Got a question for OJ?
July 19, 2000 12:01 AM   Subscribe

Got a question for OJ? Duhhhhhh. Hello. Hey OJ. Did you do it? Heh heh.
posted by davewiner (8 comments total)
Why do they have that sports score ticker? Here's the best part of the site:

That OJ was awarded the Heisman Trophy in 1968?

That OJ was the NFL's leading rusher in 1972?"

That OJ killed his wife?

posted by Outlawyr at 7:30 AM on July 19, 2000

Why is it that every time I try to click on the link, I am referred to
posted by 120degrees at 9:39 AM on July 19, 2000

These Oj jokes are so old!
posted by FAB4GIRL at 10:03 AM on July 19, 2000

posted by Eric_Reid at 2:47 PM on July 19, 2000

Just one Question lingers on - How did he not keep the Pure White Carpeting in his house Blood-Stain Free! Not one drop of Blood including the "planted Blood" by the L.A.P.D. I mean "blood" had to Fly and he's back in his home in 5 Minutes!
posted by Almac at 5:02 PM on July 19, 2000

"Hey O.J....would you ever consider dating Lorena Bobbitt???"
posted by CyberPal at 1:53 AM on July 20, 2000

"Hey OJ, isn't it funny that in this country you are no longer innocent until proven guilty?"

The media tried and convicted him months before the trial was over. I mean, yeah, he did it. Of course he did it. It's the principle of the thing though. He didn't get a fair trial.
posted by ZachsMind at 1:59 PM on July 20, 2000

Read "Outrage" by the former LA County DA... but make sure you also read "Reasonable Doubts" by Allen Dershowitz... which makes the provocative suggestion that the biggest mistake the prosecution made was moving downtown.

He suggests that they jury may well have thought Simpson did it... but engaged in jury nullification, returning a Not Guilty to punish the LAPD for lying in court. The reason, he suggests, that moving was a mistake was because this left Simpson with a mostly black jury -- who had no problem believing that cops would lie in court because that was part of their life experience... where a mostly white jury wouldn't believe that.

[C'mon Sudama; I'm ready for you. :-)]
posted by baylink at 9:44 PM on July 21, 2000

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