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The thing is, GNC sells steroids, but to the untrained ete these are called "Accelaration Anabolic Formula". I have had a good amount of experience in the field of weight lifting and substance use (I take Whey Protein and Creatine myself, would take Glutamine too if I had the money), I can tell you that many stores in the US sell steroids all over. You can net them online anywhere. The US law on steroids is they don't really know, they say its kinda illegal but kinda not, if they actually made this law GNC would lose about 20% sales, so would all the other stores.
Um no, try again. The law is very clear on the types of steroids that are illegal. GNC does not in any way shape of form sell the steroids in question. The facts are that steroids are illegal without a prescription, and also illegal with prescription if used in a manner unintended. US law has some grey areas, true, but don't gloss over the facts that what he did was illegal. The problem is, steroids are a controlled substance, but the law is grey when it comes to supplements, they are regulated as a food, not a drug--which has different standards.
And yes, the court of public opinion is not held to the same standard as the court of law. Which is why the vast majority of people know that OJ did it.
You are arguing up a tree. The only thing you can really argue is that he didn't do it, AND it is ridiculous to think he did. I suspect that it is reasonable to think he did what he did. His actions were illegal, and unethical in terms of playing baseball. Even if it is legal in baseball technically, his use puts him in the class of "dirty player." We can boo him just as much as we can boo artest for being dirty, or ty cobb who sharpened spikes etc.