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UNITED STATES – Some interesting facts to note about today in history. In 1995, Former American Football Star O.J. Simpson was acquitted of murdering his wife and a male friend, he was found guilty in a civil suit in 1997.

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UNITED STATES – Some interesting facts to note about today in history. In 1995, Former American Football Star O.J. Simpson was acquitted of murdering his wife and a male friend, he was found guilty in a civil suit in 1997.

In this June 15th, 1995 file photo Simpson is seen holding up his hands to the jury.

Meanwhile in 2008, United States President George W. Bush signed the emergency Economic Stabilization Act.

It came after the House of Representatives passed the $700 billion Financial Rescue Legislation in Washington.

And in 2013, the U.S. Capitol was placed on lockdown after gunshots were fired outside the building, injuring several people including a law enforcement officer, a senate aide, and a capitol police officer.

In this image, rescue personnel are standing around a smashed U.S. Capitol Hill police vehicle following the incident.

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