If America had paid attention to what was really going on at the O.J. Simpson murder trial, says Courtney B. Vance, we might not be suffering the trouble and the death we see in our cities two decades later.
Apparently, that chip on Darden's shoulder is still there, because now, nearly 17 years later, Darden alleges that Johnnie Cochran, who died five years ago from brain cancer, manipulated the glove and therefore the case. It's a pity, really.
Perplexing verdicts, such as from the Casey Anthony case, are a frequent occurrence for Americans, Angelenos included. We accept that they are just part of our judicial system and hope that one day justice will be served.