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Pursuit of Exhibit 35 in the OJ Simpson murder trial: and its Hidden Secrets Paperback – Large Print, October 22, 2010
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Luckily someone recently synthesized much of the information in this large volume into a much easier read (and managed to cover the Roderick Scott and George Zimmerman cases as well in under 200 pages) and I highly recommend that you pick up that volume as well: When Prosecutors Attack!: OJ Simpson, Roderick Scott, George Zimmerman - Baseless Government Attacks and the Media That Lets It Happen
Now, I'm leaning back to my first thought of OJ being innocent.
Great thought provoking information brought out in this book. I'd recommend to anyone wanting to take an honest look at how "factual" evidence in a case can be manipulated, changed, and controlled when one wishes to control the outcome of a trial.
This book is probably twice as long as is needed to get their points across. Then there is the 1,000 or so time the word "malfeasance" is used. We get the point, the LAPD was negligent at best, at worst, framing OJ Simpson. No questions there, I agree. But during a long, wordy novel with this word popping up again and again it grows tiresome.
I am not saying the book is wrong. I am saying it seems poorly written. It makes valid points in the most boring matter possible.
Quoth the Raven...
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Fascinating book but quite long, yet thorough in its revelations of deception by displayed exhibits in the OJ Simpson Murder trial.Published 14 months ago by jabowe marteen
The title sounded intriguing. The book, sadly, utterly failed to live up to the title. To give you just one of many, many examples of the patent absurdities found in this... Read morePublished on April 8, 2013 by Gordon Ewasiuk