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FTR #23 Interview with Stephen Singular, Steven Worth and Donald Freed

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More dis­cus­sion con­cern­ing the O.J. Simp­son case with three authors who have writ­ten books indi­cat­ing that O.J. Simp­son is inno­cent (see pre­vi­ous inter­views record­ed on 10/13/96 and on 11/24/96). In addi­tion to ana­lyz­ing phys­i­cal evi­dence, the par­tic­i­pants dis­cuss indi­ca­tions that ele­ments of the intel­li­gence com­mu­ni­ty may have been involved in the case. Much of the pro­gram cen­ters on a com­par­i­son of the O.J. Simp­son case with the Tate-La Bian­ca mur­ders in 1969, com­mit­ted by the noto­ri­ous Man­son fam­i­ly. Some of the broad­er polit­i­cal and soci­o­log­i­cal aspects of the Simp­son case are dis­cussed in a con­clud­ing por­tion of the inter­view, that ana­lyzes the O.J. case as a sign­post along the road of America’s descent into fas­cism. (Record­ed on 11/24/96.)


2 comments for “FTR #23 Interview with Stephen Singular, Steven Worth and Donald Freed”

  1. The O.J. Simp­son case as a “Psy-Op” had many facets. It not only polar­ized the races but it served to embed into the pub­lic con­scious­ness the con­cept of “junk sci­ence” which had not, up until that time, received much atten­tion. Through­out the tri­al the defense and pros­e­cu­tion would put forth expert wit­ness­es with impec­ca­ble cre­den­tials on both sides who cat­e­gor­i­cal­ly stat­ed the exact oppo­site con­cern­ing the same issue. This made peo­ple believe sci­ence was sim­ply a mat­ter of opin­ion. Where­as pre­vi­ous­ly a sci­en­tif­ic fact was syn­ony­mous with “the truth”, dur­ing the O.J. Simp­son tri­al, mil­lions of peo­ple around the world saw how sci­en­tists and so called expert wit­ness­es would say what­ev­er they were paid to say and this made sci­ence as a whole “untrust­wor­thy”.

    Like a snow­ball rolling down the moun­tain the seed of doubt has gain strength and momen­tum with the years lead­ing towards a new Dark Age, as Mr. Emory has men­tioned in sev­er­al of his broad­casts. When you erode peo­ple’s abil­i­ty for ratio­nal think­ing, log­ic and sci­en­tif­ic rea­son­ing you end up with a mass of men who are will­ing to believe just about any­thing hence the resur­gence of super­sti­tion, UFOs, New Age reli­gions and cre­ation­ism as a sci­en­tif­i­cal­ly valid the­o­ry.

    Igno­rant and super­sti­tious peo­ple are easy to manip­u­late and I’m not say­ing the O.J. Simp­son tri­al accom­plished this all by itself but it was cer­tain­ly anoth­er brick in the wall.

    Posted by Shibusa | July 13, 2013, 7:27 am
  2. I think OJ Simp­son is inno­cent. Ron Gold­man had a huge bruise on his hand from strik­ing a blow on an assailant. OJ was not struck. Con­nie Dial worked for narcotics–why was she at the crime scene.

    Posted by Debbie Flores | March 21, 2016, 9:11 pm

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