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Darth Biscuit

OJ and the serial killer

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Riding in the back seat of a vehicle does not put blood on your hands.

Maybe if LAPD hadn't collected 8mL of blood at the scene and only had 6.5mL make it to the crime lab, I would believe the blood evidence found at OJ's home.

Maybe if someone besides Fuhrman found evidence at the home, I would believe it. Better yet, maybe if Fuhrman didn't transport evidence from the scene to OJ's house, I would believe it.

Maybe if either of the gloves had any amount of blood around them.... How does a blood "soaked" glove not have any other blood around it? You can't make a snow angel without putting footprints in the snow, and you can't drop a bloodily glove without leaving a bloody trail leading to it. Maybe if the gloves had cuts that matched the cuts on OJ's fingers.

But none of that is important, but riding in the back seat of an SUV is (keep in mind he was on the telephone with the police during the trip). They were driving 35mph down an interstate. Not exactly the speed someone on the lam would be moving.

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Riding in the back seat of a vehicle does not put blood on your hands.

Maybe if LAPD hadn't collected 8mL of blood at the scene and only had 6.5mL make it to the crime lab, I would believe the blood evidence found at OJ's home.

Maybe if someone besides Fuhrman found evidence at the home, I would believe it. Better yet, maybe if Fuhrman didn't transport evidence from the scene to OJ's house, I would believe it.

Maybe if either of the gloves had any amount of blood around them.... How does a blood "soaked" glove not have any other blood around it? You can't make a snow angel without putting footprints in the snow, and you can't drop a bloodily glove without leaving a bloody trail leading to it. Maybe if the gloves had cuts that matched the cuts on OJ's fingers.

But none of that is important, but riding in the back seat of an SUV is (keep in mind he was on the telephone with the police during the trip). They were driving 35mph down an interstate. Not exactly the speed someone on the lam would be moving.

If you know you are innocent, you don't run. It was Al Cowlings on the phone, telling police that OJ was threatening to kill himself. Trust me, I heard all the "you don't know what you'd do in that situation" defenses with Rae Carruth.

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And like Larry King said (a man who would know), when the police told OJ his ex-wife had been murdered, it's what he didn't say that was damning. He didn't say "Which one?"

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If you know you are innocent, you don't run. It was Al Cowlings on the phone, telling police that OJ was threatening to kill himself. Trust me, I heard all the "you don't know what you'd do in that situation" defenses with Rae Carruth.

This, my friend, is called media sensationalism. Do some reading into what was really going on. OJ had spoken to the police earlier that day. He agreed to turn himself in after he speaks with family. A 35 MPH trip to a family members house with police following isn't a chase; it's an escort.

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Amazed that anyone with the intelligence to use a computer ACTUALLY believes OJ is innocent.

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Not surprised that anyone who believes media sensationalism actually has an opinion.

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Work with police for a week. Ask them how many jealous men commit violent crimes on their ex girlfriends or wives. Motive...is....everything.

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Work with police for a week. Ask them how many jealous men commit violent crimes on their ex girlfriends or wives. Motive...is....everything.

Some white trash in a trailer park beating his ex-wife/sister has what to do with OJ's case, exactly?

Since we are playing a numbers game, how does the 1.5mL of blood missing from the crime scene evidence compare with the amount of blood "found" at OJ's house?

If there were bloody footprints leaving the scene, why were no bloody gas or brake pedals found in OJ's Bronco?

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Some white trash in a trailer park beating his ex-wife/sister has what to do with OJ's case, exactly?

Since we are playing a numbers game, how does the 1.5mL of blood missing from the crime scene evidence compare with the amount of blood "found" at OJ's house?

If there were bloody footprints leaving the scene, why were no bloody gas or brake pedals found in OJ's Bronco?

I'm telling you that outside of the DNA evidence it was obvioius he did it. What about the 911 call? Did Fuhrman make that up?

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