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Reply #30 posted 03/11/18 6:29pm

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OJ could handle the knife better with the glove off. He was angry at Nicole's funeral that he could not control her anymore. Just as guessed control freak that lost mind. Crime of passion.
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Reply #31 posted 03/12/18 7:56am

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Lol....no wonder he was aquitted.






the defense did well at showing reasonable doubt. but I think he did it. he was known to be a hot head and he had just had training for a movie role with knives.



Neither of which has anything 2 do with murder.

[Edited 3/11/18 12:19pm]


No one talks about when Nicole’s daughter was younger at the time, and made a comment that her mother’s friend killed her. I’m still wondering who was the friend her daughter was referring to.

It seems someone silenced her after that. Most want to believe OJ killed her because he was still in love with her. I remember the big argument when he walked into her and her friend in a an intimate moment, when he came over to see his kids, and got into a big argument over it with her that day. I remember the media playing that tape over and over again about that argument. I believe the police were called as well. I think one day the daughter will come out and speak about what she saw. Just a matter of time. I’m no fan of OJ, but it’s pretty clear it’s a tragic event that many in America will never let die because of who OJ is.
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Reply #32 posted 03/12/18 8:26am

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Chris Rock: you know he killed her.

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Reply #33 posted 03/12/18 8:34am

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2elijah said:

Graycap23 said:

Neither of which has anything 2 do with murder.

[Edited 3/11/18 12:19pm]

No one talks about when Nicole’s daughter was younger at the time, and made a comment that her mother’s friend killed her. I’m still wondering who was the friend her daughter was referring to. It seems someone silenced her after that. Most want to believe OJ killed her because he was still in love with her. I remember the big argument when he walked into her and her friend in a an intimate moment, when he came over to see his kids, and got into a big argument over it with her that day. I remember the media playing that tape over and over again about that argument. I believe the police were called as well. I think one day the daughter will come out and speak about what she saw. Just a matter of time. I’m no fan of OJ, but it’s pretty clear it’s a tragic event that many in America will never let die because of who OJ is. [Edited 3/12/18 8:10am]

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Reply #34 posted 03/12/18 8:48am

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You can't escape all the DNA evidence.

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Reply #35 posted 03/12/18 8:57am

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I believe OJ is a murderer, but i also believe that the state bungled its case. Fuckface Mark Fuhrman(among others), messed that up. Being a dirty cop(LA cops period, back then) came back to haunt him, and law enforcement in LA.


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Reply #36 posted 03/12/18 8:57am

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DNAial.

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Reply #37 posted 03/12/18 8:59am

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Q: What the hell was the motive 2 murder is EX WIFE in front of the house where is 2 kids were sleeping?



A. Most murders are crimes of passion, enacted in the heat of the moment with no forethought.

Like this one was.

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Passion is a good thing. Best to use the term sin.

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Reply #39 posted 03/12/18 11:30am

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You can't escape all the DNA evidence.


I’m not a fan of OJ, never was, but like I said most in America will always see OJ as guilty, even if there wasn’t/isn’t any DNA evidence to prove it.

It’s to the point where this crime will be talked about for many years, and many more movies and documentaries will be made about it, moreso than any other heinous or barbaric crimes in American history, and if you don’t agree with those who see OJ as guilty, you get the side eye.
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Reply #40 posted 03/12/18 12:35pm

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2elijah said:

SuperFurryAnimal said:

You can't escape all the DNA evidence.

I’m not a fan of OJ, never was, but like I said most in America will always see OJ as guilty, even if there wasn’t/isn’t any DNA evidence to prove it. It’s to the point where this crime will be talked about for many years, and many more movies and documentaries will be made about it, moreso than any other heinous or barbaric crimes in American history, and if you don’t agree with those who see OJ as guilty, you get the side eye. [Edited 3/12/18 11:32am]

Actually, tons of DNA evidence against OJ but DNA was new and people did not trust it. One of the first cases with DNA used. Blood in the Bronco, Nicoles blood in OJs bedroom. People just discounted the DNA evidence.

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Reply #41 posted 03/12/18 12:50pm

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2elijah said:


SuperFurryAnimal said:

You can't escape all the DNA evidence.



I’m not a fan of OJ, never was, but like I said most in America will always see OJ as guilty, even if there wasn’t/isn’t any DNA evidence to prove it. It’s to the point where this crime will be talked about for many years, and many more movies and documentaries will be made about it, moreso than any other heinous or barbaric crimes in American history, and if you don’t agree with those who see OJ as guilty, you get the side eye. [Edited 3/12/18 11:32am]


Actually, tons of DNA evidence against OJ but DNA was new and people did not trust it. One of the first cases with DNA used. Blood in the Bronco, Nicoles blood in OJs bedroom. People just discounted the DNA evidence.



Didn’t you say on another thread that you didn’t trust dna results though? Geraldo Rivera became close friends with Nicole’s family, Nicole’s sister during the time of the trial,,her sister, so it’s no surprise anything he says about OJ. Like I said regardless, dna or not, many Americans will always see OJ as guilty, because of the type of crime it was and who OJ is. That’s the part most will never admit.
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Reply #42 posted 03/12/18 12:59pm

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Didn’t you say on another thread that you didn’t trust dna results though? Geraldo Rivera became close friends with Nicole’s family, Nicole’s sister during the time of the trial,,her sister, so it’s no surprise anything he says about OJ. Like I said regardless, dna or not, many Americans will always see OJ as guilty, because of the type of crime it was and who OJ is. That’s the part most will never admit.

I did both 23andme and AncestryDNA and works with DNA do you think I don't trust DNA? LOL.

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Didn’t you say on another thread that you didn’t trust dna results though? Geraldo Rivera became close friends with Nicole’s family, Nicole’s sister during the time of the trial,,her sister, so it’s no surprise anything he says about OJ. Like I said regardless, dna or not, many Americans will always see OJ as guilty, because of the type of crime it was and who OJ is. That’s the part most will never admit.


I did both 23andme and AncestryDNA and works with DNA do you think I don't trust DNA? LOL.


Regardless, you still said you didn’t trust it. Again, I’m no fan or supporter of OJ. What I’m saying is this is a case that will be talked about forever.
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Regardless, you still said you didn’t trust it. Again, I’m no fan or supporter of OJ. What I’m saying is this is a case that will be talked about forever.

In that circumstance, I would trust it. Now does DNA prove the entire history of humans? That is another case. BUT YES! they had OJs blood at the scene, blood in Bronco etc. I trust that. People will talk about it until the end of the time because someone got off murder and attached to California and celeb/stardom. Hell, he confessed to it last night on tv.

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Reply #46 posted 03/12/18 5:39pm

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2elijah said:


Regardless, you still said you didn’t trust it. Again, I’m no fan or supporter of OJ. What I’m saying is this is a case that will be talked about forever.


In that circumstance, I would trust it. Now does DNA prove the entire history of humans? That is another case. BUT YES! they had OJs blood at the scene, blood in Bronco etc. I trust that. People will talk about it until the end of the time because someone got off murder and attached to California and celeb/stardom. Hell, he confessed to it last night on tv.


I’m not saying he didn’t do it. If it’s about stardom and money, then Robert Blake got away with murder too, but no one talks about that or went nuts or batshit crazy over that case like OJ’s case. Big difference.
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Graycap23 said:

Q: What the hell was the motive 2 murder is EX WIFE in front of the house where is 2 kids were sleeping?



A. Most murders are crimes of passion, enacted in the heat of the moment with no forethought.

Like this one was.


OJ was an abusive controller and hit her too. Leopards never change their spots

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2elijah said:

SuperFurryAnimal said:

In that circumstance, I would trust it. Now does DNA prove the entire history of humans? That is another case. BUT YES! they had OJs blood at the scene, blood in Bronco etc. I trust that. People will talk about it until the end of the time because someone got off murder and attached to California and celeb/stardom. Hell, he confessed to it last night on tv.

I’m not saying he didn’t do it. If it’s about stardom and money, then Robert Blake got away with murder too, but no one talks about that or went nuts or batshit crazy over that case like OJ’s case. Big difference. [Edited 3/12/18 17:40pm]

Everyone knew who OJ was but my generation never knew Robert Blake or Phil Spector. Not interest. There are other black entertainers that killed people like Snoop Dogg but everyone likes him, including me. I think OJ killings are most interesting because of the evidence and how bloody it was. He decapitated her ISIS style with a knife and now comes across as a nice guy. He is a very conflicted personality, to say the least.

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Reply #49 posted 03/13/18 4:22am

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2elijah said:


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In that circumstance, I would trust it. Now does DNA prove the entire history of humans? That is another case. BUT YES! they had OJs blood at the scene, blood in Bronco etc. I trust that. People will talk about it until the end of the time because someone got off murder and attached to California and celeb/stardom. Hell, he confessed to it last night on tv.



I’m not saying he didn’t do it. If it’s about stardom and money, then Robert Blake got away with murder too, but no one talks about that or went nuts or batshit crazy over that case like OJ’s case. Big difference. [Edited 3/12/18 17:40pm]


Everyone knew who OJ was but my generation never knew Robert Blake or Phil Spector. Not interest. There are other black entertainers that killed people like Snoop Dogg but everyone likes him, including me. I think OJ killings are most interesting because of the evidence and how bloody it was. He decapitated her ISIS style with a knife and now comes across as a nice guy. He is a very conflicted personality, to say the least.


The Robert Blake murder investigation happened after OJ so your generation was very aware of it. No one wants to admit it, but I think the OJ obsession with some is because of who OJ is, his race and about a Black man killing a White woman. The kind of media attention and reaction of the pre-1960s America. That type of killing has always been known to receive more media attention in America than a White celebrity male murdering a White woman. The latter is usually shoved under the rug and forgotten. It’s just the way America still is and how they react to ‘specific’ crimes depending on who commits it. The only other case that received just as much media attention to date, was when Charles Manson and a few of his white followers butchered pregnant actress Sharon Tate and I believe two other people.
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2elijah said:

SuperFurryAnimal said: I’m not saying he didn’t do it. If it’s about stardom and money, then Robert Blake got away with murder too, but no one talks about that or went nuts or batshit crazy over that case like OJ’s case. Big difference. [Edited 3/12/18 17:40pm]

Everyone knew who OJ was but my generation never knew Robert Blake or Phil Spector. Not interest. There are other black entertainers that killed people like Snoop Dogg but everyone likes him, including me. I think OJ killings are most interesting because of the evidence and how bloody it was. He decapitated her ISIS style with a knife and now comes across as a nice guy. He is a very conflicted personality, to say the least.


Football is big business in the U.S. People take their football seriously. OJ was a powerhouse in football and had an incredible football career. A lot of white people looked up to and respected OJ because of his football career. He was a household name. Everybody knew who OJ was. Not everyone knew who Robert Blake was. Not everyone watched, or even liked, "Baretta". OJ had stayed mainstream, with acting in such movies as "Airplane", was a broadcaster. He didn't disappear from public view. Blake did. Blake didn't have a major following of fans like OJ did. People felt betrayed by OJ, they trusted him, they had followed his football career, his acting career. OJ's name was recognizable. With most people, you ask him who Robert Blake is, and they wouldn't be able to tell you. It's for that reason that OJ is brought out again and again. People knew OJ, followed his career, had respected him, and then the murders occured. The idea that OJ was guilty divided people, divided families. Even amongst my family, I remember some saying they would never believe OJ did it, because OJ was one of those "rare" good people. Looking back, I know it to mean that he was one of the few black people that my family respected.

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I did not even know who Robert Blake was! As for OJ I think I bought into the persona he put out there so when it all happened I was like WTF? Really?? I can't believe this. I had interest from the start. It was like if MJ or Bowie killed someone it was unbelievable. I liked OJ a lot. He seemed like a nice guy.

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2elijah said:

SuperFurryAnimal said:

Everyone knew who OJ was but my generation never knew Robert Blake or Phil Spector. Not interest. There are other black entertainers that killed people like Snoop Dogg but everyone likes him, including me. I think OJ killings are most interesting because of the evidence and how bloody it was. He decapitated her ISIS style with a knife and now comes across as a nice guy. He is a very conflicted personality, to say the least.

The Robert Blake murder investigation happened after OJ so your generation was very aware of it. No one wants to admit it, but I think the OJ obsession with some is because of who OJ is, his race and about a Black man killing a White woman. The kind of media attention and reaction of the pre-1960s America. That type of killing has always been known to receive more media attention in America than a White celebrity male murdering a White woman. The latter is usually shoved under the rug and forgotten. It’s just the way America still is and how they react to ‘specific’ crimes depending on who commits it. The only other case that received just as much media attention to date, was when Charles Manson and a few of his white followers butchered pregnant actress Sharon Tate and I believe two other people. [Edited 3/13/18 4:24am]

I also believe like the Manson killings interest continues because of how gruesome the killings were. People were interested in Manson because of how batshit crazy he was and how brutal the killing. I believe knife killings would gain more interest over shootings.

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SuperFurryAnimal said:




2elijah said:


SuperFurryAnimal said: I’m not saying he didn’t do it. If it’s about stardom and money, then Robert Blake got away with murder too, but no one talks about that or went nuts or batshit crazy over that case like OJ’s case. Big difference. [Edited 3/12/18 17:40pm]


Everyone knew who OJ was but my generation never knew Robert Blake or Phil Spector. Not interest. There are other black entertainers that killed people like Snoop Dogg but everyone likes him, including me. I think OJ killings are most interesting because of the evidence and how bloody it was. He decapitated her ISIS style with a knife and now comes across as a nice guy. He is a very conflicted personality, to say the least.




Football is big business in the U.S. People take their football seriously. OJ was a powerhouse in football and had an incredible football career. A lot of white people looked up to and respected OJ because of his football career. He was a household name. Everybody knew who OJ was. Not everyone knew who Robert Blake was. Not everyone watched, or even liked, "Baretta". OJ had stayed mainstream, with acting in such movies as "Airplane", was a broadcaster. He didn't disappear from public view. Blake did. Blake didn't have a major following of fans like OJ did. People felt betrayed by OJ, they trusted him, they had followed his football career, his acting career. OJ's name was recognizable. With most people, you ask him who Robert Blake is, and they wouldn't be able to tell you. It's for that reason that OJ is brought out again and again. People knew OJ, followed his career, had respected him, and then the murders occured. The idea that OJ was guilty divided people, divided families. Even amongst my family, I remember some saying they would never believe OJ did it, because OJ was one of those "rare" good people. Looking back, I know it to mean that he was one of the few black people that my family respected.


Yes but murder is murder regardless of who the person is. It’s sad that more attention and obsession with it is given when it involves celebs. But at the end of the day, no matter if OJ had served time for the crime, and released, many Americans still wouldn’t be satisfied with that. Many feel he should be locked up for life or dead.
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Yes but murder is murder regardless of who the person is. It’s sad that more attention and obsession with it is given when it involves celebs. But at the end of the day, no matter if OJ had served time for the crime, and released, many Americans still wouldn’t be satisfied with that. Many feel he should be locked up for life or dead.

People are obsessed because they get away with murder. Is murder legal in California for celebs?

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SuperFurryAnimal said:

2elijah said:

SuperFurryAnimal said: I’m not saying he didn’t do it. If it’s about stardom and money, then Robert Blake got away with murder too, but no one talks about that or went nuts or batshit crazy over that case like OJ’s case. Big difference. [Edited 3/12/18 17:40pm]

Everyone knew who OJ was but my generation never knew Robert Blake or Phil Spector. Not interest. There are other black entertainers that killed people like Snoop Dogg but everyone likes him, including me. I think OJ killings are most interesting because of the evidence and how bloody it was. He decapitated her ISIS style with a knife and now comes across as a nice guy. He is a very conflicted personality, to say the least.

Who did Snoop Dogg kill? eek

And are there "white" entertainers that have killed people and got away with it?

hhhhmmm, Natalie Woods come to mind and I suppose there have been others... razz biggrin

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SuperFurryAnimal said:

Everyone knew who OJ was but my generation never knew Robert Blake or Phil Spector. Not interest. There are other black entertainers that killed people like Snoop Dogg but everyone likes him, including me. I think OJ killings are most interesting because of the evidence and how bloody it was. He decapitated her ISIS style with a knife and now comes across as a nice guy. He is a very conflicted personality, to say the least.

Who did Snoop Dogg kill? eek

And are there "white" entertainers that have killed people and got away with it?

hhhhmmm, Natalie Woods come to mind and I suppose there have been others... razz biggrin


Yes, and that murder is even older than the murders OJ was accused was, and it still gets mentioned in the press from time to time.

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Astasheiks said:

Who did Snoop Dogg kill? eek

And are there "white" entertainers that have killed people and got away with it?

hhhhmmm, Natalie Woods come to mind and I suppose there have been others... razz biggrin


Yes, and that murder is even older than the murders OJ was accused was, and it still gets mentioned in the press from time to time.

Well whoop te do! The discussion is murder. GOOGLE IS YOUR FRIEND.

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benni said:


Yes, and that murder is even older than the murders OJ was accused was, and it still gets mentioned in the press from time to time.

Well whoop te do! The discussion is murder. GOOGLE IS YOUR FRIEND.



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2elijah said:


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In that circumstance, I would trust it. Now does DNA prove the entire history of humans? That is another case. BUT YES! they had OJs blood at the scene, blood in Bronco etc. I trust that. People will talk about it until the end of the time because someone got off murder and attached to California and celeb/stardom. Hell, he confessed to it last night on tv.



I’m not saying he didn’t do it. If it’s about stardom and money, then Robert Blake got away with murder too, but no one talks about that or went nuts or batshit crazy over that case like OJ’s case. Big difference. [Edited 3/12/18 17:40pm]


Everyone knew who OJ was but my generation never knew Robert Blake or Phil Spector. Not interest. There are other black entertainers that killed people like Snoop Dogg but everyone likes him, including me. I think OJ killings are most interesting because of the evidence and how bloody it was. He decapitated her ISIS style with a knife and now comes across as a nice guy. He is a very conflicted personality, to say the least.


The Robert Blake murder investigation happened after OJ so your generation was very aware of it. No one wants to admit it, but I think the OJ obsession with some is because of who OJ is, his race and about a Black man killing a White woman. The kind of media attention and reaction of the pre-1960s America. That type of killing has always been known to receive more media attention in America than a White celebrity male murdering a White woman. The latter is usually shoved under the rug and forgotten. It’s just the way America still is and how they react to ‘specific’ crimes depending on who commits it. The only other case that received just as much media attention to date, was when Charles Manson and a few of his white followers butchered pregnant actress Sharon Tate and I believe two other people.
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