O.J. Simpson is back in our face again!
Has it only been 12 short years since O.J. Simpson murdered two people and provided a showy mockery of our justice system in “the Trial of the Century” that ended up killing Johnnie Cochran as Race become more important than morality?
It seems like 100 years since his crimes invaded our lives. Now he’s back in black and ready to attack as he stands arrested and accused of armed robbery of a memorabilia dealer in Las Vegas. If he chooses to go to trial, we may not have him out of our daily lives for another year.
Is it possible for a Genius Criminal to hide their lifeforce through athletic prowess and handsome features while the true personality — the intimate inner drive that creates those Born To Kill — slowly seeps from the pores like black tar and peppers all the sycophants crowding around the Genius with darkness and despair and tragedy?
How can we identify and prevent those sorts of star sociopaths from creating intimidating footholds in our lives?
If O.J. Simpson goes to jail for this Las Vegas robbery — will he earn a prison cell for his current misdeed — or does the energy of the moral world require him to serve a debt to society for his two murders no matter the means or the method of the crime or prosecution?