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Why OJ Simpson Lost the Civil Trial (Release Date on VHS) 

An unbiased objective account of how and why OJ Simpson lost the civil ligation.
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F. Lee Bailey ... Himself
Orville Bigelow Orville Bigelow ... Himself
Robert Blaiser Robert Blaiser ... Himself
Vincent Bugliosi ... Himself
Marcia Clark ... Herself
Johnnie L. Cochran Jr. ... Himself (as Johnnie Cochran)
Christopher Darden ... Himself
Linda Deutsch Linda Deutsch ... Herself
Mark Fuhrman Mark Fuhrman ... Himself
Peter Gelblum Peter Gelblum ... Himself
Kim Goldman Kim Goldman ... Herself
Patti Goldman Patti Goldman ... Herself
Lance Ito Lance Ito ... Himself
John Kelly John Kelly ... Himself
Bill Kurtis ... Himself
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An unbiased objective account of how and why OJ Simpson lost the civil ligation.

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4 February 2000 (USA) See more »

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O.J. Simpson: [Referring to the Bruno Magli shoes he said he never owned] I would never wear those ugly-ass shoes
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Why OJ Simpson Lost The Civil Trial
9 October 2015 | by a_baronSee all my reviews

So why did Simpson lose the civil case? The real question is however did he get away with the criminal trial? This is the story of the former, and the evidence against Simpson was so absolutely overwhelming that it beggars belief anyone could have had even an unreasonable doubt about his guilt.

The civil trial also saw new evidence, including photographs of the expensive shoes he was wearing at the time of the murder, which were never found, and which Simpson denied owning.

This documentary includes contributions from many people associated with the case, and a discussion of the forensic evidence. The jury awarded the plaintiffs $25 million punitive damages. Afterwards, Fred Goldman offered to tear up the judgment if Simpson would confess to the double murder. Simpson declined, and took another path, one which landed him back behind bars where he belongs.


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