Judge Joe Brown Explains Why He Believes OJ Simpson Was REALLY INNOCENT!!

Tiffany Brockworth |

OJ Simpson passed away this week, after a long battle with prostate cancer. The NFL star is best known for being acquitted in the k**ling of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her boyfriend Ron Brown.

O.J. Simpson during The EGA & Citizen Change Present The EGA Celebrity Golf Tournament at Miami Beach Golf Club in Miami, Florida, United States. (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/WireImage for Brand Seven Marketing)

During the trial of the century, the prosecutors showed an impartial jury evidence that they claimed was enough to convict OJ of the crimes.

The jury, however, which was made up of people from all races, disagreed with the prosecutors and acquitted of OJ.

Since the end of the trial – the media narrative has been that OJ was clearly guilty.

LOS ANGELES – MARCH 16: O.J. Simpson and Nicole Brown Simpson pose at the premiere of the “Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Isult” in which O.J. starred on March 16, 1994 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Vinnie Zuffante/Getty Images)

Well Judge Joe Brown, who was intimately involved in the case, just gave his take on things And according to him, OJ was innocent.

We’re not sure that what Joe Brow is saying is true … but if so, should we revisit this case?

Judge Joe Brown during International Radio and Television Society Foundation “Gold Medal Awards” Gala, Arrivals at The Waldorf Astoria in New York City, New York, United States. (Photo by Sylvain Gaboury/FilmMagic)

Joe Brown is an American arbitration-based reality court show starring former Shelby County, Tennessee criminal court judge Joseph B. Brown. The series premiered on September 14, 1998 and ran through the 2012–13 television season for a total of fifteen seasons. Joe Brown was the second highest paid daytime television personality behind Judge Judy during the time the show was running.

During the entirety of its series run, Brown was the longest serving African American television arbitrator; this record is now held by Greg Mathis of Judge Mathis, which premiered the year after Brown’s program (and ended in 2023). Judge Joe Brown ran in first-run syndication and entered into its 15th and final season on September 10, 2012, also regularly airing in high-definition for the first time beginning in that same season as well.

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