And former prosecutor Marcia Clark believes there was one major factor that contributed to Simpson's acquittal at the end of the 1995 trial.
"To me, one of the chief reasons for the verdict was the racial divide and the mistrust that minorities viewed the police with, particularly in Los Angeles after the Rodney King verdict," says Clark.
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"I thought we would be better by now, but I have really been devastated by the past several years and all these police shootings and cases like Trayvon Martin's," she says. "Police were not even going to arrest [Martin shooter] George Zimmerman, which drove me crazy. These things are on tape and there is no question about it being a good or bad shoot. It was a bad shoot."
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"It does make me wonder," she says. "Given all we've seen now, would we obtain a different verdict today in the Simpson case? I don't know. I don't know."
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