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O.J Simpson Trial
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O.J Simpson trial
The O.J Simpson is a football player/actor.he is accused of murrder for his wife and her friend.his evidence was that the glove didn't fit so at the end of the trial he was announced innocent.during this trial it created a hysteria because alot of people thought he was gulity.
During the Trial many people were in a anxiety feeling in waited for O.J Simpson for his crime on the murder of Nicole Brown.
Citizens witness some of Nicole and Simpson dispute.
Due to people having hysteria it obvious that they believe o.j Simpson kill his wife and her friend.
During O.J simpson arrest and his trial, most of the people who know were in shock on what just happen O.J Simpson.
some of O.J Simpson friends were talking about it " I,m shocked on how this happen"(Al Cowling)
His trial caused many people to believe that he caused the murder and were happy that he got caught.
He killed his wife but theres no fingerprint but found the gloves.
"If it doesn't fit, you must acquit," (Johnny Cochran)
that he did not kill his wife.
Most People believe that Nicole Brown was killed by O.J cause of jealousy.
Due to people hearing O.J Simpson Trial many went into hysterical and focus manly on the trial and might stir some racial discrimination.
Carlos Carter a witness recalls , "It was very tense at work,"
Lots of people cant keep themselves of the O.J Simpson trial because it was the topic of them all.
Exaggerated or uncontrollable emotion or excitement, especially among a group of people.
People were being blamed for witchcraft and everyone was shouting out and was pointing fingers.
"I have seen too many frightful proofs in court—the Devil is alive in Salem, and we dare not quail to follow wherever the accusing finger points!"(miller act2)
in the Oj Simpson trail and in the crucible people were in a fit of hysteria due to events that were happening.
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