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After taking this book out I discovered she also writes fiction novels which I’m looking forward to checking out. One who was tortured for years previously and one who was barely acknowledged in any of this because he wasn’t part of the circus.
As you can see, this book angered, frustrated dsa upset me really. After almost 20 years, the fascinating cast of characters remains: I don’t remember it all vividly, but I think a lot of us remember where we were when that verdict was read. Jul 17, Marsha Belflower rated it really liked it.
I hope he’s really, really miserable. She holds nothing back, the wins, the losses and the raw emotions and relationships. In reading this I was horrified at the abuse Nicole Brown suffered at the hands of this man.
And my heart aches when I think of how pay-tc, Chris, the rest of the team, the families of Nicole and Ron, and the majority of the world must have felt when that verdict came in after only two hours of deliberation by the jury. It is these, the true legal trials that saw money trump justice, that get to me; where the spotlight overtakes the law of the land.
I didn’t ioffizielle a jury to not care about domestic violence. Her emotions are very obviously raw as she retells the story of the O. After her in famous time in the headlines and being beamed across televisions the world over, Clark took the time to put together this short piece to give her side of the story, a refreshing look at things for the interested reader.
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I’ve become very interested in the workings of the law after this Casey Anthony trial. Dec 14, Jarrod rated it it was amazing Shelves: Watched the trial on TV and didn’t really think about the real toll this case put on the prosecutors.
I almost feel sorry for them, but as a person, you do the right thing regardless of consequences. I was 17 when the OJ Simpson trial began.
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Big no-go for me: May 14, Jason Schneeberger rated it it was amazing. The lead prosecutor explains why.
She lives in Los Angeles. This book was really good. I would say this is worth a read if you are interested in th Growing up I had heard of OJ Simpson and vague references to a trial, having said that I was around 4 or 5 during the murders and trial so I had little knowledge on the subject. This book is compelling and enraging all at the same time. I mean, at some point the reader gets it. She decisively captures the atmosphere of tension in a post-race riot LA, but she refuses to let the reader forget that this case was about the brutal killing of two people – one of whom was a woman who was terrorised by the man she married.
The media, far more interested in stalking Marcia more so than any other member on the prosecution – or defence – team Officers went on domestic inoffiizelle calls and ended up joking around with OJ and then got his autograph and left her there to be beaten again. That woman is an inspiration. Dec 09, Mark Noonan rated it really liked it. I am a inofifzielle fan of this amazing person. No only did he do it, but he flaunted about getting off doing it. For many of us who were bombarded with the murder trial of OJ Simpson, and likewise blindsided by the acquittal, the lead prosecutor shares insight and detail into the trial that was never revealed by inlffizielle news media of the 90’s.
This book bych an interesting read for me, from the prosecutions side of the case sharing a lot of things that I think went unreported to my knowledge! Interestingly, OJ had already mixed with the white fraternity and had never been particularly outspoken or a proponent for racial equality but this case was adopted by Johnnie Cochrane, well known in circles of protection of and representation of black men and, thus, that’s how this case was fought.