The National Enquirer reported in an exclusive that former NFL great and present disgraced felon, OJ Simpson, was beaten to a bloody pulp and unconscious in a prison yard attack. The Enquirer went on to say that a skin head pounded on O.J.’s head, shoulders and upper body until “The Juice” fell unconscious to the ground in a bloody mess. O.J. Simpson is presently serving a nine year sentence in Nevada’s Lovelock Correctional Center for his involvement in an armed memorabilia robberyin Las Vegas.
Disgraced gridiron great O.J. SIMPSON was beaten unconscious in a brutal prison yard attack, The ENQUIRER has learned exclusively.
Inmates cheered as a muscular young skinhead knocked him to the ground, punching and kicking him to a bloody pulp and inflicting injuries so severe he secretly spent nearly three weeks in the infirmary before he recovered.
The humiliating beating left 63-year-old Simpson in agony – and threw him into a spiral of depression so deep that he’s now afraid to venture out of his cell, divulge sources.
However, did the attack really happen or was it just wishful and creating thinking on the part of The Enquirer? However, as reported at AOL.News … the story was not true. Steve Suwe, the public information officer for the Lovelock Correctional Center in Nevada called the story,”totally bogus.”
Lovelock spokesman Steve Suwe told Surge Desk, “None of that happened. We’ve talked to him, we know where he’s at, he’s physically fine.” He added that Simpson “just does his time. He’s not a big issue for us and the inmates.”
I guess the Enquirer need to continue to focus on reports of former NC Senator John Edwards. They seem to get those 100% correct.
Scared Monkeys Radio Daily Commentary – Thursday, January 8, 2009 – O.J. Simpson Is “Happy In LoveLock”
- OJ Simpson’s latest comments cause Dana to question “the system”
Karma Baby: O.J. Simpson Sentenced to 9 to 33 Years in Las Vegas for Kidnapping and Robbery … The Juice Finally Squeezed
It really is true, what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.
In this case it will be O.J Simpson staying in the Nevada penal system for the next 9 to 33 years. 61 year old former NFL star OJ Simpson was sentenced today in Las Vegas by Clark County District Court Judge Jackie Glass to spend at least nine years in prison up until 33 years. Glass also sentenced co-defendant Clarence Stewart to at least 7 1/2 years behind bars with a maximum sentence of 27 years.
Reporting from Los Angeles and Las Vegas — Brushing aside a tearful apology from O.J. Simpson, a Las Vegas judge today sentenced the former football star to at least nine years in prison for the kidnapping and robbery last year of two sports memorabilia dealers in a casino hotel room.
Under the sentence handed down by Clark County District Court Judge Jackie Glass, Simpson would be eligible for parole in 2017. The maximum time he could serve is 33 years, at which time he would be 94 years old.
OJ Simpson Finally Receives Justice in a Court Room
Your honor, I stand before you today sorry. Somewhat confused. I feel, like, apologetic to the people of the state of Nevada. I’ve been coming to Nevada since 1959. I worked summer jobs for my uncle in ’60 and ’61, and I’ve been coming ever since, and I’ve never gotten into any trouble. People have always been fine to me.
For more than 13 years, OJ Simpson has been widely regarded as the man who got away with murder … today in Vegas his luck ran out.
The Dana Pretzer Show On Scared Monkeys Radio – Thursday, October 23, 2008 – Guests Include Dr. Bev Smallwood Discussing High-Profile News Cases, Elaine Buff (Sister of Slain Police Officer Davina Buff Jones) and Mark Williams (Seen Nightly On Nancy Grace). Also Appearing, Leonard Padilla
- Dr. Bev Smallwood discusses today’s high-profile cases including Casey Anthony and The Anthony Family and OJ Simpson
- Elaine Buff tells us “What Really Happened” in the case of her slain sister, police officer Davina Buff Jones
- Mark Williams, News Director at WNDB-AM and seen nightly on Nancy Grace will discuss the Anthony case
- Leonard Padilla, former Casey Anthony Bail Bondsman
The Dana Pretzer Show On Scared Monkeys Radio – Friday, October 10, 2008 – Tonight A Scared Monkeys Exclusive! “Drew Peterson Exposed”! Also Appearing, Leonard Padilla and Robin Sax … and Tim Miller of Texas EquuSearch
- Tonight, Dana moderates the discussion with Derek Armstrong, author of Drew Peterson Exposed, Drew Peterson and his attorney Joel Brodsky. A Scared Monkeys Radio Exclusive! All three guests will be “exposed” and discuss the book and its accusations.
- Bail Bondsman Leonard Padilla discusses developments in the Caylee/Casey Anthony case
- Criminal profiler Pat Brown discusses OJ, Casey Anthony and Drew Peterson
- Tim Miller, founder of Texas EquuSearch discussing the search for Caylee Anthony, Jennifer Kesse and Natalee Holloway.
The Dana Pretzer Show On Scared Monkeys Radio – Sunday, October 5, 2008 – Guests Include Wendy Murphy Discussing the Caylee Anthony and OJ Simpson Cases, Michael Bryant Discussing The OJ Ruling and Author Bob Schopmeyer
This week, join Dana as he welcomes:
- Wendy Murphy, former District Attorney, Law Professor, Sex Crimes expert and author of the book And Justice For Some: An Expose of the Lawyers and Judges Who let Dangerous Criminals Go Free discussing the Caylee Anthony case, and the OJ Simpson case.
- Michael Bryant of The Legal Edge Network discusses Nevada Vs. Simpson
- Bob Schopmeyer, author of Prior Knoweldge of 911
OJ Simpson Attorney Yale Galanter Calls Verdict Pay Back … Nope Justice was Served 13 Years Later for a Different Crime
In the eyes of paid lawyers, O.J. Simpson is never guilty of his crimes … only juries are to blame. Funny, OJ’s defense team had nothing but praise in 1995 when they were handed a victory. Interesting how it is only pay back when a defense attorney loses. When they win, they state the jury was wise and understood the case and over came their biases. OJ has made a habit of not just remaining secluded and counting his lucky stars for what occurred in 1995. This time OJ fought the law and the law won … JUSTICE SERVED!
O.J. Simpson learned 13 years too late that there are consequences to one’s actions. Had the original LA County jury actually done their job we would have never had to hear about Mr. Simpson ever again. But that is not the case and OJ was allowed to continue his reckless behavior until the law of averages caught up with him. In Vegas the casino only lets one win so many times before one goes bust.
Whatever the jury was thinking, Fred Goldman praised the verdict.
“We’re absolutely thrilled to see the potential that he could serve the rest of his life in jail where the scumbag belongs,” he told CNN.
Yale Galanter, the defense attorney for OJ Simpson called the 12 count conviction of “The Juice” pay back. Pay back for the crimes of murder that OJ was found “not guilty” of 13 years ago in the brutal and heinous deaths of Simpson’s ex-Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman. Galanter called justice served a “lynching”. Cry us a river. Galanter some how has forgotten the jury nullification that took place 13 years ago and had no problem when that specific jury basically played the “pay back” game for crimes they perceived against their race. I guess some how that is different. How soon will this jury be called racists?
The Las Vegas jury that found O.J. Simpson guilty of all charges in a hotel room robbery case were “on an agenda” to make up for Simpson’s 1995 murder acquittal, his attorney said.
GUILTY … THE GLOVE FIT THIS TIME! File this one under, what goes around comes around. Justice is finally served to OJ.
OJ Simpson has been found guilty on all charges stemming from the robbery of two sports memorabilia dealers at gunpoint in a Las Vegas hotel room. OJ was found guilty of kidnapping, armed robbery and 10 other charges pertaining to the robbery. Simpson’s co-defendant, Clarence “C.J.” Stewart was also found guilty on all charges and taken into custody.
A weary and somber Simpson released a heavy sigh as the charges were read by the clerk in Clark County District Court. He was immediately taken into custody.
The Hall of Fame football star was convicted of kidnapping, armed robbery and 10 other charges for gathering up five men a year ago and storming into a room at a hotel-casino, where the group seized several game balls, plaques and photos. Prosecutors said two of the men with him were armed; one of them said Simpson asked him to bring a gun.
Just call it Karma, call it poetic justice … call it just plain justice served, 13 years later. Ironically, the guilty sentence handed down Friday to OJ came 13 years to the day when he was shamefully cleared of murdering his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman. OJ Simpson, 61, could spend the rest of his life in prison and will be sentenced one December 5, 2008. The fact of the matter is, eventually in time, it may not be out time … but justice is served to those who most deserve it.
Pictured above, OJ’s reaction after getting away with murder 13 years ago.
What a difference 13 years make when justice is finally served.
According to Simpson’s defense attorneys, The Juice is extremely upset over being found guilty on all charges of kidnapping, armed robbery and assault with a deadly weapon.
“He’s extremely upset, extremely emotional, but it is something that was expected,” he said.
“Definitely someone like OJ Simpson, everyone has a fixed opinion of him and it’s troubling.
“I wasn’t surprised.”
The jury of nine men and three women, none of them African-American, reached its verdict after 13 hours of deliberations Friday. Jurors heard from 22 witnesses over 12 days of testimony. Chief among the witnesses were seven of the nine people inside Room 1203 of the Palace Station Hotel and Casino for the September 13, 2007, confrontation.
UPDATE I: Timeline of OJ Conviction
UPDATE II: What Happens in Vegas Stays in Vegas
I guess it is true, what happens in Vegas … stays in Vegas including potentially OJ Simpson’s convicted self for the next 30 years in prison.
Kidnapping is punishable by five years to life in prison. Armed robbery carries a mandatory sentence of at least two years behind bars, and could bring as much as 30. Sentencing was set for Dec. 5.
- Dana updates us on the latest circus of events surrounding Simpson
Scared Monkeys Radio Daily Commentary – Tuesday, September 23, 2008 – O.J. Simpson Middleman Sells His Evidence To The Media
- Dana discusses the ethics of selling a “scoop” to news media outlets before informing law enforcement.