What can Daryl Hall, Diana Ross, OJ Simpson, and a Mancunian indie band teach us about the summer of 94?
And it's deeper than just skin colour. It's also the systems that make that an issue.
The O.J. Simpson trial has been the focus of Adam Papagan's life for the past decade. His pop-up O.J. museum opens in LA later this month.
After winning parole, the disgraced football star could be released from prison as early as the 1st of October.
Martin Sheen narrates a docuseries aiming to prove O.J. Simpson's innocence.
The Cult returns for 2017 with a man who once ranked among America's most popular sportsmen, but went on to become a full-blown national scandal.
Right down to the same white Bronco.
This eight-hour TV documentary pulls off a ridiculous feat in storytelling and editing, drawing you into a narrative that ought to be exhausted by now.
An extract from Jeffrey Toobin's book asserts that OJ's lawyers knew he was guilty, but decided their best chance of getting an acquittal was "playing the race card".
His 1995 murder trial was all about race, sex, and policing—issues that haven't exactly disappeared from the national radar.
Ted Bundy, OJ Simpson, Timothy McVeigh, Michael Jackson, Rodney King and Martha Stewart – Dr. Elizabeth Loftus has testified on behalf of them all.