O.J. Finally Going to Jail???

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    Great, OJ is going to look for that damn tree now

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamecipS View Post
    Liquid lunch?
    Why would today be any different?

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    Wonder how much money he has left? Will he continue to live like the rich and famous or bag groceries?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beechwoodfan View Post
    Wonder how much money he has left? Will he continue to live like the rich and famous or bag groceries?
    He gets around $20,000 a month from his NFL pension.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beechwoodfan View Post
    Wonder how much money he has left? Will he continue to live like the rich and famous or bag groceries?
    OJ is going to be just fine. Money is the least of his worries when he gets out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lawildcat View Post
    He gets around $20,000 a month from his NFL pension.
    I could live on that....

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    Based on just the facts of this case he deserved parole.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrantNKY View Post
    OJ absolutely deserved to be paroled today for the crime he was convicted of 9 years ago. He served almost double the time because the whole world thinks he killed his wife (which he did), but was never convicted except in the court of public opinion.
    He was found complicit in the murders in the civil trial held after the criminal trial.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lawildcat View Post
    He gets around $20,000 a month from his NFL pension.
    Yep, and the Goldman's can't touch that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bench View Post
    I don't think he killed his wife. And I think he should absolutely be paroled. Can't see any way he's a threat to society.
    Maybe it's just me, but if someone had killed my ex-wife and her friend, and I hadn't done it, but I was considered a person of interest, and was wanted for questioning, the last thing that I would do is lead the police on a long pursuit in my white Ford Bronco SUV rather than cooperate to do whatever I could to both clear my name, and to help speed up the investigation into who actually did kill them.

    That never passed the smell test for me that an innocent man would have so adamantly tried to skip town under those circumstances.

    That to me was the biggest admission of his guilt, or else he was just plain stupid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jumper_Dad View Post
    Based on just the facts of this case he deserved parole.
    Yep. His previous case should have no bearing on what he is currently serving time for. I get that people want to see him in jail. I believe he did kill Nicole and Goldman. But he was acquitted, and you can't hold him in prison for something else just because you think he's guilty of murder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by B-Ball-fan View Post
    Maybe it's just me, but if someone had killed my ex-wife and her friend, and I hadn't done it, but I was considered a person of interest, and was wanted for questioning, the last thing that I would do is lead the police on a long pursuit in my white Ford Bronco SUV rather than cooperate to do whatever I could to both clear my name, and to help speed up the investigation into who actually did kill them.

    That never passed the smell test for me that an innocent man would have so adamantly tried to skip town under those circumstances.

    That to me was the biggest admission of his guilt, or else he was just plain stupid.
    Plus the disguises, cash and gun he had with him at the time doesn't really scream innocent either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jumper_Dad View Post
    He was found complicit in the murders in the civil trial held after the criminal trial.
    Civil court is meaningless IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrantNKY View Post
    Civil court is meaningless IMO.
    Point was, another jury saw the evidence and found him "Guilty" but instead of prison took $$$

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jumper_Dad View Post
    Point was, another court of public opinionsaw the evidence and found him "Guilty" but instead of prison took $$$
    Fixed it.

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