Yesterday was June 12th, the thirtieth anniversary of Nicole Brown Simpson, and Ron Goldman’s murder. I was 11, when that happened in 1994. Before this, I did not follow many news events if any. I was too busy being a kid. This case, is what actually changed my interest. I started following trials at 11. After Simpson, I took a long break, only to return to following cases in my adult life. In 2022, I decided to go back, and revisit the Simpson case. Only because I had not seen a good portion of it. This is because I was in school, and doing things after school. I did so, and what I thought at the time was that everyone presented their cases to the best of their abilities. I found the case to be a complete mess! It isn’t the nicest thing to have to say in this moment. We want to look back and have a happy ending, but the Simpson case doesn’t. Next year will be the thirtieth anniversary of the trial. There are a whole lot of people who don’t understand it, don’t know about it, haven’t heard of it etc. I’m not sure if I’m going to fix that. However, I’d like to play a small part. Right now, my plan is to blog through the entire trial archive. Not on this domain, a different one. It’s going to be interesting, because there are a lot of things I only saw back in 2022, and then some things I did in fact see both times, and remember doing so. I haven’t logistically worked all this out on how it’s going to look as of yet, but this is my plan so far. May Ron and Nicole forever rest in Piece!