I've been addicted to watching American Crime Story: The People vs. OJ Simpson. I was in 3rd grade at the time of the actual trial, and considering we weren't allowed to watch The Simpsons, we definitely weren't watching a murder trial on TV. I'm learning most of the trial information for the first time in 2016.
  1. So these are the reasons I would have to acquit:
  2. 1. The glove didn't fit!
  3. 2. Detective Mark Fuhrman, when asked if he planted or falsified any evidence in the OJ case, pleaded the fifth! I was screaming at my TV! That was nuts!
  4. That's it! It's just two things. But they seem like a big deal to me. And I think if I were on the jury, I'd have to be honest and say that even though OJ probably did it, the defense presented "reasonable doubt."
  5. Next on my agenda... Catching up on like 30 years of The Simpsons...