O.J. SIMPSON JURORS REVEAL TRUTH BEHIND TRIAL IN TV SPECIAL
Jurors from the O.J. Simpson case are speaking up and explaining why they made the decisions they did in a new crime series on US television channel Oxygen.
The four-night series premieres Saturday, 22 July and spotlights four different American high profile cases including the prosecutions of Robert Durst, Michael Jackson, and George Zimmerman.
The first one in the series is "The Jury Speaks: O.J. Simpson." The star NFL player was charged with the murders of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ronald Goldman in 1994, and the ensuing trial was one of the most highly televised events in history.
After Simpson was found not guilty for the brutal murders of his ex-wife and her friend, many viewers had a lot of unanswered questions. Jurors Lionel Cryer, Yolanda Crawford, David Aldana and Jeanette Harris explain what they went through, how they were treated and how this affected their controversial verdict.
The "Jury Speaks" premieres Saturday, 22 July 22 (9 p.m. ET), and airs daily for three days after at 9 p.m. on Oxygen.