quote:Or that they poisoned the crime scene, handled the evidence incorrectly, and then royally screwed up the trial - they should have never allowed him to try on the glove: the leather shrunk and/or OJ's hands were swollen. Either way, the fact that he couldn't get his hand into it wasn't evidence that he didn't wear them, but you couldn't explain that to those nimrods they picked for jurors.
A lot of people in the legal world think both of those verdicts were correct.
Not that he didn't do it, but that they didn't prove he did it.
Hate to admit, but I found If I Did It at the Dollar Tree and picked it up (all proceeds go to the Goldmans and Browns) and read it. She was getting to be a pain in his ass: divorced him, but stalked him,and every time he got a new girl, she started harassing them and trying to split them up. Then she'd do shite like say, "I love you and we should get back together." He'd fall for it, then find her banging so other dude. With the kids, there was no way for him to be rid of her, save killing her. I think when he stopped by the house and found Goldman knocking the bottom out of it, he went nuts.
In that book, he's pretty much admitting to the murder, so I don't see why he would be lying about it.
Society definitely seems to have been intent to make his life hell after the verdict. Arrested for speeding through a manatee zone and sued by Direct TV for $20k for stealing satellite? IRS even came after him hard.