Originally posted by grapes911
I do remember hearing the verdict read. I was in school and for some reason the teacher allowed us to listen to verdict on the radio. I have not idea why.
Can't say I remember it, I was only 5Originally posted by rainman::|:|
god, it's hard to believe. i remember i was sitting in detention in jr. high, someone shouted it down the halls. A lot of the teachers turned on CourtTV to watch the verdict.
EricNau said:I wonder if he is the real killer
We may never know.
If it doesn't fit, you must acquit. hahaOriginally posted by Eevee
Believe he's guitly and got a way with it.
Rumor has it that he did. However, a problem arose when The Juicy One decided to revert to frontier justice by wearing multiple hats, acting as prosecutor, judge and jury.Lacero said:I wonder if he found the real killers.
All of that plus a doubling of the reward money. Hey, in tough economic times everybody needs incentives.Abstract said:I wonder if he's going to offer a special, 10 year anniversary limited edition murder and denial for us lucky O.J. fans?
I just finished watching that program on tape. It had a very predictable effect as I sat on my recliner ... I could sense a real rise in my blood pressure. The best line in the Frontline report, as stated by a few commentators, was this: "They framed a guilty man."Lacero said:PBS has a special on the O.J. Simpson trial and the aftermath tonight for all your American west coast readers. Will be interesting to see what introspection on 10 years will bring.
The case was irretrievably lost once District Attorney Gil Garcetti crumbled to the pressures brought to bear and agreed to have the venue changed from Santa Monica county (where the murders occurred) to downtown Los Angeles (which benefitted the defendant enormously).yoda13 said:... I wanted him to be innocent, but I thought at the time that he was probably guilty. Don't really know for sure of course. I know the prosecution could have done a better job, but OJ's defense was good too.