OJ Simpson Says During Parole Hearing … “I am not a guy that lived a criminal life” … “I’ve never been accused of pulling a weapon.” (VIDEO)
GOOD GRIEF, THERE WERE PEOPLE LAUGHING AND JOKING DURING PAROLE HEARING …
Wow, during the O.J. Simpson parole hearing he actually had the audacity to say, “I am not a guy that lived a criminal life.” REALLY? Then he said, “I’ve never been accused of pulling a weapon.” I think I am going to have to call BS on that one. Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman might disagree. Unfortunately both were not available(warning graphic) to be asked for their comment. Wasn’t OJ Simpson involved in The Trial of the Century? Never been accused of pulling a weapon, eh?
What are the chances that OJ does not do something to break his parole?
Listen to Greg Gutfeld’s commentary below, I could not agree more.
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.
The Dana Pretzer Show – Thursday, July 20, 2017 – Please Join Dana Pretzer Tonight at 9 PM ET with Special Guests: Diane Dimond & Diane Fanning
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- Journalist Diane Dimond will be discussing the O.J Simpson parole hearing.
- Author Diane Fanning will be discussing her new book, ‘Bitter Remains’
On July 13, 2011, Laura Jean Ackerson of Kinston, North Carolina, went to pick up her two toddler sons. It would be the last time she was seen alive…
Two weeks later, detectives searching for the missing mother made a gruesome discovery on the shores of Oyster Creek near Richmond, Texas—the dismembered body parts of a young woman whom they were able to identify as Laura Ackerson.
Laura’s ex, Grant Hayes—the father of her two sons—and his wife, Amanda, the mother of his newborn daughter, both pointed the finger at each other as the one guilty of murdering Laura, cutting up her body, and then transporting and disposing of the remains.
This is the hauntingly true story of a devoted mother, a disturbed couple, and how these horrific events came to pass.
Daily Commentary – Monday, June 20, 2016 – I Didn’t Much Care For the First OJ Documentary with John Travolta
- This new documentary, OJ: Made in America is pretty good!
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Ron Shipp, Friend of O.J. Simpson Says He Thinks He May Confess to Murders of Nicole Brown Simpson & Ron Goldman
WILL O.J. SIMPSON EVER CONFESS TO THE MURDERS OF NICOLE BROWN SIMPSON AND RON GOLDMAN?
Ron Shipp, former Los Angeles police officer and part-time actor who has been a friend of O.J. Simpson for years thinks he might be ready to confess to killing his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and Ron Goldman. Simpson was found not guilty in the 1994 double murder trial of the century that may have been the greatest case of jury nullification ever. Simpson could not stay out of trouble and is now serving a 9 to 33 year sentence in Nevada on an armed-robbery conviction. However in an interview, Ron Shipp says he would probably not come clean until he is out of prison. Simpson is eligible for parole when he turns 70 in 2017.
Sorry, I am not buying the fact that Simpson will ever confess to the crimes he committed even though double jeopardy prevents him from ever being tried again. Like in the case of Joran Van der Sloot and the death of Natalee Holloway in Aruba, sociopaths and narcissists enjoy the attention and causing pain to others. Simpson, like Van der Sloot, will never provide the truth to the Goldman’s, Holloway’s or Twitty’s.
After more than 20 years, countless stories, a popular TV miniseries, countless bizarro theories and, now, a lengthy documentary, the truth about who murdered Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman remains elusive.
Although O.J. Simpson, the former NFL player, was found not guilty by a jury in the trial of the century, a civil jury ordered him to pay $33.5 million in punitive and compensatory damages in finding him liable for the 1994 double murders. Now, a former Los Angeles police officer and part-time actor who has been a friend of The Juice for years thinks he might be ready to confess to killing his ex-wife and Goldman.
“The guy is in total torment today,” Ron Shipp told The New York Daily News at the Los Angeles premiere of ESPN’s “O.J. Simpson: Made in America” documentary, which begins June 11. “Someone told me he is 300 pounds and he looks horrible. O.J. has always felt his appearance meant everything and now, deep down inside, he is starting to live with himself.”