46 thoughts on “Let Me Ask You A Question – 2/11/17

  1. I remember standing at work (Circuit City) in front of the biggest screen we had on the floor with a group of people watching the verdict. You could have heard a pin drop in there. Everyone in that store shoppers and employees were standing there watching. I believed he was innocent then and was happy with the verdict.
    All these years later…I think he did it. His behavior since…has changed my mind.

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  2. I watched the OJ trial from begining to end. I started out thinking he did it. Day by day I watched the prosecution dig themselves into a deep hole. Shoddy police work and a brilliant attorney for the defense, money was no object. I don’t think the Prosecution team did their homework.
    It was a high profile case and it seemed to me that the police and Prosecuting Attorneys acted like they were on a weekly TV series and all of them wanted to be the star, which is sad when you think about it. The true answer for me, if I was on the jury and had the secret inclination that OJ was guilty, after listening to all the testimony I could not and would not have in good conscience found him guilty. Do I still think he did it? Yes but I could be wrong. I am not God and if I have doubt then I have to give the benefit of that doubt.
    I would like to ask you a question now if I may. Do you think OJ was guilty? ☺☺

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