Nicole Brown’s sister on O.J. Simpson’s latest comments: DNA doesn’t lie

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Double murderer (per final judgment issued in a civil lawsuit) O.J. Simpson recently said he doesn’t go to Los Angeles because he doesn’t want to accidentally end up sitting next to the real killer of Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman. Nicole Brown’s sister predictably found remarks objectionable.

Via, Tanya Brown said Simpson need not worry about running into the real killer, because the DNA evidence doesn’t lie.

Per the report, she also says that his comments  are absurd and disrespectful, and that they prove how delusional he is.

Simpson made his latest comments to Beyond claiming that he won’t go to L.A. for fear of bumping into the real killer, Simpson vaguely suggested that he has a potential perpetrator in mind.

“I had one suspect I told my lawyers to look at,” Simpson said. “I still think he might be involved, but I can’t talk about it.”

Hopefully, that’s the last he’ll ever say about it. Hopefully, it’s the last time any media outlet asks him to say anything. Unless and until he’s ready to finally admit what anyone with a decent amount of intelligence and common sense already knows.

13 responses to “Nicole Brown’s sister on O.J. Simpson’s latest comments: DNA doesn’t lie

  1. If this guy had any sense at all (which he obviously doesn’t), he’d disappear to a small island halfway across the world and never publicly open his mouth again.

  2. OJ is a POS…. & I hope the lawyers that defended him burn right along with him in Hades!!!

  3. Regardless of the city, every time he sits next to a mirror, he’s sitting next to the real killer.

  4. Simpson is what he is: a narcissistic, rage-filled psychopath, a pathological liar. What really bugs me is that he still has friends and I believe him that people come up to him and are happy to see him. I wish all those people could be made to sit down and watch O.J.: Made in America, especially the parts about the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman. They need their eyes opened. O.J. should be living a life with nobody else in it. I can’t imagine what it must be like to be his kids.

    Speaking of that documentary reminds me that anyone who says that OJ’s not guilty criminal verdict is to be blamed on a bad jury should also watch the documentary. There is a lot more to it than that and, unfortunately, it becomes easily understandable why there was an acquittal.

  5. kissbillsrings says:
    August 10, 2021 at 9:16 am
    OJ is a POS…. & I hope the lawyers that defended him burn right along with him in Hades!!!

    The lawyers were just doing their job just like any other criminal defense lawyer ever.

  6. Whatever happened to his comment of- ” I want to catch the real killer” ?? Hard to do if he never wants to sit next to him.

  7. OJ is guilty and the jury found the correct verdict – the jury goes by what is presented at trial. Unfortunately people in prison get murdered. The non-existent “real killer(s)” had plenty of opportunity when OJ was locked up.

  8. OJ was proven innocent in a court. I watched it on TV. If we can’t trust our courts, and our legal system, we’re not the country I thought we were. Maybe it’s just wishful thinking on my part, but I’d like to believe we live in a civilization. OJ never got convicted, and never served a minute in jail. A civil trial really doesn’t mean anything. It’s just money. OJ has lots of money, and he has his freedom. Is our system broken? Why do we sit here and accept that? As far as I’m concerned, OJ is innocent.

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