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Ford decides not to unveil the new Bronco SUVs on O.J. Simpson's birthday
"Ford Motor Company has decided that maybe it's not a better idea to reveal the new Bronco I know J. Simpson's birthday W. W. J. out of it reporter Jeff Gilbert with this story the reborn Bronco will now be revealed on July thirteenth fortis said they didn't know July ninth was OJ Simpson's birthday when they chose the date university of Detroit mercy marketing professor Michael Bernacchi says Mr shows how big companies have to carefully plan everything they do you're going to be very careful about everything there's too many things happening yes absolutely there's no doubt about that yeah Ford says it decided to move the Bronco reveal date to be sensitive and
"oj simpson" Discussed on You're Wrong About...
"Eavesdropping Oh and a hoarding to American tragedy. Okay says I've told you everything before I've got nothing to hide. And then he starts talking about how he can't understand why. They're not looking for other people. Obviously, these murders had to be committed by two people Yup Colombian drug traffickers favorites involved. We all know more convincing. The story it was the Colombian drug traffickers that are after famous nick and anyway so Bob Shapiro I mean well. How okay let's let's imagine you have. Bob, Shapiro's in this moment first of all congratulations and I'm sorry. What do you do if you like you? Go inform your client and you're like. The police needed to turn yourself in in a couple of hours. They're gonNA charge you with double murder. If you have anything to say to me before you go to jail where you probably will be held without bail. His. Please tell me now and if your client immediately is like I. Don't know why this is happening. Why are they looking for two people? I've already told you everything like what what do you do? I mean I struggled to put myself in the shoes of Baja. Just because so many. You wouldn't have taken this guy. Why would I be doing any? First of all, I would be trimming my eyebrows secondly. I would not be representing somebody like OJ. Simpson be massaging whenever they put into catcher's Mitts to make them supple. Face. I mean I don't know I. Mean isn't the whole thing with lawyering. That like you have to believe your client. Even if it's a little far fetched well, yeah, I mean Bob Hero is not mandated to use it. Offense dictated by what his client says, and initially he's going to be like okay. What if we go for diminished capacity? That can work right like no. I need a lawyer who believes in my innocence, and like that is probably the most significant reason why Bob Shapiro gets pushed out and Johnny Cochran emerges as Oj's most important lawyer. Bob Shapiro alienates himself from OJ pretty early in the game by not being faithful enough to OJ's emotional reality is basically you know at this point you know. They spent a few days kind of talking I. Think he can gather that Oj is like very attached his version of events, and that it's like a integral to his identity that he's not bad guy lake that seems pretty clear, and so I think that if I were Bob Shapiro would be like I am not..
"oj simpson" Discussed on You're Wrong About...
"Schwimmer. So satisfying to now, yeah. And then David Schwimmer will of course go on to play, Bob Tashin Ashen and the people vs OJ Simpson the Ryan Murphy, show and the world will go on to forget the existence of the movie wolf entirely. Okay, so American tragedy. Be Lawrence, Schiller. Book Has Auguin Paula Barbieri standing in the side yard, holding each other I want you to leave Simpson said she was carrying defiant. I'm not leaving. I don't want you to see this look. I didn't do this thing. I love you and I want you to stay strong I'll be alright AC has money to get you back to Florida. They gave her the money. And robuck says Paula was crying wouldn't get in the car AC given the money and get her out of here Simpson, said angrily her dashing and cowlings half escorts. Half bodyguards got in the car. It was embarrassing. Paula is depicting her phone. Okay is having this fairly prolonged sweet moment where he's like. You remember that guy you told me about back. Home Hind Him Mary him instead and in this version. Okay is basically trying to get rid of her. But which one do you think is more plausible I am inclined to believe the substance of what Paul is saying, but maybe not. That happened so nicely as depicted. You know he's like he's been pretty heavily sedated this week, right? He's not making a ton of sense. He's seeming kind of affect plus. It's interesting. That Paul writes a scene where he's able to really like show up her right, but on the other hand he's historically. Kind of thing kind of on autopilot so like. Seems likelier to me that like the man writing a book about like the defense team who seemly. Very uninterested in Paula. Generally like she's barely depicted in this lifetime, we're ready to believe that lay it happened, but that like Polish version of it makes that may be nicer than it was. Yeah, or they had that conversation two days previously, and she's sort of poured into the scene because it's like its narrative, more convincing that way. That's true, too. That happens a lot in the way that we remember things like. We unprompted, will I think subconsciously kind of stick together parts of different memories to make a coherent story kind of depicts the whole of a relationship. And if she's giving herself that moment at all, inaccurately than like whatever..
"oj simpson" Discussed on You're Wrong About...
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"oj simpson" Discussed on Killer Knowledge
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Hollywood moment: Harvey Weinstein's sentencing
"Today. The disgraced Hollywood producer. Harvey Weinstein will be sentenced last month. He was convicted of rape and criminal sexual assault and faces up to twenty nine years in prison. Prosecutors have urged the judge to consider what they called a lifetime abuse towards others even though for most of those alleged abuses. Mr Weinstein has never been charged. His lawyers have petitioned for the minimum sentence of five years saying that any longer could constitute a defacto life sentence after Mr Weinstein conviction the Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance Junior said. The change had come to America. This is a big day. This is a new day and I hope women will will understand the significance of the jury verdicts. Today is. Optimism was echoed. By some of Mr Weinstein's accusers and their lawyers is a historic. I never thought I would see in my lifetime. Change has come today. I have a message for Harvey for all of Users Rape Myth perpetuators victim blaming and knows retaliated against sets. This one's for you. Your time is up. The allegations against him formed at the start of the metoo movement very public example of what remains troublingly hidden kind of crime. It would be easy to see his conviction and imprisonment as a high point for me to next. He'll face charges in Los Angeles for crimes. He continues to deny. Just how much any of these cases will change. Things is far from clear hustling surprised. Sasha Economists Public Policy Editor Mr Watson case certainly wasn't a slam dunk. Some people may have had that impression but it was by no means a straightforward case. These sorts of trials of radio really complex and in addition is to watch team faced accuser's stories straightforward. In a way they were very representative of a lot of these cases in the sense that they fit coach. Roy Do rape in being something that happens with a lot of force and a ski mosque by Stranger instead. These women told stories of complex relationships including ongoing contacts with Mr Weinstein off to the souls and typically juries have really struggled with this kind of cases in fact most of those cases that make it anywhere need a jury and to that extent. Actually very atypical case. Because of course Mr. One Steen's case as well as the accusations have all played out very very publicly of in multiple accusers. Zubin spelled out in the media. One thing that made it question unusual case is that the judge allowed extra witnesses women who would not pass the charges against Mr Weinstein to nevertheless testify over previous aqel bad acts that they had experienced at his hands. Allegedly it certainly was quite controversial. May well be part of the grounds of a possible appeal by Mr Weinstein team. And what would that appeal? Look like it's Hampson. No I mean concerns have been raised about whether Mr Watson could have affected trial in given all the media attention publicity particularly in New York City before the trial. His team tried very hard to get. The trial moved to somewhere where they thought he might face a forgiving jury that was thrown out. This is a long process. Take easy setup two year and I guess one of the questions now that people Rossi's while is he gonNA get out to bail can continue to monitor while that process is ongoing which is has begun wanted to run up to his trial. So you say the result is a bit surprising and and certainly prosecutors and plenty of commentators have held it up as a sort of watershed moment is a sort of a apotheosis of the of of the metoo movement that essentially was launched. By by these cases. What's your take on that I think? The watershed which is an awful lot immediately after the valid. And I understand it. I mean this was a high stakes trial. Which the Manhattan. Da. Couldn't afford to lose so they threw themselves out this only on the hands. I think as as many celebrity trials we have to be careful with Conclusions hair. I hope it will be a watershed moment. There's an awful lot wrong with how sexual. Violence is is investigated and prosecuted. But I have my doubts. I think the the real test will come when single women also group of women come forward to accuse somebody of rape without the media attention right without. Will the inefficacious if you will of the accuser has been an awful lot of emphasis on how powerful Mr Weinstein is but his accusers. Happen quite powerful as well. Essentially they had public opinion rooting for them. And I think the real test of whether the the Weinstein verdict will have a BRUDER EFFECTS. On how serious criminal? Justice Systems. Juries take these kind of complex claims will only come when we see an everyday victim. Come forward with with a typical claim of sexual assault. So what you're essentially saying. There is that celebrity. Justice is fundamentally different. I mean why do you suppose? That is I- celebrity justice in general is just is only certain. Becerra was it is just different from normal justice putting old big bright lights and attention onto someone being accused in this case Mr Weinstein. That's a typical way of injustice remedy a J Simpson trial which was essentially works like a soap opera. Essentially didn't have that much impact with how of the mothers were investigated then tried in Los Angeles and I think the same will be the case with the wider significance of the wanting conviction. Today that said there is of course important symbolic function to mocking. Somebody like Mr Weinstein up and holding his feet to the fire. So I said he wouldn't diminish the symbolic importance of seeing someone powerful like him wrote into a cooled. Convicted unlocked. Up is just going to be careful with suggesting that. Will the other huddles that stand? In the way of getting justice for everyday victims have now disappeared. I mean the one distinction here between Mr Weinstein's case and the OJ Simpson case is that Mister Simpson was was acquitted whereas Mr Weinstein has been convicted. Don't you think that that at least has sort of knock on effect sort of casts a shadow over over future cases gives future jurors a sense that That that there is an example being set there. Yeah maybe I mean future jurors in reminded with this case that rape doesn't look the way they think looks so it's been very helpful to have this very public lesson. If you will in rape myths that rape is a complex crime that said we pull people every year on their attitudes dissection. Rasmussen doing that. Insensitive metoo movement took off. And in that we don't really see much of a change in public attitudes to sexual harassment and indeed in America way would have hoped that reporting rates of sexual violence had increased most under reported binding crimes often me to after an initial bump reporting rates of back down to what they were before me to see. Let's see what happens next year. You know it always takes a while to get the kind of data but be careful with two inches at this point.
"oj simpson" Discussed on You're Wrong About...
"Times article which mentions the fact that OJ has pled no contest to the charge of abuse related to the New Year's Eve nineteen eighty-nine which is what he served ultimately probation public service or and at the time. This is the most racing charge they know about. So they haven't found out about the nineteen ninety-three nine one one call yet. Okay and Marsha writes the fact that OJ. Simpson had beaten. His wife. Didn't mean that he'd killed her not all the men who beat their wives end up killing them but my years in law enforcement had shown me that men who kill their wives have often beaten or abused them in the past. The fact that they've been divorced for two years still bothered me the carry a torch for an axe after the paperwork stun. I remember the photo Nicole that Brad Roberts had pulled out from under Simpson's bed and I remembered the big glossy shots for the children mounted on the wall by the stairs. Yeah I thought it could happen phrases. She doesn't know yet. About the attempted reconciling that has just ended like three weeks ago so she doesn't know that they were effectively in a relationship until fairly recently. Yeah 'cause he's not carrying a torch for a women who divorced two years ago. He's carrying torture women who he dated until three weeks ago which is a much different thing and speaks much more emotive. Yeah and that. There is a volatility coming from something that you know just ended. Yeah Go Garcetti the DAS MARSHA. She's been able to be in touch with the cops yet and she says no but I'm working on it and finally she gets a call at noon from Philip vannatter. Who According to Marcia says? It's the brass Marsha. They don't want US talking to you and Marcia says she lets loose a cook choice expert have. It's a book Marsha. You can just say with the all adults here Marsha. I see myself as a child reading this all the time. I would be one of the children. Who that's terrific choice EXPLICO? Why is the brass telling them not to speak with her? It seems weird so what Marcia said she thinks it is that it has something to do with the Michael Jackson case because let here August. Read it to you so. Marsha says I had a pretty good idea with this was all about. The brass at Parker Center had gotten their knickers twisted over Michael Jackson which is like a slightly unfortunate way to put that. What a fiasco that had been case of child molestation that went nowhere. After Jackson's lawyers reached a settlement January nineteen ninety four with the father of the alleged victim while not a surprising outcome. When you consider that the father had been asking for money but the COPS blamed US thinking we've stepped in where we didn't belong botched a perfectly good case now that another celebrity suspect was in play. They were freezing us out. So what she thinks is that the cops are going in with this attitude of Lake. Let's not involve the DA's office there no help to us in these situations Screw it up. We'll just handle it. Yeah us with our high levels of competence and ethics in craft. Yeah we are the non-problematic entity yeah in this arrangement and the DA's office is the one with all the problems and the only one with problems and as long as they're not dragging us down we will do great so she tells Gil about this and he says hang back if the evidence is as strong as it sounds. They'll have to pick them up in the next few hours. Okay and she's like okay. I'm hanging back. GonNa let the police you know. It's just it's just painful. It's like everyone's telling her like no just like let them handle it. It'll be fine like don't be overbearing. I know it feels like rose in. Titanic being like Mr Andrews. Forgive me but I did. The sums in my head is that with the number of lifeboats plus the capacity much right. You know. I have a bad feeling about this. Like everyone in a position of power or everyone who had have to cooperate? You being like no. It's fine. Don't worry your pretty little head. Yeah and you're like in my heart. I know I'm worried in everyone's telling me not to worry so I guess I won't yeah. It's the beginning of so many terrible stories. Yeah and so. As a result of this as a result of the hang back mandate Marsha finds out with the police crime lab has gone ahead and started testing the blood samples. And she's like okay. I was hoping that I could send those to cellmark diagnostics in Maryland. To have them specially tested his as has been established a stickler for having acceptable to good but he writes that she's stuck in hang back mode right. It's not worth it to start a fight over something seemingly minor seemingly minor Pajama. Yeah Yeah but despite this she gets a call later that day saying that the LAPD lab has in fact matched the blood on the walkway at the murder scene. To Simpson's blood. Okay which means the of the blood there some of it belongs to Oj Simpson which is like wildly slam. Dunk I mean what is the phrase slam dunk even mean I mean. I knew you were going to correct me on that. But it's like you but I I think what does that mean well. It's the kind of thing that if he didn't have two million dollars or fifty million dollars or whatever it was with defense lawyers. I can just a random abusive husband. It's the kind of thing that would make it a premium. Easy case to prosecute. Yeah I do feel like abusive husbands have a history of being less than one with thing but I feel like killing. A stranger has taken a little bit more seriously than killing your wife or your girlfriend and that there is this kind of mitigation that you can get of like well. You know right of all the people that you might kill. Isn't this one the most relatable? Yeah how what was marshes reaction to that she it was limp donkey or Marsha says Bingo. There was the evidence the cops needed to charge. She saying Yeah. Like this is grounds for arresting hemming charging him. I Grin jubilantly at David and Gillan held my wrists together pantomime in handcuffs. I figured squad cars will be rolling towards. Brentwood any minute now like hell. Oj Simpson remained at large. And so she goes home. She takes care of her kids. She breathes in her moldy wall. Sasso Marcia comes home. She reads in her Molby Wall and then she shows up at work on Wednesday June fifteenth and finds it. Okay still hasn't been arrested. Also somehow the La Times has received and published the blood test results matching OJ's fled to the blood found on the walkway at Nicole. Quite possibly. Yeah I mean I can't think of a better way for it to get to the L. A. Times Marcus theories at someone the LAPD is leaking right. Yeah because that's not the kind of thing that usually goes to the public. Yeah and this is you know the. La Times December gotten this information and meanwhile the District Attorney's office hasn't received any kind of a report from the AP. Wow so that day. She had sound to Parker Center which is two blocks away and says you know if they still seem to not be moving on taking okay and we can threaten them with a grand jury and she says what I meant was this. If the cops wouldn't arrest we could unilaterally starting investigation of our own by taking the case to a grand jury that way. The cops couldn't stonewall us because we'd have power to compel their testimony. Furthermore if we take the case to a grand jury and got an indictment the police would have no choice but who arrests Simpson still going grand? Jury was risky. The cops are taken as an in your face and solve. My guess was at the very mention of it would drive them. Crazy is is the purview explained to me what a grand jury is sure. Can you tell me what your understanding of it is at this point? None I noted jury is but I don't understand what the modifier grand makes it. It's it's different. Well it's like Jerry but everyone's wearing really nice outfits an alien little cakes no like I literally nothing. Wh how how does this? How does this work so a grand jury is basically a process by which it is determined whether a given individual can be charged with a crime. It is a tiny confidential non adversarial version of irregular trial. Although you do how the larger jury you have up to twenty three people on a grand jury and it's a real jury like its random people chosen. It's not like professional legal people know. Yeah it is a jury in the same way that exemplary. Her trial is chosen. Okay so if I get called for jury duty I may end up sitting on a grand jury rather than a jury. Yeah I didn't even know this okay. And so basically evidence is more easily admissible in front of a grand jury than it is in front of a trial is not cross examination done bricks. It's not to determine if they're guilty it's just is the likelihood of them being guilty high enough that like let's go ahead and move to the next step in the trial and our OJ's defense lawyers present for this or is like a completely a government process. Okay it's defense lawyers aren't present okay. Isn't present like this is a sanctuary between the prosecutor and the grand jury rather than between the Prosecution or defense so this allows her to take the case away from the LAPD and taking more control over it and also get a bunch of people under oath. It's like kind of like her own way of investigating. Yeah and allows her to run a parallel investigation and circumvent their investigation. And then if she gets a grand jury to decide to indict then okay has to be arrested in charge even if the LAPD hasn't moved on it yet. Oh okay so really. Put HER IN CHARGE. Yes. Hopefully I'm sure everything goes fine after this. Yes we know and another key thing here is that the grand jury proceedings are confidential. Which means that. You can get a witness under oath very early on in the game which is especially useful to Marcia because pretty early on. She's like we need to get this Kato. Kaylin guy locked in. Yeah that's what we were saying last episode that she she's been listening. Okay so Marcia goes to the LAPD with a possible grand. Jury threaten her pocket. So the police give her the reports that they've compiled so far and she was wanting to appear not too eager although she is a keen to get her hands on those words and she says we swapped some observations about the case making Nice. Nobody on the other side seen willing to bring up the thorny issue of arrest so I headed dead on. When do you plan to bring this for? Filing we want to interview more witnesses. Tom said slowly we were thinking. Maybe the early part of next week. Oh my God so this point. It's IT's June. Fifteen has already been two days. Yeah and so the early part of next week that would have them starting to interview more witnesses and kind of slowly moving forward over a week after the crime scene was discovered unbelievable..
Harvey Weinstein's lawyers call on memory expert
"Everyone seems attorneys are calling in a memory expert to stand in his rape and sexual assault trial in New York Elizabeth Loftus who also testified in the defense of OJ Simpson said memories fade over time and can also become distorted prosecutors have tried to show how the disgrace movie mogul used his power to prey on young women or hoping to advance their careers in
Memories can become distorted, defense expert says at Weinstein rape trial
"Harvey Weinstein's attorneys are calling a memory expert to the stand in his rape and sexual assault trial in New York Elizabeth Loftus who also testified in the defense of the OJ Simpson trial said memories fade over time and can also become distorted prosecutors have tried to show how the disgrace movie mogul used his power to prey on young women who are hoping to advance their careers in Hollywood Lisa G. NBC news radio
"oj simpson" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Know serial killers. Yeah even like I know. People that are supposed to demand murders the Gotcha Gotcha criminal gist doesn't JFK thing. Even though it's interesting you know maybe because I lived it and you know I don't know and I might opinions everybody's choice so interested in it because there's more to it You know like the Manson murders people are into its case closed like even though everybody's like ninety five percent sure yeah or like did he was more to it like you said there's so much more to it's interesting murder weapon losy easy for real and even like the the scene of the crime. The BUNDY CONDO stands out from all the other kinds instinct loans. That you know it's just you. You know you go by there. Obviously you know go by once a week. I'm crazy but you actually have a instagram pitch. The OJ murder trial pays OJ Simpson and murder trial page with all underscores illegit underscore simpson underscore murder trial page. And you started this just out of boredom and you know I was posted on. OJ pictures on my regular instagram near. My friends are like dude enough. We're going to block you and then you know like you go by there no matter matter who did it you get this eerie feeling. People got messed up there. You know two people died there for sure we did but butchered Grazie like you get these Erie feeling. I up brought people here. They're like whoa like whether it's daytime or night. Yeah you know and and they just get this weird feeling you know. Let's get into your theory but what happened. That night would really happen before we we do. Here's something else to think about. What good drivers did not have to pay for? Bad drivers route insurance thinks that old way of pricing car insurance is unfair so they developed a mobile apt measures driving behavior and check this out by removing bad drivers from the equation route. Save good drivers up to fifty two percent in two thousand nineteen route makes car insurance easy and uses an APP to base rate primarily on how you drive. Route was the fastest growing direct insurance company in the last year in the United States is the world's first mobile first. This car insurance company and your insurance card is available right from your phone and if you don't get into an accident you can file a claim directly in the APP. Route is available in twenty states coast coast to coast. And if you refer your friends you make money just download the root insurance drive normally for a few weeks during the Reu test drive and see how much you can save. Don't wait eight. Give route a tried today head to your APP store and download the root insurance APP. Sign up in less than a minute and start your own test drive. That's route are ot download the APP today or visit join route dot com to learn more and see how much you could save. Not Available in. All States disclaimers may apply. See Join Route Dot com for details. So what's your theory. And what has so. I think again Nicole around this time. She was like living life and she uh-huh Jimmy when she was eighteen so it's kind of tied down from day. One.
"oj simpson" Discussed on You're Wrong About...
"I used that company's products it's fascinating this part to me is Bananas and this is why I think disreputable memoirs by people at the heart of media. Scandal should be more widely read. 'cause I've never seen this talked about elsewhere in it's weird okay. So the book says he finally settled on the USA channel because it happened to be playing the world according to Garp up. You gotta see this one part. Okay said according to Kato Okay was referring frank to a scene where garbs wife was going to give head to a young guy in her car park in the driveway of her home. The guy comes over one last time to garbs wife and she says no no no he says one last time so they get in the car and start Garp in his own car arrives at the House and a force of habit turns off his lights and coasts into the garage. Because it's raining Dr. Garb crashes into his wife's car while he's going down on her boyfriend. The force of the collision causes her to accidentally chop off the ahead of her lover's penis. Okay that was a very long pause. I don't yeah I mean I yeah I think this is the funniest thing in the world or something it will. Here's what Kato says. Cato recalled how they watched the scene and silence then OJ seemingly really out of nowhere said Yeah. I remember Nicole doing that with Keith. Nearly a year earlier biting the head of his penis off no guessing giving Keith a blowjob. Oh job because that was what I saw when he spied on that that was what he was shouting about when he broke her door down the previous October right. But that doesn't seem like the main point of the scene. That's not what the scene is about like you were. I watched that someone asks what it's about. We wouldn't say it world sack. Ah we would say accidental maiming. Yeah right so. OJ still store about this stupid key thing clearly clearly he you know. Just imagine watching arching that scene in silence with OJ Simpson so that the book is on Okays Talk Made Kato Very Uneasy. He was afraid. OJ's mood would change. Yeah Okay went on and the kids were home. Kato didn't WanNa hear it. Nicole was a friend of his but Kato didn't want to challenge. OJ either when okay finish the tail. He laid back lost in thought to ship the mood. Kato Said Not Robin Williams. Sure is funny man. That's very. I'm an abusive relationship. Logic logic right. We're Kato's already internalizing. This guy could turn on a dime. So it's up to me to distract him with something else like look at this comedian. Yeah so he knows on some level that OJ is emotionally volatile and he knows that he has to get him out of this place. Yeah I mean he is really. He's he's doing that work. Work he's part of this labor force along follow Barbieri and then everybody else then. Even if he doesn't know that consciously he understands that and he also isn't going to say. Okay Hey I am uncomfortable. Because he can't push back because he knows Oh jail blow up and he has seen him blowing up. Yeah that's one thing that sent her saying about Cato. To is that a lot of people well like they've heard about okay blowing up from Nicole or they've seen some of his anger but they haven't seen him yeah go after an Ecole Anna rage. Yeah seething the way that Kato has at this point settling he he understands. Some of what okay is capable of man. Apparently the only thing that finally gets. It's okay to shift. Topics is when Paula Barbieri calls. Because they're going to this fundraiser dinner that night he's calling to ask what he was hurt aware so after he talks to New Paula. Okay starting to Cato. Says he's really tired. He doesn't WanNa go to the event he'd rather go with Kato to the event instead of Paul Ike has. At least he'd have find with Kato. He seemed kind of like over Paula. In this moment. Okay so at the end of the day okay goes to his event. Kato goes out clubbing. And comes back to Rockingham at two in the morning and and goes to bed and wakes up at about noon and wakes up to an empty house. Okays as off playing golf so this is the day of the murders right this. Is Ken Twelve. Yeah this is. This is the morning of so this is the day. When there's the recital raid The recital is happening this afternoon or gas to go to fly to Chicago late that night and again Keta goes for a run then comes home. He's GonNa go to Santa Monica to play basketball with some friends but as he's heading out. OJ Once again calls for him and waves him into the a main house and so he goes into talk to him so this is like two thirty in the afternoon and talk about how his golf game went and then Kato tries to head out Komo. He's like no no. You should hang out and then he tries to call Tracy who is the center holds. Arain Cato trying to set him up with the the day before so again tracy talk for awhile and according to Kato Oj. Says you know. Tracy I've got everything a man once in the world everything I've got plenty of money. I've I've got two beautiful home but you know I'm just not happy me. Happy my God. What do you think about all this you that thing about how? The Nigerian Syrian scams are deliberately bad. I did not know that how they're deliberately bad because if they were reasonably convincing than they would ended up spending a lot of time on people who are kind of on the fence like people who are savvy enough to figure out that it's a scam and so what you WanNa do. Is You want to send out an extremely incompetent. Email to millions of people and like point one of point one point one percent of the people are going to be totally unsavory enough to fall for it quickly and so you don't waste your time going through all these steps with people that ultimately are going to drop out and it seems like this strategy of calling up women who you barely know and giving them this pitch of like I want something serious in my life R U. The girl for me kind of making them do this little tryout. It is like tryouts isn't it. It's like Broadway cattle call. And it's perfectly calibrated to find women with relatively we LO- self-esteem who are going to be like. Well this guy wants to get serious. This guy that I don't know at all I should just dive into this relationship and immediately start trying to prove myself to this guy. I've never met. Yeah I think you're right like Oj. Simpson is essentially a Nigerian princess. compulsively calling hauling around. You know he talks to Tracy and then he calls a bunch of other women. He apparently called Jasmine guy who he said to. Cato is like one of the only black doc women who he's attracted to also an interesting statement and then Kato's like okay. I should really go. I think I'm really going to go now. And and he knows that. OJ Is going to head to Sydney's dance recital at five that afternoon and he also knows that okay and Paula have been arguing about this recital. Week I can see being factor in Pala deciding to break up with him because basically Paula really wants to go and OJ's like no no no. It's for family. By implication implication. You can't come through and this is like. She talks about this in her memoir that she really likes being part of the kids lives and feels some hostility from Nicole Hole. That seems to come from partly from the fact that she is kind of taking on this mothering. Role Hits lives which is you know. Yeah Yeah and that she you wants kids of her own and feels on some level that her and okays relationship is destined to not work out because he doesn't want to have anymore children right right. So Paula is not being led into this family that she wants to be part of this ring repelled and finally fine like I give up and OJ's he's about to feel rejected from this family that he's trying to worm his way back into sue. It's I know it's weird to have that much inspired by. Hi It's dance. Recital dislike this little middle school answer. Kids were dancing to footloose. But it's say this is what families are yeah. Everything becomes a huge metaphor for something bigger right right because of course it's not the dance recital. It's like Yo whole to previous years of pollen as relationship. It's the seventeen years of okay Nicole's relationship. It's all of this history just hurtling toward this one afternoon in Brentwood yeah yeah becomes like a WWe wrestling arena. Yeah and so he does like well. I'm finally going to go. Who Play basketball like I have been trying to do the afternoon? Time for Cato. Cato and then he picks up some Sushi from place in the neighborhood and and heads home to watch the Knicks game his big plan for the night. This is what I want when I look at history. I guess one everyone to be able to have the little plans they had. I want I Walking his dog to get back home without finding anything relating to a murder scene and be able to watch the Mary. Tyler Moore show. I want Marsha to clean out her desk. I want to start dating Michael Bolton Nicole by half off picture frames. I'm June thirteen. Yeah imagine a little sliding doors musical montage right now. Yeah Yeah so KEDO comes in and according to him. OJ smiles and says Sydney was great and then the smile goes away and he says but Nicole was trying to play hardball with me right. So what do you know about how the dance recital goes from what we've talked about so far. My understanding is that he tried to sit with them mm-hmm and they said no you can't with your family and he perceives this as a huge sleight. Of course yeah. And it's actually even more passive than that. What happens is that Nicole doesn't specifically save a seat for him the guy and he gets there late as usual and colden save a seat for him and so he has to go sit somewhere else? So it's it's an it's important to make that distinction distinction clear and this to me is so typical of the kind of abuse. We've seen from him so far. where it's like Nicole failed to anticipate the very specific vic thing and what I would want and would make me feel valued rally I am? I do not doubt that from her experience of being married to him and of being and this what their relationship has become after the worst. I'm sure that she did know that he would feel slighted by that right. Like the whole point of this is that she's not tying herself into knots. What's to try to keep him from boiling over right? Also these are often the symbolic battlegrounds on which toxic relationships wage war. You're right these little things of like. I told you. Divide two percent milk whole milk. And you know. I can't drink home like these little things that to any outsider would be like whatever sitting at different Seton go chat with them afterwards but people within those relationships this is like a front in a long campaign of what he perceives leaves as constant slights constant cutting him out of the relationship and what probably her feels like. Well he fucking shows up late to everything you can't rely on this guy for anything. I'm sick of saving seats for this guy. Why would I even expect? Necessarily that. He would show if he you know Mrs other important events. Yeah they're both perceiving it as this completely symbolic act which it is which everything is in family. Wasn't there some famous thing where there was some count that they liked..
Trump legal team for impeachment trial will include Alan Dershowitz and Ken Starr
"President drop expanding his legal team with his impeachment trial set to begin in earnest on Tuesday sources say that president trump's defense team for the Senate trial is expected to include former independent counsel Ken Starr who investigated president Clinton and defense attorney Alan Dershowitz Dershowitz past clients include Jeffrey abstinent OJ Simpson also expected to join the team is Robert ray who succeeded star as Clinton special
"oj simpson" Discussed on The Mysterious Mr. Epstein
"O J Simpson. NFL superstar accused killer convicted Robber and kidnapper the O.. J. Simpson murder trial is one of the most public legal battles in American history history the horrendous crime and courtroom drama that followed captivated the media and the public. The trial is still debated disgust and depicted in the media to this day. But what happened happened to the people who this trial affected most the new podcast confronting OJ. Simpson looks to answer this question hosts Kim Goldman sister of murder. The Victim Ron Goldman digs deep into the vicious crime. That changed her life and many others forever in this ten part series. Kim takes you on a journey as she reclaims James and reflects on the part of her life that was changed permanently. She sits down with prosecutors investigators and witnesses who never got to speak and jurors who voted not guilty. It's a new and intimate look at a crime that still sticks with us today. You're about to hear a preview of confronting OJ Simpson while you're listening be sure to subscribe confronting. OJ Simpson on Apple podcasts. spotify or wherever. You're listening right now. You can also find a link in the episode notes OJ Simpson was born in San Francisco until I nine ninety. forty-seven I brother Ronald Lyle. Goldman was born in a Chicago suburb on July second. Nineteen sixty eight. OJ's parents separated when he was five. He was raised by his mother. Our parents divorced. When Ron was six we were raised by our father fred as a teenager? OJ got into trouble but turned his life around through football as a teenager. Ron Spent Summers as a camp counselor counselor and played Little League Baseball. OJ was recruited by USC. One heisman trophy and was the number one. NFL draft pick in nineteen sixty nine mm-hmm. He went on to have a hall of fame career. Ron Attended College for a semester in Illinois before we all moved to Los Angeles after retirement. OJ worked as a sports commentator and actor and spokesperson. Ron worked as a recruiter a tennis coach and a waiter Ron Plant opened his own restaurant and bar on June Twelfth Nineteen ninety-four OJ attended his daughter's dance recital with his ex wife Nicole and her family they went to dinner at Mezzaluna restaurant to celebrate celebrate. OJ Wasn't invited on June twelfth nineteen. ninety-four ron was working as a waiter at Meslin restaurant. His shift ended and he headed to Nicole's house to return a pair of sunglasses that night. The two men cross paths at the home of Nicole Brown Simpson. What happened happen next? Altered families changed lives and reset American culture.
Jury selection in Weinstein case could prove to be drawn-out
"Two Harvey Weinstein was in court this week as his trial gets underway for allegations of sexual misconduct over the trail remains in the jury selection phase in the defense has been arguing that the streets disgraced Hollywood mobile cannot get a fair trial attorney just whoever says finding an impartial jury will be difficult it's really tough I mean we're talking about probably the most high profile trial since OJ Simpson that's what I believe the way you have to do that is to really try to get an impartial jury which seems impossible and especially given on the eve of jury selection the LA charger these alley charges are dropped it's going to be impossible for people not
"oj simpson" Discussed on Not Guilty
"Simpson had fled. The investigators choked back the bitter taste of failure as they reported that the suspect was gone. Meanwhile they searched. OJ's home for any a clue about where he'd fled to hopefully he hadn't already gotten out of the country soon. They found a letter that suggested an even grimmer grammar conclusion it read. I can't believe what is being said. Most of it is totally made up. I know you have a job to do but but as a last wish please please please leave my children in peace. Their lives will be tough enough. I want to send my Lovin Kevin. Thanks to all my friends. I wish we had spent more time together as I leave. You'll be in my thoughts based on this text next the police could only conclude that Oj Simpson rather than face. Murder charges planned to kill himself. The team's disappointment point was palpable as they left the Simpson House that afternoon vanatter and Lang could feel success. Slipping through their fingers. The entire K ace had come together so easily. They had a wealth of evidence. A motive and a cooperative suspect. Now it seemed that Nicole Brown Simpson. MM Senator Ron. Goldman might never get justice. The thought was devastating. But they weren't going to give up yet. If there was one one benefit to having a celebrity as a person of interest it was that he was recognizable around two PM. LAPD commander David. GASCOYNE hosted a press conference he labeled OJ Simpson a wanted. Murder suspect an hour later. Her District Attorney Gil. Garcetti elaborated further. OJ was missing and as he put it. Nobody knows where he is. Both speakers warned that if anyone was found cooperating with the alleged killer there would be dire consequences in addition they each called for the public to contact the police with any information regarding. OJ's whereabouts the first tip came from OJ himself at at five fifty one PM. He called nine one one announcing his intentions to shoot himself in the head. He said I WANNA go with Nicole. That's all I WANNA do. That's all I've been trying to do while. Dispatchers tried to trace a location for the call other reports started pouring in witnesses had seen. OJ In the back seat of a white Ford Bronco. His friend and former teammate. LINEBACKER AL cowlings was was driving down the five freeway in Santa Ana. OJ had a gun to his own head within minutes. Several police cruisers were dispatched and the chase was on but the juice had built a career on amazing runs. uh-huh he had years of experience. sprinting down the field. Dodging defensive football players now. He applied that same kind of focus to his escape. It wasn't just the police who were closing in on. OJ As news got out that the celebrity was driving down the highway trying to escape the cops cops. Reporters converged on the scene choppers crisscrossed southwestern Los Angeles airing live broadcasts about the pursuit it. It was a Friday night but people around America sat at home glued to their TV sets. Ninety five million viewers watched as the the White Bronco merged from the five to the ninety one west leading the squad. Cars back towards Brentwood two out of every three television vision sets on at the time were tuned to the juices attempted escape. Los Angeles is infamous for its high speed speed police chases but OJ's drive played out in slow motion. The Bronco crawled along rarely exceeding thirty miles per hour. And the pursuing squad. Cars didn't WanNa pull to close or try to run him off the road. OJ still had. The gun's barrel pressed against his face and the risk that he might attempt suicide was too high instead they deflected traffic away from the road and followed him at a careful speed and cautious distance in an effort to bring things to a peaceful conclusion. Detective Lang connected to Oj. Simpson's cell cell phone at five fifty six. PM He talked to the suspect throughout the chase urging OJ to pull over and surrender. His is gone the juice meanwhile vacillated between threatening to harm himself and begging to be allowed to return home eager to keep the suspect suspect on the line and to deter him from firing Lang relented the cars would follow OJ to Rockingham Avenue and apprehend him in his own driveway. Finally after an hour and a half the Bronco merged onto the four. Oh five from there. It exited did into a familiar neighborhood. Brentwood while the police scrambled to chase. OJ safely fans recklessly. Hit the streets to cheer on their favorite football star. People poured out of their apartment complexes in houses crowding the residential blocks spectators waved handmade paper signs with hastily scrawled marker messages like we love the juice and save the juice just before eight PM. The Bronco pulled into OJ's driveway. Thanks to Los Angeles's long summer days. It was still bill. Bright outside and dozens of people flocked to watch the arrest while some officers strung up police tape and focused on crowd control others turned their attention to OJ himself who still sat in the car gun in hand refusing to step out for a tense. Our police negotiated with their suspect. He still have begun press to his chin. He still insisted that he the intended to kill himself. And detective vannatter wasn't willing to let his suspect escape trial even in death the sunset and finally under the relatively private cover of night. OJ climbed out of the Bronco perhaps ups that was what he'd been waiting for all along a way to surrender without the crowd. Seeing he was immediately disarmed and handcuffed coughed. When the police searched the bronco they found a passport nearly nine thousand dollars in cash and a fake beard clear evidence that Oj had planned to flee the country than adder and Lang once more breathed a sigh of relief that they'd managed to nab OJ before his escape? But they'd have no opportunity to celebrate the arrest. The highly publicized. OJ Simpson murder trial. Trial would prove to be lengthy stressful and grueling. The proceedings would completely alter public perception of the L. A. P. D. and Van Adar's and Lang's credibility as investigators forever. Thanks for listening to not guilty will be back Thursday with the trial of the century. Own J. Simpson's ten month long murder hearing not only did. OJ's case become a media sensation..
"oj simpson" Discussed on Not Guilty
"On January Twenty Fourth Nineteen Ninety five. The trial of the century was called to order the forty forty seven year old defendant. OJ Simpson was represented by his Dream Team at their urging. He insisted that he was not guilty of the June in twelve murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman but the prosecutors led by forty one year old Marcia Clark were committed to proving proving that he was the killer and she laid out her theories in her opening statement. She said when we look upon and look behind behind that public face the man that you will see will be the face of a batterer. A wife beater and abuser a controller. He he killed Nicole for a single reason. A reason almost as old as mankind itself he killed her out of jealousy he she killed her because he couldn't have her and if he couldn't have her he didn't want anybody else to have her. He killed her to control her her to bolster this narrative the prosecution established OJ's history as a manipulative abuser. I they played recordings of Nicole's nine nine one one calls the court room cringed at the sound of Nicole Screams Saab's and Wales of fear as she repeatedly told police Own Jay was threatening her beating her declaring that he'd kill her then Nicole's sister. Denise Brown took the stand tearfully. She discussed the years of emotional and physical abuse that Oj had inflicted upon Nicole Abuse. Denise Niece had witnessed firsthand. She spoke of one instance when she nicole and Oj. All had dinner together at a restaurant called the red onion after drinks. OJ allegedly grabbed Nicole by the CROTCH and announced. This is where babies come from and this belongs to me. Denise recounted another occasion on which she confronted. OJ about his treatment of Nicole. She described how he flew into. A rage kicked kicked Nicole out of the House and then beat her before tossing her belongings from their bedroom. More than anything though denise focused on on OJ's rage and jealousy. She described him as a man who couldn't let go. Who'd rather see his ex wife dead than.
"oj simpson" Discussed on Not Guilty
"Wherever you're listening? It really does help us. This week will look at the Nineteen Nineteen ninety-four murder of Ron Goldman and Nicole Brown Simpson ex-wife of NFL superstar OJ. Simpson wants detectives. Actives uncover Nicole's history of domestic abuse. They'll follow a trail of bloody clues right to their top suspects door next next week. We'll recount one of history's most famous murder. Trials and explore how race relations media sensationalism and accusations of police misconduct is conduct all led to Oj. Simpson's highly controversial not.
"oj simpson" Discussed on Not Guilty
"On July Twenty Second Nineteen Ninety Four. The courtroom was packed so tightly few people could move move or breathe. The press made sure to capture every moment. Police lawyers the accused the judge and the bailiff were framed in camera. Lenses and recorded by microphones. It was forty seven year old. OJ Simpson's arraignment. He was accused of murdering his ex wife. Thirty five year old Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend. twenty-five-year-old Ron Goldman on June twelfth. Nineteen ninety-four for a five day long investigation had led police right to him as their top suspect. It seemed like an open and shut case ace but things got a lot more complicated when the judge asked for OJ's plea he replied absolutely one hundred percent and not guilty his refusal to strike a deal meant that Oj's lawyers led by Robert Shapiro and the State's attorneys led by Marcia sure Clark were about to put countless hours days weeks and months into the juices trial and if the media storm around found only as arrest at arraignment were any indication they do so under immense journalistic scrutiny. Although it's traditional for cases to be tried in the jurisdiction where the crime is committed prosecutors filed in downtown Los Angeles instead of Brentwood. They reason that the downtown courts were larger and could handle the throng of reporters. who were sure to be on the scene besides amass rush of journalists Witnesses and lawyers would only choke the West sides. Already dire gridlock. Downtown seemed better equipped to absorb the increased traffic. The decision to file downtown did more than accommodate a media circus however it also affected the demographics of the Juror Pool Brentwood where OJ Simpson lived and Ron Goldman and a coal Brown Simpson. died was a predominantly upper class. White neighborhood downtown. La had a largely Latino and black population and when it came to the question of Oj's guilt the public was split down racial lines. James a July nineteen ninety. Four poll showed that nearly twice as many white respondents thought. OJ was guilty. Compared to black people polled Black Angelenos were roughly three times more likely than white citizens to believe in. OJ's innocence these differences of opinion could be traced back to the recent racially charged controversies surrounding the lapd most notably the excessively forceful beating of Rodney King thing still sent shockwaves through the city but the tension went back further than that in nineteen eighty to a twenty year. Old Black man named James Mincy was pulled over for a broken windshield during the course of the Stop. Police put James in a chokehold killing him. The arresting officer later tried to justify his behavior as ordinary police procedure. When asked to comment on the officers? There's brutal use of force police. Chief Daryl Gates only further stoked tensions. He said the move was more likely to kill black people bowl then quote.
"oj simpson" Discussed on You're Wrong About...
"I cannot count the number of times. I've left my house 'cause spattered with my own blood because I was in a hurry to get newburger and I didn't want my rating to get too low. Welcome to you're wrong about the podcast. Where the Perm of misconception meets the flat iron of Hindsight Oh my God right how? I had a month to make that the perm of misconception. That sounds like something in the never ending story. I am Michael Hobbs. I'm reporter for the Huffington Post. I am Sarah Marshall and I'm a woman sitting in a closet talking about O.. J. Simpson asking a boy to love the show. We are on on patriotic at Patriotair Dot com slash. You're wrong about and it appears by the time we have this out that we will be selling merch. If you want more details just go to our twitter page agent will put something on twitter slash. You're wrong about I'm pretty sure. Yeah thank you for coming on this ride with us. This is episode four. Yes in our series on the Okay Simpson Simpson trial. Yeah we're four hours into our telephone and we're about to go all the way my very good. I am extremely excited. Talk About Marcia Clark and about this period of investigating OJ. I guess during and after the Bronco Chase Yeah. I want to start by talking about who Marcia Clark is kind of right now versus who she was maybe four years ago the American mind. She's someone who's gone through a really interesting rehabilitation of image very recently. Like what's your experience of that. I mean she was one of these women that was sort of in the wave of recapturing in ninety women who really got treated terribly right like Tanya and Lorena Bobbitt and Marcia Clark was one of the main people that we've now returned to and been like like we were really mean to this lady who seemed to have been doing her best. Yeah did you like have a sense of who Marcia Clark was before her. Image kind of got rehabilitated habilitated In Two thousand sixteen with the Ryan Murphy Show about the OJ Simpson trial. I really didn't I mean I don't actually think that I had such a negative view of her at the time nine. I think I just thought that she was incompetent. Because you're an eleven year old boy and you're kind of not communicating in the language of Misogyny. That was being spoken so so fluently around. I mean I think I was but I just think that it didn't attach itself to her for whatever reason. Maybe for millennials like Marcia Clark in the uh-huh same way that so many other women who had jobs and in public inspired this kind of vitriol among their contemporaries that may be kids at the time didn't got got because many of us were used to have working mothers so we were like. Oh look it's it's mom. What do you think the big contrast between her for years ago in her now? Well well first of all. Tell You my first impression of Marcia Clark which is that. I started researching the O.. J. Simpson trial for the first time. Five years ago and got to the part where Marcia Clark a prosecutor is introduced and I was like. Oh there's a the prosecutor is a woman that's need like I had no. I had no memory of her. Oh like I had no sense of her being someone on who was attached to the case like I had no sense of her as a legendary figure. I remember when I read Jeffrey. Toobin the rest of his life which is the first book I ever right about the Oj Simpson trial in which really like open my eyes to some of the complexity that we we had forgotten since the sense that I got about Marcia Clark and the thing that probably immediately made me really like her and had like started my like attachment to her as a a a figure in the story that has has grown and blossomed to this day in which I must be open about up front. I really like Marcia Clark. And the first thing I liked about her was was that like she was the one person who is taking this seriously and also that she was trying. I mean she let me actually read you quote. Marcia Clark has a memoir called without a doubt written with Teresa Carpenter in it. She says that one of the things she likes about court is is that there are clearly delineated rules of combat rules that follow reason which to me kind of says a lot right this idea that she is drawn to work as a trial lawyer and she's he's like later on her career promoted out of prosecuting and given an office job in hates it and asked to be put back in Litigation Gatien interesting but what she's saying is that one of the things that she loves about. It is that you know there are rules. There are clear rules and their rules that are oriented toward logic and toward finding the truth. We're going to hear the phrase search for truth a lot and the next several hours of the show so okay got ready. But that that's what she believes is. Trials are four and what trials are capable of and that she believes that the law is able to actually bring about justice. Like you get the sense that she is operating being from sincerity and from also a belief and you know we are all coming here to honor reason. Basically than and that's not at this trial did I know I was just GonNa say it sounds so naive now especially knowing what we know about the Oj Simpson trial and knowing what we know about the legal system. Generally that the idea that it's this pure thing and everybody follows the rules and all anybody wants is to find the truth. It just like hopeless some Howard. So it's very like trust the system thinking think it's not as if she went into this trial as as like a newly as what she calls a baby be a like. She's he's forty years old at the time that her involvement in this case against ends you know so. She's Cuban a prosecutor for over a decade at this point shoes also been in high profile media cases before like she tried a case that was featured prominently on court. TV So she already even knows what it's like to be working with kind of celebrity concerns and to have cameras on her all the time so this is really new for her. Which I find interesting to like? It's not as if she's like young or green. You know I mean. She's she's a woman in her sexual actual prime but she's not young as well. I want to it. Leave there any door open to the fact of to the idea that I'm you know that's less than complimentary about Marcia Clark's age because I guess feeling nineteen ninety-five was a really you you know was enough yet right. Because he's like facing off against f Lee Bailey who sixty two years old and looks like. He's eighty because of the kind of life if that he's been drinking his way through like she one who has to have thousands of words written about her under eye bags totally totally and the fucking haircut thing which I'm still mad about. Let's let's talk about that too. What do you know about like Marcia Clark's appearance? I bet you could tell me in great detail about like what she looked like at various times. Could I admit it's something. Yeah I know I'm supposed to avoid boilers but the other day. I was looking for a photo to include in this post and it was on interview with Marcia Asia Clark like a year ago or something and it was her talking about the infamous makeover. She began I. I always make them up but she began the case with a Perm right and then she straightened out. Later was the other way around. She began with a perm okay. She became permanent she had like a makeover quote unquote and then she had straight hair and so of course chorus is built up at the time as like. Oh the cameras are on her and like she's trying to go see it up and she's trying to look more professional bubba so in this interview that I cheated and read and I promise I won't do it again whereas this interview sheet it it's in vulture. Okay they're asking about the haircut and she says that was a media creation in in the very beginning of the case before opening statements are press person said he did a haircut. It looks messy and I did. It was kind of scraggly so I got my haircut. That was an after that point. Join the media. Goes crazy with this shit. It's just so weird. They're came that point in the trial when my perm grew out I didn't have the time to go out and get permed again that particular morning I looked at myself and and said just blow it out and stop trying. You can't keep it up. You're never going to have time to go back to the hairdresser now and I have straight hair so blew it out. Dust began the media parade about the makeover. Well how could I still look like.
"oj simpson" Discussed on History of the 90s
"I'm advised that there is someone from the secretary of state's office on way over to accept this lack of nation state emergence of a state of emergency for los angeles city in los angeles county and and it is our purpose here at the state government level to restore law and order and to minimize the danger to the residents of the area this is as a matter that needs to be settled in the courts and not in the streets thank you in nineteen ninety two four l. a. police officers were acquitted in connection with the vicious beating and arrest of rodney king after a traffic stop king who was block was tasers hit with batons tackled to the ground and handcuffed four white police officers continued to be king while he was on the ground he he was hit over fifty times with a baton and received eleven fractures over twenty other police officers stood and watched as has the beating took place we know this because the beating was videotaped by a local resident using a camcorder remember this was long before smartphones and nothing like this had ever been seen by the public before the four officers were charged with using excessive force a year later on april twenty nine nine hundred ninety two a mostly white jury consisting twelve residents from the distant suburbs of ventura the county acquitted the four officers the rodney king beating came following years of racial and economic inequality in the city on top of heavy tension between the black community and the LAPD which is famously captured by rap group n w as nineteen eighty-eight hit fox fuck the police so when the not guilty verdict came down it's like los angeles blew a gasket within hours of the verdict fury over the acquittal spilled into the streets resulting in five days of rioting in los angeles according to an NPR retrospective respective in two thousand seventeen residents set fires looted and destroyed liquor stores grocery stores retail shops and fast food restaurants light-skinned motorists both white and latino were targeted some were pulled out of their cars and beaten you might remember the helicopter after footage from above the intersection of florence and normandy in south central LA the epicenter of the riot reginald denny a white truck truckdriver was pulled from his truck and beaten he was attacked with a tire iron a fire extinguisher and brick four people emerged from from the crowd to rescue him and drove him and his eighteen wheeler to safety the whole thing was captured on videotape and shortly after the governor of california declared a state of emergency and called eleven hundred marines six hundred army soldiers and sixty five hundred national guard troops to patrol the streets from april thirtieth to may fourth dusk-to-dawn curfews were enforced in the city and county of los angeles until the riots were finally extinguished by the time it was all over fifty people had died and over two thousand were injured throughout los angeles county damages were estimated at over one billion dollars and thousands of buildings were damaged or destroyed so this was on everyone's mind when a verdict was reached in the OJ simpson case if he was found guilty what would happen in LA would there be another another riot defense lawyer johnnie cochran had stoked the racial tension throughout the trial by suggesting to the jury that simpson was framed by white white police detective mark furman and there was a racist conspiracy within the police department in his closing arguments cochrane called furman a genocidal genocidal racist and compared him to adolf hitler prosecutors ridiculed the police conspiracy theory and in his closing argument christopher darden who is black told the jury the defendants fame and race should not affect the way justice handed out emotions nations were high inside the packed courtroom and around the nation as the verdicts were read by the court clerk OJ simpson flanked by his lawyers faced the jury after the clerk read the words not guilty in the death of nicole brown simpson o j looked stunned momentarily then he smiled a slow oh uncertain smile as johnny cochran slapped him on the back then OJ let out a deep breath when the clerk read not not guilty in the death of ron goldman loud crying could be heard in the courtroom and the camera panned to the people in the crowd ron goldman sister mr was bent over sobbing her father was rubbing her back in interviews since the verdict including one this year with howard stern kim goldman has said when she looked up johnny cochran looked at her and mouths the word gotcha OJ was also seen mouthing the words thank you to the jury number one as to count one is this your verdict number two s to count one is this your verdict juror number three s account one is this your verdict juror number four as to count one verdict juror number five s to count one is this your verdict juror number six s to count one as the juror was pulled by the court clerk to confirm the verdict the camera pan to the prosecution table marcia marcia clark and christopher darden sat stone-faced and disbelief the whole time kim goldman could be heard sobbing in the background ron stepmother potty goldman dropped to her knees his father fred goldman shut his eyes and then seemed to draw back as if he were punched or his heart stopped the relatives of nicole brown simpson including her mother and her sister stared blankly at the jury as tears or stream down their faces OJ's family wiped away tears of joy as did OJ's lawyer and friend robert kardashian the father of the famous kardashians were so busy keeping up with today outside the courthouse more than a thousand people filled the streets and sidewalks walks they listened to the verdicts on portable radios and they cheered wildly when they heard the words not guilty i was outside the courthouse to it was hot and smoggy and i could see a dozen or so helicopters hovering over the area i was in the thick of it it was mayhem but but not the kind of mayhem that people feared it was a joyous celebration there would be riots police were on foot shoulder to shoulder making a wall between the people and the doors to the courthouse other officers were on horseback and snipers were perched on nearby buildings watching the crowd from above despite the heavy v police presence it's still kind of felt like a victory party most of the people i talked to thought justice had been served we're celebrating people victory that's why we're i'm here same reason i'll be at work right now but i will be into over boston on the old police out here to like you know it's good for the people to be keep an eye on them you never know what can dirty brutality in justice served been fighting for so long need back from day one we know he was innocent happened take down here tonight i wanted to taste victory that just wanted to pay according to opinion polls taken throughout the trial while an overwhelming majority of blocks in the US believed the famous footballer and actor was an innocent man victimized by whites and an equally significant proportion of white americans believe that simpson had in fact murdered his ex wife and ron goldman the OJ trial l. had been a stark reminder of racial divisions in the US so whether OJ was found guilty or innocent it would have meant huge segments of the country we're going to feel betrayed by the verdict someone had to lose outside the courthouse some of those who were unhappy with the verdict weren't shy about sharing their opinions a guy wearing a t shirt that read OJ is guilty wandered into the crowd and argued about the jury's decision he's he's a murderer he's guilty he raced didn't say shit more it is not a good man that's not right what he said what i attribute that from the start you could you believe anything that they takes kilter you know moving it had been done it's not it's not innocent but even baby when i didn't want rice that resentment boiled over when police finally announced that OJ had left the building it has been released today is here have gone the office in the whole time i was in the crowd i was filing reports back to my radio news station in toronto talking live on the air with talk show hosts there has been no other than the police talking to the public and a couple of times in the police did talk to the public buck people shouted angrily LAPD guilty LAPD guilty at one point the shift of officers that were manning sort of the the the street in this area last for their break in a new group came in and as they were leaving they were booed as they walked away mostly it has been people that support oh jay.
"oj simpson" Discussed on History of the 90s
"The crimes jakartans simpson would you please stand and face the jury this is robertson superior record of california county of los angeles in the matter of the people of state of california versus orenthal james simpson case number be as zero nine seven two one one where were you on october third nineteen ninety-five does that date ring a bell no well what if i told you it's when OJ OJ simpson was found not guilty of the murders of nicole brown simpson and ron goldman take a minute think back we the jury in the above left entitled action find the defendant or job orenthal james simpson not guilty of the crime of murder in violation of penal code section one eighty seven a a felony upon onto coal brown simpson a human being as charged in count one of the information do you remember that day now we the jury in the above entitled action find the defendant orenthal james simpson not guilty of the crime of murder in violation of penal code section one eighty seven a a felony upon ronald goldman a human being as charged in count two the information i can tell you where i was i was in los angeles sent there the night before by news director in toronto to cover one of the the most anticipated verdicts in history i'm catholic in zora and this is the history of the nineties a podcast about a decade that changed the world on this episode were digging deep into the archive of my previous podcast the history of nineteen ninety five to bring you the incredible title story of the OJ verdict the o. j. simpson trial captivated the world and the football hall of famer celebrity pitchman an actor stood accused of murdering his ex-wife nicole brown simpson and ron goldman their bodies had been found outside her condominium in the upscale los angeles neighborhood of brentwood their throats had been slashed rushed it's remembered as the trial of the century and for very good reason approximately one hundred million people around the world watched the court proceedings which lasted nine months and included over one hundred witnesses and nearly a thousand exhibits according to an article in entertainment weekly in nineteen ninety-five the world had followed every turn of the case so closely that the trial would permanently changed the news cycle and media patterns americans had never been so consumed by a single news story viewers viewers were switching from scripted television dramas and soap operas to watch months of trial developments the trial created some of the most intense early demand for the current twenty four hour news cycle and it's so the seeds for the reality television boom to follow it was a trial filled with iconic moments like the testimony of OJ's house guest kato kaelin and the moment when OJ simpson tried on that bloody leather glove found on the scene this led to simpson's defense lawyer johnnie cochran saying the infamous line if it doesn't fit you must acquit considering the duration and magnitude of this trial everyone was caught off guard when the jury came back after only four hours of of deliberating and announced they had reached a verdict how could a case with that much at stake be resolved so quickly most had anticipated dissipated the jury would take between two to four weeks to reach a verdict the trial had involved more than forty five thousand pages of transcripts not to mention the very eric complex and confusing DNA evidence taken from blood found at the murder scene in simpson's bronco and on the walkway to simpson's house the the verdict had come down so fast that prosecutor marcia clark and defense lawyer johnnie cochran weren't even in the courthouse to allow everyone time to get back to court judge lance ito ruled the verdict would not be opened until the next morning at ten o'clock pacific time that batmans everyone had a chance to get ready and reporters like myself scrambled to book last minute flights to LA according to a time magazine article oakland nineteen ninety-five planes crammed with journalists departed from across the country all headed to LAX one time correspondent named occurs the OJ express by the next morning you could feel the strong police presence gathered outside the LA lake county courthouse were crowd was forming to wait for the verdict and around the country millions tuned into their televisions to watch the verdict read live if you weren't born in nineteen ninety-five or you're too young to remember it's kind of hard to grasp what a big deal this was but some of the numbers numbers from that day might help you understand the estimates are a bit scattered but according to a two thousand fourteen article in business insider somewhere between ninety ninety five million and one hundred fifty million people watched the verdict lie that seventy five percent of all adults in the US were watching long distance calls were down fifty eight percent during that half our electric consumption surged as americans use their TV's and if you you can believe it water usage decreased because people didn't go to the bathroom during the half hour of the live coverage trading volume dropped forty one percent on the new york stock exchange government meetings around the country were delayed and press conferences were postponed president bill clinton left the the oval office to watch the verdict his staff and supreme court justices hearing a case that day arrange to have notes passed to them so they could know what the verdict was as soon as it came down the nationally televised and racially charged trial had captivated the world and now everyone was waiting to see what would happen next los angeles police had initiated their emergency procedures as a precaution against possible rioting being the city and the entire nation was on edge because of what happened a few years earlier after the verdict in the rodney king case before we go any further i wanna tell you about another podcast you're gonna love grownups read things they wrote as kids is pretty much exactly exactly what it sounds like courageous adults share their good bad and sometimes awkward parts of growing up it's recorded live on stage stage in front of a room full of strangers you'll hear embarrassing diary entries angsty teenage poetry and some pretty weird short stories it's really like going on an emotional roller coaster a lot of it is really really funny some of it is sad too but all of it is very real it's an opportunity to reminisce and think about who you were when you were a kid stick around after the credits for a taste of dan meissner's grownups re things take us kids.
35 Years of Wrestlemania Book Review
"We're back with the WWE thirty five years of Wrestlemainia book by our Good Buddy Brian Shield and the we got this from the wonderful people over decay publishing so thank you very much for sending this to us because well this is well worth the read and the flip through and just to absorb all the knowledge because this gorgeous book covers thirty five years of Wrestlemainia. You have some gorgeous pictures in here. You have some gorgeous stories in here and you have lots of take her. There's so much undertaker in this book. I'm so happy the build up history to twenty they wanna know and then it skips the Johnson versus per year for some reason yeah twenty one and then they just stopped right there there. Never nothing else happened and that's it. That's the end of it right there if nothing else happened if you really if you read the book th-. There may be more maybe that maybe more yeah yeah no kidding. There's plenty. There's plenty more but now they can still be in denial over many years mile for the rest of her life. This has a some nice awesome pictures throughout the Bo- you get some nice little rhinos about every single match backstories on all the matches and how they came together for every single Russell in so we can pick them random muscle. Maybe you can find out about let's say just flipped to Russell Twenty six you you can learn about cody. Rhodes anywhere in deviancy. The attendance figures get the handled entire card. It's pretty cool. You get look at. Some of the tickets. were put out for events different. Thanks for everything. It's a really cool book. I mean you can say this metal books. They're always well put together the very they are very colorful. They stand out and the best of all they're. They're always always easy reads. They are because they have some wonderful writers over there. Decay say you'll go brian go but just to kind of give you the official the official little readout on this book it chronicles every match and key moments across wrestlemanias history history and it's you're up to date guide on to be action both in the ring and behind the scenes. That's pretty coal and you know it allows. Wb Feigns to re we live or in some cases discover the most exciting matches celebrity appearances and controversies in the Vince storied history the key matches of every wrestlemainia are explored in depth with spectacular full color photographs of unforgettable moments vital stats and quotes from WBZ superstars and you know get ready for the greatest spectacle in sports entertainment and that's it and as if that isn't enough ladies and gentlemen there's more now there's more oh my God there's more because as if a book about Wrestlemainia isn't great enough they happened to get a Ford from Mr Wrestlemainia himself the heartbreak kid Shawn Michaels. He has a little nice little few things to say about the greatest event in sports entertainment in this book as well which is pretty cool. PRU So have the book open. I'm on page sixty four eighty four. She's like I'm on page. Eighty four right and it's interesting you you mentioned trump right. There's a shot at him. In Razor Ramon in the missile Metro Russell mainly attendant here and they love the shot they took because knowing the match knowing how transpires is where Shawn's climbing up ladder and this moment moments before a full moon. Oh okay all right so it's like he's about to pull the pull on Sean and pulled down his tights and you see the full moon. You don't see the full moon here you know working prophecy the full moon it just one of those memories. Let's like Oh. I remember that spot what wait wait so for Wrestlemainia twelve okay they had. OJ Simpson's Bronco there yeah yeah yeah yeah it was it was a whole do between between gold us and Roddy Piper Hollywood match back on match. It started with the the the recreation of the chase. okay all right. y'All got you now. I just happened to see the White Bronco and I'm like wait C. C. You learn things you'll learn things reading this book so everybody should check this out. Go pick it up. It's available at all. You're fine. Local booksellers is everywhere. It's also available on Amazon. Dot Com as well so please go support this book support our friends at decay amd Brian Shields because you know he's an award winning author there and he deserves all the things because he's a super awesome guy and also support the team behind Brian 'cause they're super awesome people's well. We can't forget the writing staff to and the designers and everybody else that that made this book possible so thank you very much everybody that was involved in this book because it's fabulous is also book as she said go check it out also got her mentioned the Miller. He's the author of this book. Go check him out on social. Go Check Brian Shields out on social. Tell Me Love the bug. Tell me about the book show pictures holding up the book saying. Hey I've bought it tangled in the photos and all that fun stuff going. Tell them we sent you. We send you as well but are in advance. If anybody actually does it that'd be awesome if like everybody that her that did that and they're Schwimmer's blew up and they're like wait. What what the racks sent them. Wha Anyway so yeah go out the book right now. All fine books was everywhere her for us.
After Epstein's death, some criminal and civil cases could still continue
"Despite the death of accused sex trafficker Jeffrey abstain the civil cases against him will go on CBS's Danielle wall talked about the case is going forward with attorney Ron Herman prosecutors have made it clear that their investigation into absence alleged trafficking ring will live on and if they file criminal charges against abstains associates he could be links to those cases as a deceased co conspirator and even in death victims could file civil lawsuits against obscene receiving money from his massive estate Herman expects those cases to move forward so there will be most likely suits against as a state if you kind of think about it sometimes the OJ Simpson case is a good example where he was found not guilty in a criminal court certainly found liable in a civil arranged so that standard is different and that's certainly something similar could
Next "American Crime Story" will be about Lewinsky scandal
"Season of FX's American crime story is going to cover the Bill Clinton Monica Lewinsky scandal a on the Monica Lewinsky is going to be a co producer on the project American crime story the previous seasons covered the OJ Simpson trial the Versace murders and this will start book smarts beanie field Steen as Lewinski Sarah Paulson is Linda Tripp we don't know who will play the Clintons as of yet a Lewinski says that she was convinced participate by Ryan Murphy the show's executive producer who told her nobody should tell your story but you and we will have this American crime story season debuting in September of
Clinton impeachment is FX's next 'American Crime Story,' with Monica Lewinsky as a producer
"The impeachment of former president Bill Clinton is getting the FX treatment from the team that brought you the award winning OJ Simpson many here Holmes impeachment American crime story hit a focus on the scandal involving Monica Lewinsky and former president Bill Clinton with Monica Lewinski actually serving as a producer and it'll drop on FX September twenty seventh twenty twenty right before the presidential election that's Jason Nathanson
Clinton impeachment is FX's next 'American Crime Story,' with Monica Lewinsky as a producer
"The impeachment of Bill Clinton is getting the FX treatments more from Jason is uncertain from the team that brought you the award winning OJ Simpson miniseries combs impeachment American crime story it'll focus on the scandal involving Monica Lewinsky and former president Bill Clinton with Monica Lewinsky actually serving as a producer and it'll drop on FX September twenty seventh twenty twenty right before the
"oj simpson" Discussed on Crippled Opinion
"Well anyway i dunno i just have mixed feelings about it i'm looking at a picture of him right now and let me just say it's really fricken eerie i dunno just the way he just the way he talks i really hope you guys get the look at this the way he talks the way he looks at the camera it's just like he's just ready to pounce like he's just ready to attack and i dunno to be clear i haven't seen like the people vs oj simpson or any sort of propaganda that might leave me one where another i'm looking at this with little information about the case 'em information i do have you know leads me to believe that he was guilty but that's not what we're talking about here were talking about how he just has this twinkle in his eyes that leads me to believe in safe in any way shape or form and you know the internet is a powerful tool so anybody can do anything they want with it and hunt people down so to speak but with that being said i wanna move onto another topic this a this past weekend i went to the movies and i saw toy story four which by the way was great if you haven't seen it you probably should 'em i get the feeling that this is pretty much wrapping up the series so if you've seen others in the series you might want to take a look at this one or consider going to see it at some point whether you see it in the theater and on of course it's up to you but it's definitely worth viewing if you've seen these others 'em but during my movie going experience.
"oj simpson" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"Is it possible that OJ Simpson is going back to prison in the morning the number one hit music station one of seven five please E. L. is it possible that OJ Simpson is.
This Accounts for 15% of Violent Crime in the U.S.
"It makes up fifteen percent of all violent crime yet often remain shrouded behind silence inside the dark world of domestic violence also known as private violence intimate terrorism Rachel Louise starters folks include fugitive dental moving story of people in pants and a borderless world of global trade in the novel what we've lost is nothing been the recipient of an overseas Press awards he's an associate professor at American University and the new book is no visible bruises what we don't know about domestic violence can kill us and it was recently awarded the J. Anthony Lukas work in progress award welcome Rachel how are you I'm great thank you so much for having me this is an absolutely chilling pork and in many cases women in preparing for their own deaths I was told to ask you first though on your tour right you but you had some experience with domestic violence or something the savage irony yeah well three weeks ago I came home and I to a phone call that one of my closest friends brothers had killed his wife family here and it lives near me my daughter is really close friends with one of their two daughters and yeah so I'm frontline in my personal life with their right now on it just been unbelievable well let me start with this then to this is been about a week ago the twenty fifth anniversary of the OJ Simpson murder case the time it appeared in a criminal way she's got away with murder and attacked the reputation of the victims have at how things change in your mind since that event in some ways they've changed a great deal I mean we didn't have a federal law against child abuse in this country until the nineteen eighty four just a decade before Nicole brown Simpson and Ron Goldman were killed so if you look at it if you if you look at that view of history we've made quite a lot of progress since then what tracking it now we have all kinds of training that are out there we learned a lot but there are so many examples in fact since twenty seventeen three Alan homicide rate in this country has gone up thirty three percent it feels very much like a step forward or step back if you're looking at it from my point of view I know if you know this so but I'll just do it quickly we've had a a woman right in the next town over New Canaan Jennifer Davalos who disappeared and her husband who she had moved away from in fear of hurt his blood was found mixed with hers in her house and he was seated night disposing with his girlfriend thirty garbage bags lawyer since has said that she wrote a five hundred page manuscript years ago and they they're calling it gone girl the chief frame she wants to frame her husband for her fake murder now what they've changed it to revenge suicide and they've said she was mentally ill and as you know used car went and this what do you think about this kind of stuff right about that because it's really shocking I mean you know the price Hogan right with the four o'clock five John two sets of twins and I have twins so yeah I have a daughter myself I I mean revenge suicide you're gonna leave your children otherwise you know to a woman who's been in their lives who has never shown any sign anything it's ridiculous but you know what I mean all of these things speak to a sort of cultural almost cultural appropriation women in this country you know even when we are credible we are to be believed to be discounted we are to be dismissed in whatever way we can and I think you know one of the reasons I think the plastic mount homicide rate has risen to twenty seventeen is a retaliatory violence against women in particular women's anger at and also I would conclude men men with young men who are allies of the women's rights and women's equality I think we are all angry about about this I think we're all angry in this moment
Is Anchor bypassing Apple Podcasts' approval process?
"Owned podcast host anchor is seemingly, bypassing the apple podcasts approval process, and this, that's their users post tests, and even illegal copyright material. Unchecked to apple podcasts and others. We've discovered you'll find a link to our report in our episode notes, and our newsletter today in other news NPR and Edison research have revealed. They're smart audio reports two thousand nineteen the data suggests that twenty one percent of American adults. That's fifty three million people own a smart speaker podcasts. Don't appear in the report, though, forty two percent claim to use their speaker at least once a week to listen to the news, there are now over seven hundred six thousand podcasts, according to blueberry, well, how many are still in production only about eighteen percent according to an article by amplify media heartache. This figures described as sobering in the article, but you might want to compare the figure with broadcast televisions in tarsha Jewell, where significantly less than eighteen percent of shows being broadcast still in production or a typical library, where many books being borrowed were released a long time ago, millennial podcast listeners outspent non listeners by up to one hundred seventy nine percent. That's according to a new report called a listeners about the power of UK podcasting from podcast strategists for DC cosmopolitan is launching its first branded podcast with Tinder, footballer broadcaster. Robber. And kidnapper OJ Simpson may be preparing a podcast, according to a show biz site advertising executives at Pandora are interviewed on video for variety. You should never put a radio ad on Pandora. They say Castro's Patrick, how is leaving the company after nine years of working on the well, reviewed Iowa. Podcast app. He's current role is being advertised along with others in the UK podcast measurement has challenges says digital in an article here, you know that feature and overcast that skips past silences in podcasts so far. It saved all of humanity a little over one thousand eight hundred ninety eight years, and that's before any savings from playing podcast. It increased speed to take into account that data from its developer. Marco Arment podcast player FM has given their IRS Eappen updates if you're publishing with lips into linked in you needs to reauthenticate t tales in our episode notes, and our newsletter today, along with some advice around Email marketing basics, should, you join podcast network, and how to persevere when podcasting gets tough. We have updated our podcast app user agents list to use data from a new open repository that you can help build. You'll find more details in our show. Notes and our newsletter. Finally, pull Spain was on the AM show in New Zealand the other day on three TV and magic talk radio talking about podcasting. We liked this bit, you'll favorite podcasts at the moment. I who pod news as one that I listened to most most days, that's more for people that are involved in an podcasting industry. Lock. I am what a bright man
O.J. Simpson's Twitter account threatens man with knife emoji
"OJ Simpson is still learning how to use Twitter. Apparently, he's now, threatening parody accounts telling people, he's going to find them and take care of them, and he sends the knife emoji. Yes. And this is like the New York pushers, you'll see it all over Twitter now he is aiming direct messaging account saying delete this, oh, your suffer the consequences, I will find, you know, that some accounts are just fake, like he he's just learning how to listen. Whatever OJ's doing right now continue. This is this is one hundred percent something that you see on the interstate with traffic. Yep. Powell up watch, I check every fifteen minutes just to see these thing dumping will he do? Now. Oh, it's crazy. And that's for
O.J. Simpson's White Bronco Police Chase: 25 Years Later
"Most people remember where they were when they saw on TV the infamous OJ Br. Bronco chasing, California, believe it or not, it's been twenty five years since the most infamous police pursuit in history. USA radio's Chris Barnes remembers now over ninety five million people are believed to have been watching the white Ford. Bronco lead police on a low speed chase through southern California on June seventeenth nineteen Ninety-four inside OJ Simpson at the wheel Simpson's friend, Al Cowlings, who was on the phone with police much of the time. And eventually O J himself to the phone talk that I just scared everybody on not gonna hurt. Anybody Simpson eventually surrenders to police, but in the end was acquitted of the murders of Nicole Brown. Simpson Enron Goldman, I'm Chris
O.J. Simpson Joins Twitter Days After 25th Anniversary of Nicole Brown Simpson Murder
"So there's a real OJ Simpson Twitter account surfaced over the weekend. And among some of the things he stayed. And he says he's got some things to straighten out. I started reading some of the comments he doesn't have a lot of fans supporting him out there, which I'm grateful for the people took to Twitter and we're commenting on the fact that he's a double murderer Kim, Goldman on Fox News channel, a lot of what Simpson has on this account is bizarre on sifting through it Simpson declares because apparently thinks there's this rumor out there, declares. He's not the father khloe Kardashian and he's got a little over half million followers. OJ wish them happy, fathers day. He's seventy one years old now. And of course, criminal court was acquitted of murdering Ron. And
O.J. Simpson Joins Twitter With 'A Little Getting Even To Do'
"He's back in the news OJ Simpson in the spotlight as he opens his own Twitter account and posts, a video Simpson now seventy one years old. Listen, who toward the world is Jewish truly. He says, I got a little getting even to do Simpson found not guilty in the murder of his ex-wife Nicole and her friend, Ron Goldman, the brutal murders June twelfth nineteen ninety four then the not guilty verdict twenty five years ago in Los Angeles Simpson. Found guilty in the civil trial. But never fully pays up thirty three point five million, then in two thousand seven Simpson arrested and found guilty by jury Nevada after taking part in an armed robbery to take some of his own memorabilia back read. All my thoughts on opinions, just about everything Simpson, who got out of prison back in October of two thousand seventeen says he is a lot to get off his chest. Should be a lot of fun. I got a little gin even to do so. God bless take
OJ Simpson, Nicole Brown Simpson And Ron Goldman discussed on Clark Howard
"OJ Simpson. Joining Twitter this weekend the same week marking the twenty fifth anniversary of the murders of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend, Ron Goldman. There's a lot of fake OJ accounts out there. So this was the only official one and those videos that he posted have gone,