimate case they shouldn't have made so many bumbles.

That said, this book and interview are both simply a bad idea. I don't even know why sipson is appearing with fox, they are perhaps the most sensationalist outlet, but similarily they more than any other network condemend him in the court of public opinion.<div class="ev_tpc_signature">

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Brimtown
11-15-2006, 10:47 AM
I understand what you're saying, and his defense team did their job. However, he was found guilty in the civil trial. That also seems to keep getting lost.<div class="ev_tpc_signature">

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pugjared
11-15-2006, 12:39 PM
On the topic of the book. Absolutely horrid. The topic of his writing is in bad taste to say the least.<div class="ev_tpc_signature">

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zeeEVIL1
11-17-2006, 08:51 AM
The bottom line here and i totally agree with it is that this is in the poorest taste possible and should not happen. Is OJ guilty? Maybe, maybe not. The civil case did not find him guilty of murder. They found him responsible which is different. That is why the Families got the money. He could not be tried twice for the crime. His actions in the last few years especially have been whacko to say the least. All this is going to do is destroy him in the public eye even further.
Personally i think that Kato did it.

Brimtown
11-17-2006, 09:03 AM
The publisher certainly seems to think this book is actually OJ's confession, in a "fictionalized" form. It will be interesting to see if the book reveals any details about the crime scene that haven't been made available to the public, that only the police and the killer would know.<div class="ev_tpc_signature">

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