#21 Posted on 14.6.04 1620.45 Reposted on: 14.6.11 1621.44
Originally posted by Matt TrackerI have a question about the Bronco chase. The chase was broadcast during an NBA finals game between the Rockets and Knicks. I believe the chase was shown at the game on the big scoreboards, but I could have sworn the game was stopped so everyone could watch. But that doesn't sound kosher -- stopping a game outright for reasons not directly affecting the game.
I think that's a faulty memory, and I'm looking for confirmation.
I was at the game sitting 3 rows behind the Knicks bench and watching the chase on a small courtside TV over Mike Lupica's shoulder. Word flew around the arena pretty quickly and people did leave their seats to go out to the food courts to see what was going on.
#22 Posted on 15.6.04 0231.19 Reposted on: 15.6.11 0231.58
Originally posted by ThreepMeTo be the vocal minority (as well as the racial minority)...
I heard a theory by William C.Dear that stated (paraphrase), "If OJ didn't do it, then who did?" The detective (from Dallas) thought it might be OJ's oldest son.
Jason has had a history of minor violence(and speculated mental issues), was big and strong enough to commit the murder, was a chef (good with knives), and might have been upset at Nicole because at the time of the murder she was suppose to go visit him at his new job (chef) at some hoity-toity restaurant.
Some think that he may have been upset about Nicole not showing up, went to find her after his shift, found her in Daddy's house with another man, went ballistic and killed them both.
This is just what I remember from a radio interview a while ago.
But, as Leroy has already pointed out, the LAPD dropped the ball and didn't even consider the son as a suspect nor question him.
Just a theory.
This sounds a little too 'Law & Order' for me. Wasn't O.J.'s son just around 10 years old at the time of the murders? I guess he could've just blamed it on watching wrestling. :)
#23 Posted on 15.6.04 0412.46 Reposted on: 15.6.11 0413.34
I think his first son, from his first marriage was about 21 at the time, and had already dropped out of USC, remember him running down the road, and into the house at the end of the Bronco chase?
Either way, he may be guilty, he may not be, only he and Nicole and Ron Goldman can say with 100% certainty. Only one of them is alive, so we sorta have to take his word for it. The DA couldnt convince 12 people beyond a reasonable doubt. He may be a murdering prick, but, in our society, if you cant prove it, there isnt much you can do about it.
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