The Final 24: Nicole Brown Simpson

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Source:The Final 24– OJ and Nicole Brown Simpson. Perhaps when they were still married.

Source:The New Democrat 

“Vibrant, funny, and beautiful, Nicole Brown Simpson appears to have it all. With loads of money, a great body, and two adorable children, the ex-wife of football legend O.J. Simpson is living the Hollywood dream. In 24 hours, however, the dream will be brutally shattered, Nicole will be dead, and her ex-husband will stand accused in the murder trial of the century.”

From The Final 24

The Final 24 - Nicole Brown Simpson - Google Search

Source:ABC News– “O.J. Simpson Trial: Where Are They Now?”

I’m not sure if Nicole Brown Simpson was meant to be murdered by OJ Simpson or anyone else, but he definitely had an obsession for her to the point where he basically said: “if I can’t have her, no one else can.” Which is about as creative as saying: how are you doing, or this is some weather we’re having.

But my point is this is basically a pretty simple case. I’m not sure OJ was in love with her as much as he was obsessed with her. And probably saw Nicole as his personal trophy or pet that he could do anything that he wanted with.

And yes, I think OJ Simpson murdered his ex-wife Nicole Brown as well as their mutual friend Ronald Goldman. And if you don’t believe me, just ask all of OJ’s DNA and blood at the crime scene and look at the physical evidence not just on Nicole, but OJ as well.

OJ, having no alibi and plenty of motive to kill her as well doesn’t help him. And if you want to argue the case the opposite way, you’re going to need a helluva lot more than some whacked out, high as a skyscraper conspiracy theory that the Los Angeles Police planted all of that evidence that makes to clear that OJ murdered Nicole. You’re going to need some actual facts that even’s OJ’s supposed all star team of defense lawyers weren’t able to offer that their client OJ Simpson didn’t murder his ex-wife Nicole Simpson.

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