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Angela Davis and O.J. Simpson are two of the most famous people in America to have been tried for murder and acquitted.

Here’s a question: 50 years after Judge Harold Haley had his head blown off by a shotgun purchased by Dr. Angela Davis two days before, is there even a theory explaining how Davis could not have committed felony murder?

Of course, in the opinion of the jury, the prosecution failed to prove Davis was involved in murder beyond a reasonable doubt, just as the jury felt that the prosecution failed to prove Simpson was a murderer beyond a reasonable doubt.

But … I at least hear clever theories excusing OJ from his supporters, but not from Angela Davis’s many fans, who tend to be better placed in the media.

There aren’t any plausible theories for OJ’s innocence, but at least a few new ones have been generated, like he was taking the rap for a loved one.

For Angela Davis, I haven’t heard any theories rationalizing how the murder weapon she bought 2 days earlier got into the hands of her imprisoned boyfriend’s 17-year-old brother without her being culpable.

Sure, you or I could say that young Jonathan Jackson stole the murder weapon from Davis, but, as far as I know, she has never said the younger Jackson was a thief. Instead, she seems to want him remembered as a martyr to international communism’s struggle with white supremacy or whatever.

Or you could argue that somebody else was the brains behind the operation and Davis, who was a student of Herbert Marcuse and earned a Ph.D. in philosophy at a famous East German university in Berlin, was just a dupe, a dimwitted patsy outsmarted by, say, a 17 year old.

I mean, say what you want about the tenets of this contention, but at least it’s a theory.

In contrast, Angela Davis’ many admirers in the media and academia never seem to use their positions of influence to advance alternative theories about what really happened in August 1970. Instead, the whole topic of the judge’s head being blown off with Dr. Davis’s shotgun just … never … comes up. It would be … unseemly to mention the decapitated judge, so the media just ignores the whole thing as if it never happened.

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  1. How often do crimes committed by blacks come up in admiring articles about them?

    • Agree: NickG
    • Replies: @bomag
    , @SunBakedSuburb
    , @Cato
  2. Eh, “Nicole liked to party, and she got caught on the wrong side of a cocaine dealer in LA” seems at least plausible Steve.

    But for all of the evidence O.J. committed the double murders, it’s something that you’d at least investigate.

    Double murder and other assorted felonies aside, O.J. is on twitter @TheRealOJ32 (not verified, though he posts impromptu videos of himself) and is back to his old affable, Hertz Rent-A-Car commercial self.

    I suppose Davis is celebrated more for the crimes she committed than in spite of them, and “revolutionary violence” is a resume enhancer in academia even when you get your reputation laundered as a “distinguished professor” at the same time.

  3. That is one ugly profile picture.
    If that’s the best the NYT could do, I hope that thing is never within three states of me or my family.
    (Yeah, I married for looks. And three kids and twenty seven years later, she’s still gorgeous.)

    • Replies: @Redman
    , @Kronos
  4. Anonymous[225] • Disclaimer says:

    “Racism” is an accepted global norm, to protect people’s lives, cultures and prosperity from threats. Only white people are denied borders and homogeneity, those are exclusively nonwhite privileges. This isn’t “antiracism”, it’s antiwhiteism.

    “Racism” keeps the Japanese from being butchered by Africans, blown up/”groomed” by Pakistanis, losing their quality of life and culture to Indians and Chinese.

    “Racism” kept white South African women and children from being gangraped and tortured to death.

    “Racism” would have kept Channon Christian, Christopher Newsom, and Cannon Hinnant alive.

    “Antiracist” is just antiwhite. One-way mass immigration and assimilation is not “diversity”, it’s genocide.

    • Agree: Old Prude
  5. Here’s a question: 50 years after Judge Harold Haley had his head blown off by a shotgun purchased by Dr. Angela Davis two days before, is there even a theory explaining how Davis could not have committed felony murder?

    Sure. Buying a shotgun isn’t a felony.

  6. In contrast, Angela Davis’ many admirers in the media and academia never seem to use their positions of influence to advance alternative theories about what really happened in August 1970. Instead, the whole topic of the judge’s head being blown off with Dr. Davis’s shotgun just … never … comes up.

    Steve there’s no way to dance around it. America has been hijacked by nasty minoritarians.

    There isn’t any need for any of it to make sense. White gentiles building a rich prosperous nation are evil because …. blah, blah, blah, blah, blah … so we get to take it.


    “As a political leader, she was attacked, hunted and imprisoned; she dared to stand against a racist system. She’s seen and witnessed it all, and she continues to inspire, educate and resist oppression”

    Take that nonsense in. If the “system” is so “racist” why is she still here? No one’s holding blacks down on the plantation. They don’t over produce, they over consume. At the very least, why not a separate black nation?

    But none of that was the point. The point was to assault the right of the people who built the nation to live their lives as they wish, enjoy the prosperity they built and govern themselves.

    • Agree: Redman
    • Replies: @Steve from Detroit
  7. anon[169] • Disclaimer says:

    John Brown cut off people’s heads with a sword. Hawthorne said of him, “Never was a man more justly hanged.” But to the abolitionists then and now he was a hero and the severed heads just don’t exist.
    Same with Nat Turner – he killed women and children, but they don’t exist.
    Likewise since Judge Haley doesn’t exist, it’s easy to fawn over Angela Davis and chat with her at the faculty mixer.
    In fairness to the degenerate Left, this kind of crude hypocrisy is typical of all the degenerate sides in politics.
    It’s no different than Lt. Calley being welcome at the Rotary luncheon today.

    • Agree: NickG
    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
  8. If we weren’t living in a Clown World, Judge Harold Haley would be as well remembered at Emmett Till.

  9. Anonymous[285] • Disclaimer says:

    Somewhat Off Topic:

    In the future, everyone will be Sinaed O’Conner for 15 minutes…

  10. Anon[194] • Disclaimer says:

    There’s no way OJ did it. The gloves didn’t fit, the glove behind his guesthouse was dry when supposedly found (and therefore planted), the tiny drop of blood in the foyer of his home was contaminated with EDTA, no blood was found anywhere else inside the house, including anywhere on carpet on the stairs or in his upstairs bedroom, where the prosecution says he went. Nor were any eugenia leaves/berries found anywhere in the house despite OJ’s supposedly having dropped his glove in the corridor that was utterly littered with them, and having climbed through them to jump the fence.

    No one who has thoroughly studied the case thinks he did it. And why should we? Consider the implications: the Aryan O.J. Simpson vs. a Semitic prosecution, in which O.J. is subjected to every disgusting trope that high profile white men now face in the light of accusations made by drug addled prostitutes. O.J. is accused of domestic violence by a woman who gives oral sex to strange men in the home where her children sleep (#MeToo). The police and the prosecution have a demonstrated racial contempt for him. O.J. is loved and adored by white America, hated by blacks for acting white, and by Jews:

    If you take the side of LAPD and Marcia Clark just because O.J. is black (or, from the prosecution’s perspective, an Old American white), you have no real credibility pushing pro-Trump conspiracy theories, or pro-Derek Chauvin conspiracies, etc. O.J. is the case of a man who was genuinely accused of something he didn’t do, and heroically triumphed abainst the feminist Jewish media’s lies against him — with a 100% authentically old American legal team. He was one of the great American victories against the New American onslaught on our cultural values and sanity.

    I strongly advise everyone reading this to visit the Youtube channel of Brian Weiss (Veritas) for thorough debunking of the prosecution’s lies against OJ:

  11. Cortes says:
    @Ben tillman

    Being in constant company throughout the two days of the teenager who supposedly abstracted the weapon from her and sawed-off its barrels totally without her being aware thereof and who rode around with her in a vehicle while dressed in a long coat in searing temperatures the better to conceal possession of said weapon is quite the feat for such an acute intellectual as Davis. Let’s hope she feels shame every single day.

  12. Anonymous[337] • Disclaimer says:
    @Buffalo Joe

    Steverinoz more a Lewie Till guy..

  13. There is no proof that OJ is guilty. There is also no proof he is innocent. A stronger case could be made against his son or his sister. Even the Columbia drug dealers killed her by mistake has credibility.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @TTSSYF
    , @tyrone
  14. George says:

    “she has never said the younger Jackson was a thief. ”

    I doubt she testified at the trial or made any statements to police.

    1) She might have been a government informant, which would explain a lot.
    2) At the current time she is sort of like an enemy combatant after the war is over.
    3) Maybe she bought the gun, her right as an American, because she feared the KKK, how could she know the crazy kid would shoot up a court room. Why isn’t Adam ‘Sandy Hook’ Lanza’s mom in jail?

    • LOL: Redman
    • Replies: @Alfa158
  15. Angie was part of a trio that has almost certainly assured Brandeis University a permanent record for number of alumnae concurrently on the FBI’s Most Wanted List: Angela Yvonne Davis, Katherine Ann Powers, Susan Edith Saxe. All were guilty of felony homicide. Only Powers has ever expressed any sincere remorse for her responsibility in the death of another human being. Go Judges!!!

  16. Anonymous[285] • Disclaimer says:

    Meanwhile, angry Black Americans are in Huntington Beach today, learning the locals about BLM:

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  17. anon[134] • Disclaimer says:

    Let me try – something something Judge Haley something White Privilege something Racism something George Jackson something something?

    I’m sure some Boomerfans of Steel Pulse and Bobby Zimmerman can fill in the blanks.

  18. J.Ross says:
    @Ben tillman

    Pretty sure a straw purchase is.

  19. @Alec Leamas Remote

    I suppose Davis is celebrated more for the crimes she committed than in spite of them, and “revolutionary violence” is a resume enhancer in academia even when you get your reputation laundered as a “distinguished professor” at the same time.


    As usual, Steve supposes too much credit to those whom he interrogates. To them, killing a straight white male judge is not actually a crime, so there is no need for any alternative theories about the culpability of those involved. Nicole Simpson may have been white but she married a black man and was a woman, so they at least have to pretend that there is a way that her black husband didn’t kill her.

    Note that if you blow a judge’s head off today, that judge will probably be a woman or ethnic or some kind sexual deviant, or in any case that judge is likely working for the people who blew Judge Harold Haley’s head off rather than against them, so that your act will once again be treated as an actual crime and you will be sentenced to death. So don’t go getting any ideas from the example of Ms. Prof. Davis …

    … unless you’re an aggrieved minority and the judge is a straight white male, in which case it’s probably still fine.

    • Agree: bomag
  20. Anonymous[257] • Disclaimer says:

    Don’t forget, 10 other people were killed that day in August 1970 in the Marin County Courthouse.

    Another thing to remember, her communist mother sent her north to live with a communist civil rights activist Quaker family and attend the infamous “Little Red Schoolhouse, Jewish communist Elizabeth Irwin High School NYC and then, can you guess????

    Jewish Brandeis University where her communist indoctrination was completed. Every. Single. Time.

  21. @Ben tillman

    ‘Sure. Buying a shotgun isn’t a felony.’

    Neither is shooting it. That becomes a function of your intention — like when you buy it.

  22. Isn’t it a little repetitive to waste time with unreasonably acquitted/remembered/canonized blacks? Isn’t this all a variation on Emmitt Till/Arbery/Michael Brown/George Floyd/whoever’s next?

    Let’s go to the big picture, shall we? What’s the common element here? What should we do about it?

  23. @Ben tillman

    It is if it is a component part of a plan to murder someone.

    • Replies: @Ben tillman
  24. Fans of both OJ AND Angela take a secret pride that their hero did the crime but not the time. Both struck out against oppression! Davis fighting for freedom against a racist system,and OJ striking out,uhm, against racist something…

    • Agree: TTSSYF
    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
  25. OT:

    Uh, apparently Millennial Millie and friends have been extremely busy infiltrating one segment of the United States’ Red Guard:

    Millie Weaver Releases Trailer to #SunriseExposed – The Coordinated Leftist Assault Against America AND IT IS POWERFUL!

    Note that the trailer shows this org’s fundraising director mention the, “Open Society Foundation,” as a major contributor.

    Not good!

  26. SFG says:

    Davis, who was a student of Herbert Marcuse and earned a Ph.D. in philosophy at a famous East German university in Berlin, was just a dupe, a dimwitted patsy outsmarted by, say, a 17 year old.

    Actually, I’d find that in and of itself quite credible. There are numerous cases of ‘intellectual yet idiots’, ‘clever sillies’, ‘absent minded professors’, and the like. A collection of ancient Greek jokes that was discovered a few years ago had joke about the scholastikos, a philosopher lacking common sense.

    Granted given her politics (‘shoot the pigs’ and the like) I think *in this particular case* there’s a good chance she was in on it, but professors with no common sense are common enough to be a trope.

    • Agree: Ben tillman, Buffalo Joe
    • Replies: @Anonymous
  27. Anonymous[144] • Disclaimer says:

    Angela Davis has killed more black men than the California lethal injection needle.

    No joke. She’s ahead 3-2. (The three black men who died because of the courthouse raid.)

    Not to mention that Jonathan Jackson, the guy who ended up with Angela Davis’ guns, was only 17 years old. How many twitter blue checks have given Kyle Rittenhouse a bunch of crap for being 17 years old and armed with a gun?

  28. @Almost Missouri

    Good point about judges. Other than the rather short list of Federalist Society approved lawyers who wind up in conversation to be Supreme Court justices when Republicans are in office, I’d imagine the left would treat judge murder as a horrendous sign of barbarism. The left finds judges to be definitely One of Them. Degreed, credentialed, imperious, prone to delusions of grandeur: all good for the cocktail set these days.

    And if the Black Panthers who killed judges in the 1970s and mau mau’ed the courts then now become judges, so much the better. No, you couldn’t kill a judge these days.

  29. Angela Davis was acquitted of felony murder in the early ’70’s, not the best time for black militants to be facing trial in this (still essentially conservative) country.

    So, when you suggest that “[i]t would be…unseemly to mention the decapitated judge, so the media just ignores the whole thing as if it never happened,” you’re forgetting what would happen to any media figure who actually mentioned the decapitated judge, and managed to connect his murder with the shotgun Angela Davis bought not two days before. Miss Davis would get another gun, hunt down the “guilty” media person, and shoot him or her in cold blood. But times have changed, and Miss Davis would no longer be the scrappy underdog, fighting The Man.

    Defended by the finest pro bono counsel Paul Weiss and/or Covington & Burling could furnish, Davis would surely be acquitted, or, at worst, find multiple juries hung and unable to reach unanimous verdicts. Better yet, if she were fortunate enough to commit her murder within San Francisco, Chicago or St. Louis city limits, she might never be charged at all.

    Best, then, to let sleeping pit bulls lie.

  30. njguy73 says:

    Dis anyone check out the Time 100 for this year?

    I’m a pretty clued-in guy, and a third of the names meant nothing to me. Another third were people I’ve heard of, but would not call influential. If they were subjects on To Tell The Truth, the panel would have their work cut out for them.

    I’m starting to think that the whole idea of having mass cultural influence may be obsolete.

    • Agree: Redman
    • Replies: @Escher
    , @Known Fact
    , @Redman
  31. @Almost Missouri

    that judge will probably be a woman or ethnic or some kind sexual deviant,

    And the co-directors of the biopic will be all three.

  32. @Anonymous

    Just up on Quora,com:

    As a Republican, how will you feel if Trump unequivocally loses to Biden in November?

    I will rage. I will loot and burn businesses. I will set fires to major cities. I will join mobs and attack innocent people. I will dress up like a human penis. I will call for the impeachment of Joe Biden. I will demand a recount. I will post lies about Biden for the next four years and then I will engage in massive voter fraud to make sure Biden doesn’t get a second term.

    Oh, wait. I believe in the Constitution. That’s right. Forgot for a moment. I am reasonable.

    So I guess I’ll just go to work and look forward to the next election!

    The author’s name is Sakamoto. Obviously “adjacent to white”.

    • Replies: @iDeplorable
    , @Georgia
  33. 216 says:

    The mob eats its own

    Young white men are under tremendous cultural pressure to cuck out, and become as big BLM shills as their female peers.

    They can’t hold out for ever, they need state power for collective self defense.

    • Replies: @Charon
  34. @Ben tillman

    Note to non-lawyers: Felony murder is a charge that arises from an unplanned death that results from the commission of an inherently dangerous felony. For example, if you and your brother rob a convenience store, and the clerk shoots and kills your brother, *you* are guilty of murder.

    In the Davis case, the facts don’t seem to fit the definition of felony murder That doesn’t mean, however, that she’s not guilty of murder and conspiracy.

    • Agree: Redman
    • Thanks: Kronos
    • Replies: @Julian of Norwich
  35. @Buffalo Joe

    Judge Harold Haley would be as well remembered at Emmett Till.

    Still can’t believe honky had the balls to go “Ah-OOO-gah! Ah-OOO-gah!” at that one fine-ass sista and then yank on her afro.

    • LOL: Charon, Buffalo Joe
  36. @Father O'Hara

    Racist blondes who steal a black woman’s husband.

    • LOL: Charon
    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
  37. @Anon

    See, people have OJ theories.

  38. Escher says:

    Very soon the name “Time magazine” will mean nothing to most people as well.

    • Agree: Ben tillman
    • Replies: @Known Fact
    , @FPD72
  39. Anonymous[257] • Disclaimer says:

    She and the shooter’s brother, San Quentin inmate George Jackson exchanged fervent love letters. She was the frumpy school marm madly in love with the bad boy. Consensus at the time was convict Jackson was using her.

    Long before the Marin county shoot out, the Jew press made her into a Joan of Arc. She was some kind of assistant instructor at UCLA when one faction of the black students club killed members of another faction of the black students club. A shoot out in the middle of the day. She was involved with the killers. She was fired The Jew press considered that wrong.

    Almost 60 years later same old same old.

  40. B.B.B. says:

    I will give you a theory, although I cannot prove it. And Robert Mueller can’t prove it is wrong, either.

    I was in Vienna for study-abroad my junior year, in 1971-72. Davis was on trial in that period.

    I watched the May Day Parade in Vienna. May Day is a city holiday, and the Reds took over the famous Ring Strausse for a big parade, celebrating the wonders of the USSR and state central planning.

    An entire contingent of marchers had banners of Davis, celebrating her as a victim of US white capitalist hegemony, or something.

    It occurred to me that the Communist Party could have set her up deliberately to be a martyr. I could see it. The CP tells her to buy weapons and store them. Agents of the CP burglarize her house and take the weapons, giving them to terrorists. After the murders Davis realizes she has been set up, but she is not going to help the police get the killers (she has figured out the CP did it). But she is not going to betray her Party even if it betrayed her. See “Darkness At Noon.”

    She goes on the lam.

    The CP figures she will get blamed and get convicted. She would have been a Cause. The gift of martyrdom keeps on giving (like Emmett Till). The world’s Marxists worked to make her a cause. It was a disappointment to the CP she beat the rap.

    She doesn’t get to play the Martyr card, but she has a lifetime of playing the Victim card, despite collecting checks from the government all her life.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  41. guest says:

    O.J. took the rap for a loved one? Unless it was an identical twin, how is that possible? Given that his blood was all over the place.

    Say his son was the real killer. Okay, they share DNA. But only 50%. You can’t just pretend O.J. and his non-clone son have the same blood.

    Is there a theory whereby O.J. framed himself–L.A. police detective-style–by spraying blood all over the place? That might explain his low-energy car chase.

    Btw, Angela Davis being considered anything but a traitor is pure Who/Whom. And very dèclassè.

  42. @Anon

    I used to view the evidence much as you do, bro, but the problem is that little book Mr. Simpson wrote, “If I Did It” along with the interview of him shilling for the book where he lapses from the third to the first person.

    If Howard Goldman would have just “come up for air” once in a while, and if Christopher Darden would have brought himself to listen to the interview in question rather than suppress it, actually Mr. Darden eventually forced himself to listen to what he assumed would be a self-serving video, and Darden’s reaction was along the lines, of, “Holy Cow, if he had said anything like that in defense of himself at the trial, I could have put him away.”

    Yeah, yeah and yeah, what prosecutors regard as an admission of guilt is much thinner gruel than what we would regard as such an admission. As a presidential candidate likes to say, “c’mon man”, Mr. Simpson is that much of a weak intellect that he is confessing to the whole thing.

    The other thing about Mr. Simpson is that he never does anything alone, he has a posse of his friends, whether it was A. C. driving him down the Freeway during the “Low-speed Chase” or that gang of losers in the hotel room where he was trying to get his Heisman Trophy back.

    In “If I Did It”, he mentions an accomplice, and the LAPD and Garcetti the Elder and Marcia Clark and Chris Darden never pursued that angle. So everything Mr. Simpson says admitting guilt is true rather than a yarn whereas the existence of the accomplice is a self-serving fable?

    You mean there is someone else out there, an Angela Davis to the 17-year-old-triggerman or perhaps the 17-year-old to Professor Davis who “knows something” about this case? If there is such a person, and as I say, I base it O.J.’s M.O., if not for justice reasons at least for “historical closure”, would it not be worth finding that person and getting their story?

  43. Alfa158 says:

    Umm, because Mrs. Lanza is dead?

  44. @Escher

    At this rate, “magazine” itself will mean nothing to most people.

  45. @Anon

    “[T]he Aryan O.J. Simpson vs. a Semitic prosecution”? Simpson had “a 100% authentically old American legal team”? With Sons of the American Revolution members like Robert Shapiro, Alan Dershowitz, Barry Scheck & Peter Neufeld? Not to mention Johnnie Cochran.

    To paraphrase Rob Reiner’s mother, “I’ll have what you’re having. Make it a double.”

    • Replies: @Anon
    , @TTSSYF
  46. @njguy73

    The Time 100 has about sunk to the level of those Who’s Who publications that inform you via e-mail you’ve been honored with inclusion — for a nominal fee.

    • LOL: Hibernian
  47. @Anon

    You omitted the part where a wookie would never move to Endor.

  48. JohnnyD says:

    Angela Davis was also notorious for defending the imprisonment of dissidents in the Soviet Union. Someone should asked her about this the next time she’s giving a $10,000 speech about abolishing prisons. It’s almost as if Davis is fine with imprisoning people she doesn’t like.

    • Agree: Hibernian
  49. Athansius says:

    Steve, you’re saying these mean things about a Lenin Prize winner.

    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
  50. Redman says:

    What I want to know is why she looks just like my Ukrainian Great Aunt Dora? And I can’t find a single picture of her dad Frank Davis anywhere on the net.

    I think she may be part Ukrainian. If only I could find out anything about her father who has been whitewashed out of her history for some reason.

  51. Anon[194] • Disclaimer says:
    @Gary in Gramercy

    “[T]he Aryan O.J. Simpson vs. a Semitic prosecution”?

    Your Russian origin has slipped, my friend. No Westerner would have capitalized that [T] but, a Russian would.

    5. In Russian language we capitalize first word after colon Like in this example with direct speech: Вытеснив меня в кухню, Болеслав шепотом сказал: «Это человек из Парижа, с важным поручением, ему необходимо видеть Короленко, так вы идите, устройте это…» (М. Горький). a veritable breeeing ground for Russian trolls pretending to be Anglo Americans.

  52. Kronos says:

    But … I at least hear clever theories excusing OJ from his supporters, but not from Angela Davis’s many fans, who tend to be better placed in the media.

    But the OJ Simpson case was much more publicized than Angela’s. The people who remember the latter’s case are relatively small and often college educated. That’s the exact opposite with OJ Simpson’s trial.

    The OJ Simpson case is quite exceptional for two reasons:

    1) The incident was the equivalent to the Crown Heights Riots for the West Coast. Remember, Nichole (Brown) Simpson was of high-end Jewish decent. (OJ’s lawyer Robert Shapiro received a lot of flack for helping a black man get away with murdering a member of the tribe.) But in this case the black community “won” for whatever it was worth. I think the Simpson divorce and eventual murder best captures the disintegration of the Black-Jewish political alliance; Both in LA and nationally.

    2) I can’t prove it, but it looks like OJ Simpson’s PR legal strategy was largely inspired by the 1913 Leo Frank case. That this PR war engine was retrofitted for complaining against systemic racism against blacks, not antisemitism. I think many Jewish lawyers were highly unnerved that either Robert Shapiro (or more likely Johnnie Cochran) would make that PR/legal play.

    *The Leo Frank case has been highly discussed on Unz before, especially regarding the Nation of Islam’s book that examines the case.

    • Replies: @Charon
    , @D. K.
    , @Anonymous
  53. Charon says:

    “This is directed specifically…”

    This is always a tell for online signalling hypocrisy.

    Lest anyone ever get the wrong idea that standards should be invoked equally. We know better than to do that, don’t we?

  54. Redman says:

    Quick. Name one of the 3 leaders/founders of BLM. Guessing you can’t. Almost nobody could. Yet everyone knows BLM.

  55. Charon says:

    I think the Simpson divorce and eventual murder best captures the disintegration of the Black-Jewish political alliance; Both in LA and nationally.

    Well, you think wrong in that case. Blacks are doing precisely what the Jewish media are conditioning them to do, as much or more this year than ever before. It was never really an ‘alliance’ anyway.

    People here seem to think that Jews are so very smart that they’ll never overshoot the mark and experience blowback, despite it having happened over and over again since ancient times.

    However smart they may or may not be, their blind tribal hatred of Caucasians overwhelms their senses. In league with their notorious lack of self-awareness is an inability to take a broad view of anything.

  56. D. K. says:

    Nicole Simpson was born in Frankfurt, West Germany, in 1959, to a German mother and an American father. She was a German-American Roman Catholic, and is buried at Ascension Cemetery, in Lake Forest, California, sharing a headstone with her father. Ron Goldman was the Jewish American who was murdered by O. J. Simpson, on the night of June 12, 1994, alongside the former Mrs. Simpson.

    • Thanks: mark green
    • Replies: @Kronos
  57. “…so the media just ignores the whole thing as if it never happened.”

    I remember the killing of Judge Harold Haley. The trial and Davis’ acquittal didn’t get very much national publicity. The 1975-76 trial of the NOI/Zebra killers didn’t either. The latter was the longest trial in California history at the time, but it was not a national story.

    And to the media the so-called Zebra Murders are ignored as if they never happened.

  58. Anonymous[257] • Disclaimer says:

    Nicole and her family were Catholics.

  59. Anonymous[257] • Disclaimer says:

    Son was at work and then giving a friend a ride home during the time of the murders. OJ’s daughter could conceivably slaughterer Nicole, but not a strong young man like Ron. The daughter too had an alibi for the time of the murders, sometime between 10 and 11:15 pm that night.

    You must be black.

  60. Anonymous[249] • Disclaimer says:

    It occurred to me that the Communist Party could have set her up deliberately to be a martyr. I could see it. The CP tells her to buy weapons and store them. Agents of the CP burglarize her house and take the weapons, giving them to terrorists.

    Not a bad theory, and it does seem that communists throughout history profligately wasted the lives of their votaries for minor tactical gain.

    It does seem strange, though, that the CP would use up a highly-trained black “intellectual” to serve as a martyr. The PhD from a Commie university would not help, and the disclosure that she was trained in East Germany could have engendered significant public suspicion.

    BTW was Angela’s not-guilty verdict engineered by CP agents paying quiet visits to jurors? To the judge?

  61. We’re coming up to the 25th anniversary of the trial’s end on Saturday.

    The next day’s headline in the USA Today:SIMPSON FREE.

    Even this liberal paper could not say Not Guilty.

  62. Kronos says:
    @Paul Jolliffe

    I’ve seen worse…

    White fragility indeed…

    • Replies: @Paul Jolliffe
  63. @Ben tillman

    So, say a defendant buys a shotgun for their associates to use as means to threaten others and escape from custody.

    In the course of their attemped escape the persons to whom the defendant supplied the shotgun go beyond threats and kill one of their hostages.

    At the trial the defendant says the plan was simply to threaten people not kill them. They are not responsible for the decision to use the weapon to kill the hostage.

    As prosecuting council would you advise charging the defendant with murder or felony murder or both?

  64. AceDeuce says:

    Former Manson Prosecutor Vincent Buglioisi said that he knew OJ was guilty right away, having read the account /transcript of the call that LAPD made to Simpson, who had flown to Chicago, informing him of his ex-wife’s death. When told that his ex-wife was found dead in L.A., OJ never asked “Which one?”, since he had two ex-wives living in Los Angeles.

    To me, the most typically negro thing about OJ wasn’t his murder of Nicole and Goldman, nor his near date rape the first time he went out with her, nor his abuse.

    And it wasn’t his cowardly, self-pitying performance afterwards, his pathetic escape attempt, his shameless playing of the race card, his denial of any responsibility for anything–even his garish, ghoulish party at his mansion when he got home, nor his grubbing for sleazy bucks afterwards.

    No, the most typically black thing about OJ was–when he actually tried to show up again at his old haunts–playing golf at the Riveria CC, and was rebuffed and ostracized, he was genuinely hurt and offended.

    That’s a groid. “The b!tch was a problem. I killed her. It got a little sticky for me, but cash and the race card got me off, so, no mo’ problem. Why ya’ll still trippin’?”

    • Agree: David In TN, mark green
  65. FPD72 says:

    Very soon the name “Time magazine” will mean nothing to most people as well.

    No way! Everyone knows that Time is half of the outfit that sells all of those music collections on CDs on those thirty minutes long TV commercials.

    • Replies: @Gianni in Guernsey
  66. Altai says:

    What’s weird about the slack given to the Black Panthers is that often such groups are given this status as a result of a reconciliation of a conflict that they won or had drawn to stalemate.

    But the Black Panthers are conspicuous in their lack of a cause. They spent most of their time robbing banks and other forms of criminal fund raising and then trying to get their guys who were arrested freed from jail. They were more of a criminal social club than a revolutionary terrorist group.

    All you can say about the group politically is that they were ‘pro-black’. But what was their agenda? What political demands did they coherently make and attempt to get from the state through terrorism?

    Were they an ethnic militia? What enemies did they fight?

    In the old laws of war set up by the church it was right to fight for a cause but it was wrong to fight for an undefined cause or purpose or one you had no hope achieving, otherwise you were just engaged in violence for it’s own sake.

    I really just don’t get what the Black Panthers were for or about. You can’t give them the ‘end justifies the means’ cover if they had no end and only means.

    • Replies: @Hibernian
  67. tyrone says:

    Judge what’s his name is MUCH less important that Emmet Till.

  68. @Kronos

    That’s yet another bad profile picture, although I still say that The one of Angela Davis was worse.

  69. Anonymous[285] • Disclaimer says:

    I don’t agree with OJ killing Nicole or her sleazy boyfriend, but I understand…

  70. TTSSYF says:
    @Gary in Gramercy

    And what’s really fascinating about Dershowitz is that, in the first few days of Simpson’s arrest, he was interviewed several times, saying that, in all likelihood, Simpson was guilty. Then he suddenly stopped saying that, joined the defense team, and those video clips vanished.

    • Replies: @Gary in Gramercy
  71. TTSSYF says:

    There’s a ton of evidence that he did it. In fact, I’m convinced that in the first few days, when Simpson was in a state of emotional turmoil and meeting with Rosie Grier, he confessed to his first attorney. That attorney suddenly quit representing him. The prosecution botched the case, by dragging it out so long. It conveyed a lack of confidence.

  72. @TTSSYF

    In handling someone with an overactive bladder, it’s always best to have him inside your tent — micturating outward — than outside the tent, doing it directly towards the tent and its innards.

  73. tyrone says:

    Right, and he’s out there trying to find the “real” killers.

  74. Re: OJ.

    There is a revisionist phenomenon involving well publicized murders where some clever person will write a book knowing full well that because it is/was an emotional issue, publicity and free reviews are guaranteed and then run with a few ‘grey area facts’ to put together a wrongfully convicted theory.

    These books catch fire and every amateur Columbo suddenly finds meaning in their life and an emotional debate re-ignites, more books follow, sob sisters start wailing and if the issue is high profile enough a government inquiry is convened.

    In Canada we had a case where a 14 year old named Steven Truscot killed and raped an 11 year old acquaintance and was sentenced by the existing laws ( 1959) to death. Because of this it came to international attention and due to bad optics his sentence was commuted to life.

    His case was officially re-investigated by the highest profile legal minds in 1967 and with only one dissension (8-1 IIRC) the original verdict stood. But books started coming out, it became fashionable to have the opinion of his innocence and the original facts and the irrefutable logic of the original jury became lost in the dusk of time. Eventually, 50 years after the fact he was awarded $6.5 million for something or other but they would not (could not) declare him innocent. The public mood had thus trumped justice with an assist by the whore politicians. History will thus record a convicted rapist and murderer as a young child who was persecuted by a patriarchal system.

    Now OJ’s case is obviously different but the principle applies that there seem to be people that would never accept the mountain of facts or logic presented and still stick to the thin reeds of conspiracy or racism that Johnny Cochran spun ever so effectively to try to touch the outer edge of the ‘reasonable doubt’ envelope. Emotions, and blacks on the jury took his arguments to that last quarter of an inch. He does deserve praise for that. A rare example of an effective attorney.

    To those who still hold that Orenthal was innocent, maybe there would be some information in the transcripts of the civil suit that he lost against Fred Goldman that might shine some light on the situation. Sure evidentiary rules are more lax in civil suits but you can put the perp on the stand and nobody gets a $33 million dollar judgement by just sobbing in front of a judge. The media virtually ignoring the civil trial was telling in itself.

    Bugliosi famously stated that with several yellow legal pads, two weeks and a dozen pencils he could have convicted OJ on the interview he voluntarily gave to the police alone where though OJ’s lawyer was present he was sent to lunch by OJ himself (!). Dat be some nasty ass hubris bro.


    • Replies: @bruce county
  75. Hibernian says:

    They had a free breakfast program in Oakland which was obvious window dressing.

  76. bomag says:
    @Redneck farmer

    crimes… come up in admiring articles

    Until now, we would get a quick reference to youthful mistakes.

    Now, I expect full bragging with body counts.

  77. If Davis transfered the guns without knowledge that it would be used for the kidnapping, not felony murder. At most a straw purchase type violation.

    If Davis transferred the guns with knowledge they would be used in the kidnapping, then she would be an accessory and would have similar liability to the other principals.

    Without knowing the details of the investigation, my guess is that it hinged on proof of Davis having knowledge of the kidnapping plot. Did she ever admit to it? Did any of the conspirators give her up?

  78. Ray P says:

    Very interesting theory but, you overlook one important point. …. Is stupid. Is most stupid theory I ever heard.

    Went back to theory seldom used today: butler did it.

    — Peter Sellers, Murder By Death (1976)

  79. Neoconned says:
    @Alec Leamas Remote

    I had the bad luck to meet Miss Davis in Alabama many years ago. The diversity board, or w/e they were called used taxpayer and student funds to bring her in to speak at the college i was doing a class at at that time.

    She babbled about attacking Walmart and how living in the Bay Area in a very nice area was such a horrible thing.

  80. Neoconned says:

    You know i don’t necessarily not approve of foreign meddling in our elections but give me a break….Chomsky was right….everyone from the UK to Mexico to Israel to Saudi Arabia meddle & interfere in our elections via donations to lobbyists who then “give gifts” to politicians who then vote in their favor.

    They also under current laws donate directly to politicians or to their foundations or to dark money organizations like 501-3-c groups.
    The Russia stole the election argument truly is stupid beyond belief

  81. @Reg Cæsar

    Just up on Quora,com:

    Oh look an inane, off-topic post by Reg, what a shocker

    Almost 5,200 posts this year! Not one of them saying anything of value. You can do it Reg, get to 10,000! Then hopefully you get Covid

  82. @AnotherDad

    Steve there’s no way to dance around it. America has been hijacked by nasty minoritarians.

    There isn’t any need for any of it to make sense. White gentiles building a rich prosperous nation are evil because …. blah, blah, blah, blah, blah … so we get to take it.

    Great comment. I hope you don’t mind when I paraphrase it during my conversations with others.

    As to Steve’s comment regarding the reason why no one ever seems to discuss the alternative theories in the Angela Davis matter: no one knows the facts. I’m 52, and I tend to think I’m fairly well informed about recent past, as well as current, events. However, the first time I ever read about Angela Davis was after some magazine had a satirical cartoon of Barack and Michelle on the cover, and she had an “Angela Davis afro.”

    Frankly, if you took an accurate survey of the number of people who are 55 and younger, only a very small percentage would even recognize her name.

    So, she’s been memory holed, and the MSM has no incentive to dredge up the actual facts. But maybe that’s simply the point you’re trying to make.

  83. @Ben tillman

    Please enlighten me on all of the applicable legal definitions and nuances that could be applied to this particular case.

  84. Georgia says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    His response is why the Leftist/Communists, funded by the NWO “Elite”, are sure they will eventually win and totally stamp out and disappear people like him–when those fighting against you have no rules except “by any means necessary”, and lots of financial support fom various Billionaires, and that is your “reasonable” response to their attack — short of Divine Intervention you will finally lose and be completely destroyed along with your family and all you love…just a matter of time.

  85. @Redneck farmer

    How often do black media and Twitter celebrities use “hunted” when describing the phantasmic oppression they claim is lurking around every corner? Alot. Attention blacks: Look for your oppressor in the mirror.

  86. @FPD72

    The l Ron Hubbard looked down on the magazine referring to it as Slime. What a visionary.!

  87. @Anon

    Foiled yet again by accursed Moose and Squirrel!

  88. @Timur The Lame

    And the Goderich Gaol still stands where Truscott was going to be hung.
    I still believe it was a soldier from CFB Clinton (army base).

  89. Kronos says:
    @D. K.


    Well this is awkward. It was my understanding that Nichole Brown’s mother was ethnically Jewish. The Simpson family made multiple generous donations to Jewish charities over the years and Nichole was the biggest instigator for it. (It may have been actually due to German guilt.)

    You may have destroyed my beautiful theory and it’s rather damn good symmetry. (That the Simpson marriage personified US Black-Jewish relations.) I’m still looking into it but it looks like your right. No heroic stories of the mother’s family pretending to be Catholics to escape the Nazis kinda thing.

  90. Anonymous[231] • Disclaimer says:

    here’s an interesting theory about OJ. both the trial and the murder were fake, the point being to increase racial animosity, in which you have to say they were a great success. given that in more recent times we see BLM is the same kind of psyop this should gain some credence. one argument for this will remember there was no grand jury indictment of OJ, and that would seem to be a prerequisite under the law for a trial for a capital crime.

    • Replies: @Truth
  91. Truth says:

    Yes, it is so simple that Ray Charles could not only see it, but draw the picture.

    We’ve had mouth breathing simpletons going on and on with this case for over 20 years now as if anything you see on the news is true; it’s all scripted… all of it.

    Whether this tranny known as “Nicole Brown Simpson” died or not is a question I cannot answer, he was starting to show the Y-chromosome anyway, and was thus, replaceable. If this person died he probably died on a pentagram with a 400 year-old knife through the heart or with some similar ritual anyway.

    There was no karate-skilled playboy named “Ron Goldman”, just a radom couple of photos of someone else with a few actors as his so-called family.

    This was done to create racial animosity, of course, and also increase the general sleaze level of America, remember, The Kartrashian family was born during this event, three more trannies with names starting with “K” (KKK; oh boy are these Khazar gentlemen who fashion your news funny, eh?)

    And to further enrich those who are deeply connected in the system.

    Yup, you’ze a Sukka, but I’ve been coming to this page for 13 years, you must be used to the feeling by now…

  92. Cato says:
    @Redneck farmer

    She was invited to speak at my university. The fee was not publicly disclosed, but the gossip was that it was $12K. One of my many future reparations payments.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
  93. fass52 says:

    Dr. Davis was the recipient of so many anonymous death threats that when they were all compiled into texts it was the size of an encyclopedia. There was also an actual attempt on her life. She, just like anyone else who has gone through threats to their life armed herself and had body guards who she also armed. Jonathan Jackson was one of her body guards who took the guns and went into the Marin County courthouse with them. Dr. Davis never owned any guns before all of the death threats from anonymous right wingers just like yourselves who want to kill everybody who doesn’t share your ideas. All actions causes reactions and if I were her I would arm myself too. In fact, if I had to be around anyone of you here in these comments I would be armed, because your comments tells me that you have a propensity toward violence, and you think violence is the only way to solve problems even while history shows us that it only begets more violence. Comparing Dr. Davis to OJ Simpson is out the box, because they share nothing in common. Stop threatening people with your violence and there will be none. Everyone has the right to self defense. If you people would never send your death threats none of this would have ever happened. Every action causes a reaction, and history tells us that violence has never solved any problems. It just begets more violence. To the guy who thinks Dr. Davis needs to defend her identity compared to his wife, Dr. Davis is old enough to be your wife’s grandmother. Also, Dr. Davis is a scholar and has written more books than you have probably read in your whole life. Your comments about personal appearance are ignorant and shows that you have just about brains to fill a thimble.

    • Disagree: TTSSYF
  94. @bruce county

    No, that story of the weirdo army guy was just the latest iteration of all the supposed weaknesses in the case. One really has to read the whole story of the case to see how logically, with irrefutable evidence fresh from the time the jury really had no reason but to convict.

    I didn’t have an opinion on the case until I read Julian Sher’s big hardcover on the case. He wrote the book after he produced the CBC special which raised doubts about Truscott’s guilt. More accurately it made a case for his innocence. It was television after all. I didn’t see the program but
    but when reading his decidedly pro Truscott book, I had a ‘Eureka’ moment, and found that read critically, the book actually proves his guilt!

    I won’t go into details because it would end up as a very long post but do bear in mind just some salient points. He was last seen with her alone going in the direction of a major road passing a bush. Her body was found beside a treehouse he was building deep in said bush. Her clothes were neatly folded nearby. His penis had two fresh quarter sized abrasions on either side. He was “well developed”. She was 11 years old and was raped. He stated that he had caught his unit in his zipper. He had threatened some of his chums the next day to say that they had seen him pass a bridge and go to the road with the girl.

    So this army guy you refer to would have had to pick up the girl in daylight on a major road, drive around with her for several hours until it was dark, circle around and drive back down the minor road where by now everyone would be looking for her, park the car, enter the bush in the dark, end up right where Truscott had his treehouse, have her neatly disrobe and fold her clothes, violently rape and strangle her, leave no adult traces and stumble in the dark back to his car, drive out and away without nobody noticing. This whole scenario is necessarily how it would have had to play out because Truscott’s defense was he saw the girl get into a car on the main road after he dropped her off. Added to which, the car he described in great detail was a different model, colour and year than the car owned by this supposed army guy dredged up 50 years later.

    Do you remember how hard it was to bullshit adults when you were 14?

    I you are actually from Bruce County, the story is probably better known there.


  95. @Cato

    Angela Davis’s fee to appear at Texas Tech was $12k. I don’t recall if that includes travel expenses. The Campus Republicans (at one of, I would guess, the most conservative colleges in the country) complained. They said they were fine with Davis speaking on campus, but they didn’t think mandatory student fees should be used to pay for her speech. This was cited as an example of Right Wing Cancel Culture.

    $12k isn’t a huge amount for a campus speaker. I think Ta-Nehisi Coates was getting something like $40k at the peak of the TNC Fad. I think Malcolm Gladwell, who makes big bucks talking to industry groups, usually discounts his fee when he speaks on campus.

  96. @Ben tillman

    Gee, I see that that I may have given you an oversized homework assignment.

  97. anon[249] • Disclaimer says:

    Angela Davis pales in comparison to Assata Shakur, who’s much sharper (probably due to her milieu in exile) and who escaped in more inspiring revolutionary fashion.

    But credit where credit is due, Davis’ comrades bagged a judge, Shakur’s just some guard labor. When we’re done performing snowflake outrage, judges are scummier than cops. At best they’re political hacks put out to pasture. At worst they’re enemies of all mankind, torturers like Bybee, installed on the bench to pervert the most fundamental law. Fuck em.

    If you’re gonna ululate over a judge corpse, do it for Robert Gates with his unauthorized integrity. CIA blew him up for interfering in their drug deals.

  98. @fass52

    You could save a lot of keystrokes with a simple “Angela Davis did nothing wrong” or “Angela Davis dindu nuffin’” for that matter. Have a nice day in your basement.

    • Replies: @fass52
  99. So she’s gone straight, huh? The only way Sullivan’s gonna lay off Flynn is when somebody tapes a shotgun to his neck.

  100. @anon

    OneSixNine, Norman Mailer was instrumental in getting Jack Abbott, author of “In the Belly of the Beast,” out on parole. Literary cocktail circuit for sure and then Abbott murdered a waiter in NYC. Obama pardoned a triple homicide Puerto Rican nationalist and NYC named a street after him. The failed mothers of Michael Brown and Trayvon Martin are feted and praised. Seems the left does this more often. But we’re good.

    • Agree: Dan Hayes
    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
  101. @Steve Sailer

    Steve, OJ came to Buffalo via the NFL draft. I remember his first wife as being a not really attractive black woman.

  102. @Athansius

    Ath, I looked at the photo and thought about how much Joe Biden would like to cup a breast while pinning on a medal.

  103. fass52 says:
    @No Recent Commenting History

    Oh! I get it! You’re mad that Dr. Davis has way more education than you and her innocence was already proven by the fact that the state of California could not frame her like you all are trying to do here. Learn how to construct a simple readable sentence otherwise your insults miss and go straight back to you! I don’t mind typing and doing things that take at least a little effort as I am not afraid of work like you all are and are nothing but a bunch of losers who disrespect yourself in public while putting your ignorance on display thinking it’s something cute and quaint. It’s not! It only proves once again that you are incapable of adaptation and will never evolve beyond your neanderthal roots. Your flight into the suburbs was only a move to hide that fact, and you have no human sociability at all.

  104. @Buffalo Joe

    I always thought Norman Mailer was a blowhard dick and his getting Jack Abbott out of jail just confirmed that.

    • Agree: Dan Hayes, Buffalo Joe
    • Replies: @black sea
  105. Dan Hayes says:

    Bill Buckley was likewise another “blowhard dick” with his involvement with the killer Edgar Smith!

  106. Anon[414] • Disclaimer says:

    Once the blacks are purged, the Leftists will be held accountable. Show trials are for communists. Drum head courts martial are all that is needed to eliminate the traitors. The leaders should be hung, drawn and quartered, with the followers used for cannon fodder.

    Hail Victory

  107. black sea says:
    @Jim Don Bob

    I once had to read Abbott’s book, In the Belly of the Beast, for a course.

    I thought Abbott was, to put it mildly, full of shit, but the book offered a pretty revealing glimpse into the mind of a psychopath. There was no excuse he wouldn’t trot out, no boast he wouldn’t exaggerate, no psychobabble he wouldn’t deploy, no lie he wouldn’t tell, and no crime he wouldn’t commit to indulge himself, or simply to gain attention.

    Very useful to know that there are people like that.

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