Now I agree OJ looks pretty darn guilty, but for you to say definitively "OJ Did it" and is "100% guilty of those murders", is pretty bold and borderline reckless. Did you watch the entire trial, review all of the evidence? I'm guessing you didn't and are just throwing out your knee-jerk opinion based only on what the media reported that you believe OJ did it. He was not found guilty in the criminal case.Originally Posted by Giggity22;4092972;
His book was called "If I did it", it wasn't a confession. It could just as easily be a broke guy trying to milk what he could to make some quick cash.
Additionally, saying "I mean, why else has all of his lawyers except one been given their just karma?" is just absurd. There are plenty of lawyers who routinely get off criminals who committed even more heinous crimes than you believe OJ did who are just fine. It's called random chance, any our human nature to lock onto the strange patterns that arise, yet ignore the thousands of normal patterns that occur the rest of the time.
That said, I agree it wasn't smart of Brittanya to keep Pun, because Pun is physically stronger, and mentally sharper than she is, so in the end he will beat her. However, I don't see Pun as the type to eliminate Brittanya for revenge. He comes across as a businessman, I think he will eliminate his strongest competition to increase his odds of winning money.