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Cochran Jr. He was With his colorful suits and ties, his gift for courtroom oratory and a knack for coining memorable phrases, Cochran was a vivid addition to the pantheon of great American barristers. Some legal experts called it the turning point in the trial. Soon after, jurors found the Hall of Fame football star not guilty of the slayings of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend Ronald Goldman. Attorney Alan Dershowitz, who worked with Cochran on the Simpson criminal case, called him a great lawyer. Simpson case into an effort to do a lot of good for poor people.
Defense superstarJohnnie Cochran dead at 67
There was widespread outrage among white Americans after Mr Simpson walked free. Cochran was accused of playing the "race card" to a largely black jury after suggesting that police had planted evidence in an attempt to frame Mr Simpson because he was a black superstar. In his autobiography, Cochran said it was an insult to all African-Americans to think he could convince black jurors to acquit a man they believed to be guilty of two murders just because he was black. Inspired In the wake of the trial, Cochran frequently appeared on television chat shows, got his own court TV series and was parodied in films and hugely popular television shows such as Seinfeld and South Park. Cochran was born in Shreveport, Louisiana, the son of an insurance salesman, the great-grandson of slaves.
These letters remind us of the complex currents and networks of exchange between Britain and the Caribbean in the middle of the twentieth century. They archive dialogues at different levels state, institutional, interpersonal, intimate. There are official letters and dispatches but also personal notes and epistles sent through the post. These served as one means of facilitating political, narrative, and intimate exchanges between London and other spaces in the Caribbean diaspora and have become one kind of archive of the Windrush generation and moment.