The clues compellingly point in the affirmative. The factual evidence of OJ Simpson's guilt, although circumstantial, is overwhelming: the bloody glove found at his home, the patterned bloody footprints, the murder weapon in his possession, the cutmarks on his hands, the unaccounted timeline of events, and the gruesomely evocative autopsy photos. Alas, the criminal justice system is not a vehicle for moral justice. Nevertheless, this case was a true watershed moment in criminal justice reform, with profound implications still reverberating today.
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