No, I wasn’t there and I’m not the one claiming I know exactly what happened. You are. The DNA? OK, but it was all but unrefuted that there was cross contamination (i.e. mixing of blood samples) on the evidence. At worst, reasonable doubt. The bloody glove? Is this the same glove that didn’t have OJ’s blood on there in spite of a cut finger — allegedly cut at the crime scene? Plus it didn’t fit when he tried them on, and blood doesn’t shrink gloves, I’m sorry to say. Sweat doesn’t even shrink them. His background of extreme violence? Specifically what? Are you seriously resting your assurance of his guilt on this?
I have no idea what happened, but if he was as guilty as you say he was, this was a screw up big time by a set of keystone cops and prosecutors to match. They cared more about their reputation in being the people that put a celebrity behind bars then they cared about justice. This case screamed for reasonable doubt.
“Is this the same glove that didnt have OJs blood on there in spite of a cut finger allegedly cut at the crime scene? Plus it didnt fit when he tried them on, and blood doesnt shrink gloves, Im sorry to say. Sweat doesnt even shrink them.”
I hate to keep pounding on this topic, but anyone who still thinks OJ was innocent is kidding himself. Even OJ as much as admitted his guilt when he “authored” that book about “If I Had Done It” or whatever it was called.
The glove excuse is just plain stupid: OJ, in the courtroom (please look at the tapes), put on surgical gloves before he tried the glove on. And his attorney buddy had told him to stay off his arthritis meds for a week or so, so his joints would swell up . . . swollen joints + surgical gloves = glove wouldn’t fit. Even OJ was surprised when it didn’t fit.
Enough of this . . . he was guilty as hell and was exonerated by a bunch of morons. I lost all faith in the jury system during that trial . . . same as with Michael The Molester Jackson trial. TAH!