Please Say It Ain’t So

25 Oct

Sociopaths do some very bizarre things. Things that make you scratch your head and say, “What?” And sometimes they do things that absolutely proves their sociopathy. Like selling the weapon you used to murder your ex-wife and an innocent bystander.

Were it not for the fact that OJ is a sociopath–in my opinion–I might dismiss this story as just another crazy report. But, this just might be true. I hope not, but it wouldn’t surprise me.

The article poses the question: “How could he possibly have hidden it from police then and held onto it for this long?”

How did he hide it? Some feel it was in OJ’s small black duffle bag. Others point to the hang up bag Kardashian carried for OJ, who was returning from Chicago the day after the murders. It was likely in one of these two bags, along with OJ’s bloody jump suit and those ugly-ass Bruno Magli shoes. Remember, this was pre-911. It was easy to carry knives and bloody clothes on and off a plane. We might never know what actually happened but none of these items were ever seen again and Kardashian, not a criminal defense attorney, was placed on OJ’s defense team. Makes a subpoena directed at him impossible. That attorney-client privilege thing.


Robert Kardashian and OJ


I hope this story isn’t true but it wouldn’t surprise me in the least.


7 responses to “Please Say It Ain’t So

  1. Brenda

    October 25, 2012 at 3:35 pm

    Like you, I could believe he was trying to sell the actual murder weapon. He had all those opportunities you mention to stash it & is egomaniacal enough to do it.

    The first four days or so I actually thought OJ was innocent. But I IMMEDIATELY KNEW he was guilty that first week when he did that news announcement in which he was supposed to talk about looking for the “real murderer” but used turns of phrase that only a murderer would use.

    I’ve never heard anyone refer to that before but I never wavered or had doubt that he did it from that moment on even before the evidence showed he did it and I have never understood how anyone else could have doubt that he did it after hearing his turn of phrase. It is interesting to me how the guilty can’t quite use the turn of phrase an innocent person really concerned about finding an actual murderer would use. (And that is even taking into account this was an ex-wife; an innocent person would have been truly horrified & also interested in finding out who killed an innocent young man who just was in the wrong place & wrong time.)


  2. Pat Marinelli

    October 25, 2012 at 6:21 pm

    Doug, I wanted to leave a comment, but honestly, I’m speachless except that I agree with you. I wouldn’t be surprised either.


  3. D. L. Stewart

    October 25, 2012 at 9:45 pm

    O.J. is a sociopath. Last I heard, 25% of the population are sociopaths. I guess that means: if you know 100 people; 25 may be sociopaths. That’s scary.


  4. Teresa Reasor

    October 26, 2012 at 6:51 am

    I hate to say that nothing surprises me anymore. With children killing children over bike parts. And the latest teenager dismemberment in the papers. What’s one more psychopath going free.


  5. MB

    November 7, 2012 at 7:32 pm

    He could confess, fully, if he is guilty. He could not be tried again. Double jeopardy. I think he just likes the “game.” Very Bundy-ish, if you ask me.


    • Equalizer

      November 8, 2012 at 7:25 am

      Me thinks he gets a ‘rush’ from not having to ‘pay’ for his deed. . . Wonder if he ever relives the crime in his mind.


      • MB

        November 8, 2012 at 8:04 am

        I would think he relives it in his mind, if he is guilty, and I believe he is guilty. (Method/Motive/Opportunity) I don’t personally believe his reliving of this particular crime is solely based on his perhaps having an entirely Sociopathic personality, that is to say a certain “pride” in his “achieivement.” I do believe that lurking somewhere inside his mind he feels at least a tinge of remorse….regret not for having been caught; technically, he wasn’t, but more for having allegedly executed the crimes in the first place. I think, in his own way, he’s trying to confess, but is still fearful of his image. O.J. doesn’t seem to understand, or refuses to understand, his image couldn’t be more damaged.



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