I've read a number of books on the O.J. murders. None of them presented the overwhelming evidence for conviction in such a rapid, clear, organized, concise manner. If you ever had a second thought about the Juice's guilt, read this account of the irrefutable facts.
A passage in the book proclaims (paraphrased,) "The only person convicted of anything from these murders was the police investigator." The book uses the courtroom facts to show how political correctness and a jury's unwillingness to acknowledge the law and follow court instructions denied one family justice, and another their future.
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