Oj Simpson Analysis

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All evidence recovered at the crime scene leads to one person: Mr. O.J. Simpson. To begin, O.J. Simpson was in a broken relationship with Nicole Brown Simpson. In O.J. Simpson's book, he wrote, “...but to shake her up so badly that she'd finally start trying to get her shit together. The girl was an accident waiting to happen” (Simpson 135). These are certainly not the words of someone who is engaged in a loving relationship. There was a history of violence between the couple. Brown Simpson made multiple 9-1-1 calls on countless occasions regarding O.J. Simpson (Linder) and they had violent altercations as well (Simpson 133). All of O.J Simpson’s past anger came to a head and culminated on June, 12 1994. On that night in Brentwood, the two murders were committed by a heartless individual who had no remorse for his victims. The scene outside Nicole's apartment was gruesome to say the least. Goldman and Brown Simpson’s blood covered the once cement-colored sidewalk. The investigators found multiple pieces of evidence at the crime scene. Most of the evidence leads directly to O.J. as the perpetrator of the two murders. Detectives collected and examined hair, blood, and small fibers (Linder). Other incriminating evidence at the site included a bloody glove and multiple shoe impressions that match the ones found in O.J. Simpson’s white Ford Bronco…show more content…
Simpson was found not guilty of the criminal charges of murder. The results were broadcasted live and transfixed the public. Simpson’s “Dream Team” of defense attorneys including Robert Kardashian and Johnnie Cochran helped O.J. Simpson defeat the powerful prosecutor Marcia Clark (ABC News). After her defeat, Clark released this statement: "I felt like I'd let everyone down. The Goldmans. The Browns. My team. The country" (ABC News). She and everybody knew that O.J. Simpson was the killer, but she was unable to prove it. The result came as a shock to the
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