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Proper setting for the O.J. trial? Try a trailer park

Originally Published: September 23, 2008
By Lester Munson | ESPN.com

LAS VEGAS -- Sitting in the center of a courtroom on the 15th floor of the courthouse in Las Vegas is O.J. Simpson, the most toxic of American celebrities. He watches, he listens, he grimaces. And he smirks as four men who like to call themselves "sports memorabilia dealers" testify, one after another, from a witness chair some 10 feet from him.

These "dealers" view Simpson's disgrace not as a tragedy but as a commercial opportunity. Where others see a pariah, they see a profit.

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