Pdf Read A Problem of Evidence How the Prosecution Freed OJ Simpson Author Joseph Bosco
O be Employing a condescending overwrought style Bosco makes claims that while feasible are not backed up to any degree of plausibility with facts or examples Do I believe OJ Simpson killed poor Ron and ex wife Nicole Absolutely Do I believe the prosecution proved it in court beyond a reasonable doubt I don t know Do I think this crackpot and his theories while readable and entertaining are totally off base and farfetched How should I know I just don t like loudmouths. Utors covered up and altered the evidence he believes was found at the scene of the SimpsonGoldman murders 18 phot.
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I had not seen before The author presents an interesting and sometimes confusing mix of theories and conclusions for example This is the only book ou need to read if ou re wondering HOW the prosecution could blow the OJ case I don t know who this guy is or who he thinks he is but this book is the rantings of a loudmouth He seems to position the book as a response to Bugliosi s Outrage but in my opinion this book is sleazy than Faye Resnick s memoir was purported T led to a terrible miscarriage of justice Veteran journalist Bosco explains how and why the police and the prosec.
The author organizes the information really well to be able to understand But ou have to wonder if he isn t a bit biased to one side this book was all over the placein the end it did provide a good example of how bad of a job the prosecution did but it took a while to get there Seeing the recent miniseries on the OJ Simpson murder case spurred me to read and in some cases re read a number of the books written about the trial This book published in 1996 was one that. A startling fresh look at what happened on the night Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman were killed and how