“Hey, look at that — That looks like OJ dressed in black, going into the house. OJ I see you. OJ! OJ! OJ I see you!!! You’re in black, you just came by the side of the house and you’re going in the front door.” This quote is not from a lawyer or a key player in the OJ Simpson case, rather it is from a 2001 episode of the nationally syndicated radio show, Opie and Anthony, and describes what the hosts suggest that limo driver Allan Park saw at OJ Simpson’s house on the night of the murders, June 12, 1994, at 10:55 PM.
The Impact of Media Spin Has In Shaping Our Perceived Understanding of What the Limo Driver Saw
This episode of OJ Simpson: Fact or Fiction?, an episodic documentary series which explores the OJ Simpson saga, examines the impact that media spin has in shaping our perceived understanding of what limo driver Allan Park observed at 10:55 PM on June 12th 1994.
The harsh reality is that our perceived understanding of Allan Park’s observations is completely wrong. Unfortunately, Mr. Park’s actual testimony has been ignored and instead the spin is presented as being fact.
To demonstrate this, throughout this episode we present various forms of the spin version of Park’s story shared by key influencers including: Vincent Bugliosi, Marcia Clark, Christopher Darden, Charles Grodin, Lionel, Opie and Anthony, and, Howard Stern. At the conclusion of the episode the viewer will hear limo driver Allan Park’s sworn testimony regarding what he observed at OJ Simpson’s house at 10:55 PM on June 12, 1994.
Episode 19 of OJ Simpson: Fact or Fiction?: What Did Allan Park See
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