Murder, Mayhem & Conspiracy – O.J. and Nicole, 10 years after…
November 23, 2004
It’s been a long time since I’ve lost any sleep over the O.J. trial (nor is tonight an exception—I’m up late brining a turkey) but a post over to Peking Duck on the topic from back in June has taken on a life of it’s own the comments section, with a lot of interaction from journalists and others directly involved in the trial.
This conversation apparently led Joseph Bosco (a journalist who maintains that if O.J. was guilty he was far from the only one) to post some of his own material on the subject, covering some stuff that has not seen the light of day before.
I’ll admit that back in the day I was as horridly fascinated as anyone else—several co-workers and I used to make a point of lunching every day at a sports bar where we could watch the trial coverage on the big screen, but it’s been so long now that I’ve probably forgotten a lot of the details.
Still, this makes an interesting read, at least on a cool and rainy late night in Texas…