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    Quote Originally Posted by Miller47 View Post
    No argument.

    Problem is, there will be some people who will treat him as a celebrity.

    He'll have drugs and women thrown at him.

    People will offer him "reality" TV shows, and invite him to parties.

    Most of us will despise him, but some will adore him.
    In this day and "Bizarroland" age especially, I don't doubt any of it.

    It has been said that his celebrity has kept him in jail longer than the average prisoner... so there is more wrong with this than the OJ case...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miller47 View Post
    Maybe as soon as Oct 1st.

    If he can lie as effectively to the parole board as he lied to the world after he got away with double murder, yes, it's possible.

    If he gets out, how will life be as the most hated "free" person in America?

    Until Manson gets paroled, anyway.

    Other than Trump and Casey Anthony, he'd have to be the one, right?

    Heard the radio people talk about it and they said it would be OJ, and not even close.
    The victim is testifying in his behalf.

    OJ was found not guilty, but you still want revenge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thx1138 View Post
    In this day and "Bizarroland" age especially, I don't doubt any of it.

    It has been said that his celebrity has kept him in jail longer than the average prisoner... so there is more wrong with this than the OJ case...

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    33 years for a so called robbery to try and get back his own items. OJ did not even have a gun.someone with him did.

    Vindictive Judge.

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    For this crime anyone else would already be out of jail. I don't know how to mix apples with oranges and have it come out that OJ should serve more time. It doesn't matter what anyone thinks happened the night his ex wife died. It only matters what he has been found guilty of and whether the board fairly treats him like any other person who commits the same crime.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MaryAnne View Post
    33 years for a so called robbery to try and get back his own items. OJ did not even have a gun.someone with him did.

    Vindictive Judge.
    I agree 33 years is harsh, but if he suspected someone was selling "his" property then he should have called the cops.

    from wiki:

    "When the group entered the room, Simpson ordered his group to not allow anybody to leave the room.[9] Simpson and Beardsley proceeded to argue over where the memorabilia came from.[6] During the confrontation, accomplice Michael McClinton threatened Fromong with a gun.[7] Simpson's group then stuffed O. J. Simpson memorabilia, along with autographed Pete Rose baseballs and Joe Montana lithographs, into pillowcases.[10][7] The party then returned to the Palms Casino Resort.[7] The confrontation lasted about six minutes.[11]

    He also took some Pete Rose baseballs and Joe Montana lithographs, so right there his "getting my property back" defense evaporates.

    What is the usual sentence for strong-arm robbery?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaryAnne View Post
    The victim is testifying in his behalf.

    OJ was found not guilty, but you still want revenge.
    Sour grapes, yet again.

    You would think that anyone who was found "not guilty" of double murder would keep a low profile.

    Whether he was guilty or not, he should have taken all measures to avoid trouble.

    Most people would...but not OJ.

    He went looking for trouble, and he found it.

    He didn't get away with it the second time.

    Did it to himself, no one else to blame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miller47 View Post
    Maybe as soon as Oct 1st.

    If he can lie as effectively to the parole board as he lied to the world after he got away with double murder, yes, it's possible.

    If he gets out, how will life be as the most hated "free" person in America?

    Until Manson gets paroled, anyway.

    Other than Trump and Casey Anthony, he'd have to be the one, right?

    Heard the radio people talk about it and they said it would be OJ, and not even close.
    I can't think of anything I care less about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Minotaur View Post
    For this crime anyone else would already be out of jail. I don't know how to mix apples with oranges and have it come out that OJ should serve more time. It doesn't matter what anyone thinks happened the night his ex wife died. It only matters what he has been found guilty of and whether the board fairly treats him like any other person who commits the same crime.

    Yeah. Have to agree with that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Minotaur View Post
    For this crime anyone else would already be out of jail. I don't know how to mix apples with oranges and have it come out that OJ should serve more time. It doesn't matter what anyone thinks happened the night his ex wife died. It only matters what he has been found guilty of and whether the board fairly treats him like any other person who commits the same crime.

    ...But I have the same opinion on the Denny Hastert case.

    Don't believe the courts handled that one properly either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miller47 View Post
    Sour grapes, yet again.

    You would think that anyone who was found "not guilty" of double murder would keep a low profile.

    Whether he was guilty or not, he should have taken all measures to avoid trouble.

    Most people would...but not OJ.

    He went looking for trouble, and he found it.

    He didn't get away with it the second time.

    Did it to himself, no one else to blame.
    But OJ didn't kill his wife and Goldman.

    Columbians did, Goldman was Nicholes cocaine source.. he crossed the Columbians.

    What evidence produced shows OJ didn't do it.

    1. EDTA in the blood evidence at OJ's house and in OJ's Blood at the scene
    2. OJ's blood at the scene (OJ's lawyers took pictures of OJ the day after the crime, he didn't have any injuries on his body with exception of a small cut on his hand, remember he was wearing gloves, so HIS blood would not be at the scene)
    3. Time he didn't have time to kill them hide the clothes drive home, take shower get all the blood off him and make it to the Limo.
    4. Goldman was a black belt he punched his attacker so many times and so hard his knuckles were bruised, OJ had no injuries on his body, if goldman had punched his attacker that hard they would have been bruised for days
    5. Goldmans partner was killed the same way a few days earlier.

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