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F. Lee Bailey makes case that O.J. Simpson's not guilty

bailey-simpson.jpgLawyer F. Lee Bailey, who's now 77, has posted a lengthy argument on his consulting firm's firm website contending that O.J. Simpson did not kill his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend Ronald Goldman in 1994. Bailey was part of the defense team in the televised "trial of the century" that ended with Simpson's acquittal. His evidence points at two unidentified men possibly spotted in an confrontation with Brown Simpson on the Bundy Drive sidewalk that night, inconsistencies in the evidence against O.J. and the racism of then-LAPD detective Mark Fuhrman. Bailey's three-part treatise appears to be part of a book project.

Photo from BaileyandElliott.com


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