The show is basically outright saying OJ was obviously guilty but Johnny Cochran played the race card for a rich powerful black man who hated black people and didn't even identify as black. I guess he would just say it was smart and something he had to do to win. Did the public realize how corrupt he was at the time or this all didn't come out until later? My question was about the Bronco chase but after the screener's comment, I ad-libbed.
Do black people know the truth and just not care because "fuck the police? J.'s house to make it more black friendly he also cleared out Nicole's house so as not to remind the jury she was a mother and had children who will never see her again. Same way he told his daughters never to use the n word but wants to use it in court as much as possible no matter how much it prejudices the jury. I guess he must have kept it all under wraps to win but I'm surprised he didn't lose his license over some of this stuff. I asked "Why didn't the prosecution bring up the Bronco chase since it was such an obvious admission of guilt and do you think race relations will ever be the same in LA".
Theer's a site that says the prosecutor didn't drop in the courtroom- he was having health issues and was pulled. Ito heard her out but refused to comply with Clark's request and the tour was carried out.[quote] Cochran says he didn't stage O. Those of you who are saying that Cochran was corrupt and evil have no idea what normal defense lawyers do. Do people think he and Nicole were dating, or is it possible he really was just bringing round Nicole's mother's glasses?
Or what top defense lawyers do - it's all about twisting and manipulating the jury's opinions. J.'s house was make the defense remove a picture of O. and his mom that was next to his bed, as Ito said it hadn't been there. If it's the latter, it has to be among the most extreme instances of being in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Nobody's ever shown that Goldman wasn't just at the wrong place at the wrong time, the poor sap.
And yeah, the TV show script does seem to be written by people who believe that OJ was guilty, but then almost everyone does.
It's not hard to see how much the LAPD fucked up the prosecution's argument.
How scary is that to know that some of these people were bigots? For Christ's sake, he was in the courtroom when the verdict was read. His daughter, Domini QUE Dunne was murdered in 1982. Interestingly, the real life Dunne was about 25 years younger during the trail than Morse is now. I think the depiction in the show is very inaccurate, as it just appeared that Marcia noticed and was all "La dee dah, can you imagine? I haven't read all of the other threads, but am I the only person losing interest in this show.[quote][R28] - Did you graduate from elementary school? I remember it as common knowledge that Cochran staged the house. When I saw Robert Morse was playing Dunne I was delighted. Dunne looked and acted much older than his 60 years, so it works very well.[quote]Cochran says he didn't stage O. Marcia Clark on The View said the house had been totally redecorated to remove all the white people (meaning ALL the photos). The first episode was okay, but I've just watched the third and it's not keeping my interest. The insertion of the Karadashians is really annoying and laughable especially Robert's lecture about "Fame meaning nothing without a virtuous heart" bullshit.I believe the Morally Corrupt Faye Resnick said both that Nicole thought she and Faye should have a threesome with Ron and that Ron was gay.[quote]And yeah, the TV show script does seem to be written by people who believe that OJ was guilty, but then almost everyone does.Well, it seems like several of his defense attorneys thought he was guilty...TMZ did confirm today that A) Cochran did have that episode of being pulled over by the cops B) Mark Fuhrman's involvement/interest in Nazism did come up during the case.Also, in 1996, Harvey confirmed that there was a bar in west LA that had a Nazi themed party and over a dozen LAPD members were there joining in.