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O.J. Granted Parole

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Gigix4 --- 148 days ago -

My guess was that they would do exactly that. 

the Markster --- 148 days ago -

His debt to society is paid in full. 

Prolix Raconteur --- 148 days ago -

Off to make millions more in book deals, talk shows and reality shows; not a penny of which will go towards the Brown/Goldman families and their civil suit judgment. 

SagaciousSighFiGurl (Mod) --- 148 days ago -

His debt will be paid when he gets to hell.

lets not forget he almost decapitated his ex wife. and Ron Goldman, lets not forget him either. 

Gigix4 --- 148 days ago -

not a penny of which will go towards the Brown/Goldman families and their civil suit judgment.

Not that it is even close to what he owes, it was stated today that he has paid an amount about 6 figures toward that judgement. Commentators indicated that restitution in regards to cases like that are usually pennies on the dollar.

His debt will be paid when he gets to hell.
Yes, I believe the Good Lord will give him what is due for that. 

Prolix Raconteur --- 148 days ago -

His first order of business is to pursue the real killers. 

whatchamacallit --- 147 days ago -

Prolix Raconteur --- 2 hours ago - quote - hide comments
His first order of business is to pursue the real killers.?



And do what, kill them? I didn't know he was suicidal. 

sheddy --- 147 days ago -

If I remember correctly, he wasn't going to rest until he found the killer. Guess he knew who it was. 

sdanielmcev --- 147 days ago -

His debt to society is paid in full

No. After he serves his parole, he will have fulfilled his sentence. 

Emelia --- 147 days ago -

How could someone possibly say that OJ has paid his debt in full? He murdered two people and was never held criminally liable for his actions. No matter what good this man could ever do it won't change the fact that he got away with a double murder. Every time you hear his name you will think about what he did and got away with it. He is truly a sick human being. 

Butterbean --- 147 days ago -

Welcome Mrs Boho. You're gonna fit right in. 

Prolix Raconteur --- 147 days ago -

And do what, kill them? I didn't know he was suicidal.

See below:

sar·casm


/?sär?kaz?m/


noun

noun: sarcasm; plural noun: sarcasms




the use of irony to mock or convey contempt.
"his voice, hardened by sarcasm, could not hide his resentment"


synonyms: derision, mockery, ridicule, scorn, sneering, scoffing; 

AwesomeTattooedDragon --- 147 days ago -

did anyone watch OJ's reaction to the Board's decision? Brought back old memories- 

AMDG --- 147 days ago -

did anyone watch OJ's reaction to the Board's decision?

refused to watch. All he has left to sell is his infamy, and i am not buying.

Not going to watch him on the talk show circuit, don't want to hear him interviewed , and will definitely not read a single word of some ghost written book that will come out.

Wish there was popular revolt to keep OJ off of my tv screen. 

Emperor of Kingwood --- 147 days ago -

Agree. He's totally irrelevant. 

RedMulch --- 147 days ago -

Agree. He's totally irrelevant.

Amen 

Porter Wagoner (Mod) --- 147 days ago -

I hear Benihana is trying to recruit him as a table chef. 

mutton --- 146 days ago -

Lol. Do they gotta wear gloves? 

whatchamacallit --- 146 days ago -

Prolix Raconteur --- 8 hours ago - quote - hide comments
And do what, kill them? I didn't know he was suicidal.

See below:

sar?casm



I know, as was my comment. 

AwesomeTattooedDragon --- 146 days ago -

after watching, I had a good cathartic puke. 

TinktheSprite --- 146 days ago -

OJ has gotten way, way, WAY more publicity than he deserves. Personally, I am not interested in what happens to him. 

whatchamacallit --- 146 days ago -

I only wish for him exactly what he has dished out in his life. It's only fair. 

JustWatching --- 145 days ago -

How could someone possibly say that OJ has paid his debt in full? He murdered two people and was never held criminally liable for his actions.

Actually, he was found innocent. Therefore, he did not kill anybody and that's just your opinion. I'm not defending him just telling you the facts. 

AwesomeTattooedDragon --- 145 days ago -

Anyone who was born since then, knows how that trial ended. They also know he was guilty.THAT's a fact. 

JustWatching --- 145 days ago -

Anyone who was born since then, knows how that trial ended. They also know he was guilty.THAT's a fact.

Not according to the law. Think what you want. I'm not defending him I'm just going by what the law says. BTW...that's not a fact. That's your opinion. 

esquala --- 145 days ago -

Lock up your trophies, people, that's all I'm saying. 

sdanielmcev --- 145 days ago -

He was found not guilty, not innocent. The prosecution failed to find guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. 

the Markster --- 145 days ago -

I only wish for him exactly what he has dished out in his life.

Life isnt fair. He is likely to have a reality show up his butt and make millions. 

JustWatching --- 145 days ago -

He's going to make a ton of money from his retirement from the NFL and acting. 

AwesomeTattooedDragon --- 144 days ago -

what's your point? he almost decapitated his ex-wife, and slaughtered that poor Goldman kid- that jury wouldn't have found him guilty if he had been the butcher of Birckenau.. 

tinnman --- 144 days ago -

what's your point? he almost decapitated his ex-wife, and slaughtered that poor Goldman kid-

No...he didn't. He was accused of almost decapitating his ex wife and slaughtering that poor Goldman kid, but, a jury of his peers found him not guilty as charged.

A. Jury. Of. His. Peers.

He was afforded the same rights as you or I would be granted given the same situation. He had one extra hurdle to jump though. He was already guilty in the court of public opinion before the trial ever started, as is evidenced in some of the responses to this thread.

Unless you watched every second of every day of this trial, I don't see how anyone can pronounce guilt or innocence. Only the jury was qualified to do so and they found enough doubt to find him not guilty.

Of course, you and I are also entitled to our opinion. It's obvious that this verdict is still very polarizing. It disturbs me that the opinions are almost universally grounded against racial lines.

I'm not sure why. OJ was the whitest black guy I've ever seen...if that makes sense. Yet, almost all whites think he did it and all blacks think he didn't. In reality, Johnny Cochran was masterful in bringing in the racial aspect of his arrest and the DNA evidence. He was able to convince the jury that the arresting cops were racist and the mishandling of the DNA evidence was also racially motivated.

All in all, not our best day of jurisprudence. 

It is I WhyWhyWhy --- 143 days ago -

Unless you watched every second of every day of this trial, I don't see how anyone can pronounce guilt or innocence. Only the jury was qualified to do so and they found enough doubt to find him not guilty.


I did watch every minute of the trial as I was on bedrest the entire time. He was guilty AF, however the police in their rush to make sure he was found guilty planted evidence. Their actions caused reasonable doubt and got him acquitted. 

SagaciousSighFiGurl (Mod) --- 143 days ago -

Planted what evidence?? The victims blood was on his shoes, in his car, in his foyer, LOL. And the drain in his house.

Actually there has rarely been a case so loaded with DNA evidence. Tons of people have been convicted on so much, much less.

Too bad they didnt just shoot him in the head when he was RUNNING from police capture. 

Emperor of Kingwood --- 143 days ago -

Actually there has rarely been a case so loaded with DNA evidence. Tons of people have been convicted on so much, much less.


The police and the prosecutors office bungled the case. 

Gigix4 --- 143 days ago -

The victims blood was on his shoes, in his car, in his foyer, LOL. And the drain in his house

Just thinking ... was there not DNA inside that famous glove before he put it on in court? 

SagaciousSighFiGurl (Mod) --- 143 days ago -

Glove evidence: (1) left glove found at Bundy and right glove found at Simpson residence are Aris Light gloves, size XL, (2) Nicole Brown bought pair of Aris Light XL gloves in 1990 at Bloomingdale's, (3) Simpson wore Aris Light gloves from 1990 to June, 1994. Blood on gloves matched victims blood BUT Simpson put on that grand show where he struggled to get them on hoping the jury woud think they didnt fit. Johnny Cochrans, "if the gloves dont fit, you must aquit" saying helped plant the seeds of doubt. 

It is I WhyWhyWhy --- 142 days ago -

Planted what evidence?? The victims blood was on his shoes, in his car, in his foyer, LOL. And the drain in his house.



Blood on his socks, cops took a vial of OJ's blood to the crime scene while evidence was being collected, possibly the glove behind the guest house. I still think he was guilty and I also think there was enough evidence to convict him without what they did. They knew about the beatings, the suspected that he did it early on and wanted to make sure they got him. Fuhrman took the 5th when asked if he planted any evidence. They created the count in the jurors minds by being stupid and planting evidence at a crime scene that didn't need their help. 

jackass --- 142 days ago -

Actually, he was found innocent.


He was found to be responsible in civil court when actual evidence was permitted and he couldn't plead the fifth.


In other words, it was proven that he did it. 

jackass --- 142 days ago -


The police and the prosecutors office bungled the case.




Exactly. He was only found not guilty in criminal court because of the case they presented. 

tinnman --- 141 days ago -

He was found to be responsible in civil court when actual evidence was permitted and he couldn't plead the fifth.


In other words, it was proven that he did it.



Well...not really.

He was found responsible due to preponderance of the evidence. Not beyond a reasonable doubt. What that means is that the blood evidence, while proven to be tainted, was all the jury needed to know about. One glove found on his property and one found at the crime scene is another example. How they got there wasn't under consideration.

In other words, circumstantial evidence is allowed in a civil case. It's also allowed in a criminal case, but, it's usually excluded because it inherently allows for a reasonable doubt. Which is exactly what happened in the criminal trial. Lots of circumstantial evidence.

Also, in a criminal case, you are allowed to decide whether or not you will testify on your own behalf for the defense. If you do, you are then obligated to sit for a cross examination without pleading the fifth. If you don't testify on your own behalf, then you do not have to sit through a cross, or testify at all.

That is not pleading the fifth. Pleading the fifth is your right to protect yourself from self incrimination. 

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