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OJ Simpson defence – Donald Trump’s Testimony if he charged over Jan 6

OJ Simpson defence - Donald Trump's Testimony if he charged over Jan 6

It seems that Trump could use the defense of OJ Simpson if he is charged over January 6. Former U.S. President Donald Trump has been in a tricky position this week amid the latest testimony to the House Select Committee on January 6. But one expert believes the Republican politician may have a get-out if he’s changed over his involvement on that dark day.

OJ Simpson defense – Donald Trump’s Testimony if he charged over Jan 6

What was OJ Simpson’s Defence

A jury found Simpson not blameworthy after an eight-month trial ending on October 3, 1995. However, prosecutors had an enormous amount of DNA evidence against Simpson, with blood traces of the sufferer in his car and Nicole’s blood on a pair of his socks. The Simpson defense was mainly based because evidence had been mishandled, and many Los Angeles police department members were racist.OJ Simpson

The protection used technical mistakes by the forensics team to suggest contamination of the crime scene and cast doubt on the DNA evidence. Also, a video surfaced where Mark Fuhrman, a cop who helped collect much of the physical evidence, made racist comments and dropped the n-word many times. Fuhrman was later charged with perjury for asserting that he had not used the slur within ten years of the trial.

Wasn’t there something about a glove, too?

Police found a dark glove at the crime scene, and police later recovered its mate on Simpson’s estate. The attorney found DNA from Simpson and both sufferers on the gloves. However, when the defense team persuaded the prosecution to ask Simpson to try on the glove during the trial, it appeared too small for his hands.

Wasn't there something about a glove, too?

This gave rise to Simpson advocate Johnnie Cochran’s now-legendary expression, “If it doesn’t fit, you must absolve.” Prosecutors said they didn’t want Simpson to try on the glove because the sock had been immersed in blood and later frozen and unfrozen several times to be preserved. Some 150 witnesses testified that Simpson did not take the stand.

What is January 6 all about?

On January 6, 2021, following then-President Donald Trump’s defeat in the 2020 presidential election, a mob of his supporters attacked the Capitol Building in Washington, D.C. On which a Hearing was announced. During the hearings, in her testimony, Cassidy Hutchinson stated, “I don’t eff care that they have arms — they’re not here to hurt me. Take the magnetometers away and let my people in.”

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“He knew right before he went on that stage that that mob was armed. He knew they were led to the Capitol. He was so self-assured that they were not going to do something to him, they were there for him, that he was ready to risk his security by telling people that he wanted those mags taken down,” The bombshell testimony shows Trump knew the crowd was armed when he ordered his backers to march to the Capitol to “brawl like hell” against validating the 2020 election results.

Also Read: Ex-president rages at ‘unpolitical thugs’ on Truth Social as Navarro indicted over Jan 6

Who is OJ Simpson?

OJ Simpson or Orenthal Simpson was born on July 9, 1947, nicknamed “Juice,” and is an American former football running back, broadcaster, actor, and advertising spokesman. Simpson studied at the University of Southern California (USC), where he took part in football for the USC Trojans and achieved the Heisman Trophy in 1968.

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Simpson holds the history of the single-season yards-per-game average, which is 143.1. He was the only player to dash for over 2,000 yards in the 14-game structured season NFL format. Simpson was allowed into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1983 and the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1985. After self-effacing from football, he began new careers in acting and football broadcasting. 

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What was the relationship between Nicole Brown and OJ Simpson?

Nicole Brown and OJ Simpson

Nicole was the football star’s 2nd wife. She was a teenage wait staff in Beverly Hills when she started dating Simpson in 1977; at the time, he was still wedded to his first wife, Marguerite L. Whitley. O.J. and Nicole married in 1985, six years after his divorce from Whitley. The couple had two children, Sydney Brooke, and Justin Ryan Simpson.

The sports fame was already father to Arnelle L., Jason L., and Aaren Lashone Simpson (who went under in 1979) from his earlier marriage. The couple’s marriage hit some rocks in 1989 when O.J. entreated no contest to a charge of spousal exploit and was passed judgment to community service, trial period, and fines. Nicole filed for divorce in 1992, citing incompatible differences.

What was the crime?

What was the crime?

 Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend, wait staff Ronald Goldman, were speared to death on June 12, 1994. Nicole was skewered multiple times in the head and neck. Their bodies were found out of her home early on June 13. She was 35 years old, and Goldman was 25.

What was up with that car chase?

After being interrogated days earlier, Simpson was under orders to turn himself into the police on the morning of June 17. The LAPD supplied an all-points bulletin when he had failed to capitulate himself by 2 p.m. At 5 p.m., Robert Kardashian read for the media what reverberates like a death note given to him by Simpson.

“Don’t feel sorry for me. I’ve had a substantial life, great friends,” it read. “Please think about the real O.J. and not this alleged person. Thanks for making my life special. I hope I have helped you. Love and peace. O.J.”

OJ Simpson

At 6:20 p.m., a driver dappled Simpson in the now-infamous white Bronco with a friend and reported the sighting to police. A police officer then the vehicle on Interstate 404. The 60-mile, low-speed chase – with news helicopters coping every inch of the journey – kept the public stuck to their televisions.

The Bronco arrived at Simpson’s home at 8 p.m., where he appeared from the car after a few minutes. The LAPD found makeup clingy, a fake mustache and goatee, Simpson’s passport, and a gun in the vehicle.

Other Crimes of OJ Simpson

In December 2008, Simpson was found guilty of 10 charges related to gunpoint and stealing in Las Vegas at the Palace hotel. This crime was unlinked to the deaths of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman.

The former NFL star is serving a 9 to the 33-year judgment passed in Nevada at Lovelock Correctional Center but was up for temporary release in 2017.

Comparing OJ Simpson’s Defence to Trump’s 

Comparing OJ Simpson’s defense to Trump, Mr. Conway continued: “But it doesn’t matter that O. J. Simpson thought that the stuff of him, no more than it is crucial that Donald Trump might have thought or imagined that he won the election.” He still used illegal means and intended to use unlawful means to steal the stuff back, and that’s the thing that’s happening with Trump.

“What happened with Cassidy Hutchinson’s testimony is that it showed that Donald Trump intended to use illegal means – force – to take back the presidency by marching with these people he knew couldn’t cross through magnetometers because they were armed. And he didn’t care. Perhaps somewhat predictably for a former president who quickly branded any high-profile criticism as “fake news.” Mr. Trump took to his Truth Social app after the testimony to say he “hardly knows” who Ms. Hutchinson is.

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“Other than I heard nasty things about her,” he said. Addressing several complaints by the former White House aide, Mr. Trump wrote: “I never grumbled about the crowd. It was huge. I didn’t want or appeal that we make room for people with guns to watch my speech. “Who would ever want that? Not me!”

He also asserted the accusation he grasped the steering wheel of the White House limousine to drive it towards the Capitol was fake. “It wouldn’t have been feasible to do such things,” he said.

Also Read:

https://world-wire.com/list-of-allegations-on-donald-trump-from-jan-6-hearing-2/

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