Quite possibly the most memorable story from the 1990s was the O.J. Simpson trial. The former football legend's story of beating a double-homicide charge dominated the news for almost a year and a half. Such a saga could not have been better even it had been scripted, more or less because it was. At least that's how it turned out. Originally, the Illuminati had other plans for Simpson, which would have turned out even uglier if they had come to pass.
Like most film and TV stars, O.J. went through the order's MK Ultra programming, which left him easily susceptible to suggestion as well as prone to violent outbursts. For Simpson, these became more ubiquitous in the 1980s. Originally, the Illuminati recruited him for his athleticism and charisma, realizing that he'd make a perfect member. He also grew up in rough neighborhoods and had a poor background. Other factors that added to his recruiting appeal. With the promise of fame and riches that extended well beyond football, Simpson was all too willing to do the order's bidding. However, his participation backfired.
Most celebrities that undergo MK Ultra programming either come out as perfectly brainwashed or have a rapid and complete descent into madness. Simpson didn't. His equilibrium destabilized from time to time in violent fits and then return to normal on cue. For example, he would be a wife beater one moment and a corporate spokesperson the next. This scared the Illuminati, so they assigned minders to him. Low level functionaries like Kato Kaelin and A.C. Cowlings were sent to keep an eye on him and report any signs of destabilization. These two reported to a more senior member, Robert Kardashian. Unfortunately, the trio missed O.J.'s ultimate episode that sent him into a homicidal rage where he killed his ex-wife and her lover.
As soon as the Illuminati became aware of the incident, they worked to squash it immediately. Attorney Bob Shapiro was assigned to engage the media, and A.C. Cowlings was tasked with making the incident go away. On the evening of the infamous Bronco chase, A.C. was supposed to take O.J. to quiet place and either assist him with suicide or kill him himself. To keep the media and police confused during the process, Shapiro and Kardashian read the suicide note on live TV. None of this played out the way it was supposed to.
During the afternoon, people spotted Simpson's Bronco on the freeway and alerted police. When that occurred, the Illuminati's plan exploded. The order needed a new option. They had already scripted Simpson's death (news outlets had prepared video tributes), and they needed something else. If the order didn't act, Simpson could expose them while in police custody. The Illuminati had infiltrated the LAPD but not to the point where it could seal all leaks. Your rank and file officers had no knowledge as did most of the low-level detectives. The Illuminati's only option at this point was to save their member and get an acquittal. This caused them to bring in their best attorneys, including one of their highest members, Alan Dershowitz. With the legal dream team in place, they were ready, but they lacked one person. The order knew that race was the only thing that could beat the rap, and they needed someone that specialized in it. That's what led them to recruit Johnnie Cochran.
Cochran took the lead almost immediately, but there was one caveat. The flamboyant attorney was not a member of the Illuminati. The other lawyers such as F. Lee Bailey, Kardashian, and Dershowitz had to maintain a veil of secrecy to prevent an outsider from learning the truth. In addition, they needed to find a scapegoat to make the race card work. Knowing that Mark Fuhrman (the first detective on the scene) had a biased background, the order amplified it and made sure that manufactured tapes with recordings of the detective making racial slurs were discovered. Wasn't it convenient that these tapes emerged over a year after the original story broke? Of course it was, time was needed to pull off the fraud. With Fuhrman slimed, the race argument stuck.
In addition, the Illuminati succeeded in intimidating the prosecution into making O.J. try on the gloves. There is no way that District Attorney Gil Garcetti got into his position without Illuminati membership. Who knows what pressure he put on Marcia Clark and Chris Darden to make unforced errors. Even rank and file amateurs know that such a presentation was doomed to fail. Soaking wet gloves sealed into evidence were not going to fit over latex covered hands. This move also sealed the prosecution's fate. To appease the beaten attorneys, the order likely offered lucrative book deals in return.
After all was said and done, O.J. was acquitted and restored to a diminished place within the order. However, the Illuminati was not done. For failing to carry out his instructions, Robert Kardashian had to pay. The order dispatched field operatives to zap him with D.E.W.s (direct energy weapons) to cause a genetic mutation. The plan worked, and Kardashian was dead in 2003 from esophageal cancer at the age of 59. But the Illuminati was not done. Because Johnnie Cochran had worked closely with the order's most prominent attorneys and in such close proximity to its secrets, the Illuminati feared that he knew too much. Like Kardashian, he received the same D.E.W. treatment and died in 2005 from a brain tumor.
With Simpson free, the Illuminati still had to do something to stabilize his violent breakdowns. Eventually, they gave up and made sure he went to jail for another crime. How this whole saga will end continues to be a mystery.