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Apr 12, 2024 - 9:14:26 AM
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Buddur

USA

3917 posts since 10/23/2004

Boy do I love orange juice.

Can I get a witness?

Apr 12, 2024 - 9:37:37 AM
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12739 posts since 8/22/2006

I like my OJ with pulp you know like beaten too.wink 

Apr 12, 2024 - 10:13:51 AM

1022 posts since 2/11/2019

quote:
Originally posted by Buddur

Boy do I love orange juice.

Can I get a witness?


More of a tomato juice / spicy V8 guy but I'm picking up what you're putting down. 

Perhaps actual judgment is now taking place?

Apr 12, 2024 - 10:43:38 AM

banjoy

USA

11585 posts since 7/1/2006

Well, after all that stuff, when you write a book under your own name entitled "If I Did It: Confessions of A Killer" kind of gave it all away, even if supposedly fictitious. Even the ghost writer who actually wrote the book with OJ, is saying he believes he did it. I always felt this was just another example of how wealth buys innocence ... but I never lost sleep over it and definitely didn't watch the trial. I think this was an event that helped spawn the 24-hour news cycle and a whodunnit public fetish that now seems to be the norm.

Apr 12, 2024 - 10:50:38 AM
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banjo bill-e

Tuvalu

13780 posts since 2/22/2007

The jury also believed that he was guilty; they just didn't care. He was a brutal murderer who was allowed to walk free for far too long.

Apr 12, 2024 - 11:05:42 AM

Owen

Canada

15062 posts since 6/5/2011

"Can I get a witness?" 

Not me, but I did come across this "evidence" near Cape St. Mary's, NL. when we were checking out the colonies of sea birds. https://www.newfoundlandlabrador.com/destinations/cape-st-marys

I have no idea how it got there.... 


 

Apr 12, 2024 - 1:07 PM
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16081 posts since 12/2/2005

"I have never wished a man dead. But I have read some obituaries with great pleasure."

                                                                                                   --Clarence Darrow

Apr 12, 2024 - 1:07:56 PM

41171 posts since 3/5/2008

I'm sheddin a tear as i type this,.....



Not......

Apr 12, 2024 - 2:42:12 PM
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Paulf

Australia

3570 posts since 2/1/2012

He can rest easy now knowing that his wife's killer is dead

Apr 12, 2024 - 4:01:24 PM

8575 posts since 9/5/2006

i mean who doesn't have a pair of bruno magli shoes ? i mean c'mon !

Apr 12, 2024 - 9:07:03 PM
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12739 posts since 8/22/2006

quote:
Originally posted by banjo bill-e

The jury also believed that he was guilty; they just didn't care. He was a brutal murderer who was allowed to walk free for far too long.


He was "getting over on the man." Anytime there was a chance to "get over on the man" was a good time. 

Apr 14, 2024 - 3:11:37 PM

Owen

Canada

15062 posts since 6/5/2011

With no checking on my part; I assume it is/was legit ... from The Irish Cowboy [ostensibly a pub in Florence, AZ] .. my Facebook >> BHO: 

 

 

May be an image of ?jeep and ?text that says '?0 D Decks Move ER' FORD BRONCO ? D?'??

Apr 15, 2024 - 8:51:26 AM

7683 posts since 7/24/2013

quote:
Originally posted by 5B-Ranch
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Originally posted by banjo bill-e

The jury also believed that he was guilty; they just didn't care. He was a brutal murderer who was allowed to walk free for far too long.


He was "getting over on the man." Anytime there was a chance to "get over on the man" was a good time. 


"The man" in this case being the most violently racist and corrupt police force on the West Coast. This trial is simply the most visible example of jury nullification that we've had. In this case, an acquittal to send a message about a larger social issue. 

Apr 15, 2024 - 10:01:47 AM

12739 posts since 8/22/2006

quote:
Originally posted by South Jersey Mike
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Originally posted by 5B-Ranch
quote:
Originally posted by banjo bill-e

The jury also believed that he was guilty; they just didn't care. He was a brutal murderer who was allowed to walk free for far too long.


He was "getting over on the man." Anytime there was a chance to "get over on the man" was a good time. 


"The man" in this case being the most violently racist and corrupt police force on the West Coast. This trial is simply the most visible example of jury nullification that we've had. In this case, an acquittal to send a message about a larger social issue. 


How old were you Mike when this trial "of the century" took place? Just for shagrins did you watch any of the trial? The evidence including DNA was beyond doubt. If they had that kind of evidence on you or me do you think we would have walked. This was the first trial I am aware of that DNA was used And yes if was in it's infacy but had it been you or me we would still be in prison. And did you know that two on the jury we intimidated by the the rest of the jury? 

Edited by - 5B-Ranch on 04/15/2024 10:02:54

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