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This article has an interesting comment by "oldlondonguy," which is one of the very first comments after the article:
Yes, he did.
I read this back several years ago and found it made some really good points. http://pages.infinit.net/reparvit/nicole12.html
Now the fact that he got thrown in prison for the whole trying to get his property back thing; I feel that he probably wasn't really in the wrong, but got put in as payback for getting away with Nicole and Ron Goldman.
Still, he was a hell of a football player.
I don't believe anything either newspaper says.. My intuition tells me that O.J. killed his wife. I also feel that Kato knew more than he said, but was afraid for his life.
Wow! Someone really did there research there. I think with better attorneys involved on the prosecuting side he would have been sentenced. How could the jury ignore so much evidence. Did it all come down to that stupid glove? And that highway chase was one of the craziest things I have ever seen. If that doesn't scream "I'm Guilty!" I don't know what does. I am glad he is in prison. He murdered a very beautiful woman who was already abused and frightened of him. He was a jealous and possessive man who had the same mindset of many abusers, which is, "If I can't have her then nobody can." Really sad.
Of course he did it. The fact that no-one has bothered investigating who the "real killer" was says it all. The cops know he did it, the families know, the public knows. Sadly the cops and the prosecutors were idiots and they screwed themselves.
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True that! At least he is prison where he belongs. For now, anyway.