O. J. Simpson: A Cold Blooded Killer

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O.J Simpson: A Cold Blooded Killer On June 12th, 1994, at around 10:15 p.m., Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman were brutally murdered. There is no doubt that their killer was none other than Nicole Brown Simpson's ex-husband, former football great and media personality O. J. Simpson. There is an unbelievable amount of evidence pointing to O.J., from blood in his car, to his footprints at Nicole’s condominium on Bundy Drive. If anyone other than Simpson committed this crime, it would probably be the greatest framing in the history of civilized courts. The only thing that remains a mystery is how in the world Orenthal James Simpson is still a free man. Precisely what happened sometime after ten o'clock on the Sunday night of June…show more content…
With the help of a pedestrian found him riding in the back of a friend’s white Bronco. Nearly instantaneously more than a dozen police cars and news helicopters were on the most famous slow-speed police chase in history. Police bargained with Simpson, and persuaded him to come to a stop outside of his house, where it was discovered Simpson was carrying $8,750 in cash, a false beard and mustache, a fully loaded .357 pistol, and a passport. This is very unusual behavior for a man who had nothing to hide, isn’t it? In the following months evidence would be collected that could only lead to one person committing the murders, O.J. Simpson. Nearly eight months later, O.J Simpson was on trial for the killings of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman. O.J pleaded “Absolutely one hundred percent not guilty” (Linder 4). The prosecution’s opening statement was a phone call Nicole had made to 911, while they were still married, fearing that Simpson was going to harm her. O.J. could be heard yelling in the background of the tape. Many witnesses believed that O.J. was abusive towards Nicole during their…show more content…
Simpson did not even testify at his criminal trial, defense attorneys will almost always call their client to the stand if they believe him/her to be innocent. Simpson’s defense was always careful to state that “The jury did the right thing” after Simpson’s not guilty verdict. Not one of them ever stated that Simpson was innocent. “The jury also was not allowed to hear testimony concerning Simpson’s rumored “jailhouse confession” to Rosie Gardner” (Linder 3). Another big thing is that no evidence has ever surfaced that anyone other than Simpson was the killer of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron

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