Maddogg guest commentator, T.H. Johnson, from the Ocean Medical Investigative Group
Fascinating, that you now announce this past week in Buffalo, NY that you intend to un-retire OJ Simpson’s #32 jersey by your Buffalo Bills franchise. That jersey recognizes arguably one of the greatest sporting accomplishments to ever take place in your city, when he set the rushing record in 1973 of 2000 yards; his still the only one in a 14 game season.
However, your petty action this past week continues to not only denigrate the man, Simpson, but subliminally remind others that all black men should be defiled or denigrated that inter-racially become involved with white women. You haven’t done any due diligence in this Simpson saga, so what else is to be taken from your feigned impersonal action other than you believe in all the fraudulent madness that you have been told?
The phony accusations against this man continued to blot the front pages of the national news services across the nation this week as they all subliminally remind us of the basis for your actions of assigning this historic number, 32, to a yet unremarkable sport’s figure. This is no aspersion on what Senorise Perry may achieve as far as his future is concerned but he certainly has not achieved that plateau as of yet to dawn the jersey worn by this former superb athlete O.J. Simpson, despite whatever covert conclusions some of you may assume . Whatever reasons you use whether you deny them or not are based on the premise of a false narrative regarding this man, Simpson, protected by hidden evidence those that enriched themselves by perpetrating this fraud need to get by.
Let us re-examine the transgressions you say occurred at your stadium in Buffalo during your watch. Simpson was allegedly found to be wearing those expensive Bruno Magli shoes on that day, Sept. 26, 1993.
FBI Special Agent, now retired, Bill Bodziak, and the shoe prints he claims were made by the Bruno Magli Lorenzo model of shoes on June 12, 1994.However, 20 other shoe brands had these same soles attached.
Unfortunately, that photo would not show up during the criminal trial and would not appear until two and a half years later during O.J.’s civil trial to clean up a mess of what appears to be a reckless erroneous assertion presented by FBI agent, William Bodziak, during his Simpson criminal trial testimony in 1995. In what documents indicate in 1994 as his eagerness to get on the Simpson case as an expert witness for the prosecution, Bodziak had failed to actually go to the central jail and measure Simpson’s foot. Nor would he bother to tell the public that there was no way he could determine whether the shoe sole that made the prints at the murder site came from a Bruno Magli shoe or 20 other brands attached to the same SILGA made U2887 shoe sole. Simpson is seen in the alleged 1993 Harry Scull photo that remained out of the country for six months. The photo negatives returned from an alleged European country noted for photo manipulation by the late fall of 1996. Simpson is seen allegedly wearing those Bruno Magli Lorenzo model shoes wearing an open sports coat with the people in the background of the Scull photo who appear to be comfortably warm on that day.
The Harry Scull photo above of Simpson wearing Bruno Magli shoes.
Well, here is the reality of that day in contradiction to the now infamous Harry Scull photo taken of OJ Simpson smiling, while merrily sauntering across the end zone in what appears to be a quasi- warm sun shiny day on Sept. 26, 1993. Although the validity of the Scull photo was aggressively challenged by a Simpson photo expert named Robert Groden during the civil trial, it appears that much of the public still chooses to believe in the validity of the questionable photo that magically appeared in time for the civil trial in late 1996.
However, the truth is that on that day due to the inclement weather conditions, OJ is shown wearing a black trench coat, and not an open dark sports coat as depicted in the alleged Harry Scull photo. In fact, the introduction to the game by NBC NFL commentator Dick Enberg cited that it had been raining all night and all weekend long. Winds which remained steady that afternoon between 25-30 MPH with gusts as high as 60 MPH made for what appears to be an unpleasant afternoon. The images during Enberg’s introduction as the game opened between the Miami Dolphins and Buffalo Bills were of people in rain gear under a slew of umbrellas during an overcast day trying to stay dry and warm. Warmth was highly unlikely that day due to the rest of the afternoon being one of drizzle, with the surrounding air continually saturated with 70% humidity.
Such conditions with the constant wind would have made a 65 degree temperature on that afternoon feel more like a damp 45 degree day. The brisk winds blew steadily that afternoon with flags snapping back and forth. It even blew the ball off the Buffalo kicker’s tee as he prepared for an on-side kick in the 4th quarter.
There would have been no reason we believe, given the miserable weather conditions, for Simpson to take off his trench coat as depicted in the Scull photo. Furthermore, the prediction of heavy rain on that day, suggests to us that Simpson would have had more intelligence than to wear a $250 pair of high priced casual suede shoes out in those continuing rainy conditions, since suede and water do not go together.
We also believe that he would have had the intelligence not to spend $250 dollars on casual shoes where his toes and arches extended uncomfortably outside of the shoe soles, as they do in the green foot photo of the tracing of OJ’s foot below. OMIG investigators attained the tracing of Simpson’s foot after noting the dimensions of the shoe prints in the LAPD crime scene photos shown in what detectives determined were 11 and 1/2 inch square side walk tiles.
In order to further assure themselves of the mistake made by the FBI’s Bodziak, OMIG (Ocean Medical Investigative Group) investigators also attained the size 12 shoe sole sample from the U2887 rubber mold of the manufacturer, the SILGA Italian shoe sole company.
However, these investigative realities provided by OMIG’s investigators are apparently inconsequential to that body of folk who despite these persistent irregularities still believe in hearsay evidence, and subliminally in the power of the “Super Negro”, O.J. Simpson and his miraculous gymnastic abilities to commit double homicide.
They believe that even someone like Simpson, with all of the surgeries on his bad knee injuries, could still accomplish the double homicide of two young strong individuals twenty years his junior and come out unmarked.
In the meantime while many smirk and gloat at the defiling of his legacy by the Buffalo Bills team assigning his number 32 jersey to another questionably great athlete, most of these folk can’t remember the names of the perpetrators convicted of the most horrendous act of domestic terrorism killing 168 men, women, and babies that took place in the middle of the Simpson murder trial. The dichotomy of that reality so closely aligned with the Simpson criminal trial, makes the issue of the public preoccupation with O.J. Simpson versus their perceived ambivalence regarding the domestic act of terror even more perplexing.
T.H. Johnson, is the investigative team coordinator for OMIG, (the ocean Medical Investigative Group) and author of two books on this subject and the documentary SERPENTS RISING. https://www.amazon.com/Serpents-Rising-Independent-Investigation-J/dp/B0046Z2M8I/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=serpents+rising&qid=1558967672&s=instant-video&sr=1-1-catcorr