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Dimwit Writes Article Asking If OJ Was Right About Not Being Nicole’s Murderer

Home - by - November 21, 2012 - 21:30 America/New_York - 19 Comments

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No, Jennifer. OJ is the killer.

I can give you a mountain of evidence if you need to see it.

Here is just one piece of evidence that “police frame-up” morons bought into:

-Killer lost his left glove during the murder.

-Killer dripped his own blood to his left while walking away from scene.

- OJ received a cut to his left knuckle the night of the murder.

- The blood was OJ’s, but according to Barry Scheck, this was easily explained:

The criminologist collected the REAL killer’s blood at the crime scene, but the samples stayed in a

hot truck which “erased” the killer’s blood collected on the bindles. When the bindles lay exposed on the counter at the testing facility, OJ’s blood sample vial was opened and there was a spray of DNA that went in the air

and contaminated the voided bindles, making it seem as if OJ’s blood was collected at the scene.

Yes, folks, THIS WAS SCHECK’S TESTIMONY.

It was remarkably lucky for the police to decide that they should place false blood evidence at the scene that OJ unluckily fit, not even knowing if the guy they decided to frame was even in the country, let alone Brentwood.

Friggin idiots.

People who think OJ is innocent are Obama voters.

» 19 Comments

  1. Menderman

    November 21st, 2012

    this is a good example as to why I am against the death penalty. The system is flawed. Sometimes to the guilty’s benifit, sometimes to the innocents peril.

    and I just plain think it is wrong for a government to execute it’s people…

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  2. Menderman

    November 21st, 2012

    and it is against the law for the people to execute their government…

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  3. Jethro

    November 21st, 2012

    “People who think OJ is innocent are Obama voters.”
    You got that right!

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  4. Menderman

    November 21st, 2012

    I almost make an exception to my opposition to the death penalty when it comes to admitted child molesters…but I prefer jailhouse justice over 10 years in the relative comfort of death row.

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  5. Unruly Refugee

    November 21st, 2012

    Here’s a question you don’t want to answer: If you had a choice, who would you rather have for president of the U.S., 0bama or O.J.???

    Not much difference on the evil scale aside from the fact that oj has ruined fewer lives than barry has.

    Better question would be which one should hang first?

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  6. Tortillapete

    November 21st, 2012

    Fuck Obama and fuck Oj

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  7. BigFurHat

    November 21st, 2012

    I have “evolved” on the death penalty.
    I need DNA evidence or multiple credible eye witnesses, or multiple forensic pieces of evidence with a confession (like Son of Sam.)

    People I wouldn’t execute -
    Scott Peterson
    Hurricane Carter
    Mumia

    People I would -
    Colin Ferguson
    Major Hasan
    David Berkowitz

    As for child molesters, I’m not sure I would put them to death.
    I’d have to hear what your definition of child molestation is, and what the age of the child is.

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  8. or maybe

    November 21st, 2012

    It was OJ’s son.

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  9. Menderman

    November 21st, 2012

    An 18 year old has sex with a 15year old..no law broken…30 year old Teacher and 17 year old student, misdemeanor, gets fired.

    Shit like this:

    http://www.wcti12.com/news/Sheriff-Toddler-sexually-assualted-and-beaten-in-care-of-babysitter-at-time/-/13530444/17492458/-/9wisx4/-/index.html

    OFF WITH THEIR HEADS!!!

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  10. Unruly Refugee

    November 21st, 2012

    I believe in the death penalty for certain crimes but I also believe it would be better if all potential jurors had to spend a week locked up with criminals in jail before they make any judgements. Take my word for it, it will change your outlook on things.

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  11. moarkdave

    November 21st, 2012

    OJ – No question on his guilt. He was guilty and everyone (with a brain, i.e. racist) knew it.

    Who would I rather have for President, Barko or OJ? OJ in heart beat. Even being a murderer, I think he is a less flawed person than Barko is.

    Death Penalty, Depends on the crime and the evidence. A mass murderer that was caught on film with many eye witnesses deserves the death penalty, preferably with a short trial and one quick appeal. Child molesters and rapist — not in most circumstances. There are too many false claims out there that get proven later to be lies and were accusations made to ruin the man.

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  12. Unruly Refugee

    November 21st, 2012

    There is a documentary that has been out for a while on hundreds of people who have had charges dropped after spending years or decades in prison, thanks to new DNA technology. Proof that trial by jury is flawed. Lack of money to hire a good lawyer — i.e., one who is a better liar than the D.A. — has also put a lot of innocent people behind bars.

    O.J.’s team of lawyers bullshitted him right out of a stiff prison sentence. That’s what money will buy.

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  13. Wyatt, Insensitive Progressive Jerk

    November 21st, 2012

    O.J. was innocent. I was speaking with an acquaintance of a friend of my ex-roommate’s brother-in-law’s second cousin, and he said that at the time of the murders, O.J. was filming a top secret remake of the the fictitious Apollo moon landing originally made in 1969, but being updated to be politically correct. Although now I believe that they are now re-shooting the whole thing again to add Muslims on the moon.

    So the evidence is, indeed, irrefutable.

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  14. Wyatt, Insensitive Progressive Jerk

    November 21st, 2012

    Regarding hiring top flight (and expensive)lawyers to defend him, the defense team hired numerous jury consultants both before and after picking the jury to advise the defense lawyers on various strategies in picking the jurors, and in reading their body language during the trial. According to one account I read, the defense knew toward the end of the trial that at a minimum, they had a hung jury and the only question was whether or not they could get the votes for a not guilty.

    Although I kind of like my other theory better.

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  15. Piker

    November 21st, 2012

    I was working in Chicago with an award winning investigative reporter when the Nichole Brown Simpson/Goldman murders took place. If you will recall, Chicago was where OJ flew to the night of the murder and was questioned for the first time by the police. My boss is on a first name basis with the Chicago Police commissioner and we were privy to information that was relayed to him from the LA police dept. that never made the newspapers and Judge Ito wouldn’t allow to be entered into evidence. The information was related to the state of Simpson-Brown’s body and the very peculiar mutilations that occured post mortem. It was this evidence that convinced Nichole’s father that it was OJ that murdered his daughter. I think that if that evidence had been entered into court it may have convinced the jury of his guilt. I blame the judge for letting OJ walk.

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  16. Unruly Refugee

    November 21st, 2012

    Johnny Cochran is buried in the same cemetery as my grandmother. Before you start thinking about it, I think he’s in a box up on a wall so you would have to be a pretty good pisser or stand on somebody’s shoulders.

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  17. Rick

    November 22nd, 2012

    “O.J.’s team of lawyers bullshitted him right out of a stiff prison sentence. That’s what money will buy.”

    And he wound up with a stiffer sentence for stealing his own shit back. Don’t tell me Karma ain’t a bitch.

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  18. Patricia

    November 22nd, 2012

    Well, I dunno. Personally I think OJ is gulty because my cousin’s brother’s aunt’s sister was there and she hid in the bushes and saw the whole horrendous act. That’s good enough for me!

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  19. sTevo

    November 22nd, 2012

    The slow speed chase told me all I needed to know, and I am no behavioral psychologist.

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