December 6th, 2008


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12:17 pm - Run Juice, Run!!!!

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[User Picture]From: severinpgh Date: December 6th, 2008 - 09:13 pm (Link)

Frankly, I'm with you on your reaction..

I honestly don't know enough about this case to comment intelligently, so I'll leave the question of guilt or innocence to folks who know better. I _did_ however, follow the original murder trial.. actually recorded some of it and did a piece of music examining it as the media event that it was turned into. (end of preamble)
So, all of that having been said, I agree that this is being taken as a 'do-over' in the sentencing.. And frankly that's a stinking load. If it _weren't_ under consideration, I can hardly imagine that the judge should have brought it up. The media response I've been exposed to has been asinine, but then, mostly the media is there to sell media, and it's bread and the circus this week apparently.
*sighs*
[User Picture]From: chrismaverick Date: December 6th, 2008 - 09:48 pm (Link)

Re: Frankly, I'm with you on your reaction..

Oh, don't get me wrong. He's definitely guilty this time. He has a strong moral argument. He was trying to steal back his own stuff, afterall. But at the end of the day, he broke the law. You DON'T do what he did. My question is more of the exact justice of this situation, and I am saying what you are. People aren't happy because they believe the criminals OJ robbed at gunpoint are being avenged, they're happy believe that Nicole and Ron are being avenged, and that's not how its supposed to work, and as you say if that weren't the case, then the judge shouldn't have mentioned it. And the media is CLEARLY going that way, otherwise, Fred Goldman would have nothing to do with this case. Truth be told, Fred Goldman shouldn't have had anything to do with the original murder case. Sure, he has a vested interest in the outcome, but he has no actual knowledge of what went on, nor the investigation after the fact, and really shouldn't have become the folk hero he did.
[User Picture]From: severinpgh Date: December 7th, 2008 - 05:43 pm (Link)

Re: Frankly, I'm with you on your reaction..

*shrugs* As I said above, I'm not going to argue on guilt or innocence, as I didn't follow it. At the same time one accepts a not guilty as meaning 'not guilty', one must do similarly to the 'guilty' (at least, until appeal is sustained)-- they are both results of legal apparatus. Rather, I was echoing with consonant critique of the _handling_ of the matter.
You get me from there on.
 

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