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The Trial of OJ Simpson

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Second of the series of programmes followingthe trial for murder of American footballer, commentator and Naked Gun star 0 J (Orenthal James ) Simpson. He is accused of killing his former wife, Nicole, and herfriend, Ronald Goldman , at her home last
June. Since the spectacular police car chase across Los Angeles that preceded his arrest, reportedly watched on television by 95 million people, the case has obsessed the American public. Nearly every step of it, including the hearing last August, has been televised. Simpson's team of lawyers features Robert Shapiro , whose clients have included Johnny Carson , Christian Brando and Rod Stewart. Using courtroom cameras and interviews, the series follows the week's events in the trial. Presented by British journalist Sue Ellicott.
Series producer Janey Walker

Contributors

Unknown: Orenthal James
Unknown: Ronald Goldman
Unknown: Robert Shapiro
Unknown: Johnny Carson
Unknown: Christian Brando
Unknown: Rod Stewart.
Unknown: Sue Ellicott.

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The Trial of OJ Simpson

BBC Two England, 29 January 1995 21.10






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