Something has always bothered me about the O.J. Simpson murder trial. He asserted his Fifth Amendment Right against self-incrimination and refused to take the stand. If a defendant does not “take the Fifth” he is open to cross examination. When Simpson’s attorneys asked him stand up before the jury and try on the gloves he mugged and acted as though he was struggling. Is seems to me that even though no words were spoken by Simpson and he was not physically “on the stand” his actions amounted to testimony. I believe that when Simpson left his seat at the defendants table and “tried on” the gloves he effectively waived his Fifth Amendment right. The Prosecution should have been all over that especially since the verdict was based on “if the glove don’t fit you must acquit.” Tsk tsk Marsha Clark.