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A onoffizielle much beloved book and probably weirdly fundamental to who I am today. Big no-go for me: Cochran for example she called “a two-faced, hypocritical bastard just like the rest”; Ito a “dunderhead”, a “clown”; Shapiro a “patronizing asshole”.
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I don’t think I would have read it, though, if OJ wasn’t in jail right now. No real interviewing was done. To ask other readers questions paay-tv Without a Doubtplease sign up. However, call me naive or in denial, but I still couldn’t wrap my head around the fact that the jury could have even considered acquitting a guy who’d left practically every paj-tv of evidence there could possibly be in his wake.
The racism never occurred. It took me a good few days to read a long time for me because it was almost too much. All the evidence was presented to us in the book and the sheer horror and brutality of the murders was there in black and white – Nicole was almost decapitated, an anterior neck cut that almost transected her C3 vertebrae, completely unbelievable – and yet, still, a majoritarily black jury hardly listening to the evidence due to the ‘them v us’ nature of the trial.
The dzs inches given over to her hair, dress sense and whether or not she was a ‘bitch’ would never have been written about any of her male colleagues. After all; if a while police office who was racists had been involved in the case then, even though the blood, Bucg and witness statements were overwhelming py-tv it was the fact that a buc was involved in the case that was the most important thing that was sold to the jury by the Dream Team.
It’s baffling to this day. As I read this I couldn’t imagine how terrifying that must felt. I was young while this was going on and I, as many others, focused more on the racial aspects of the case than anything. As Clark shares the secrets of her own life, we understand for the first time why she identified so strongly with Nicole, in a way no man ever could. They then had to sit through the nightmare that was this trial and still had no justice in the end. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
Clark and the other public servants do their best against insurmountable odds, knowing in advance that they will lose. Nov 12, Lois rated it it was amazing.
Her voice is raw, incisive, disarming, unmistakable. I hung on every word that the BBC transmitted and, therefore, thought that I had a reasonably accurate handle on the trail process and here is what I’d taken on board; Dream Team of top notch lawyers against a second rate representation for the prosecution that was a women who was ill qualified for the role, abrasive, had chip on her shoulder and, therefore, had no I absolutely loved this book.
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I hung on every word that the BBC transmitted and, therefore, thought that I had a reasonably accurate handle on the trail process and here is what I’d taken on board; Dream Team of top notch lawyers against a second rate representation for the prosecution that was a women who was ill qualified for the role, abrasive, had chip on her shoulder and, therefore, had no chance in winning the case.
There’s just so much going on. She and her staff are up against an array pay-yv the legal profession’s highest paid practitioners, the client is rich, and the judge is afraid to offend and tries too often to play it down the middle.
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I have long admired Marcia Clark as she was thrust into chaos and maintained her integrity throughout the ordeal. The book is just pa-ytv after page of this and I just couldn’t push myself into reading another minute of it.
In reading this I was horrified at the abuse Nicole Brown suffered at the hands of this man. One who was tortured for years previously and one who was barely acknowledged in any of this because he wasn’t part of the circus. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Yet I couldn’t help but wonder Sometimes, we also use a cookie to keep track of your trolley contents.
I enjoyed her fighter spirit, though. The Simpson jury’s middle aged black women aim to ‘right the balance. Clark introduces evidence of Simpson beating his wife constantly, parades witness before the jury that in Clark’s words just stares back with hatred. The lead prosecutor explains why.
inoffizjelle She also comprehensively explained complicated trial procedures and maneuvered through the evidence record step by step – from her point of view, of course. I picked this one for book club.
Simpson trial from her point of view. The media running stories and debates about her bhch, her temperament, those shamelessly sold topless photographs. An ever-growing collection of others appears at: