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Does O.J. Simpson’s Life Matter?

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The crim­i­nal and civ­il tri­als of O.J. Simp­son cap­ti­vat­ed the pub­lic aware­ness, yet the facts con­firm­ing beyond doubt O.J.‘s inno­cence were obscured by a blitzkrieg of media-assist­ed and gen­er­at­ed dis­in­for­ma­tion. Sup­ple­ment­ing the medi­a’s insti­tu­tion­al­ized lying was a grotesque dis­tor­tion of the record and out­right crim­i­nal behav­ior by ele­ments of the Los Ange­les legal estab­lish­ment.

The very issues at the fore­front of the unrest over race and polic­ing were front and cen­ter in the case of Mark Fuhrman, yet the same pub­lic that is up in arms–literally–over George Floyd, Bre­an­na Tay­lor et al took no notice of the facts in the Simp­son case.

Take a half hour to lis­ten to the linked autio of FTR #39, about Mark Fuhrman. Why was­n’t there more dis­cus­sion of this?

Why was there no sub­stan­tive dis­cus­sion of the fact that Fuhrman was the appar­ent founder of an infor­mal racist group with­in the LAPD?

Some of the many oth­er broad­casts set­ting forth infor­ma­tion about the O.J. Simp­son case, include: FTR #‘s 10, 11, 12, 13, 1415, 22, and 23.


4 comments for “Does O.J. Simpson’s Life Matter?”

  1. Thank you Dave. Your old inter­views with Don­ald Freed, Stephen Sin­gu­lar, and Steven Worth are amaz­ing. The same peo­ple that are speak­ing out against the police right now will go on about how OJ got away with mur­der and how Mark Fuhrman did noth­ing wrong. It doesn’t make sense.

    Posted by Anon | September 7, 2020, 11:52 am
  2. Read­ing the books about the Simp­son case show that the DA’s office and oth­ers did their best to mud­dy the waters of the case and pro­mote them­selves. OJ did­n’t have a chance. Dave Emory pub­li­cized a book about nazis killing those two inno­cents and blam­ing it on OJ to start a race war!
    This type of pro­pa­gan­da just con­tin­ues to divide this coun­try today with vio­lence in the streets allowed by the gov­ern­ment. Cui bono?

    Posted by BOB SEVERIN | September 7, 2020, 9:04 pm
  3. When the Deep State (I know, an inex­act term that is so vague as to be use­less) holds a show tri­al it usu­al­ly injects per­form­ers to have key roles in the show.

    F. Lee Bai­ley essen­tial­ly helped the pros­e­cu­tion con­vict Albert de Sal­vo. De Sal­vo appar­ent­ly was one of the first mind con­trol jobs. Bai­ley defend­ed, suc­cess­ful­ly, Cap­tain Med­i­na of the My Lai Mas­sacre, lay­ing the blame for it on Lieu­tenant Cal­ley and thus leav­ing the Phoenix Pro­gram hid­den from most Amer­i­cans. Bai­ley then defend­ed Pat­ty Hearst, unsuc­cess­ful­ly, for her part in the Sym­bionese Lib­er­a­tion Army psy­op, again cov­er­ing up for the Phoenix Pro­gram and Col­ston West­brook and allow­ing Hearst to go to jail.

    Bai­ley was hired for the Simp­son defense team and did lit­tle more than cross-exam­ine Mark Fuhrman. Fuhrman was always more than just a racist cop. Bai­ley gave us (hor­rors!) Fuhrman’s racism, but not how it oper­at­ed in the case.

    When two of the coro­ners on var­i­ous gov­ern­ment-run inves­ti­ga­tions of JFK showed up in the Simp­son civ­il tri­al, and when the Bruno Magli pho­tos of Simp­son’s shoes were “con­firmed” by the imag­ing school cre­at­ed by and used by the CIA for forg­ing in the nation­al inter­est, we have all sorts of evi­dence point­ing to gov­ern­men­tal skull­dug­gery.

    OJ Simp­son was not attempt­ing to over­throw the US. At the time he was the most pop­u­lar, most trust­ed black man in Amer­i­ca. So he was destroyed with all the usu­al racist memes by his gov­ern­ment.

    That’s what equal­i­ty in the US faces: racist cops, racist DAs, racist judges, racist politi­cians, all work­ing to con­tin­ue Amer­i­ca’s his­to­ry of, what else, racism.

    Posted by Bob In Portland | September 8, 2020, 8:51 am
  4. I was aware of Fuhrman’s bla­tant racism but when I saw the fore­ward of his book about the case was writ­ten by Vin­cent Bugliosi I fig­ured its time for a deep­er dive. Thanks again Dave.

    Posted by dapastaman | September 16, 2020, 9:38 am

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