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Actor Courtney B. Vance stars in FX’s The People V. OJ Simpson as Johnnie Cochran. The mini series follows the 1994 trial of OJ Simpson after the murder of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson.

 

He talks to the Tom Joyner Morning Show about playing the iconic role and reveals if he thinks OJ is guilty.

How long did the cast shoot?

“We were doing three and four episodes at a time. We started the beginning of April and ended in October.”

Where were you when the Bronco chase was happening?

“I was in Sacramento doing Panther with Mario Van Peebles. We were all in the lobby watching the NBA Finals. I was in a state of shock that they were saying these things about my man OJ.”

Does he think OJ Simpson is guilty?

“I’m going to tell you the truth because it’s been tried over and over again, it doesn’t even matter. The main thing is we wanted to get people talking to stop this madness in the streets.”

Click the link above to hear the entire interview.

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4 thoughts on “Does Courtney B. Vance Think OJ Is Guilty? He Tells All + Talks FX Mini Series That Follows Iconic Case

  1. Honestly on said:

    Do cave n!@@ers think that robert blake is guilty? I laugh because that cave ape took a gun and blew his wife’s brains out and walked and not a peep from his fellow cave n!@@ers. These mayonnaise monkeys don’t give a damn about justice, whatever that is, they have a racist obsession with O.J. They should have never been let out of the caves of Europe.

  2. Timekeeeper on said:

    I am a fan of Courtney Vance, but I have no desire whatsoever to relive the nonsense and horror that took place in October of 1995.

  3. specialt757 on said:

    It doesn’t even matter if Mr. Cochran thought OJ was guilty, his job was to defend his client and win the case. No one is/was interested in the truth. So I agree with Mr. Vance, it really doesn’t matter.

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