Friday, March 04, 2016

Back To The Brentwood!

The infamous smirk on O.J. Simpson.

The junk food media is returned back to Brentwood, Los Angeles for the speculation.

A man turned over a knife to the Los Angeles Police Department. That knife was located on the old property of a former football star who was acquitted of murder.

Many believe that the knife could be the murder weapon used in the 1994 murder of Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman.

The development conjured up a cast of characters from the trial that gripped the nation's attention in the mid-1990s: Remember the televised slow-speed chase of O.J. Simpson in the white Bronco? His all-star legal team? The glove that did not fit? Judge Lance Ito?

And who can forget the ongoing crusade of Goldman's outraged family against Simpson, who is now imprisoned in Nevada for armed robbery and kidnapping in a separate case.

Emotions still burn fiercely about the case and its underlying issues that sound remarkably familiar today: race, justice and policing in America.

The O.J. Simpson murder trial was one of the biggest tabloid courtroom drama in American history.
Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman were found stabbed to death and the murder weapon was never found.
Simpson, a former NFL football player/actor/media mogul who was accused of murdering his estranged wife and her friend.

Simpson was found not guilty in the murder of Nicole and Ron. That case divided among racial and political lines. Many in the Black community at the time believe that O.J. was being railroaded by a White jury.

Whites believed that O.J. used his fame and his high profile attorneys to buy his way out of murder.

Robert Shapiro, Robert Kardashian, Alan Dershowitz, Johnnie Cochran and F. Lee Bailey became household names. Kardashian's celebrity gave way to his ex-wife Kris. Of course the Kardashian name comes well with the main act Kim Kardashian-West. It also gave celebrity to sisters Khloe, Courtney, brother Rob and their half sisters Kendall and Kylie Jenner.

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