There's already a bunch of details of the case that I'm realizing I did not know about because I was like 11 when it all happened. I knew general stuff about the evidence (i.e. a glove was found, bloody footprints, DNA when people were still sort of skeptical of DNA, etc.) but not just how clearly damning it was. I'd never really gone back and looked into the details of the case against him. I remember as a kid we all cheered in school when he got acquitted, lol. As I got a little older I just realized he was guilty as hell from the general stuff that was out there but I hadn't really gone back to look at/read about all of it. I just knew there was damning evidence against him and that the LAPD screwed a bunch of stuff up and he should've been found guilty.
EDIT - I also actually had no idea OJ went to the wake and all that happened. Holy horsefeathering horsefeathers. I just figured he had been arrested already or something. Or, at least, if I did know, I had forgotten. I googled some pictures from it and it sort of sparked my memory.
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The Cubs’ transaction list under Epstein and Hoyer reads like a work of fiction, a wish-fulfillment list composed in hindsight.