Shame on you! I was a UCLA student when OJ Simpson was convicted; I am a black American and was very politicized when that verdict came down. I cheered. I was pleased. I have never, ever been so ashamed of a public action in my life. I pray my military service, community service, stable and loving family and example offer some balance to the pain that the Ron and Nicole's families lived through during that trial. The courts got this wrong and the Doc got away with murder. You should delete this post before you indirectly cause that family of Alix's more harm than the jury already has. Human justice is imperfect and it utterly broke down and failed in this instance. No need to rationalize, and certainly not to publicize a weak --- podcast!
This is a bunch of crap, he was drunk! He left the scene. Did you see the damage to his car? There is no way he didn't have a pretty good idea about what he did and that's why he didn't get out of his car and check. If it was just a horrible accident and he had nothing to hide he would have. I'm curious to know if you'd feel this way if it was someone you loved that was struck by this man and he did exactly what he did and was found not guilty?