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(Daily Mail)   Discovery Channel documentary claims that if the 1995 serial killer confesses, it's OJ you must acquit   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 50
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2012-11-19 02:55:55 AM
From the reader comments:

I know who killed Nicole Brown and her boyfriend. I drink it every morning with breakfast
 
2012-11-19 03:04:22 AM

Principal Clarinet: From the reader comments:

I know who killed Nicole Brown and her boyfriend. I drink it every morning with breakfast


Awesome comment too, IMHO.

As is I call his confession nothing more than being an AW. He's on death row and confessing won't result in him being punished further. I think he's hoping that prosecutors will try him for murdering Nicole so he can gain more notoriety.
 
2012-11-19 03:12:05 AM
Bullsh*t, I killed them. I was only 12 but I was a badass with a knife. I was into knife throwing and I had a hell of an arm, rapid throws so fast they disintegrated on impact, what can I say? SE Arizona to LA, psh, no big deal. You should see me spit sunflower seeds.
 
2012-11-19 03:18:18 AM
Why is it when I make the stupidest, silliest comment possible the thread automatically goes green?
 
2012-11-19 03:20:56 AM

violentsalvation: Why is it when I make the stupidest, silliest comment possible the thread automatically goes green?


Happens to me all the time
 
2012-11-19 03:30:49 AM
Simpson is now serving life in prison for a recent armed robbery in Las Vegas.

Does anyone at the Daily Fail actually do any research, or do they just make shiat up as they go?
 
2012-11-19 03:34:17 AM

violentsalvation: Why is it when I make the stupidest, silliest comment possible the thread automatically goes green?


This is a weird green.

Look at the pattern in "commented" .. Lot of links not looked at yet.
 
2012-11-19 03:56:42 AM

Shadow Blasko: violentsalvation: Why is it when I make the stupidest, silliest comment possible the thread automatically goes green?

This is a weird green.

Look at the pattern in "commented" .. Lot of links not looked at yet.


It always looks weirder late at night with the cherry picked greens popping up randomly.. God only knows what goes on behind that curtain. Keggers and orgies would be my best guess, but they are pretty tight lipped about it.
 
2012-11-19 04:09:07 AM

Principal Clarinet: From the reader comments:

I know who killed Nicole Brown and her boyfriend. I drink it every morning with breakfast


Jack Daniel?
 
2012-11-19 04:10:26 AM
Yeeaahh. . . no.
 
2012-11-19 04:24:56 AM
Suuurrrrre you did, buddy.
 
2012-11-19 04:25:41 AM

Lsherm: Simpson is now serving life in prison for a recent armed robbery in Las Vegas.

Does anyone at the Daily Fail actually do any research, or do they just make shiat up as they go?


Thanks. Who gets life in prison for armed robbery anyway?
 
2012-11-19 04:50:57 AM
Couldn't POSSIBLY just be a farking nutbar who wants attention. Nah. He did it.
 
2012-11-19 04:53:11 AM
O.J. did it.
He didn't get acquitted because he was innocent. He got acquitted because he had great lawyers and the prosecutors were awful.
Done.
 
2012-11-19 06:22:55 AM
Could be legit... I understand this guy also was having lunch with some labor guy at the Machus Red Fox on July 30, 1975.

I also believe he had been hired to shovel snow off the sidewalk in front of the Ramsey residence in Boulder, CO, Christmas morning,1996.

I mean, if you're going for notoriety, go BIG.
 
2012-11-19 06:23:50 AM
Is this a stand-alone documentary or an episode of one of ID's more sub-par shows? Like the one with Aphrodite Jones? Or the one where M. William Phelps plays Clarice Starling to some imprisoned serial killer's Hannibal Lecter?

/ID has plenty of good shows though...
 
2012-11-19 06:35:21 AM
Back then, I thought OJ didn't do it, then when OJ wrote If I Did It, I thought OJ did it, and now I'm just confused. :(
 
2012-11-19 06:37:15 AM
ecx.images-amazon.com

"er, Jack The Ripper? Yeah, I was him. I hate prostitutes. And London."
 
2012-11-19 07:25:42 AM
Let me see if I get the story correctly, Discovery is claiming OJ hired a serial killer, before he was known to be a serial killer, to go steal a valuable pair of earrings from Brown and gave him permission to kill Brown and Goldman if necessary. Wouldn't this make OJ guilty of being an accessory to murder if not murder-by-hire? So OJ himself didn't kill Brown and Goldman, he got someone else to do it for him.
 
2012-11-19 07:34:19 AM

greentea1985: Let me see if I get the story correctly, Discovery is claiming OJ hired a serial killer, before he was known to be a serial killer, to go steal a valuable pair of earrings from Brown and gave him permission to kill Brown and Goldman if necessary. Wouldn't this make OJ guilty of being an accessory to murder if not murder-by-hire? So OJ himself didn't kill Brown and Goldman, he got someone else to do it for him.


It would be first-degree murder under any interpretation of California statute.
 
2012-11-19 08:27:30 AM
I just saw an old Oprah episode where they showed her and a whole audience reacting to the verdict, I guess, live back in 1995. It did surprise me 1) how physically ill it made me to see people CHEER for OJ; and 2) how today you wouldn't get any of those people to admit they still find him not guilty. It's as if the American collective subconscious did to him the exact opposite of what it did to its memories of Reagan.
 
2012-11-19 08:49:22 AM

Plug Suit: I just saw an old Oprah episode where they showed her and a whole audience reacting to the verdict, I guess, live back in 1995. It did surprise me 1) how physically ill it made me to see people CHEER for OJ; and 2) how today you wouldn't get any of those people to admit they still find him not guilty. It's as if the American collective subconscious did to him the exact opposite of what it did to its memories of Reagan.


I worked with a company full of South Americans. I was the only white guy, fresh outta High School. They played the stereo to listen to the verdict, then erupted with cheers. These assholes turned it into a racial thing. Meanwhile, a year before, O.J. was only ONLY loved by white people. Blacks and Hispanics thought he was an oreo.

But, you know, only white's can be racist.
 
2012-11-19 08:52:23 AM
The OJ trial didn't get me to quit making judgments about whether someone was a murderer or not.

The Jon Benet disaster did. I was sure her kid brother or father killed her. UNTIL THE POLICE RELEASED DNA EVIDENCE THAT PROVED THEIR INNOCENCE.

But, yeah, OJ killed them.
 
2012-11-19 08:58:07 AM

hbk72777: Plug Suit: I just saw an old Oprah episode where they showed her and a whole audience reacting to the verdict, I guess, live back in 1995. It did surprise me 1) how physically ill it made me to see people CHEER for OJ; and 2) how today you wouldn't get any of those people to admit they still find him not guilty. It's as if the American collective subconscious did to him the exact opposite of what it did to its memories of Reagan.

I worked with a company full of South Americans. I was the only white guy, fresh outta High School. They played the stereo to listen to the verdict, then erupted with cheers. These assholes turned it into a racial thing. Meanwhile, a year before, O.J. was only ONLY loved by white people. Blacks and Hispanics thought he was an oreo.

But, you know, only white's can be racist.


Maybe its our improper use's of the apostrophe that makes us rascists'.
 
2012-11-19 09:01:36 AM

domo_kun_sai: O.J. did it.
He didn't get acquitted because he was innocent. He got acquitted because he had great lawyers and the prosecutors were awful.
Done.


And to add insult to injury, one of those lawyers gave us - Kardashians!
 
2012-11-19 09:02:56 AM

domo_kun_sai: He got acquitted because he had great lawyers and the prosecutors were awful.


IIRC the incompetence of the LAPD also had a lot to do with it -- there was that detective who apparently had been involved in racist organizations, and the crime lab may have mishandled the evidence.


hbk72777: Plug Suit: I just saw an old Oprah episode where they showed her and a whole audience reacting to the verdict, I guess, live back in 1995. It did surprise me 1) how physically ill it made me to see people CHEER for OJ; and 2) how today you wouldn't get any of those people to admit they still find him not guilty. It's as if the American collective subconscious did to him the exact opposite of what it did to its memories of Reagan.

I worked with a company full of South Americans. I was the only white guy, fresh outta High School. They played the stereo to listen to the verdict, then erupted with cheers. These assholes turned it into a racial thing. Meanwhile, a year before, O.J. was only ONLY loved by white people. Blacks and Hispanics thought he was an oreo.

But, you know, only white's can be racist.


It was also just two or three years after the Rodney King trial, so a lot of people who thought the LAPD framed OJ -- or maybe they just wanted to see the LAPD lose.
 
2012-11-19 09:20:09 AM

hbk72777: Plug Suit: I just saw an old Oprah episode where they showed her and a whole audience reacting to the verdict, I guess, live back in 1995. It did surprise me 1) how physically ill it made me to see people CHEER for OJ; and 2) how today you wouldn't get any of those people to admit they still find him not guilty. It's as if the American collective subconscious did to him the exact opposite of what it did to its memories of Reagan.

I worked with a company full of South Americans. I was the only white guy, fresh outta High School. They played the stereo to listen to the verdict, then erupted with cheers. These assholes turned it into a racial thing. Meanwhile, a year before, O.J. was only ONLY loved by white people. Blacks and Hispanics thought he was an oreo.

But, you know, only white's can be racist.


One didn't have to be racist to cheer that the whole world got to see the flaws of the LAPD and the prosecutors, and that those flaws actually resulted in an acquittal. OJ was a chance to imagine what would happen in other cases if the state always faced a resourceful defense.
 
2012-11-19 09:46:48 AM
Thinking... "I'll bet she'd be fun dead"

i.dailymail.co.uk
 
2012-11-19 10:05:27 AM

Principal Clarinet: From the reader comments:

I know who killed Nicole Brown and her boyfriend. I drink it every morning with breakfast


Wait, Harvey Milk killed Nicole Brown?
 
2012-11-19 10:47:23 AM

IlGreven: Principal Clarinet: From the reader comments:

I know who killed Nicole Brown and her boyfriend. I drink it every morning with breakfast

Wait, Harvey Milk killed Nicole Brown?


I think he meant Jack Daniels.
 
2012-11-19 10:58:07 AM

Jiro Dreams Of McRibs: The OJ trial didn't get me to quit making judgments about whether someone was a murderer or not.
The Jon Benet disaster did. I was sure her kid brother or father killed her. UNTIL THE POLICE RELEASED DNA EVIDENCE THAT PROVED THEIR INNOCENCE.
But, yeah, OJ killed them.


Yeah, that one got me too. I thought mom and maybe Dad did it. And if you asked 1000 people who killed Jon Benet (if they even remember it), 900 of them would say that probably the family did it.

/But OJ did it.
 
2012-11-19 12:06:56 PM

domo_kun_sai: O.J. did it.
He didn't get acquitted because he was innocent. He got acquitted because he had great lawyers and the prosecutors were awful jury were idiots and predisposed to acquittal .
Done and FIFY.


/gloves *did* fit
 
2012-11-19 12:22:51 PM

LonMead: greentea1985: Let me see if I get the story correctly, Discovery is claiming OJ hired a serial killer, before he was known to be a serial killer, to go steal a valuable pair of earrings from Brown and gave him permission to kill Brown and Goldman if necessary. Wouldn't this make OJ guilty of being an accessory to murder if not murder-by-hire? So OJ himself didn't kill Brown and Goldman, he got someone else to do it for him.

It would be first-degree murder under any interpretation of California statute.


That's what I thought. If a murder occurs during a crime that you took part in, either as a perpetrator, accessory, or in this case as the planner, you are charged with 1st degree murder in most states.
 
2012-11-19 01:55:43 PM

LonMead: greentea1985: Let me see if I get the story correctly, Discovery is claiming OJ hired a serial killer, before he was known to be a serial killer, to go steal a valuable pair of earrings from Brown and gave him permission to kill Brown and Goldman if necessary. Wouldn't this make OJ guilty of being an accessory to murder if not murder-by-hire? So OJ himself didn't kill Brown and Goldman, he got someone else to do it for him.

It would be first-degree murder under any interpretation of California statute.


And trying OJ again for paying for the murder of his wife and Goldman would not be double jeopardy as he was accused of having murdered them by himself the first time. IANAL and that's my guess about his prosecutability.

Meanwhile, Glen "Kenny" Rogers awaits his day in court:

i.dailymail.co.uk
You got to know when to hold'em and know when to fold'em.
 
2012-11-19 03:19:01 PM
We all killed Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman. They died for our sins.
 
2012-11-19 04:19:33 PM

cman: violentsalvation: Why is it when I make the stupidest, silliest comment possible the thread automatically goes green?

Happens to me all the time


Why does it bother you that you don't mind TFers seeing your "stupid" comments
but you don't want us liters seeing them? Do you think we are keeping track or something?
I don't get it.

/just faved you as "stupid & silly"
//not really
 
2012-11-19 05:07:54 PM

Plug Suit: I just saw an old Oprah episode where they showed her and a whole audience reacting to the verdict, I guess, live back in 1995. It did surprise me 1) how physically ill it made me to see people CHEER for OJ; and 2) how today you wouldn't get any of those people to admit they still find him not guilty. It's as if the American collective subconscious did to him the exact opposite of what it did to its memories of Reagan.


You have to remember though, the police and prosecution fumbled the case pretty bad. Fuhrman was accused of planting evidence and racism. And also the L.A. 1992 L.A. riots were still fresh on everybody's mind.
 
2012-11-19 05:36:58 PM

Bukharin: Plug Suit: I just saw an old Oprah episode where they showed her and a whole audience reacting to the verdict, I guess, live back in 1995. It did surprise me 1) how physically ill it made me to see people CHEER for OJ; and 2) how today you wouldn't get any of those people to admit they still find him not guilty. It's as if the American collective subconscious did to him the exact opposite of what it did to its memories of Reagan.

You have to remember though, the police and prosecution fumbled the case pretty bad. Fuhrman was accused of planting evidence and racism. And also the L.A. 1992 L.A. riots were still fresh on everybody's mind.



From what I remember at the time, if you where white he was guilty and if you were black he was innocent.
 
2012-11-19 06:20:45 PM
All I remember of that mess is that it preempted a making-of special for the Star Wars Special Editions somewhere around the beginning of '97, and I was none too pleased when they did.

/I was 11 - lay off me
 
2012-11-19 06:24:39 PM

Clutch2013: All I remember of that mess is that it preempted a making-of special for the Star Wars Special Editions somewhere around the beginning of '97, and I was none too pleased when they did.

/I was 11 - lay off me


Time traveler you were since the murder and subsequent media circus trial occurred in 1994-1995.
 
2012-11-19 06:36:04 PM

peterthx: Clutch2013: All I remember of that mess is that it preempted a making-of special for the Star Wars Special Editions somewhere around the beginning of '97, and I was none too pleased when they did.

/I was 11 - lay off me

Time traveler you were since the murder and subsequent media circus trial occurred in 1994-1995.


Maybe it was the civil trial then.

*googles*

Yep, the civil trial. In any case, they felt the need to stop the presses and announce it as breaking news.
 
2012-11-19 07:30:21 PM

cman: violentsalvation: Why is it when I make the stupidest, silliest comment possible the thread automatically goes green?

Happens to me all the time


now you know why i stopped walking around without pants on. it's the littlest things that make them point and laugh.
 
2012-11-19 09:11:41 PM

Clutch2013: All I remember of that mess is that it preempted a making-of special for the Star Wars Special Editions somewhere around the beginning of '97, and I was none too pleased when they did.

/I was 11 - lay off me


And you're still biatching about it.

Tsk, tsk, tsk...
 
2012-11-19 11:38:31 PM

Jiro Dreams Of McRibs: The OJ trial didn't get me to quit making judgments about whether someone was a murderer or not.

The Jon Benet disaster did. I was sure her kid brother or father killed her. UNTIL THE POLICE RELEASED DNA EVIDENCE THAT PROVED THEIR INNOCENCE.

But, yeah, OJ killed them.


PFFT. That's because it was the mom that snuffed Jon Benet. History will repeat itself when Honey Boo Boo is suffocated in the folds of her mom's thighs.
 
2012-11-19 11:44:45 PM

Tsar_Bomba1: Clutch2013: All I remember of that mess is that it preempted a making-of special for the Star Wars Special Editions somewhere around the beginning of '97, and I was none too pleased when they did.

/I was 11 - lay off me

And you're still biatching about it.

Tsk, tsk, tsk...


Well, since we're talking about O.J...
 
2012-11-19 11:56:57 PM
The real killer had excellent taste in shoes.
 
2012-11-20 12:08:28 AM

Jiro Dreams Of McRibs: The OJ trial didn't get me to quit making judgments about whether someone was a murderer or not.

The Jon Benet disaster did. I was sure her kid brother or father killed her. UNTIL THE POLICE RELEASED DNA EVIDENCE THAT PROVED THEIR INNOCENCE.

But, yeah, OJ killed them.


One thing about the Ramsey case that always confused me was that weird ransom note. A google to refresh myself yielded this anlysis. http://www.statementanalysis.com/ramseynote/
I remember the $118K demand, and the inablility to rule out the mother's handwriting. I'd still bet on OJ's guilt before the Ramsey family though.
 
2012-11-20 02:31:32 AM
If you watch footage of O.J. being found guilty,the look on Kardashians face says a lot. You can tell he was shocked and also disappointed that they didn't find him guilty. He either knew he did it or at least thought he did it. Or maybe Kardashian knew his kids would grow up to be fame whores and that's when it hit him.
 
2012-11-20 10:34:03 AM
Funny thing is I was at the hair dressers Saturday and read a "best of" vanity fair issue about the Simpson Case. OJ was running to Mexico with $8,000 and spent his millions on the case. Without the lawyers he would have been found guilty.

He also wrote that book, "I didn't kill my wife, but if I did, this is how I did it", that should have removed all doubt from the case.
 
2012-11-21 06:14:56 PM

Jiro Dreams Of McRibs: The Jon Benet disaster did. I was sure her kid brother or father killed her. UNTIL THE POLICE RELEASED DNA EVIDENCE THAT PROVED THEIR INNOCENCE.


You mean the speck of DNA on her underwear? It was brand new, taken out of the package and never laundered. Do you think sweatshops where they make this stuff in the third world are sterile lab environments? The DNA proved nothing.

This isn't DNA found in, say, semen in a rape victim - that kind of evidence excludes someone as the rapist. This speck on the underwear doesn't exclude anybody.

The crazy "ransom note", the staging of the body (favorite nightgown on top of it, typical of someone who cares about the victim), the fact that the child was walked through the house and fed a snack (pineapple) in the kitchen without ever waking the rest of the family. The headstone with a date of death the day before. Patsy's inability to say the kid's name in that first press conference.

And there are other items. The father's best friend concluded someone in that family did it. It was Patsy, I have zero doubt.
 
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