The O.J Simpson trial was one of the most influential trials in the world. All around the United States people were constantly keeping up with what was going on in this trial. People had many different opinions. Most importantly O.J Simpson himself was charged for domestic violence of murdering his wife Nicole Brown Smith and Ronald Goldman.
O.J Simpson was born on July 9th, 1947 in San Francisco, California. He had a successful college football career at USC. He won a Heisman Trophy. He was a huge success in football. However, Simpson is now remembered for the murder trial of his wife Nicole Brown Smith and Ronald Goldman.
Kato Kaelin was one of O.J Simpson’s tenants, and lived on the property. Kato Kaelin was thrown into this trial, because while living on O.J Simpson’s property he would hear noises, and thumps in the house before the murder. Kaelin today, about 24 years after the murder say’s that Simpson is guilty for murdering Nicole and Ronald.
Kaelin became a minor celebrity after he testified the criminal trial in which Simpson was acquitted for. He is best known for describing the three thumps he heard from his guest house on Simpson’s estate, the night Nicole Brown Simpson and Goldman were killed. Kaelin also testified in the civil trial about the noises he heard saying “like someone falling back behind my
bedroom wall.” Kaelin was trying to say that Simpson made the noises when he bumped into the air conditioner behind Kaelins wall, while trying to jump over a fence to get back to his house after the killings. Kaelin was a struggling actor, who became an instant celebrity after his televised testimony. Testifying that he left Simpson s...
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...for Nicole. At this time people around the world did not know who had murdered Nicole and Ronald. As the trial got so into detail, was when it was obvious that Simpson had murdered both Nicole and Ronald.
At time of the murders Nicole Brown Simpson and O.J Simpson had 2 children Sydney Brooke Simpson and Justin Ryan Simpson. They were just little babies when this murder had happened. After the murder, Nicole’s parents had gotten custody of both children.
As of now O.J is in jail for another crime that he had committed and has 33 years in prison as of today. He is also as of now being charged for foreclosure on his house in Miami Florida, for not paying the morgage. But as seen today, O.J was charged guilty for the murders of both Nicole and Ronald. About 2 decades after the murder, today his children are doing great. They are all well fitted adults.
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