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#25 Chimera

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Posted 22 November 2012 - 03:36 AM

It made it to trial, I believe. So, let me get this straight. I'm thinking that 911 call was in 1989. I don't remember. They were married three more years. In 1992 they were divorced. In 1994, OJ, with nude paintings of his current girlfriend on his wall, suddenly rages over a fight several years earlier, and decides to kill her?

Analyze their marriage until you turn blue. We all know there was a reason for the divorce. The trial was about her murder, not their marriage.

What, in your mind, puts OJ at the scene, killing two people? A fight 5 years earlier?

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Posted 22 November 2012 - 04:30 PM

It made it to trial, I believe. So, let me get this straight. I'm thinking that 911 call was in 1989. I don't remember. They were married three more years. In 1992 they were divorced. In 1994, OJ, with nude paintings of his current girlfriend on his wall, suddenly rages over a fight several years earlier, and decides to kill her?

Analyze their marriage until you turn blue. We all know there was a reason for the divorce. The trial was about her murder, not their marriage.

What, in your mind, puts OJ at the scene, killing two people? A fight 5 years earlier?


Then why was he running? He intuitively knew she was just killed by a serial killer and wanted to get away before he got killed, too?

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Posted 22 November 2012 - 10:38 PM

Running at 35mph, straight to a relative's home, where he told police to meet him.

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Posted 22 November 2012 - 10:40 PM

If everyone is so sure of his guilt, then why are there only questions of things that happened years prior, or the day of his high speed 35 MPH chase to where he told police to meet him?

Why no questions about the night she was murdered?

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Posted 22 November 2012 - 11:37 PM

I'd really be interested in a re-examination of this case.

DurIng the original trial DNA evidence wasn't understood the way it is now and the trial was must see TV with lines drawn. You had to choose your camp and that colored your opinion on the evidence.

Just from a curiosity standpoint I'd love to go through it all again.

No doubt he may have had all the motive in the world. Doesn't mean he did it. I've also heard people say there was tons of DNA linking him to the crime scene, but I've personally never read anything to substantiate that.

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Posted 23 November 2012 - 06:05 AM

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.


Quite the presidential escort...

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Posted 23 November 2012 - 01:39 PM

I'd just like to say that whole you don't run if you are innocent thing is BS. If your wife gets murdered, you are the prime suspect, cops keep coming to your house and your lawyer tells you they are going to come arrest you, you wouldn't necessarily wait around and hope the justice system works itself out.

I'm not saying this in any relation to the OJ case, just in general.

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Posted 23 November 2012 - 02:46 PM

I would. If I know I didn't do it, I'd talk to the cops as long as they wanted me to. I'd talk like I've never talked before.