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Drive By: Dindu O.J. Simpson Admits To Murders While Laughing Like A Maniac

Simpson says he got angry at Ron —

presumably thinking he was there on a date with Nicole — and started screaming at him. Nicole came out, things got heated, she told O.J. to get the f*** off her property, and then he says Nicole fell and hurt herself. In fact, he swung the knife at her and hit her in the face with the blunt end.

Now the confession … Simpson loses the hypo and starts talking very clearly — undeniably — in first person, saying Ron got in a karate stance, O.J. responded, “You think you can kick my ass?” and then he says, “I remember I grabbed the knife.” O.J. eventually checks himself when he realizes he’s talking in first person and actually starts laughing … seriously.

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  • ghostsniper March 12, 2018, 2:40 PM

    Who’s OJ?

  • OneGuy March 12, 2018, 2:51 PM

    It makes sense that OJ did it. It is a simple answer to the mystery. But given the time line and the evidence he couldn’t have done it. Who ever did it was likely covered in blood. This was a bloody hands on murder. But the only blood found in OJ’s car, the one he was supposed to have driven away from the crime scene was according to the police less than a drop and it was OJ’s blood. OJ would have had to get home, get cleaned up, destroy the evidence or hide it and be ready to go on his flight. He didn’t have time to do it.

    So either he was a forensic genius who can bend time or it was someone else. Who? Nichole’s friend owed a drug dealer $10K and she was hiding from him sometimes at Nichole’s house. The drug dealer sent someone to kill her and they screwed up and killed Nichole and a witness.

    So why did OJ do this stupid interview? Because OJ was not smart enough to know better just as he was not smart enough to cover up all the evidence had there been any. He was so stupid he thought he could make a few bucks doing this and no one would actually think he killed someone. In fact OJ’s pure stupidity (which he has demonstrated numerous times) made him think, since he was innocent, that no one would actually think he did it. If you listen to all the interview the interviewer eagerly leads OJ into this stupid so-called confession and OJ in his total ignorance goes along with it.

    Yeah. I know! No one wants to believe he is innocent so everyone will disagree and try to argue that yes there was time and yes OJ was lucky and thus defeated the best forensic team ever assembled. But some Mexican national executioner killed them and beat feet back to Mexico probably still bloody as he drove back into Mexico.

  • FunkyPhD March 12, 2018, 3:52 PM

    OneGuy: both Nicole’s and OJ’s blood were found inside the Bronco, on the center console and steering wheel. The Rockingham glove had blood from all three (OJ, Nicole, and Ron Goldman), as did the glove found at Bundy. The socks found in OJ’s bedroom had both Nicole’s and OJ’s blood. See http://law2.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/Simpson/Dna.htm There was abundant blood evidence, DNA matched to the victims and OJ, as well as the bloody footprints at Bundy and in the Bronco that matched OJ’s size 12 Bruno Magli shoes. Why do you want to think OJ didn’t do it? He had motive, opportunity, and a record of rage against Nicole.

  • edaddy March 12, 2018, 7:13 PM

    For me, the only thing to fully describes OJ’s behavior is if his son had committed the murder. This also fits the hypothetical “Charlie” described in the video. It even explains why OJ always seems like he’s lying about the murder. I just cannot find any other explanation that covers all the facts … from the long ride in the white Ford Bronco to the erratic behavior nowadays.

  • Speller March 12, 2018, 9:34 PM

    OneGuy , OJ did it. Those Isotoner gloves, the ones where one was found at the crime scene and the other was found on OJ’s estate were enough alone to convict him. Nicole bought them at the One-and-Only Bloomingdale’s department Store(the recipe for the gloves was in her effects, she bought OJ and herself one pair each as Christmas gifts) Isotoner made a limited run of only 600 pair and only 90 were sold. Of the Xtra Large, only 20 pair were sold. Do you know how many people live in New York City and do you know how many people live in Los Angeles and do you know how many thousands of miles apart those two cities are? Both gloves were at either end of this famous crime.

  • OneGuy March 13, 2018, 7:05 AM

    As I said your mind is already made up and OJ did it. But the LA police tried to run that timeline. Go through the steps of committing the murder and get back to OJ’s house, shower, get ready to fly out and leave a virtually sterile house with no evidence.

    The gloves: Hmmm. Suspiciously found where no one would have put them. Hmmmm.

    The socks: In the first video of OJ’s house there were no socks on the rug at the end of the bed. Yet in the later pictures taken by the forensic team the socks suddenly appeared on the rug. Furthermore as the blood on the socks coagulated they were not on the wearers feet. I.e. that blood was added after the wearer took the socks off.

    The Bronco: There was “trace” evidence found in the Bronco. When pressed at the trial the states
    top expert characterized “all of the blood found in the bronco” as less than a drop of blood. how is that possible… Unless it was carefully planted there.

    I would be perfectly in agreement that OJ did it except that he didn’t have enough time and he couldn’t possible have driven that Bronco back home without massively depositing blood evidence everywhere in it.

  • Callmelennie March 13, 2018, 10:54 AM

    Cant help but notice that One Guy didn’t say anything about the Size 12 Bruno Magli shoeprint. Because it obviously belonged to that OTHER large rich guy who, for no reason whatsover, went on a one-time, ultra-berzerk rampage against a random white woman in a wealthy section of LA. And I guess he, for no reason that can be discerned, was super duper pissed because he damn near beheaded Nichole in one of the most violent assaults the LA Police have ever seen

    Having closed my mind, I always assumed the reason for that horrific wound was the incredibly effective imported knife/murder weapon that OJ purchased that proved to be far more effective than Simpson realized. But maybe it was due to of the incredible strength and rage of that OTHER guy in LA who wears Size 12 Bruno Magli shoes. Apparently wearing $1000 shoes to a murder scene was all the rage for homicidal maniacs back in the day.

  • ghostsniper March 13, 2018, 2:00 PM

    Just looked em up and their most expensive pair is $650.

    You can get a very high quality pair of Danner boots for less than 1/3 as much and they will last 10 times as long.

  • OneGuy March 13, 2018, 6:54 PM

    You’re right. I don’t have an answer for the Bruno Magli shoeprint. But who ever made it killed Nichole and Goldman at 10:38 and was covered with blood and had to drive home while not getting any of that blood in his white Bronco. Climb over a wall shower, clean up the mess, load himself and bags into the limo and leave by 11:15. The police tried to do it in a test run and could not. So if OJ couldn’t do it what difference does it make that he had Bruno Magli shoes.

    Re: the horrific injury to Nichole. That is a trademark of a Mexican hit man. It would not be the fatal injury of choice by anyone who thought the police might suspect them because it cannot be executed without close contact and lots of blood all over you. Whoever did it was a bloody mess afterwards. A logical knife attack would have been a single thrust deep into the chest heart region. Simple as that, clean and dead. Second choice would be into the stomach up into and past the diaphragm. An easier thrust to make especially if the victim is trying to defend. But cutting the throat all the way to the back bone? That is the mark of an assassin who wants to terrorize the next person who thinks about skipping out on a debt.

    Too many holes in the prosecutions case. Why didn’t they know those gloves wouldn’t fit OJ’s big hands? Why did they fake the socks evidence if their case was good? Why less than a drop of blood total in OJ’s car? Why do they say OJ’s DNA was found at the scene, not blood but DNA? Since OJ went there often of course his DNA would be there. That wouldn’t be “evidence” so why would they say that? How could OJ outsmart the best forensic team in the U.S. and have no blood evidence in his car, no bloody clothes found, except the obvious planted socks?

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