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What went wrong in the O.J. Simpson double-murder trial? Former prosecutor Vincent Bugliosi dares to lay bare the bungling he perceived in the case. Incriminating evidence was never presented and lapses in strategy left prosecutors Marcia Clark and Christopher Darden at a disadvantage. These are just a few of the fatal errors that led to a victory for the defense. Listen as Bugliosi weaves his own final summation, laying out the evidence in its proper sequence and forestalling or rebutting the ploys of the defense. Bugliosi is familiar with high-profile murder trials, his most famous one being the Charles Manson case, which became the basis for his book, Helter Skelter.
©1996 by Vincent Bugliosi (P)1996 by Dove Audio, Inc.
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By Lori on 10-16-08


I enjoyed this book just as much as Reclaiming History. I am always skeptical of those who condemn a jury verdict without hearing all of the evidence. Bugliosi puts forth convincing reasons that justice was not served in this case. He convinced me. I would recommend this book without reservation.

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By Leanne McClure on 12-31-15

Narration is awful.

Would you listen to Outrage again? Why?

Probably not. The narrator speaks far too fast and his voice has an angry tone. While I understand the author's frustration, the level of anger when combined with fast speech garbled the meaning at times.

How could the performance have been better?

Slow down! Read it as if you were the listener. It feels like you are reading it just to,get the audio,book finished. That rushed quality makes it difficult to understand the words at times. I am a big fan of Mr. B and have enjoyed his books, but will likely stick to print versions.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Heavens no.

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2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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