Many of you may have wondered, why an entire installment has never been dedicated to the subject of the maligned former NFL star, Orenthal James Simpson, better known as simply O.J. or, as he was also known during his NFL glory years of the 1970’s, “The Juice”.
Well, your virtuous patience has now been duly rewarded.
On this occasion, it will be proved – once and for all – the “murder trial” of Orenthal James Simpson was a scripted Hollywood-styled production, and wholly fabricated to serve a social and political agenda.
But not for the reasons you would expect.
No, we will not bother with an analysis of Johnnie Cochran’s – one of Simpson’s legal “Dream Team” – bloody glove (“If the glove doesn’t fit, you must acquit,” Cochran beseeched the jury during closing arguments), or the numerous anomalies present at the so-called “crime scene”.
Rather, our investigation shall take a different tack; the road less traveled.
It shall be proved Simpson’s lead “lawyer”, Robert Shapiro, was a fabricated media character, portrayed by a host actor, an actor with which, by now, we have become well-familiar.
It shall also be proved, not only were Simpson’s victims media fabricated victim simulations, it shall also be, conclusively, demonstrated Simpson could not have served any jail time upon being convicted of armed robbery and kidnapping in 2008.
And why is this so, you may wonder?
Because as everyone shall soon learn, while he was alleged to have been imprisoned, and prior to being “paroled” in 2017, Simpson was busy portraying his other Hollywood created persona, a well-known film actor with a long Hollywood resume of on-screen performances.
Stay tuned, folks. Continue reading “The truth is loosed on “The Juice””