Season 23, Episode 16 The O.J. Verdict

First Aired: October 4, 2005

“The O.J. Verdict” explores reasons why Simpson was acquitted of the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman, and gauges the case's impact 10 years later. Producer Ofra Bikel interviews prosecutors and defense lawyers, including Alan Dershowitz and F. Lee Bailey, and analyzes the media's role. The verdict, Bikel concludes, “cast doubt on the concept of our justice system, and became the event that measured the difference between being black and white in America.”

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