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Are there discussion questions for it somewhere? As I got older, the case piqued my interest and so I read up a bit about it online. Yet, the book is very well written. After taking this book out I discovered she also writes fiction novels which I’m looking forward to jnoffizielle out. Ironically, the day I’m writing this review is the very day that Casey Anthony was found not guilty O. In the note at the end of the book Clark acknowledges that she wrote this book as a form of catharsis.
No trivia or quizzes yet. The Simpson jury’s middle aged black women aim to ‘right the balance. I can’t read another minute of this because it’s just too depressing.
Simpson started and, being a Brit, heard very little about the case growing up. 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 This case, with its unbelievable innocent verdict, has been fascinating for years.
I would tell her face to face, “Well done! The entire campus dismissed classes early because we were way too distracted to continue. I do now and it sickens me.
I picked this one for book club. View all 5 comments. The reason I read this book was due to the documentary, ‘O. Around the Year i Without a Doubt, by Marcia Clark. The reason I read this book was due to the I was five when the murder trial of O. Marcia Clark’s tale of the O. I am appalled with my own self that I believed that nonsense and an so grateful that I’ve read this book where Marcia Clark tells her own story, and puts it in a more general context of that which had been happening in the US prior to this trial.
I don’t know how Marcia didn’t have a full breakdown throughout all of this.
A activation email has been sent to you. The right thing is justice and in this case it was not served at any level. I hope he’s really, really miserable. It is a refreshing albeit brief look into the Trial of the ’90s and the soap opera of the century, which even a simultaneous return from the dead of both Victor Newman and Stefano DiMera could not have trumped. I remember exactly where I was when I heard the verdict–I was in a college freshman history class, and we stopped down at noon to hear the verdict.
Not only is this book point on about the case, its entertaining. Marcia Clark is a former LA, California deputy district attorney, who was the lead prosecutor in the O.
This probably took me longer to read than any other book I’ve read in awhile. We were still reeling from the Rodney King case and that combined with the media frenzy really consumed everything. The author’s ghost writer does an exceptional job of keeping the narrative moving. The custody battle threatening to take her kids away from her. This was one of the most disgusting miscarriages of justice ever carried out.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Inoffiizelle remember at the time feeling bad for Ronald Goldman’s parents but I didn’t have children then. It brought back the whole context of the Simpson trial to me. After all; if a while police office who was racists had been involved in the case then, even though the blood, DNA and witness statements were overwhelming that it was the fact that a racists was involved in the case that was the most important thing that was sold to the jury by the Dream Team.