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OJ Simpson innocent?

Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by tastybasslines, Nov 20, 2012.

  1. tastybasslines

    tastybasslines I'll hump your leg Supporting Member

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    http://abclocal.go.com/wls/story?section=news/national_world&id=8892775

    I have seen several articles about this now. Glenn Rogers, who was hired by OJ Simpson to steal a pair of 20,000 dollar earrings admitted to killing Nicole Simpson. He has been interviewed multiple times by detectives who seemed convinced that he could have possibly done it. He knew intimate details of the crime scene that no one else could possibly know, seemingly.

    I'm not sure that I buy it, but it is certainly very interesting...
  2. Misfit

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    I don't buy it.
  3. jasper383

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  4. Jim Nazium

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    No way. OJ's DNA was at the crime scene. The victims' DNA was in his car. He had a history of violent, abusive behavior toward her. He did it.
  5. Phil Smith

    Phil Smith Mr Sumisu 2 U Supporting Member

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    You should have helped the prosecution out. :D
  6. bassinplace

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    How many times has an innocent person fled from the police? None. Zero, nada, zip. Including OJ Simpson.
  7. Phil Smith

    Phil Smith Mr Sumisu 2 U Supporting Member

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    Nobody is truly innocent, so I guess you're right. :D
  8. bassinplace

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    :D

  9. C.Linton

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    Not buying it either for pretty much all the reasons mentioned so far. I was willing to give OJ the benefit of the doubt right up until the chase.
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    Everybody is guilty of something. -- Edwin Meese
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    Innocent people do flee from the police.

    It is not out of the ordinary for a innocent person to run or attempt to run from the law.


    People need to stop believing every thing they see in the movies.
  12. JAUQO III-X

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    He should have been the prosecution :)
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    "Sold my niece to Edwin Meese And I wonder what life's about." - Dead Milkmen
  14. spector_boogie

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    man, they sure are going to great lengths to "prove" his "innocence" when he wasn't convicted in the first place......... :oops: :oops: ;) ;)
  15. AaronMB

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    OJ who? lol...It's been so long there's a generation (or two?) that probably doesn't even know who this guy is. This is, was, and still should be, old news: someone is probably trying to write/sell [another] book, write a script, or otherwise make some public statement to get some attention for whatever "product for profit" is going to surface next. $$$
  16. 1958Bassman

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    Completely innocent, or innocent of what they thought the runner was guilty of? I'm sure plenty of people who were guilty of something ran from police who were chasing someone else.

    Ever seen someone on Bad Boys or another real-life cop show who said "I was scared" when the cop asked why they ran?
  17. spector_boogie

    spector_boogie No Limit Honky Supporting Member

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    yeah, hard to believe it's been almost 20 years since that circus went on. it smelled of an "ID Channel" special from the onset to me. or, someone else taking claim for something they didn't do just to rack up another notch. pretty sure that's fairly common among repeat/serial killer types.
  18. Eric Perry

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    That's a silly statement. You know for a fact that no innocent person has ever fled from the police? Wow. You're incredible.

    Do me a favor and PM me the upcoming Powerball numbers, because you have intelligence and insight that has never been seen before. Plucking those numbers out of the abyss must be easy for you.


    :bag:
  19. C.Linton

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    Oh, yeah, it supposeldy happens all the time, people confessing to really heinous crimes they didn't commit just to get attention (or money).
  20. spector_boogie

    spector_boogie No Limit Honky Supporting Member

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    when they've been convicted already of other crimes and were/are already sentenced, yes, actually it is... :oops: especially when those cases are unsolved.

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