I saw this film...and YES, it changed my mind...and my wife's. The Overlooked Suspect really needs to be seen by everybody...if you really want to get this thing right.
I wish someone would show this movie on TV so that it would reach a bigger audience. It's amazing. I don't know how anyone that didn't change their mind after either reading the Book or seeing the Movie. Thank you #AMDOCS for showing it in Palm Springs 2 years ago.
So nothing ever seemed right about that trial. After all of his bizarre behavior, I thought he was probably guilty or knew something about the murders. However, the media never seemed to let it drop. The media seemed like vengeful furies intent on turning the story back in the direction of his guilt.
MyHouston in the Washinton Post
I am a white woman and I watched the trial every and all day. I believe OJ is INNOCENT. They never looked for anyone else. I have over 30 books and spent the last 20 years looking over every detail.
Louis Penberth in the Washinton Post
Does it not strike you odd, Lois, that after 20 years of one of the most watched and analyzed trials of the century that not ONE shred of evidence or ONE witness has been presented to suggest anyone else but O.J. was involved? Hmm....
hitx in the Washinton Post
I have read it was OJ's son who killed Nicole, and OJ was protecting him. The son wore the hat, the son was charged in previous attempts of harm using a knife ( his former girlfriend), the son had been in psyche wards.
Giantsmax wrote in the Washinton Post
I thought it was OJ too, until I read about his son, and now I think Jason did it. How could he not have done it? He had everything--the knives (he was a chef who took them everywhere), the motive (infatuation with his step-mother), and the documented rage in which he once held a knife to his girlfriend's throat.
JDavis in the Washinton Post
There is a really good documentary about the OJ trial that examines the failures of the prosecutors and the LAPD & how those failures resulted in a not guilty verdict. ...
loved1 in the Washinton
Guess I'm in the minority here but I think O.J.'s son committed the murders and O.J. knew it and covered for him.
kay6 in the Washinton Post
There were too many games played by the prosecutor to get an accurate idea of just what happened. In addition the prosecutor never considered any other possibility than that O. J. Was the murderer. The trial was a scandal.