Supreme Court to Hear 'O.J. Revenge' Case Justices are set to review claims of race-based jury selection in a Louisiana murder case. A lawsuit filed by Death Row inmate Allen Snyder alleges that the prosecutor struck all blacks from the jury in order to encourage white members to do some score-settling in the days following the O.J. Simpson trial.

Supreme Court to Hear 'O.J. Revenge' Case

Supreme Court to Hear 'O.J. Revenge' Case

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The Supreme Court was set to review claims of race-based jury selection Tuesday in a Louisiana murder case. A lawsuit filed by Death Row inmate Allen Snyder alleges that the prosecutor struck all blacks from the jury in order to encourage white members to do some score-settling in the days following the O.J. Simpson trial. Madeleine Brand talks to Slate.com legal analyst Dahlia Lithwick about the possible role the O.J. Simpson case played in the trial.