Outrage: The Five Reasons Why O. J. Simpson Got Away with Murder

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Outrage
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Outrage (1996)
AuthorVincent Bugliosi
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
GenreTrue crime
PublisherW. W. Norton & Company
Publication date
1996
Media typePrint (hardcover)
Pages320
ISBN978-0-393-04050-0

Outrage: The Five Reasons Why O. J. Simpson Got Away with Murder is a true crime book by Vincent Bugliosi published in 1996.[1] Bugliosi sets forth five main reasons why the Los Angeles County District Attorney's office failed to successfully convict O. J. Simpson for the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman. Personally convinced of Simpson's guilt, Bugliosi blames his acquittal on the district attorney, the judge, and especially the prosecuting attorneys Marcia Clark and Christopher Darden.

Reviews[edit]

  • "From the first page, Bugliosi expresses anger and astonishment at the actions of most of the major players in the case. Few are spared his dagger." --Los Angeles Times[2]
  • "Outrage" is the heady, brutally candid, irreverent and authoritative book for which trial watchers have been hungry for too long." --San Francisco Chronicle[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bugliosi, Vincent (1996). Outrage: The Five Reasons Why O. J. Simpson Got Away with Murder. Norton. ISBN 978-0393040500.
  2. ^ Petievich, Gerald (July 7, 1996). "Book review: Simpson Prosecution Guilty of Incompetence?". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 26 November 2014.
  3. ^ Holt, Patricia (June 26, 1996). "Bugliosi Tells Why O. J. Verdict Left Him in `Outrage'". San Francisco Chronicle. Retrieved 26 November 2014.