Black privilege 😂 lol that sure as fuck isn't black privilege more about him being famous b
@yuppthatsme it certainly is black privilege. Imagine if a white guy did this they wouldn't even let him have a saying let alone parole. They would have given him life without bail or parole. But oooo no black Americans can't be racist (sarcasm)... so people are letting scums like him off easy. Yes it honestly is black privilege as well as him being famous. It's both of them honestly.
Okay lol wait upI know what ur talking about like some people being let off because others don't want to be seen badly but this sure as fuck is not one of those situationsHe was tried for the murder which they didn't have enough evidence for so he had to get let offThen the robbery case which he had gotten "more" then what he should've but it was because they couldn't charge him for the murder so they found the one thing they could charge him forI'm not condoning it or anything either like I think he should stay longer too I just hate seeing u think this is "black privilege"
black privilege? are you serious?
Al Capone went to jail for 5 years then was released
@Benk111 Al Capone was released from prison because he contracted syphilis, became demented, and started calling up his enemies to apologise to them. OJ isn't in the same position
That's not the point though. Yes we all know that he is a murderer, but because he was not convicted of the crime, our laws say he cannot be retried. I hate OJ, but it is against our laws to pit him in prison for a longer time based off of a crime he was acquitted from.
@ddawggedy I'm just saying Capone died living a life of luxury and killed way more people than OJ.
your username fits your reasoning
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Lot of information for someone who doesn't care lol
I know but it was better than nothing. he was untouchable.
@melodybluesy That is very true.
@Hater007 I meant I don't care if he gets out.
what do you have to say the the fact that the cops were literally in his house going against protocol for investigation and a recording of one of the cops saying he would plant evidence on OJ?
It is textbook elitism and there is no other way to put it. If some other poor, colored youth committed armed robbery he would be in prison for life. No second chance or mercy whatsoever. Yet because it is some rich celebrity, he barely gets a slap on the wrist.
there was a fail trial. the cops did not follow the normal investigation, this automatically makes OJS case stronger, even if he did do the murder. The cop also said he had no problem planting evidence on OJ. I think his son did it.
Oj Simpson's son was like 6 years old when his mother was murdered, and if he's innocent then how did the families of the victims win a Civil suit against him for the wrongful deaths of the two victims'?
for all we know, some random guy could have done it. This is my point and it stands. The cops did not follow a routine investigation and they were literally caught inside his house after the situation. One of the cops even stated he would plant evidence on OJ. those are 2 red flags, and were good for OJS defense
It should be noted that OJ was found guilty in the civil court trial that was brought against him. He particularly broke down during the questioning and cross examination.
@The_Underground_Man innocent people break down all the time, thats not a definite sign of being guilty. Besides, those two obvious points that I stated still stands. There wasn't a proper investigation, there where shady cops involved. This can not be negated
@imbored2252Your points are the exact same things that Oj Simpson's defense team said, all those allegations were dismissed because they couldn't come up with any proof, same with the Columbian necktie/drug dealer scenario that they suggested. His defense team was one of the best money can buy it costed him between US $3-6 million to hire them, and not to mention the jury that was mostly African American women, and it has been said that they threw the trial as revenge for the Rodney King trail, which was a totally unfair trial.
actually, its a fact that the police did not follow protocol and this can be seen with the way that they handled evidence. this automatically makes their side faulty. Even if you think he did it, its still innocent until proven guilty, and the cops hurt their chances by carrying out a weak investigation when it came to forensics. There was no 100% clear cut proof, so even if the jury had some kind of biased view they still had the leeway to say not guilty because they had no direct proof.
The son was not 6 years old.
he was 5 years old at the time of the murders 2 months shy of 6, he is 27 now.
@ItsKchilloutbro Yes, truly
For you to dislike racism, why are a lot of your post about Black this and black that? If you don't like it then why do you segregate yourself? I don't look at people for their skin color but for their actions. I recommend that if you don't want racist remarks or be treated differently than others, then you should maybe consider not posting about color. People will automatically assume that, thats all your about. I mean no offense to you, just trying to shed some light on the matter.
@dilligaff Dude, I'm not trying to be racist. The reason why I asked those questions is because I curious about how they used math about black demographics. I don't look at people for their skin color either, just their actions. Thanks, for the shedding the light.
well said bud I can't say it as colourfull as you so thank you. probs say some more jst not now
@Pahss Okay, ty for understanding.
dilligaff well said-difficult not to raise head above parapets I would like to meet the guy
Ok, it just seemed like you were pretty angry in your opinion you posted. I know a lot of people that just like to ride that boat and Id likes to see it stop too. Have a good one.
Yeah he stole some of his football memorabilia at like a pawn shop or autograph shop maybe awhile ago and held the owner at gunpoint. Probably when I was in high school because I remember it on ESPN lol.
yeah 33 years for armed robbery seemed excessive. had to wonder if it was some sort of makeup call for the murder trial
it absolutely was. in the USA. justice. is anything but blind. the man was innocent on the murder charges. the prosecutor. had all the time in the world to prove her case. and she couldn't do it. just because people think he did something. doesn't mean he was the one to do it. If I had all the tools. the prosecutor has available to them. I could take any completely innocent person and convict them of a crime. the justice system. isn't just. so before you want to go and hang someone. remember. 12 people. just like you all said he didn't murder his ex wife. or her boyfriend. His son did on many occasions say he would kill anyone who ever hurt his dad. or has everyone forgotten about those words which had been mentioned.
he's not gulity
@GoodGuyGregGGG Everyone knows he did it... just proves how bad the judicial system is.
Well ex wife
@Blonde401 Even if someone was naive enough to believe he didn't kill Nicole Brown, those calls she made to the police are so harrowing and so disturbing to suggest that he is a threat to people and women in particular. A horrible, horrible scumbag.
The court says he didn't do it. so he didn't do it
@GoodGuyGregGGG Wow! Do you seriously want me to run through literally 100's of examples where the court's have got it wrong? I'm ready to go!
If you didn't witness the crime you asumme he did... how is it you know so much more than anyone else?
@Djaaay I didn't witness the battle of Hastings, but arrow or no arrow I know Harold took a tw@tting, in the case of OJ as you're asking, a history of wife beating, jury recanting, an attempt at cashing in with an ill advised "how I would of done it" book... and the list goes on.
@AndrewMG your not suppose use the history of a person in a trial like that. we talking about if he killed her. just cause i hit woman dont mean imma kill her. Your letting your personal feeling get involvedSure it gives him motive. but does it show that he killed her nope not enough evidence
@AndrewMG 👏👏👏👏👏 thank you for being awesome as always.
@GoodGuyGregGGG In the UK in certain examples the CPS can use (and rightfully so, previous convictions as evidence) in court, you have a wife beating cowardly c*nt in OJ, no other suspects, and a clear motive... I'm with you in the sense that we have to respect the law of the lands, but even if you don't believe he didn't kill her, he is (self admittedly a woman beater) deserving of condemnation and no sympathy what so ever.
@GoodGuyGregGGG. Still no one can say beyond a reasonable doubt that he's guilty or not... you or I were not there so , what do we know for sure?
@Djaaay Have you the first idea how jury's work? If convictions were based on who was there at the time, probably 99.9% of convict's would be free. I believe he was guilty, you believe he was innocent, that's fair enough. What isn't open for dispute was he a wife beating misogynist... In my eyes that put's him in scum bag status, you may agree or disagree but personally I don't give a sh! t about a person who's natural reaction is to side for the offender as opposed to the defender.
@AndrewMG. After 21 years in prison myself years ago , yea I sure do... by the way , I never said he was innocent or guilty. All I mentioned was no one , knows anything about their confrontation except the two or three involved. So everyone just chill with your assuming opinions , because that's all anyone of us can say... none of us were there.
And about jurys , don't get me started with all those fear driven , weak f... people out there acting like they know what happens either. Don't get me started with that can of worms......
By the way , I don't like anyone who takes sides regardless , just to put their 2 cents in... better know your shit and have proof...
@Djaaay so all the dna evidence is bullshit? The fact he tried to flee? Would an innocent man flee? He beat the shit out of her all the time, it was bound to happen. He's a scumbag.
All I'm saying is , none of us were there to witness it first hand. An assumption is not the presumption of guilt. Besides he wasn't found guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. Revengefull public feelings are not evidence towards a conviction.
@Djaaay mate I'm not going to go out and do anything to him. But I'm entitled to my opinion, given the evidence. Karla Homolka murdered kids and she's no longer in jail. Does that mean I should treat her like she's not a murdering scum bag?
Everyone is entitled to their own opinion , but not their own set of facts... The circumstances I agree are just heartwrenching and grisly , as its told by third party people who were'nt there. Opinions don't convict anyone. And our courts aren't allowed to assume. So neither should we.
@Djaaay no the DNA evidence should have. But with a jury full of fucktards and a judge that loved the press he was never convicted, despite DNA evidence. Maybe you should research the case a little before you start defending murderers?
DNA proves nothing except he lived at the location the crime to place at. DNA was tainted from the officer Mark Fuerman of (lapd) . Marsha clark , district att , wasn't able to present to the impanelled jury, any evidence beyond a reasonable doubt. Johnny Cochran , the defense attorney for o. j... was able to victor instead. The public , the court , the media , dont really know beyond a reasonable dout what really took place.
@Djaaay nope. Sorry. You're going to believe that bullshit line about the LAPD? No.
I dont believe anything about the case , why don't you relize that. Unless you witnessed this in person , i really dont belive you or anyone else for that matter. None of us were there , so stop asumming!!!
@Djaaay I agree that people should stop assuming. It doesn't really hurt to not assume. I think at best a person should be weary considering the accusations, but beyond that formulating assumptions without being an expert or a witness is fruitless.
@Djaaay this just in, nobody can form an opinion on anything based on hard evidence 🙄 Yeah ok. Whatever.
What did i say about opinions?
And what hard evidence?
@Djaaay DNA evidence. The gloves, the blood on his clothes, the blood in the bronco. Etc. I'm not going to repeat the case for you because you're too lazy to research.
How did you find out about the DNA evidence? And can you prove beyond a reasonable doubt, this information is absolutely true?
@Djaaay look up the case. They showed the DNA evidence in court! Jesus Christ!!!
@Djaaay I kinda understand your argument but to keep saying "if you weren't there you didn't know what happened is an argument a 7 year old would use", using that logic 99% of guilty people would of been found innocent. Hence DNA, witnesses, circumstantial evidence play a line. If you wan't my honest opinion though what I would say is guilty or not guilty (and I'm very much in the guilty camp) he is very much an unsympathetic character and therefore hard to show any empathy towards. If he didn't kill her then he still made her life a living hell, a 6ft 4 athlete physically bullying his wife (which is openly admitted) is a coward and unworthy of a celebration of his oncoming freedom.
Yea , they showed the DNA in court... but the jury selected a verdict otherwise. Sorry I wasn't on the jury to make you feel better.
@AndrewMG. I refuse to pass judgement without proven concrete evidence. Any one of you that jump on the bash wagon just to be opinionated and rush to a judgement of your own without concrete evidence is exactly what the trial judge warns jury panels not to do. None of you on this post would make it one day on a jury panelwithout being told to leave based on (bias) . Oh , and I wasn't defending him or bashing him , I wasn't there. I confess I don't know exactly what happened.
@Djaaay You keep asking for concrete evidence which you've suggested is witnessing the event, which takes away from my point of view, which is OJ Simpson had a media persona (during his NFL/Naked gun/Film) which was a million miles away from the misogynist/wife beating character he actually is. He built a career on being the clean cut "Juice" and made millions of it, so when the media turn on him it create's a contradiction. Therefore almost every jury member will sway one side or the other. My opinion is anyone involved in domestic violence is a scumbag, hence I'd wear it as a medal of pride if I was excluded from the Jury.
@AndrewMG. That's your opinion of the guy. Concrete evidence , damn right. Wait till your on trial... and get railroaded , convicted and sentenced to a prison term... with out sufficient evidence. I'm just not going to say yah or nay...
@Djaaay I'll take my chance mate
@AndrewMG. Yea , heards thousands of men say that. look , i dont like him either , but im going to play fair.
He was aquitted of the double murder. He served 9 years for armed robbery. Seems like he's served his time
Ex Football player. Celebrity. Considered one of the nicer celebrities out there (until 1994, at least). In the mid '94, his wife and a friend of hers was murdered. He was accused. He and another friend fled from the cops and there was a huge car chase for miles. He then had a trial. Robert Kardashian, (Yes, from THAT Kardashian family), an influential lawyer, and friend, led the defense team for his trial, which was telivised for a long time. There was a cop who planted evidence, and I guess there was enough to leave reasonable doubt and free OJ. Became a race issue thing. A lot of people believe that he did it, and got away with two murders. Then he was found guilty of trying to rough someone up during some memorabilia sale; supposedly stole "back" some of his stuff; went to trial, found guilty, went to jail. Now being paroled.
@GoodManDave Don't forget that he wrote a book about how he killed his wife since he can't be tried for the same crime twice in the USA. That's how people know he did kill her
wow... that's a lot...
@Idonthaveausername omg that is horrible, if he wrote that.
@Mistynic It's a funny story. He wrote it (called it "If I killed her") and was all set to make a fortune out of the book.Then the Goldman family sued him in civil court, which had a lower standard of proof. He was found guilty of the murder and to pay the fine the court gave the manuscript and rights to the Goldman family.They published it, keeping the title, but made the word "if" so small that it looks like the book is called "I killed her by O. J. Simpson"
@Idonthaveausername yeah, I tried including that, but didn't know much about the book, other than the title... and the post kept claiming it was too long, so I edited that out just to do a more basic thing. I didn't know he was found guilty in the book issue trial, though, or what the book "admired" too (or not). I did once own a parody book where oJ supposedly answers random questions from fans... I think it had a similar title. I'm not even sure of what exactly happened in the memorabilia thing... I heard he was trying to sell some of his stuff, sold it, decided he wanted it back, stalked the guy who bought it, and then roughed him up. I thought he had claimed some of it was stolen by a third party, then sold, and he was "rightfully" taking his own stuff back... stealing his own stuff, but never got exactly what happened. I also know that there had been supposedly a we'll know. history of physical domestic abuse, but that it was always swept under the rug, so to speak...
hope you mean better m man