There’s no denying that the past year has seen a renewed interest in O.J. Simpson and his infamous murder trial — infamously dubbed “the trial of the century.”
“The Juice” was a hit at this year’s award shows, with The People vs. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story nabbing 22 Emmy nominations and five Golden Globes; the success didn’t end their, as an ESPN documentary O.J.: Made in America scored the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature at this year’s Oscars.
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And with O.J. up for parole later this year, there’s no denying that there’s a lot of talk surrounding the one-time NFL pro and his highly publicized case, which ultimately found him not guilty for the 1994 murders of not only his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson, but also her friend Ron Goldman.
Nearly everyone — from the prosecutor, Marcia Clark, to O.J.’s legal “dream team” — has weighed in on the case recently; even various members of the extended Kardashian family has weighed in on what life was like when Robert Kardashian Sr. came out of retirement for the trial more than 20 years ago.
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In her new memoir, Caitlyn Jenner argues that Robert knew his friend was guilty and opted to join his legal team anyway, while Kim Kardashian has previously confessed to snooping on the “evidence” the former Heisman winner (aka her “Uncle O.J.”) left at her late father’s house.
“The new was like, ‘Where is this Louis Vuitton bag?’ And I’m like, ‘Oh, it’s upstairs,’” she told GQ last year. When she peeked inside, she was disappointed by what she found, revealing that it contained “just toiletries and clothes and golf clothes. Just random stuff.”
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After shooting to fame during the height of the trial, prosecutor Marcia Clark stopped working as a special trials lawyer. She continues to contribute legal advice and analysis to the media, and recently called the FX miniseries “awful” and “painful.”
Marcia is portrayed by Sarah Paulson in The People vs. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story.