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He Was Deemed Innocent.  ...

He was deemed innocent.  I remember being in the 5th grade and listening to it on the radio (we didn't have Tv's in the classroom at that point).  That was a big year, as I recall with the Tayna Harding case and the impeachment of President Clinton.  I couldn't believe he was innocent!  Granted, there wasn't enough evidence to prove "Without a reasonable doubt" but still!!!  We all knew he did it!  But at least we all have something to go on now, "If you want to murder, here's how to get away with it.".
theophania theophania 22-25, F 2 Responses Jan 23, 2007

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IF YOU CANT PROVE HE DID IT,HE DIDNT DO IT.HOW WOULD YOU LIKE TO GO TO JAIL FOR SOMETHING YOU DIDNT DO ,AFTER THEY DIDNT PROVE YOU DID IT.

There is a difference between being found "not guilty" and "innocent". OJ was found "not guilty", meaning that the jury could not find him guilty based on the evidence that was presented. You know, all of that "reasonable doubt" crap? The law allows that he may well be guilty, but law enforcement was unable to prove it. A small difference, but I feel better with "not guilty" than I do with "innocent". As you indicate, he most certainly is NOT innocent!