After all these years, Christopher says he still cares about the case and the victims' families. "It's still hard to swallow and to deal with 10 years later, but I just try to ignore it and go on with my life," he says. "If I see O.J. Simpson, I turn off the television. [If] somebody calls me about O.J. Simpson, I hang up the phone. I just want to get past and get beyond it."
Christopher and his wife have decided not to tell their 8-year-old son Christopher Jr. about the O.J. Simpson trial…at least not yet. However, after the Michael Jackson trial ended, Christopher's son had some interesting questions for his dad.
"After the Michael Jackson verdict, we were watching television, and I think Tom Mesereau [Michael Jackson's lawyer] was on the stand and Christopher says, 'Dad, why isn't anybody in my family ever on television?' We just kind of shook our heads and laughed."