I think in my opinion he was guilty of second degree murder at best but my opinion doesn't count, I dont recall but I dont think there was any malice of forethought for first degree. He was found innocent and that was that and I went on my marry little way. Again the only reason that gained any attention was his celebrity status otherwise it would have just been another murder among thousands.<quoted text>
Sure, you know enough about me to call me a bigot that is based on the brief postings I have made on Topix. It's people like you that jump to ridiculous conclusions and judgements that are the one's causing all the problems. You think the justice system can never make a mistake with all the DNA evidence that is releasing many convicted people that have been held in prison for years? Let me take this in a different direction. Since you want to bring race into the discussion, was OJ Simpson actually guilty of murdering Nicole Brown?
My conclusions are based on your actions on here which you actually have frequented very often on this subject. I am not the only one, I hear it day in and day out from people from all walks of life fed up with the whole reverse race crap. The black community and liberals in general did more damage with this case to their cause than they could ever imagine. The NAACP and associated groups have done irreparable damage to their credibility by constantly crying wolf and ignoring every other problem in their own communities, basically they are a joke at this point.
Don't even make comments about judgments when for some reason you think you know every little detail about this shooting as if you were there. I can almost assuredly say that you do not posses the ability to look at any issue involving race objectively.
Yes the justice system makes mistakes but its the only thing we have and it basically was and is in the hands of other citizens. Some cases will go your way and others wont that's just the way it is. The system says the state must prove beyond a reasonable doubt ones guilt, they failed to do this and there was a reasonable doubt to his intentions so they had to come to that verdict, anything else would have been a miscarriage of justice.