ESPN sports pundit Stephen A. Smith thinks that if was the prosecutor in the O.J. Simpson case that the football star would have been found guilty.
The subject was brought up on Monday’s episode of “First Take,” and Smith didn’t hold back when it came to his opinion of Simpson. (SLIDESHOW: This Gorgeous Woman Might Be The Sexiest Girlfriend In The NFL)
“Christopher Darden and Marcia Clark did an absolutely horrendous job as prosecutors because if it were me, there’s no way in hell that Johnny Cochran would have beaten me with that evidence that they had. I’m telling you right now, I’m not even a lawyer. There is no way that you would have put 12 jurors in front of me with that evidence and I would have lost it, even to Johnny Cochrane. I would have won that trial. I’ve often said that,” Smith told his cohost Skip Bayless.
Simpson is back in the news after ESPN recently released its documentary “O.J.: Made In America.” (SLIDESHOW: This
The former NFL superstar was acquitted of murdering his ex-wife and Ron Goldman.