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O.J. Simpson: From Football Hero to National Murder Suspect



Crystal Clear Facts

  • O. J. Simpson, commonly recognized as “The Juice”, became a star tailback for the University of Southern California in the late 1960s, and later played 11 NFL seasons, nine of them with the Buffalo Bills.
  • He married Nicole Brown in 1985, and they had two children, Justin and Sydney. However, the couple divorced in 1992.
  • In June 1994, Nicole Brown Simpson’s body was discovered near her West Los Angeles condominium, and Ronald Goldman’s body was found in adjacent shrubbery. Simpson’s highly publicized slow-speed chase and subsequent arrest marked a significant downfall.

O. J. Simpson, a revered figure in American football, earned his fame as a star tailback for the University of Southern California in the late 1960s. He played for the NFL for 11 seasons, during which he spent nine seasons with the Buffalo Bills. Fondly known as “The Juice,” Simpson was a key player on the offensive line, known as “The Electric Company.”

Simpson married Nicole Brown in 1985 and they had two children, Justin and Sydney. The couple divorced in 1992. Simpson’s personal life remained relatively under the radar until a dreadful incident in 1994 that affected both his personal and public life.

In June 1994, a devastating discovery was made near Nicole Brown Simpson’s West Los Angeles condominium. Her body was found near a gate, initiating a shocking narrative that would grip the nation. Not far from the scene, Ronald Goldman’s body was discovered hidden in the shrubbery.

This chilling discovery led to an unforgettable moment in American history. Simpson, the once-admired football hero, was thrust into the limelight as a murder suspect. His arrest, following a slow-speed chase that was broadcast live on TV, marked a drastic fall from grace. From being a revered sports figure, he found himself under national scrutiny, his prior achievements overshadowed by this dark suspicion.

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  1. David Wayne Deel

    April 13, 2024 at 2:07 pm

    If it were me, they wold have locked me up and thrown

    away the key. I believe it was his fame that ‘saved his

    bacon’, if you catch my drift. The statute of justice that

    they made really shows it. If it that blind, we really should

    re-evalluate our judicial system!!!! Oh, that car chase, that

    was the biggest joke that I’ve ever seen !!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Patti Miller

    April 13, 2024 at 2:25 pm

    I heard one of the jurors ruled to acquit as a revenge for what happened with Rodney King. This is the world we live in. Let a killer go free out of spite. Those jurors should be held accountable for their part in the results.

  3. gary kellogg

    April 13, 2024 at 4:12 pm

    There is no question that this despicable man got away with decapitating two beautiful human beings. He should have
    been convicted and received the death sentence.
    This was the biggest travesty in the history of our justice system. Rodney King received a multi-million settlement over the court conviction. Our justice system in this country is doomed since it is focused on IDE.

  4. Linda A Morgan

    April 15, 2024 at 1:36 pm

    He got away with 2 murders. I don’t feel sorry for him, I feel sorry for his children who went through emotional trauma because of him.

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