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Did OJ do it?

Discussion in 'The NF Café' started by Killa Cam, Dec 4, 2005.

Did OJ commit them murders?

  1. No he hasn't killed anybody

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  2. He did it.

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  1. Killa Cam

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    Simple question..
     
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  2. MF NaruSimpson

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    I ain't sayin nothing cept "if it doesn't fit, you must aquit"!
     
  3. Haruka

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    Picture credits to Nybs. :)
     
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    Yup, he was fighting back a grin when he wasnt guilty.

    Qoute from chris rock ''what oj did was wrong...... but i understand.

    The irony of it though is it the first time in america when a black person wasn't found guilty and this guy actually did it.
     
  5. MF NaruSimpson

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    yeah all it took was millions and millions of dollars , all his possesions, any normal life after wards. Freedom : priceless
     
  6. Kyuubi Naruto

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    Yeah :laugh

    A white person got the same treatment too. In the 80s there was this white guy that killed 5 black kids in a subway and they knew it. He even said he did it. However he wasnt guilty and was set free. Amazing.

    So yeah a black guy and a white guy got away with murder.
     
  7. earthshine

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    I actually saw him do it, but there is no way in hell I would snitch on juice
     
  8. Id

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    You now he did it.
     
  9. Archssor

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    I dunno, I honestly don't care. :p
     
  10. Yondaime the Hokage

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    Nah, I mean its not like DNA evidence really means anything.
     
  12. General Shino

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    We have to find the real killer guys!
     
  13. Keramachi

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    Heh, yeah.

    That said, OJ did it. DNA and his expression in court prove it.
     
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    According to law he is innocent. :/
     
  15. Haruka

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    Nope. It's not that important.
     
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    Him?!.....:omg Yikes. So many things I didn't know about this case.:amazed
     
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    OJ did it! OJ did it! Everybody sing it with me! OJ did it!
     
  18. MF NaruSimpson

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    well, if you look at enough case studies of DNA tampering and evidence tampering , you guys would know learn that criminal investigations are frightening!

    There's alot of ways cops can manipulate crime scenes and evidence, even scent dogs and DNA, so that the person they pick to be the criminal is found guilty.

    Trust me ,you don't want to be at the wrong end of evidence tampering, doesn't matter who you are.

    Btw, Robert Blake
     
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    This all happened when I was like...9 years old, so I don't really remember, nor do I care to look back and remember. I'm going to give the law the benefit of the doubt, and say he's innocent. There's really nothing more to do about it, is there?

    The thing that DOES kinda irk me about it, though, is the fact that he was all, "I'll make it my life's work to find out who killed my ex wife!" So what the fuck has he done about it?
     
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    Personally i don't know enough about the trial and the case to actually give a proper oppinion on it. So i don't know if he is guilty or not but i doubt even if he was any court would convict him considering how famous he was and the lawyers he could afford
     
  21. MF NaruSimpson

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    yeah, i think he hasn't done anything, whatever ,not really his job.

    What aggravates me is they both he and blake both lost civil cases, and all there money that way. How can u be tried twice? But that's another topic
     
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    Well id rather let a guilty man go then put a innocent man in jail or give him the death penatly. -_-

    This case has been decided and he is not guilty no matter how much you would like to disagree. I guess you can always preform your own method of justice and kill OJ.
     
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    Dna is a thing of the past, it's all about money now >.>
     
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    What are you talking about?

    This has been around since money and bribery was created!
     
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    ...yeah he did it.
     
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    DNA means nothing! That DNA is a tool of the white man to keep us down!

    But no seriously, it shows how silly political correctness and racial politics allows criminals to go free.
     
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    two words: robert blake
     
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    Vincent Bugliosi -- "Outrage". It is a powerful book.
     
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    The Hunt Continues

     
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    One of my traffic school teachers was actually a reputable lawyer who worked on the OJ case. I don't remember the specifics, but he convinced me that OJ was innocent. Before that day, I thought he was guilty.
     
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