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Beats not pulling over. A family friend and founder/owner of Peddlar's Village in Bucks County, died in a 1-car accident, about 20 years ago. Suspicion at the time was he probably had a heart attack while driving, causing the crash that killed him.
 
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Beats not pulling over. A family friend and founder/owner of Peddlar's Village in Bucks County, died in a 1-car accident, about 20 years ago. Suspicion at the time was he probably had a heart attack while driving, causing the crash that killed him.
Earl Jamison?
 
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Earl Jamison?
Yes. My mom was good friends with his wife, Sheila. Not sure if they still keep in touch, or if Sheila is even still alive, that was a few years back.
 
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speaking of dead people...
not sure we'll ever know but something was sure fishy about that JFK shooting.
what a horrible time for our country. I was 13 and it was the first time I had understood what
danger there was out there. Someone killed our President!
Worse it was my sister's birthday, so I'll
never forget to be reminded on November 22.

I was a kid on a farm, super safe area, totally isolated from the world's realities.
and then we went to public school, learned to hide under a desk and listen to the air raid siren.
by then we knew there was a lot of danger out there.
 
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He's getting his now 😆 gloves didn't fit OJ, oh so sorry, be free. oh wait, so sorry again, you get to rot in hell.

Of course the jurists now admitting they were ”getting payback for Rodney King” had nothing to do with the outcome. :rolleyes:


“I thought that was so bush league,” he said. “It became apparent to me in my mind that he was probably the person that went over there and killed those people.”


Cryer is perhaps best known as the juror who gave Simpson a black power salute -- a raised fist -- as he left the courtroom after the verdict was announced.

“It was only to say to Mr. Simpson ... ‘Hey man, enjoy your life, go back and be a real person again, because really, truthfully this was a blessing to you that we gave you here,’” Cryer said. “I wanted to try to let him know how I felt about it, really, about him and about the fact that he had been acquitted.”


I don’t know how people can do these things and live with themselves. Letting someone off in a murder trial because of their skin color is reprehensible.
 
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The main reason he got off is mostly because of Mark Fuhrman, in my opinion....

"Mark Fuhrman (born February 5, 1952) is a former detective of the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD). He is primarily known for his part in the investigation of the 1994 murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman in the O. J. Simpson murder case.

In 1995, Fuhrman was called to testify regarding his discovery of evidence in the Simpson case, including a bloody glove recovered at Simpson's estate. During the trial, witnesses claimed that during the 1980s, Fuhrman frequently described African Americans with a racist epithet, claims he denied. In response, Simpson's defense team produced recorded interviews with Fuhrman and witnesses proved that he had repeatedly used racist language during those interviews.[2] As a result, the defense claimed that Fuhrman had committed perjury and was not a credible witness. The credibility of the prosecution has been cited as one reason Simpson was acquitted.[3] The defense claimed that Fuhrman planted key evidence as part of a racially motivated plot against Simpson. When asked under oath (with the jury not present), Fuhrman declined to answer all questions, invoking his Fifth Amendment right. These questions included whether he planted or manufactured evidence."

Once you have a cop that's lied as one of your star witnesses, it's all over.

We had a local triple murder here back in the 80's. My wife babysat one of the victims in the 70s. The alleged murder was tried three times. After the 3rd mistrial and before the 4th trial, it came out that the lead investigator was caught lying in other cases. Once his credibility was toast, so was every case he'd ever been involved with and there never was a 4th trial. And they had to go back and review many cases that the lead investigator was involved with. He was fired. Some cases overturned. Sad all the way around.

So now that we know jurists knew he was guilty and let him off from a double homicide of 2 innocent people, does it really matter that Mark Furman said the “N word” or lied?

Like really? The guy is a liar, so we let a double murderer walk free? I agree the guy was a liar, but “justice” is to let OJ walk free?

This is a sick country with a polluted justice system that need reform.
 
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Of course the jurists now admitting they were ”getting payback for Rodney King” had nothing to do with the outcome. :rolleyes:


“I thought that was so bush league,” he said. “It became apparent to me in my mind that he was probably the person that went over there and killed those people.”


Cryer is perhaps best known as the juror who gave Simpson a black power salute -- a raised fist -- as he left the courtroom after the verdict was announced.

“It was only to say to Mr. Simpson ... ‘Hey man, enjoy your life, go back and be a real person again, because really, truthfully this was a blessing to you that we gave you here,’” Cryer said. “I wanted to try to let him know how I felt about it, really, about him and about the fact that he had been acquitted.”


I don’t know how people can do these things and live with themselves. Letting someone off in a murder trial because of their skin color is reprehensible.
Well, he only got away with it for a little while. Now he has eternity looking him in the eye. You can't fool God, He saw what happened.
 
 
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