O.J. Simpson Trial
The O.J. Simpson trial was one of the most recognizable cases in American History. It went on for 9 months. At 12:10 am on June 13, 1994, Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ronald Goldman were found murdered right outside of Bundy drive condo in Brentwood. Evidence found in the scene led the Police to suspect that O.J. Simpson was the murderer. Although the prosecution pointed to the evidence of the case Simpson lawyers argued that the police bungle the investigation and planted evidence. An examination of the case is that one of the policemen was racist and planted evidence in the scene to accuse O.J. Simpson of being the murderer.
“Exactly what happened sometime after ten o'clock on the Sunday night of June 12, 1994 is still disputed, but most likely a single male came through the back entrance of Nicole Brown Simpson's condominium on Bundy Drive in the prestigious Brentwood area of Los Angeles. In a small, nearly enclosed area near the front gate, the man brutally slashed Nicole, almost severing her neck from her body. Then he struggled with and repeatedly--about thirty times--stabbed Ronald Goldman. Ronald Goldman was a twenty-five-year-old acquaintance of Nicoles, who had come to her condominium to return a pair of sunglasses that her mother had left earlier that evening at the Mezzaluna restaurant.” (Linder) O.J Simpson meanwhile, was on his way to Chicago in a plane. When he got there for a Convention of the Hertz rental car company he got a call early in the morning at the O'Hare Plaza Hotel in Chicago about his Ex-wife being murdered Simpson didn’t ask them how, when, or who even did that to her. Simpson took the next flight to Los Angeles, not knowing to find a full scale police investigation at his home. Police tape surrounded his whole house and cardboard tags that marked the bloodstains on his driveway. The policemen question O.J for about an hour that day when he arrived at his home. They question the deep...
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