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originally posted by: raymundoko
a reply to: intrptr
If it didn't fit, you must acquit.
originally posted by: MountainLaurel
a reply to: Boadicea
I also saw that show that made a pretty good case for how it could have been OJ's son. It would explain the blood evidence if OJ's son called him after the murders and OJ went to him and tried to protect him. There was definitely something odd going on between Nicole and the son and he was mentally disturbed.
Would OJ have taken the "wrap" for his kid...IDK ? He was pretty convincing that HE didn't do it, and maybe he felt because he actually didn't do it, he would get off, which he did. I'm not sure what lengths a parent might go to to protect their child.
However if this is the case, his repugnant behavior calling on the police to find the "real killer", knowing full well who the real killer was, showed he is as mentally ill as his kid.
the case cannot be retried due to valid legal protections under the law. but the knife can tell the public what really happened if it is related at all.
originally posted by: xizd1
Chain of evidence will make it difficult to admit in court.
originally posted by: Restricted
Double jeopardy only means they can't use the same evidence they used in the first trial to convict in the second trial, if there is one.
The prosecution believes that Simpson stashed bloody clothes and a knife inside a small knapsack he carried out of his house. The bag wasn't seen again when Simpson checked his luggage at the airport. The suspicion is that Simpson stuffed the knapsack inside a larger bag.