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Watch: CNN Correspondent Marvels Over OJ Simpson for Being ‘Famous and Black,’ Getting Away with Crime

Orenthal James Simpson died Wednesday at the age of 76 as a man who had never been found guilty of murder.
Civilly liable? Sure, although the families of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman say they have never collected much of that. Shunned by the friends, advertisers and TV networks who, at the time of the killings on June 12, 1994, couldn’t have been more pleased to tout their association with the NFL legend? Of course. But found guilty? No.
But we’re supposed to have the presumption of innocence in our society, right? Simpson was tried in front of a jury of his peers in 1995 and, after a laboriously drawn-out televised spectacle of a trial, was acquitted after a short period of de …

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