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Originally posted by TheMythLives
Found this folks:
·· If the crime scene had been the horrific bloodbath described by media reports, why was it that such small amounts of blood were found in Simpson's Bronco?
·· ·If he had made his getaway from Nicole's condo and driven directly home to make certain he caught a scheduled late-night flight to Chicago, didn't it stand to reason that there would have been blood on the vehicle's gas pedal, brake or steering wheel?
·· ·Why, in the wall-to-wall beige carpeting inside Simpson's home, was there no blood left by a man who, just minutes earlier, had stabbed and killed two people?
·· ·In a limited time frame, how had he disposed of bloody clothing? And, assuming he'd done so, why would he have overlooked the pair of socks later found in his bedroom with a single droplet of blood on them? And what of the murder weapon?
·· ·Why, after what authorities assumed was a violent struggle with victim Goldman, did Simpson have no bruises or scratches except for a small cut on the knuckle of one finger? And if the finger had, in fact, been injured during the murders, why was it that there was no cut on either of the gloves Simpson was supposed to have worn?
And I have been looking for this picture for sometime and finally found it. look at jasons reaction when the verdict is in. Everyone else is jumping for joy, yet he just sits there staring away emotionless...
*Note, Jason is wearing the white suit and in the front row next to his family members.*
Actually, it looks like he's consoling the woman sitting next to him and usually when a man consoles a woman he keeps his emotions in check because it heightens the effect of his being a protector. You can't tell if anyone is guilty of anything by looking at them in a photo, people react differently. Take for instance, some people laugh uncontrollably when nervous, others look terrified, yet others you just can't tell that they are nervous at all. So case solved OJ is still guilty. Thread closed.
Originally posted by GorehoundLarry
I'm not for the death penalty once so ever.
However, OJ should've been hanged.
Originally posted by jkrog08
Of course this thread will stir up some emotions, that is expected. But what also is expected is members not trolling and trying to derail QUALITY THREADS, I am no mod but I think the everyone should just read what the OP says and make a CIVILIZED argument either for or against. Let us not ruin a thread that took a lot of work to make.