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How can he live with himself knowing what he did?


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In his mind the murders was justified.

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His children were upstairs during the whole time.

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What's your point?


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That you would have to be an evil SOB to slaughter the mother of your two children a mere feet away. He hasn't really suffered any real punishment over this. Check out his twitter page. He's living the lavish life. The funny thing is, he is somewhat revered by the public.

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He is evil and psychotic

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What???!! I thought he was still in jail? Ugh. Disgusting!

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He's been out for a long time now. He's living da life.

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That's a shame :( Disgusting the way people still love him.

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He's a psychopath. They have no problems with any of it.

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CUT THE GUY SOME SLACK...NO,HE HASNT CAUGHT THE KILLERS YET...BUT THE DUDE IS TRYING!🤔

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"Cut" the guy some slack. Heh.

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Naked Gun 33 1/3 wasn't that bad. I don't see how he would have a hard time living with it.

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Lol

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How can you live with yourself knowing the things you did?
Must be awful, crippling, to know all your sins are made public and you have to pay for them.

I don't give OJ a free pass, but when people want to jump all over him like they are Saints and he is a Sinner, I have to shake my head and wonder what is wrong with people these days,
Sure he may have committed an unforgivable crime, but we should remember that every soul is a remarkable unique thing in the universe, and we don't discard them recklessly like trash on the road.
I have no interest in OJ, but I don't like people piling on just because of "virtue signalling."

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"I have no interest in OJ, but I don't like people piling on just because of "virtue signalling.""

And yet here you are...

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Ok. This wasn't shoplifting or petty thief. You're making it sound like he got drunk and crashed his parent's car. This was savage, cold-blooded murder! Of his children's mother while they were sleeping upstairs.

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HERTZ commercials?

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lol

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wink

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I bet that was the last thing Ron and Nicole said to OJ: "It HERTZ!".

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lol!

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As several people have said, he thinks he was justified in killing the mother of his children.

One of the reason there's a high murder and attempted murder rate associated with domestic violence is that so many people think that they're justified in killing a domestic partner for percieved offenses within the relationship, such as trying to escape with their lives or finding a new partner who doesn't batter or threaten murder, or breathing without permission or whatever. This was such a murder, he thought he owned poor Nicole, and he killed her when she left and wouldn't come back, and generally refused to admit that she was his possession rather than a human being.

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Yep. They say the most dangerous time for a battered woman is once they leave the relationship. More likely to be killed.

Her head was nearly decapitated. This was a personal killing. Not some "mob hit" over drugs.

Ron was simply at the wrong place and wrong time. Likely what happened is OJ saw them together and flew into a jealous rage.

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Yep!

He probably feels no guilt over it, because he thinks of the murder as getting revenge for being humiliated by a woman.

Nicole's children have my deepest sympathy. We know what he's put them through in the public sphere, in private it's going to be infinitely worse. It always is, with the children of narcissists.

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It was indeed an absolutely viscous & violent fight that took place and among MANY other problems of the "O.J. did it" narrative, the fact that he didn't have a single bruise on his body when the victims, Goldman in particular, was established as having viscously fought back and struck his attacker(s) numerous times makes it virtually impossible. O.J. would have to be super human to logistically pull that off. Both Goldman & Kidman had some very nefarious mob associations. Nicole with her drug contacts & Goldman who worked at the infamous Mezzaluna restaurant (Which Nicole also frequented) which was a known mob/drug spot connected to multiple other deaths of around that time. Nicole's sister was even dating a mafia hitman. So I believe it was most likely drug/mob connected. I even find the Jason Simpson theory to be more compelling than the "mainstream" narrative.

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OJ did have that cut on his finger. How do you explain his blood being at the scene? Also, Ron and Nicole's blood at his house & car?

OJ did have knife training not long before the murders because he was filming for "Frogmen", a group of Navy seals. There was even one scene where he held a knife to a woman's throat. So, it's not illogical to believe he can actually pull the murders off given the training he had. Not to mention, he was already in a rage from being shunned by the Brown family earlier that day and also his girlfriend had just broken up with him. With his state of mind, it's easy to see that he was MAD. They say people when they're in a rage, they gain super human strength.

A mob hit wouldn't be so messy with all that blood everywhere.

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"OJ did have that cut on his finger."

So a man commits an absolutely brutal double murder himself where there is evidence that the young and fit male victim fought all out for his life, having brutally punched and kicked his attacker(s) numerous times based on his badly bruised hands & knife marks on his shoe and all the killer gets is a small cut on his finger(that was explained to have been caused by verified broken glass in his hotel after his flight. Not to mention there was no corresponding cut on the conveniently placed glove that was found)and not a single bruise on his body.....? That sounds like a realistic amount of injuries a single killer with a knife would have received from such a brutal double murder? Trying to fit a square peg in a round hole to such a degree in order to make the narrative fit is just something I can't subscribe to. There's just no getting around it logistically, even accepting the idea that he was skilled with a knife(the evidence did in fact indicate that the killer(s) knew what they were doing).

"How do you explain his blood being at the scene?
Also, Ron and Nicole's blood at his house & car?"

The L.A.P.D. was very corrupt and was known for routinely planting evidence (especially on black suspects). Even honest people who still believe O.J. was guilty acknowledge that the corrupt police department, the poster boy in this case being lead detective & outed white supremacist/hardcore anti black racist with a history of (admitted) planting evidence, simply got caught framing a "guilty" man. There was a complete breakdown of the chain of of evidence with Furman and another cop carrying evidence blood samples around between crime scenes. They were simply so used to getting away with this crap against underprivileged (typically black) people who couldn't afford fair legal representation that they didn't even bother doing a very good job covering their tracks. A convenient EDTA laced drop of blood here, a drop of blood there is far more consistent with having been planted than a blood trail that was left behind by an assailant who would have been drenched from head to toe in the blood of the victims

"A mob hit wouldn't be so messy with all that blood everywhere."

Have you actually seen mob related crime scenes before? Bloodbaths are hardly a rarity. Also since it's generally believed that the killer(s) were targeting one of the victims, & was surprised by the other, the hectic blood bath makes perfect sense.

"They say people when they're in a rage, they gain super human strength."

Enhanced healing factor like Wolverine from Xmen as well apparently.


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With Booze and Drugs like everyone else.

Sir, this man doesn't care.

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