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December 6th Winner: Steven Majstorovic


IN RESPONSE TO: O.J. Simpson Sentenced to 15 Years

OJ got off on a murder conviction and that was a serious miscarriage of justice. Now he gets convicted through essentially a process of legal entrapment and that is in a strange way a worse miscarriage of justice because it took the cooperation many people in our legal system. We are supposed to be a nation of laws and not an Old Testament or Fundamentalist Muslim system of eye for an eye. This ain't Karma, this is crap!

Posted by: Steven Majstorovic | December 5, 2008 3:51 PM

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you are correct. OJ was correctly found not guilty in the first trial. Did he really do it? I don't know. But I did see that first trial, and the prosecution clearly failed to prove it's case. He was "not guilty". Had the Judge truly been impartial in this case, a man with no prior convictions, and not named OJ Simpson would not have gotten the book thrown at him. How else do you explain this but as retribution a and a miscarriage of justice, regardless of what you think of the outcome of the first trial " should have been", and regardless of your racial opionions.

Posted by: philos194 | December 9, 2008 1:54 PM

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