The Cato Institute's Tim Lynch notes that 15 years ago today the verdict came down in the infamous O.J. Simpson murder trial. As Lynch writes, "White America had a hard time accepting the fact that the police would lie about their actions [while] Black America had a hard time explaining away the evidence of Simpson's guilt." For a detailed look at the facts of the case, see Lynch's 2003 Reason article "Juice Misconstrued."
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