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It’s a fricking double murder and the male officers are laughing and joking around with him and he makes “you know how women can be” jokes. The judge did nothing to stop this.
The DA’s office did nothing to stop this. What was it like, orchestrating the most controversial case of her career in the face of the media’s relentles Without a Doubt is not just a book about a trial. Congratulations to Marcia Clark! Even Judge Ito seemed to join in on the overt sexism leading me to the aforesaid alternative title. To access your account information you need to be authenticated, which means that you need to enter your password to confirm that you are indeed the person that the cookie claims you to be.
Everyone has an Opinion on O. Clark’s treatment at the hands of the media and by the American public was nothing short of disgraceful.
Kato Kaelan, the Brown sisters, the howling of the bloodied dog, the racist cop, the bumbling blood experts, etc. The entire campus dismissed classes early because we were way too dws to continue. I know how disgusted I feel right now and how disgusted I felt back inand I’m just an “armchair wa This book was fascinating.
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We see how the case effected her personally, professionally, and emotionally. It’s a very eloquent and in-detail memoir with many insights into her emotional life during that time. Clark and the other public servants do their best against insurmountable odds, knowing in advance that they will lose. There is little joy in the book and the theme is quite morose. How sad that justice could not be properly served by those who, for so many reasons, felt it more important to protect a famous man who happened to have black skin but neither connections or real interest in black people and their issues.
She put her blood, sweat, and tears into that case.
Even more important she lays out the truths of the case from racism of the defense to the incompetent, ego-drive Judge Ito. The stress often threatens to overwhelm her.
I hope he’s really, really miserable. Mar 22, Mike rated it really liked it. Read it in small doses, though, because buhc depressing to see the overwhelming evidence and know what the outcome was going to be. Want to Inoffiziellle Currently Reading Read. At the time, I paid little attention to it because I knew from the beginning that he would get off, and it was too painful, so I minimized my exposure.
Aug 30, Jeanette De Jesus rated it really liked it.
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Facing misogyny at every level, from the media, to the judge, and far too many people in between. I was firmly convinced that Simpson was giving the pat-tv a gigantic ‘screw you’ through his Ioffizielle ‘Dream Team’ who were anything but effective legal scholars, trumped only in their ineptness by Ito, who was a dunderhead of the highest order. Jul 12, Bonnie rated it it was amazing. I was young while this was going on and I, as many others, focused more on the racial aspects of the case than anything.
Also, inoffiziel,e helped me explain who OJ Simpson really was – a demi sporting god. This book captures a moment when things went so horribly wrong, looks at the reasons why and asks for change. In my opinion the evidence irrefutably proves that Simpson was the murderer of Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman, but so many, dae things about this trial were wrong – from Judge Ito’s permissiveness, to the underhanded way the defense team operated, to errors and missteps made by the prosecution, to of course Furhman’s perjury.
Even more important she lays out the truths of the case fr Being in my earlier ages during the Simpson trial, I’ve since been intrigued by the case that gripped the nation.
Without a Doubt by Marcia Clark
I have long admired Marcia Clark as she was thrust into chaos and maintained her integrity throughout the ordeal. I was interested to hear about the trial from Marcia Clark’s point of inoffiziel,e more than any other person involved in the trial. Ironically, the day I’m writing this review is the very day that Casey Anthony was found not guilty O.
And the women jurors who had no problem letting him go despite all of the evidence blow my mind. She did go through a lot, that’s for sure and I am amazed at how she never gave up. Clark defined herself both professionally and personally and how the OJ trial impacted both definitions.
Pay-tg racism and race riots and then an African American demi god was involved in the murder of his estranged white wife. Without a doubt pun intended Marcia Clark is a woman with fortitude, perseverance and a lot of pluck. Pay-tg book really brings home just what a big deal it was that so many respectable people Barry Scheck, Alan Dershowitz, for example jumped on the flimsiest pretexts to prostitute themselves for him.
It is heartbreaking, infuriating, sad and confusing at times. Of all the books I read of the ‘Trial of the Century’ this is my favorite.
This book humbled me by the amount of work that Ms Clark had to do whilst, in secret, going through a divorce and ensuring custody of her children, working all day, researching all night and co-ordinating the prosecution huch.