The Tragic Hero-- OJ Simpson The Murderer
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O.J. is the star on the field!
Nicole is my lover!!
I declare Mr. O.J. Simpson not guilty.
NFL player, OJ Simpson, is viewed as an idol in the black community of LA and the entire country. He represents hope for those in poverty with big dreams. He became an award winning athlete despite his circumstances. He is viewed as their hero.
We knew he wasn't guilty. He would never kill Nicole!
On June 13, 1994 at approximately 12:10 am. O.J.'s ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson and secret lover, Ronald Goldman were murdered outside of Nicole’s Bundy Drive condominium, in the luxurious Brentwood area of Los Angeles, California.
Someone is haunting me!
O.J. Simpson is very jealous and takes “ownership” of Nicole; he views her as his property and possession. He kills his wife and secret lover in the middle of the night. After several months of investigation in criminal court, the case got acquitted.
O.J. Simpson returns to his home and family with a party. He believes he has been released and freed of his crimes. Is he still the greatest football hero of all time after the court case?
Months later, O.J. begins to experience what seems to be horrible karma. He hears voices in his sleep warning him to take precaution. He wrecks his brand new Ferrari, looses his commercial and advertising jobs, and begins to feel a presence surrounding him.
O.J. Simpson begins to warn others that his life is being destroyed by the return of Nicole. People begin to question whether or not he did commit the murder. The once heroic athlete now becomes a tragic hero living alone with Nicole, the ghost.
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