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Dead End
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re: 25 years on: OJ Simpson says ‘Life is fine’ after prison
Dad, do you remember that time you killed mom and her boyfriend?

"We can't talk about that. We in the no negative zone."


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tigerpimpbot
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re: 25 years on: OJ Simpson says ‘Life is fine’ after prison
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how the hell was he ever going to put on gloves that are a skin tight snug fit by design wearing those surgery gloves, its a frickin inposibility


Chris Darden was too busy thinking about busting up Marcia clark’s vagina to be concerned with these simple details.


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johnnyrocket
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re: 25 years on: OJ Simpson says ‘Life is fine’ after prison
Man I was victimized.

- At home fixing to go on vacation
- saw on tv and neighbor who was co worker got called in. He joked with me telling me to hide out.
- told wife not to answer the phone and let the answering machine get it.
- She picked up the phone and said I was home
- I felt bad and with no back spine went into work
- delayed my vacation by 8 to 9 hours

This was tragic for me and pissed my off.
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xXLSUXx
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re: 25 years on: OJ Simpson says ‘Life is fine’ after prison
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If not then who was it?



What about the Jason theory?



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There is a lot of interesting evidence pointing that the murders were actually done by Jason Simpson, OJ's son. OJ even retained a lawyer for Jason, expecting an arrest.

Prior to the killings, O.J.'s son Jason was diagnosed with "intermittent rage disorder" (AKA Jekyll and Hyde syndrome) and was given the drug Depakote to control his rage and seizures.

Jason abused alcohol, ecstasy, and cocaine as early as age 14. Police reports indicate that he was arrested at least four times (including DUI, driving with a suspended license, and assault with a deadly weapon) while medical records reveal at least three suicide attempts.

A note titled "Dear Jason" that described the writer as being three persons was identified by handwriting experts as being written by Jason Simpson; he also wrote about killing anyone who hurt his loved ones and how he felt like "Jekyll and Hyde" (in diaries obtained by Dear).

In January 1994, six months before the killings, Jason went to the emergency room because he heard voices of people who weren't there and said he felt as if he was "going to rage" because he ran out of Depakote. He stopped taking Depakote two months before the murders.

In his past, Jason had nearly killed a girlfriend (with a knife) and almost seriously injured another in fits of rage (whereas O.J. has been accused of domestic abuse, but he has never been arrested for assault and was not prone to use weapons to settle a dispute).

The night of the murders, Jason expected Nicole Brown Simpson's family to dine at the restaurant where he was working, but Brown Simpson chose another restaurant (probably without telling Jason).

The murders took place between 9:45 and 10:05 p.m. Jason was by himself after approximately 9:50 p.m. and "has no alibi that can be supported by anyone else as to where he was while the killings occurred."

Jason's time card for the night of the murders was handwritten, even though the electronic time clock was working.

The black "navy watch cap" found at the crime scene contained animal hair and hair fibers that did not match O.J.

Photographs obtained from Jason's storage locker show that Jason wore watch caps often. One (dated 3/24/93) shows him sitting with his dog while wearing a cap identical to the one found at the crime scene.

The day after the murders (and four days prior to his arrest), O.J. hired top criminal attorney Carl Jones to represent Jason even though he wasn't a suspect.

One of Jason's ex-classmates informed Dear that Jason was trained in hand-to-hand combat as well as field knife training while attending the Army and Navy Academy, whereas O.J. hates the sight of blood.

Based on pictures of Ron Goldman's badly bruised and swollen hands, he must have struck hard blows to the assailant, and he was a 3rd degree black belt. The next day O.J. voluntarily stripped at the LAPD, and there were no marks or bruises that indicated he had been in a scuffle

Dear bought contents of a storage locker owned by Jason Simpson around the time of the murders and found a knife that matched the description of the murder weapon. "After examination of [Jason's] knife by a world-renowned forensic scientist, the butt of the knife appears to match the blow/injury Nicole Simpson suffered on the top of her head." (Whereas O.J.'s Swiss Army knife and stilleto were conclusively ruled out as the murder weapon.)

The LAPD found 15 separate unidentified fingerprints at the crime scene. None belonged to O.J., and police never compared Jason's fingerprints)

At the time of the murders, 24-year-old Jason was on probation for assault with a deadly weapon for attacking his boss with a kitchen knife.

Investigators found blood and skin under Nicole's fingernails ... along with blood drops on her back that didn't match those of O.J." (Jason was never interviewed and never gave a DNA sample.)

Three crime scene experts studied the investigative material and determined that "Jason Simpson should have been considered a major suspect in the murders."

Four doctors reviewed the investigative material along with Jason's records and determined that "Jason Simpson is psychologically disturbed and in need of help.

Jason's psychiatrist said that "if Jason was guilty he could never be convicted because of his mental condition."


Rouge
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re: 25 years on: OJ Simpson says ‘Life is fine’ after prison
a mistrial should have been declared the moment that the court realized that Judge ito's wife had lied about her previous associations with Mark fuhrman.
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AU_251
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Member since Feb 2013
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re: 25 years on: OJ Simpson says ‘Life is fine’ after prison
How are the lives of the two dead victims he killed? Hmmm

frick him. One of the worst people I've ever seen interviewed, he is a narcissistic psycho count


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gumbo2176
Member since May 2018
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re: 25 years on: OJ Simpson says ‘Life is fine’ after prison
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He looks great for his age.


And all that guilt he's carrying around inside too.


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Big EZ Tiger
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re: 25 years on: OJ Simpson says ‘Life is fine’ after prison
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He looks great for his age.

They say he's still sharp as a knife too.


777Tiger
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re: 25 years on: OJ Simpson says ‘Life is fine’ after prison
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They say he's still sharp as a knife too.

and a razor wit about him


AU_251
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Member since Feb 2013
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re: 25 years on: OJ Simpson says ‘Life is fine’ after prison
Confession - Hypothetical

The most enraging video I've ever watched


carrguitar
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Member since Oct 2014
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re: 25 years on: OJ Simpson says ‘Life is fine’ after prison
Frick Al Cowlings for talking this POS out of taking his life. Think of the butterfly effect if this dude would have had the balls to end it on the highway and save the world from this huge charade.


East Coast Band
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re: 25 years on: OJ Simpson says ‘Life is fine’ after prison
Explain the limo driver testimony of waiting and calling for OJ at his house, then seeing someone jump his wall/fence (in the same location of the found second bloody glove), then to hear OJ announce over the speaker he'll be out in a few minutes.


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The Korean
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Member since May 2008
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re: 25 years on: OJ Simpson says ‘Life is fine’ after prison
How big of a narcissist is he that he had to do a hypothetical interview and book.

I watched a documentary a few years ago and as the time has passed, more and more people who said he was innocent now realize he is guilty, even the jurors.




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FairhopeTider
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Member since May 2012
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re: 25 years on: OJ Simpson says ‘Life is fine’ after prison
Just imagine if OJ Simpson hadn’t killed Nicole & Goldman or if he had just blown his head off in the Bronco.

That whole story had a huge negative effect on this country. It brought us the Kardashians. Made Cable News turn into a 24/7 sprint for content. Fractured race relations across the nation.


GreyWhiskers
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Member since Nov 2018
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re: 25 years on: OJ Simpson says ‘Life is fine’ after prison
I just want to know how he took out two people in a short time and walked away with only a small cut on his finger. Nicole was probably an easy target, from the looks of all the crime scene pics, she didn’t put up a fight, but from what I’ve read, Ron did put up a fight. So how did he kill two people that quick without help?


Roll Tide Ravens
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re: 25 years on: OJ Simpson says ‘Life is fine’ after prison
Fred Goldman will ensure that OJ never moves on.


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Tempratt
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re: 25 years on: OJ Simpson says ‘Life is fine’ after prison
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The jury has directly admitted that the verdict was vengeance for Rodney King.


Something else consider is that O.J. was held in high regard since he killed 2 white people. That accounted for a lot.


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OMLandshark
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re: 25 years on: OJ Simpson says ‘Life is fine’ after prison
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Frick Al Cowlings for talking this POS out of taking his life.


To be honest, I kind of feel bad for AC. I really wish he had agreed to do the 30 for 30. Outside of the murder victims, their families, and other women he has violently beaten, AC seems to be OJ’s biggest victim.

And AC didn’t talk OJ out of killing himself. OJ is a sociopath, plain and simple. They’re too selfish to commit suicide unless the Red Army or a Mongolian horde is closing in on them. He actively bragged to Nicole that he would get away with killing her. He was doing this for the attention so he could look like the victim. I’m thoroughly convinced OJ never rationally thought about killing himself.

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Think of the butterfly effect if this dude would have had the balls to end it on the highway and save the world from this huge charade.


Yep, he ruined the media and society at large. Now it’s not the news but bull shite stories designed to rope you in and freak you out. He certainly accelerated reality tv by roughly a decade, and think what that means for society at large. The world would be a much better place in retrospect if he had killed himself in the Bronco or the police treated him like any other citizen doing this fricking bull shite.


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dawgfan24348
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Member since Oct 2011
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re: 25 years on: OJ Simpson says ‘Life is fine’ after prison
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during a fair trial


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OMLandshark
Ole Miss Fan
Member since Apr 2009
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re: 25 years on: OJ Simpson says ‘Life is fine’ after prison
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Just imagine if OJ Simpson hadn’t killed Nicole & Goldman or if he had just blown his head off in the Bronco.

That whole story had a huge negative effect on this country. It brought us the Kardashians. Made Cable News turn into a 24/7 sprint for content. Fractured race relations across the nation.


I guarantee you that Trump would not be President if OJ had killed himself in the back of the Bronco. The Apprentice would have been another 5-10 years off, which is enough to ensure that he wouldn’t win the Presidency. To the entire country, Trump was just known as that rich guy that goes and talks mad shite on Howard Stern. He was more of a local celebrity in New York until the Apprentice kicked off.


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