THE JUICE WILL SOON BE ON THE LOOSE …
Yesterday, a four-member Nevada Board of Parole Commissioners voted unanimously to parole O.J. Simpson. He could be free as soon as October 1, 2017. OJ Simpson, one of the most polarizing individuals of our time will be let out of prison after serving 9 of 33 years for his involvement in the 2007 robbery at a Las Vegas hotel room. However, where it is right or wrong, pertains to his incarcerated crimes or not, people view Simpson for the heinous crime he got away with in the 1994 double murders of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman. That’s just a fact. For all those yesterday in the news and on sports talk shows who stated we should get over it and that this is was justice, spare us the dribble, you were most likely in diapers when Nicole Brown Simpson nearly had her head cut off.
People will always be livid when it comes to O.J. Simpson, because they know that JUSTICE WAS NOT SERVED.
This is what People remember … A person who got away with murder
O.J. Simpson, the polarizing former football star, seemed to suggest he was ready to recede from the spotlight after succeeding in his quest for freedom after being incarcerated for nine years at a desert prison in northern Nevada.
Simpson, convicted of robbery and kidnapping, was granted parole Thursday — a unanimous vote by the four-member Nevada Board of Parole Commissioners reported instantly by national and international media. He could be free as soon as Oct. 1.
His release, too, is unlikely to go unnoticed. The moment Simpson received his fourth and final vote from the Nevada Board of Parole recommending release, he dropped his head, as if to give a quiet cheer of celebration to himself, before responding, “Thank you.”
Sorry, OJ will always be a pariah and by witness from his past acts, this narcissist will hardly stay out of the spotlight. Maybe now that Simpson is free, he can go back to looking for his former wife’s killer like he had promised to do.
YOU GO GIRL,
ANNIE’S KIMBER GOT A GUN!!!
17 year old Kimber Wood protected herself from a would be home intruder and suspected car thief, who was on the run from Spokane County deputies, by grabbing her father’s gun. The incident occurred Monday in Spokane County, Washington. Initially, the incident started at around 5:00 a.m. when deputies spotted a stolen car in the Wandermere area and pursued the suspect, who ditched the vehicle and took off on foot. Police deputies set up a perimeter to look for the suspect. Wood received a phone call from her boyfriend and her parents, warning her of a man on the run from Spokane, WA Sheriff’s deputies. A short time later, Kimber woke up to the sound of someone coming into her house and found herself face to face with the suspect in her home. Kimber pulled her gun out, pointed at the suspect and said, “Who are you?” and “Get the (expletive) out of my house!”
Watching The Wake Up Show on KHQ was 17-year-old Kimber Wood’s boyfriend and parents, who told her there was a car thief on the loose in the area and deputies were searching for him.
Kimber’s parents and boyfriend left for work and after seeing our story. Her boyfriend came across some deputies on his way to work and got more information from them. He then called Kimber to let her know what deputies told him. Kimber then called her dad and asked if she could grab one of his guns for protection. He said yes.
Kimber grabbed a gun, placed it under her pillow and went back to sleep. A short time later she says she woke up to the sound of someone coming into her house. She grabbed the gun and hid behind her makeup vanity. She soon found herself face to face with the man on the run from deputies.
Kimber pulled her gun out, pointed at the suspect and said, “Who are you?” and “Get the (expletive) out of my house!”
U.S. Swimmer Ryan Lochte, Gunnar Bentz, Jack Conger & Jimmy Feigen Robbed at Gunpoint in Rio at Olympics
RYAN LOCHTE AND THREE OTHER U.S. SWIMMERS ROBBED AT GUNPOINT IN RIO …
NBC News is reporting that U.S. Olympic swimmers Ryan Lochte, Gunnar Bentz, Jack Conger and Jimmy Feigen were robbed at gunpoint at the Rio Olympics. According to accounts, the four U.S. Athletes left France House early Sunday morning in a taxi headed for the Olympic Village. Their taxi was stopped by individuals posing as armed police officers who demanded the athletes’ money and other personal belongings. This is interesting, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) said that the U.S. Committee denied the crime. The investigation is in progress.”
Following conflicting reports — including the IOC denying any incident took place — Lochte himself confirmed with TODAY’s Billy Bush that he and the other swimmers were robbed at gunpoint.
“We got pulled over, in the taxi, and these guys came out with a badge, a police badge, no lights, no nothing just a police badge and they pulled us over,” Lochte said. “They pulled out their guns, they told the other swimmers to get down on the ground — they got down on the ground. I refused, I was like we didn’t do anything wrong, so — I’m not getting down on the ground.
“And then the guy pulled out his gun, he cocked it, put it to my forehead and he said, ‘Get down,’ and I put my hands up, I was like ‘whatever.’ He took our money, he took my wallet — he left my cell phone, he left my credentials.”
TALK ABOUT YOUR BIZARRE STORIES … DOES A CITIZEN HAVE A RIGHT TO DEFEND THEIR HOME?
68 year old Nathaniel Johnson finds himself in some hot water as the alleged burglar he tied to a tree has died. According to the Washington County Sheriff’s Office in Alabama, around 10 p.m., Cleveland Gully broke the lock, and and was when Johnson tackled him to the ground, tied his hands behind his back and brought him to the tree. Washington County Sheriff Richard Stringer said, “He began to tie him to the tree still in the standing up position.” Stringer went on to say, that Johnson used electrical wire and rope from a clothesline to tie him to the tree and then masking tape, “multiple layers of masking tape that he had wrapped around his mouth and all the way around his head.” Johnson called police; however, when police arrived to the scene, the burglar was dead.
The Washington County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the death of an alleged burglar who was tied to a tree by a homeowner.
It happened on Spurgeon Road in Leroy late Friday night.
The homeowner is still being questioned.
“I would say this is a very unusual case,” said Washington County Sheriff Richard Stringer.
Stringer has interviewed 68-year-old Nathaniel Johnson all night in the county jail.
Deputies say his attempt to catch an alleged burglar went wrong, killing 31-year-old Cleveland Gully, who lives nearby.
Gully’s uncle is in disbelief his nephew is gone.
“I was surprised that it happened,” Michael Gully said. “He just wasn’t a violent person that I know of.”
According to the story Johnson told deputies, his home had been robbed before, and he wasn’t letting it happen again.
TRY EXPLAINING THIS ONE WHY YOU ARE IN PRISON TO YOUR FELLOW RAPIST AND MURDERING CONS …
THE CANDY MAN THIEF … 35 year old Jesus N. Ibarra was arrested last week and charged with grand theft of a cargo and possessing stolen property. The stolen property was 7,500 pounds of candy! The candy, which had not passed inspection, was supposed to be hauled to a San Bernardino county location for destruction. However, Jesus N. Ibarra decided to steal the candy and put it in his garage. According to the police reports, when the truck arrived to its location, about 7,500 pounds of candy were missing. This is where the greed and stupidity of those that commit crimes once again comes into play. The police were tipped off when they saw an ad turned up on Craigslist and a Facebook site for High Desert Deals.
The Candy man – Sammy Davis Jr.
Candy bars led to jail bars for a 35-year-old desert man caught with a garageful of stolen sweets, say San Bernardino County sheriff’s officials.
Hesperia resident Jesus N. Ibarra was arrested a 1:14 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 7, at his home along the 13100 block of Modesto Court and booked for investigation of a grand theft of a cargo and possessing stolen property, jail records show. He was released on bail.
The trouble started after Excel Corporation — the West Coast distributor for Mars Candy Company — contracted with a trucking company to haul a load of candy that hadn’t passed inspection to a San Bernardino county location for destruction.
When the truck arrived, about 7,500 pounds of candy were missing, sheriff’s officials said in a written statement.
Deputies caught a break when advertisements turned up on Craigslist and a Facebook site for High Desert Deals. That prompted a search warrant for Ibarra’s home.
I think i wrote on this story just so that I could use the Candy man video by Sammy Davis Jr.