What's the problem with OJ getting 33 years? Did he not have access to the appeal process? Just because you might not think it a crime, the law does. As for Fred Goldman, his son is viciously murdered, pretty much forgotten in the blinding light of this celebrity driven trial- and he's suppose to get over it? I don't know about you, but if I were in his shoes, what happened to this kid would be the first and last thing I'd think of each day. Yes, there are a lot of innocent people that have suffered at the hands of law enforcement, and nowadays the police are no longer blindly believed as .they once were, but, OJ had nothing to do with that evolution, He was a rich man who bought his way out, the handling of the evidence was shoddy, and the prosecution was vastly out lawyered. I think the use of jury consultants by the defense won this case from the get go as well-was surprised it was so briefly touched on. I thought this was a well done documentary, my only complaint is the score was very close to Spike Lee's, " When the Levees Broke".