... Robert Kardashian's role in the O.J. Simpson trial, namely the evidence that led prosecutors to assert that Kardashian obstucted justice in a horrific and flagrant manner?
Let's face it, everything about this family (the greed, the lifestyle, the contrived "reality" shows, the selfishness, etc.) has gotten old. But I still want to hear SOMEONE in that family provide some sort of "evidence" that the prosecution's claims aren't true. Of course they are going to stand up for their father, but why isn't this topic bounced around anymore now that the children are adults? I would imagine that all interviews are given with the condition that such pointed questions not be asked.
It's fascinating to me hearing young adults discuss the reasons they follow the Kardashians and why the family should or shouldn't be famous. I find that I want to disrupt their conversations and ask them if they even know what Kardashian (allegedly) did.
As far as I can remember, Robert Kardashian was (allegedly) guilty of taking into possession and destroying the suitcase or duffle bag that contained Simpson's blood-soaked clothes worn during the murders. I also believe he was alleged to have illegally removed other items from O.J. Simpson's home. My understanding is that these assertions were never proven false, just inadmissable or ignored by the jury.
I am amazed at how that family parades itself around despite knowing whatever they do about that period of time. I know they are blinded by their own fame, but have they convinced themselves that it simply isn't important anymore? Where's the shame?