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A political commentator not too long ago noted that people require a pyschological balance in their lives.
Among other things, this means that a great evil requires a great villain. The Holocaust, for example, was the greatest evil, but it was caused by Nazi Germany, the greatest villain, so there is balance. 9/11 was a great crime, but Bin laden and Al Qaeda are great criminals that 'balance' it.
But now consider the the assassination of JFK -- a great crime. And yet who is the criminal? Lee Harvey Oswald, a nothing, a loser. That's all out of whack.
And so, to balance it, you have forty years of conspiracy theory.
Now consider the OJ case.
Actually, double murders in the U.S. really aren't that big a deal, unfortunately. It's only thir connection to an African-American celebrity and the resultant racist baggage (from both sides) that causes the actual crimes to rise to the level of 'greatness'.
So a great villain is required. For White America this is not only OJ himself, but Johnny Cochran and the 'racist' jury, and the whole concept of reverse racism and 'special rights' attributed to such by White America.
For African-Americans, the great villain is racist law enforcement, specifically the LAPD, and personified by Mark Fuhrman.
As you well know, I am certain that Brian Gerard kaelin is the true killer.
Unfortunately, Kaelin is as 'unfulfilling' a villain as Lee Harvey Oswald.
That's why I do not expect to live to see the truth found out, though I think it will be. There is, after all, still scholarly historical interest in Lizzie Borden and Sacco & Vanzetti. Sometime in the next generation, perhaps at the urging of an aged Sidney or Justin, Kaelin's DNA -- possibly obtained by exhuming his corpse or his daugher or grandchildren -- will be mathed against preserved evidence for the case, and some perhaps unborn historian will either stumble across my work or duplicate it independently.
OJ Simpson is African-American, and the specific central victim of law enforcement. he can be expected to resist the idea of Kaelin as the murderer not only because the idea does not balance the evil done to him (and, yes, to his race), but also because HE INVITED KAELIN INTO HIS LIFE.
And so OJ will continue to chase after those racist cops who are the real killers, the way DeSoto searched for the Fountain of Youth, and never find it for exactly the same reason...it doesn't exist.
lConsider this posting a 'preface' to my criticism of Jasper's "Iago in Brentwood", which I will be working on and through in July.