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OJ This paper attempts to prove that OJ Simpson is guilty by giving evidence from both sides and statements made by witnesses On June 12 1994 two people were brutally killed Those two people were Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman Nicole was OJ Simpsons ex-wife OJ was arrested the next day and charged with double homicide OJ pled innocent to murder chargers against him and went to trial in criminal court The trial lasted a year and caused worldwide media excitement There was so much evidence against him it seemed almost impossible for him to be that hed be found innocent For example the famous bloody glove found behind the guest house was proven by DNA testing to have OJs blood and hair Nicoles blood and hair and Rons blood and hair DNA testing is 999 percent accurate Fibers were also found on the glove that came from OJs shirt and his BroncoTrudau 122 Other evidence included a bloody footprint which matched OJs shoes blood on OJs Bronco door on the console on the interior side of the door a bloody footprint in the Bronco bloody socks in OJs house OJs injured finger blood found at Nicoles condo that matched OJs and so onPosner64 The defense claimed that the evidence had been planted On June 30th Allen Wattenberg a knife store owner testified during the preliminary hearing that OJ bought a 14-inch Stiletto knife from his store On June 12 OJs limo driver arrived to drive OJ to the airport and saw a black man with the same build as OJ sprinting across the lawn towards OJs house Yet when OJ answered the door he said hed been nappingBiema 56 OJ also acted guilty he wrote a suicide note and led police on a chase through LA that ended at his Brentwood mansion
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