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From O.J. Simpson to Stanford sex-assault case, two wrongs don’t produce a right

Assuming O.J. Simpson was guilty of double murder, as most of white America thinks, was it rough justice for a largely black jury to acquit him because the Los Angeles cops had a sorry record of brutalizing blacks, most memorably … Continue reading

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O.J. Simpson is no symbol of injustice

The producers of a 10-part miniseries on the sensational O.J. Simpson murder trial say the time is right to revisit the case. Current headlines bring daily dispatches of confrontations between white law enforcement officers and black civilians, and issues of … Continue reading

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