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Outrage: The Five Reasons Why O. J. Simpson Got Away with Murder

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  • Posted March 31, 2010

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    This book should have been called "Insanity"

    This book made me realize how fallible the criminal justice system is, which is really scary in a lot of ways. It's hard to be mad at OJ and the Dream Team after reading Bugliosi's account of what actually happened - if the LA District Attorney's office took a "lock tight, open and shut, somebody three days out of law school" case that even a novice attorney could try in their sleep, and bungle it to the point of no return; then the verdict they got is the verdict they deserved. It didn't take a PhD to figure out OJ was guilty as sin, but justice for Ron and Nicole seemed to be less important than posturing and putting on a good show for all the TV viewers. This should never have become entertainment, and anybody who has to rely on this justice system to be fair, and JUST, should be outraged and horrified to know that the rights and respect due to victims of violent crime can take a back seat to the public's "need to know" about the grooming habits and wardrobes of the key players in their case. At first I thought this book was one long RANT, but the sheer volume of errors - in different parts of the case, was mortifying. I found myself reading on just to see what went wrong next, exactly how many mistakes they could make before the case just folded in on itself; with no chance of ANY jury coming back with a guilty verdict.

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