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    Re: O.J. Simpson confessed murder to Oprah

    Look, blacks are generally MUCH more racist towards anyone OTHER than blacks. Its no surprise on the reaction that took place. Anyhow, there in ZERO question OJ murdered. None.
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    Re: O.J. Simpson confessed murder to Oprah

    Quote Originally Posted by Marilyn Monroe View Post
    I think the blood shrunk the glove. They were probably leather, and I agree they degraded. If the gloves had his blood on them along with Nicole and Ron's, well it would still seem like he did it, pretty strongly.

    I have one foot that is a half size larger than the other one. Shoes don't ordinarily fit me right because of this. One side of the body is usually different from the other.
    Tell that to OV, he thinks he's a big ****ing genius about everything.
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    Re: O.J. Simpson confessed murder to Oprah

    Quote Originally Posted by Marilyn Monroe View Post
    It was LA. They would have destroyed the city, again. The judge knew it, the jury knew it. He was very guilty, and the blood evidence cynched it. Didn't need the too small glove, or the incompetent handling of the blood. His blood was in all the places, and theirs in his. Ron Goldman's blood was in his car for crissake.
    Do you really think a jury let him for free for fear of riots? Give me a break. lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ockham View Post
    Ah... so who went to jail from the LAPD for this obvious framing?
    LOL.....you actually think that cops are going to prosecuted for this kind of stuff? That's a good one. Cops are caught lying all the time and judges/prosecutors simply turn their heads....ask anyone who actually works in the criminal justice system.

    BTW OK.....how do you explain the preservative that was found in the blood on the sock that Mark Fuhrman supposedly found?
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    Re: O.J. Simpson confessed murder to Oprah

    Quote Originally Posted by disneydude View Post
    LOL.....you actually think that cops are going to prosecuted for this kind of stuff? That's a good one. Cops are caught lying all the time and judges/prosecutors simply turn their heads....ask anyone who actually works in the criminal justice system.

    BTW OK.....how do you explain the preservative that was found in the blood on the sock that Mark Fuhrman supposedly found?
    So no one was prosecuted, not even some damning articles in the newspaper about the obvious "framing".

    The conspiracy room is down the hall, 3rd door on the left.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ockham View Post
    So no one was prosecuted, not even some damning articles in the newspaper about the obvious "framing".

    The conspiracy room is down the hall, 3rd door on the left.
    So...Ock.....how do you explain the preservative found in the blood on the sock that Mark Fuhrman allegedly "found" over the wall?
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    Re: O.J. Simpson confessed murder to Oprah

    Quote Originally Posted by Kali View Post
    Do you really think a jury let him for free for fear of riots? Give me a break. lol
    I don't think that jury had a lot of geniuses on it. I think that Judge Ito had some political motivations. To me, at times, he seemed biased towards the defense.

    All it would have taken is for one juror to plant the seed of possible rioting. Then everybody might think they are saving the city. People at times are easily manipulated.
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    Re: O.J. Simpson confessed murder to Oprah

    Quote Originally Posted by disneydude View Post
    So...Ock.....how do you explain the preservative found in the blood on the sock that Mark Fuhrman allegedly "found" over the wall?
    I thought the sock was in his bedroom. The reason he didn't put it with the rest of the bloody clothes and shoes is because he didn't think there was any blood on them. There was, however, a blood stain the size of a quarter on I think, the left sock. The defense claimed the sock had been tampered with because the blood was old and crusty.

    MO is judge Ito should have never let the defense make some of their crazy claims. The too small glove made me cringe. It was his effing glove.

    The judge in the Casey Anthony trial is being pretty tough on the defense. I don't believe any case could ever be won if the defense can make all sorts of ridiculous claims and be allowed to enter them in in front of the jury.
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    Re: O.J. Simpson confessed murder to Oprah

    Quote Originally Posted by disneydude View Post
    So...Ock.....how do you explain the preservative found in the blood on the sock that Mark Fuhrman allegedly "found" over the wall?
    No idea... 3rd door on the left.
    I think if Thomas Jefferson were looking down, the author of the Bill of Rights, on whats being proposed here, hed agree with it. He would agree that the First Amendment cannot be absolute. - Chuck Schumer (D). Yet, Madison and Mason wrote the Bill of Rights, according to Sheila Jackson Lee, 400 years ago. Yup, it's a fact.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ockham View Post
    No idea... 3rd door on the left.
    Blind allegiance? Ignore the facts that cannot fit within the theory?
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