Like many of you, I am currently watching American Crime Story. It is fantastic if you're into legal drama, great actors and great production (John Singleton directed this weeks episode!!) This thread isn't about the show, however, go here for that. This thread is talk about the verdict. For those that do not know how it ends, do not read any further... major spoilers below and I'm not using a button! Legally speaking, O.J. is innocent of a double homicide. There are no doubts there. I think he is guilty regardless of the verdict thought. I am honestly astounded the guy got off and I do not know anybody who thinks he didn't do it. Everything points to him, particularly his track record of spousal abuse. I just figured with a crowd of this size there must be a handful of folks who think he is innocent. I was also quite young when the case went down so I do not have the same perspective those who were adults at the time would, I'm looking forward to hearing about it. I have learned a lot of little things by watching the show, such as the chase happening during the NBA finals. I have included carrot-themed options for good measure.