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« Reply #25 on: October 04, 2008, 10:24:32 AM »

i dont understand why you put yourself in that position everytime when your so rich.
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« Reply #26 on: October 04, 2008, 10:53:43 AM »

OJ Ritual

Exactly 13 years to the day of his murder acquittal, a jury took 13 hours to find OJ Simpson guilty of armed robbery and assault, among other things. He may spend the rest of his life in prison.

Such coincidences of sentencing are not "normal". It was a ritual involving OJ and whatever he stands for to the Illuminati.

He is a stupid man for what he did. He could not have been in his right mind. However, most people will feel that justice has been done....for his ex-wife and her friend.

I never believed that OJ murdered anyone. I feel he knows who did and may even have arranged it. But, he did not physically do it.

I met OJ in February 1980. Some cousins of mine and I decided to go to a fancy restaurant one night in Bel Air. It had been one of those stormy winters in LA with mudslides and flooding. Before our order arrived, the gas lines went out and we all waited outside until the kitchen could reopen.

There was OJ, leaning under a palm tree, dressed in a bright red leisure suit with matching hat and shoes! He is a pompass ass, but he is not a murderer. He was very friendly, but arrogant.

I know he will appeal, but I think his life is over now.

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« Reply #27 on: October 04, 2008, 10:55:23 AM »

i dont understand why you put yourself in that position everytime when your so rich.

he is a guy
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« Reply #28 on: October 04, 2008, 01:22:12 PM »

Well the value of his autograph just went up


as did his street cred
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« Reply #30 on: October 04, 2008, 01:32:38 PM »

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« Reply #31 on: October 04, 2008, 01:36:51 PM »

i dont understand why you put yourself in that position everytime when your so rich.

Maybe, just maybe, its because he's black?
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« Reply #32 on: October 04, 2008, 01:39:01 PM »

probably very stupid.
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« Reply #33 on: October 04, 2008, 04:20:23 PM »

But he can't continue his hunt for the real killer if he's locked up in Jail.  Maybey Obama will Pardon him.   Grin
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« Reply #34 on: October 05, 2008, 12:18:44 AM »

Looks like the negro is doing hard time...



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 LAS VEGAS, Nevada (CNN) -- Former gridiron great O.J. Simpson was found guilty Friday of all 12 counts in the armed robbery of two sports memorabilia dealers at a Las Vegas, Nevada, casino hotel last year.
The jury reached the verdict 13 years to the day O.J. Simpson was acquitted of two murders.

The jury reached the verdict 13 years to the day O.J. Simpson was acquitted of two murders.


Simpson, 61, and his co-defendant Clarence "C.J." Stewart, 54, were charged with a dozen offenses stemming from the alleged sports memorabilia heist. Stewart was also found guilty of the same charges as Simpson.

Simpson sat quietly and showed little emotion at the defense table as courtroom clerk Sandra Jeter read the verdicts.

After the verdicts were read, deputies immediately handcuffed Simpson and led him out of the courtroom. Video Watch O.J. Simpson being removed from court

According to the Associated Press, Carmelita Durio, Simpson's sister, sobbed as he was being escorted out of the courtroom. As spectators left the courtroom, Durio collapsed and paramedics were called, court spokesman Michael Sommermeyer said.

Simpson and Stewart face the possibility of spending the rest of his life in prison for these convictions. Clark County District Judge Jackie Glass set sentencing for December 5. Video Watch O.J. Simpson verdict being read

Simpson arrived at the Clark County Justice Center at around 10:50 p.m. (1:50 a.m. Saturday ET). Simpson told CNN's Ted Rowlands on the phone before the verdict was read that he was "apprehensive."

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.

The evidence included testimony from the two dealers, four co-defendants who cut plea deals and cooperated with prosecutors and hours of often-profane, crackling, secretly recorded audiotapes.
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Prosecutors alleged that the men, led by Simpson, burst into the room, flashed a gun and threatened memorabilia dealers Bruce Fromong and Al Beardsley.

The men then filled two pillowcases with Simpson trinkets, signed Pete Rose baseballs and Joe Montana lithographs. Simpson's defense attorneys maintained their client was merely trying to retrieve personal photographs and other mementos that belonged to him.

Neither Simpson nor Stewart testified during the trial. Instead, their attorneys savaged the motives of the other witnesses.

Simpson's lawyer, Yale Galanter, said Simpson was a target of investigators from the very beginning. The case "has taken on a life of its own because of Mr. Simpson's involvement," he added.

"Every cooperator, every person who had a gun, every person who had an ulterior motive, every person who signed a book deal, every person who got paid money, the police, the district attorney's office is only interested in one thing: Mr. Simpson," Galanter said.

Stewart was characterized by his lawyer, E. Brent Bryson, as the trial's forgotten player.

The most compelling evidence for all sides came from the audiotapes.

For the prosecution, conversations taped by collectibles middleman Thomas Riccio took jurors from the poolside planning to the profanity-laced hotel room confrontation.

Riccio, a chatty sports memorabilia dealer and convicted felon made the rounds on network news shows immediately after the hotel room fracas. He admitted on the stand that various media outlets paid him $210,000.

The crucial evidence for the defense came from two audiotapes, a voicemail from a key prosecution witness who seemed willing to tailor his testimony for a price and tapes of Las Vegas police officers laughing and joking about Simpson's Los Angeles acquittal following his arrest.

Galanter told jurors the surreptitious recording captured police investigators in the hotel room after the confrontation. "They're making jokes. They're saying things like, 'We're gonna get him,"' he said.

Police were called to the hotel around 8 p.m. on September 13, 2007. Shortly after midnight, detectives visited Simpson at his hotel. He told them he was just trying to recover property that had been stolen from him.

"Why are they not in trouble?" Simpson asked about memorabilia dealers Beardsley and Fromong, according to police reports filed in the case. Both men testified for the prosecution, although Beardsley said Simpson did nothing wrong and was "set up" by the "rat Riccio."

Riccio, who was not charged in the case, testified that he didn't think twice about recording Simpson when asked for help retrieving what Simpson claimed was his property.

All four of the former co-defendants testified for the prosecution. Two of them tied Simpson to guns and threats.

Michael McClinton testified that Simpson instructed him to bring a gun and "look menacing" before they entered the hotel room.

Simpson has told police he had no idea the people with him were armed.

The testimony was laced with innuendo about unsavory activities by several of the witnesses, many with criminal records. Riccio and Beardsley feuded openly, calling each other names and questioning each other's sanity.

Aware that loose cannons on the stand could blow the case into mistrial purgatory, Glass refused to let David Cook testify. Cook, an attorney for the family of Ronald Lyle Goldman, searches for Simpson assets to satisfy the $33.5 million civil judgment against the former NFL star.

Simpson was acquitted of killing his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and Goldman in a trial that ended 13 years to the day before the Las Vegas jury began its deliberations.

Regarding Glass' ruling, Cook told CNN: "If you read between the lines, I think she thought my appearance would bring up the Ghost of Christmas Past."

The case featured 19 male witnesses and just three cameo appearances from women. Swagger and testosterone ran rampant with hard stares from the witness stand.
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As testimony neared its end, Glass, a former television news reporter, vented her frustration with the quibbling lawyers.

"I'm trying to get this trial back on track," she snapped. "I am surprised you haven't seen my head spin and fire come out of my mouth at this point in this trial."

  He should be skinned and then boiled alive in sulfuric acid for what he did to that chick 13 years ago. The World would be such a better place without the sociopathic genes that Neanderthals like Simpson carry.

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« Reply #35 on: October 05, 2008, 12:59:14 AM »

I can't wait for OJ the Movie.
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« Reply #36 on: October 05, 2008, 01:17:48 AM »

'Get those brokers back in here! Turn those machines back on!'    Wink

Lol.  Score one in the 'nature' column, Mortimer.
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« Reply #37 on: October 05, 2008, 03:42:37 AM »

Simpson did not kill them, but he knows who did.

In fact, he may have witnessed it and ran home.

It was a drug deal related to her being a Monarch and not following instructions.

OJ was her handler and very possessive.

The whole thing is being revisited by the media as an enhancement to triggers involving stalking and vigilante programming.

That is why we are seeing sudden strange murders all over.

This is about the Nicole murders btw ..
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« Reply #38 on: October 05, 2008, 03:53:22 AM »

Simpson did not kill them, but he knows who did.

In fact, he may have witnessed it and ran home.

It was a drug deal related to her being a Monarch and not following instructions.

OJ was her handler and very possessive.

The whole thing is being revisited by the media as an enhancement to triggers involving stalking and vigilante programming.

That is why we are seeing sudden strange murders all over.

This is about the Nicole murders btw ..


what sealed OJ's fate is that in Nevada, jurors are free to ask questions at any point during examinations.  this is why OJ never took the witness stand.  his goose is finally cooked.
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« Reply #39 on: October 05, 2008, 11:12:54 AM »

OJ Ritual

Exactly 13 years to the day of his murder acquittal, a jury took 13 hours to find OJ Simpson guilty of armed robbery and assault, among other things. He may spend the rest of his life in prison.

Such coincidences of sentencing are not "normal". It was a ritual involving OJ and whatever he stands for to the Illuminati.

He is a stupid man for what he did. He could not have been in his right mind. However, most people will feel that justice has been done....for his ex-wife and her friend.

I never believed that OJ murdered anyone. I feel he knows who did and may even have arranged it. But, he did not physically do it.

I met OJ in February 1980. Some cousins of mine and I decided to go to a fancy restaurant one night in Bel Air. It had been one of those stormy winters in LA with mudslides and flooding. Before our order arrived, the gas lines went out and we all waited outside until the kitchen could reopen.

There was OJ, leaning under a palm tree, dressed in a bright red leisure suit with matching hat and shoes! He is a pompass ass, but he is not a murderer. He was very friendly, but arrogant.

I know he will appeal, but I think his life is over now.
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« Reply #40 on: October 05, 2008, 11:40:05 AM »

I never met OJ but my mom was a very close friend of his and during the 70's and 80's my mom was the bank manager at UCB at the branch OJ banked at.  In fact my mom was one of the first people he called when his kid drowned in his pool.  He always bought her gifts and my dad hated him.  She invited him over for dinner one night.  Not sure what year but is was probably around 76' cause I was still in school.  She told us at dinner and my dad immediately said "I don't want that guy over here for dinner".  Me and my brother looked at each other and said dad what the heck, why not, we have Mr Harrison and his family over for dinner and he is black.  My dad says "Mr. Harrison is a black man not a guy". (Mr. Harrison was an attorney and huge general contractor who built high rises and a close family friend).  Me and my brother look at each in awe wondering what the fuck.  Anyway, OJ never came over cause I know my mom didn't want my dad to say anything to him.  My dad was funny as hell.  He was a guy from Texas who didn't go to college but ended up working as an engineer at Garrett/Airsearch designing turbine engines.  My mom graduated from USC and was in banking from age 16 till she died at age 60.  It was the only job she ever had in her life. But, she always liked OJ alot.  OJ gave me his autograph numerous times on an 8 x 10 of him breaking the rushing record.  The 8 x 10's were coming up missing all the time and we found out our housekeeper was taking them.  So if anyone sees an 8 x10 signed to Keith tell me, I will go in there and steal it away.  I remember one of the pictures said "I am running out of pictures to give you Keith".  To this day I kind of wish I could at least meet him and tell him who I am.  I think he would have got a kick out of meeting me finally after finding out who I am.
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« Reply #41 on: October 05, 2008, 11:47:42 AM »

every black man ends up in jail sooner or later in america.
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« Reply #42 on: October 05, 2008, 12:10:01 PM »

This was bound to happen sooner or later...  most people felt he got away with murder, so you just knew that any charge they could get him on from that point on would be blown all out of proportion and he'd be railroaded into prison.  From what I know about this, he was just trying to get back stuff that was stolen from him, and had this been anyone else the charges would have been dropped or they would have gotten a slap on the wrist.

If he was smart, OJ should have moved to Europe after he was aquitted of the murder.  Over there he's far less known, and wouldn't have prosecutors gunning for him.   

Any half bright special olympian would be careful to never get so much as a speeding ticket tho.  He got away scot free.  All he had to do was enjoy his millions and not do anything incredibly stupid.

Do they have a special jail for retards?  So long OJ.
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« Reply #43 on: October 05, 2008, 12:17:55 PM »


Oh, I agree he was stupid for handling this in the way he did, no question, but I'm saying that in this situation anyone but OJ would have been let off with a misdemenor.

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« Reply #44 on: October 05, 2008, 12:18:28 PM »

I never met OJ but my mom was a very close friend of his and during the 70's and 80's my mom was the bank manager at UCB at the branch OJ banked at.  In fact my mom was one of the first people he called when his kid drowned in his pool.  He always bought her gifts and my dad hated him.  She invited him over for dinner one night.  Not sure what year but is was probably around 76' cause I was still in school.  She told us at dinner and my dad immediately said "I don't want that guy over here for dinner".  Me and my brother looked at each other and said dad what the heck, why not, we have Mr Harrison and his family over for dinner and he is black.  My dad says "Mr. Harrison is a black man not a guy". (Mr. Harrison was an attorney and huge general contractor who built high rises and a close family friend).  Me and my brother look at each in awe wondering what the fuck.  Anyway, OJ never came over cause I know my mom didn't want my dad to say anything to him.  My dad was funny as hell.  He was a guy from Texas who didn't go to college but ended up working as an engineer at Garrett/Airsearch designing turbine engines.  My mom graduated from USC and was in banking from age 16 till she died at age 60.  It was the only job she ever had in her life. But, she always liked OJ alot.  OJ gave me his autograph numerous times on an 8 x 10 of him breaking the rushing record.  The 8 x 10's were coming up missing all the time and we found out our housekeeper was taking them.  So if anyone sees an 8 x10 signed to Keith tell me, I will go in there and steal it away.  I remember one of the pictures said "I am running out of pictures to give you Keith".  To this day I kind of wish I could at least meet him and tell him who I am.  I think he would have got a kick out of meeting me finally after finding out who I am.

Your dad is my kind of guy! Cheesy
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« Reply #45 on: October 05, 2008, 01:21:21 PM »

every black man ends up in jail sooner or later in america.

That is true if every one pf them decide to be a one man crime wave on to himself.

OJ is an idiot and deserves his fate.
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« Reply #46 on: October 05, 2008, 01:23:51 PM »

This was bound to happen sooner or later...  most people felt he got away with murder, so you just knew that any charge they could get him on from that point on would be blown all out of proportion and he'd be railroaded into prison.  From what I know about this, he was just trying to get back stuff that was stolen from him, and had this been anyone else the charges would have been dropped or they would have gotten a slap on the wrist.

If he was smart, OJ should have moved to Europe after he was aquitted of the murder.  Over there he's far less known, and wouldn't have prosecutors gunning for him.   

You cant use potentially deadly force to reposses property.  He should have called the cops and told them someone was in possession of stolen property of his. 

What OJ did was criminal by any legal defintion. 
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« Reply #47 on: October 05, 2008, 01:59:24 PM »


I agree, but I'm saying that to an average juror, what he did was at least understandable, given that he was the victim in the first place.  Most people would feel pretty justified in taking action to recover their property from a thief.  I really don't think most people (if they had clean records) would be facing jail time (or at least not much) for this...  the prosecutor would deal it down.   But because this is OJ, he will be serving a long sentence for the crime he didn't get convicted of, not the one he did.

Its because he used firearms and held these people against their will.  This is the legal definition of kidnapping.  Understandable yes, but legal, no.

OJ is a fool. 
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« Reply #48 on: October 05, 2008, 02:38:16 PM »

OJ is a thug and an idiot
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« Reply #49 on: October 05, 2008, 05:43:47 PM »

Your dad is my kind of guy! Cheesy

Everyone liked my dad.  His name was Casey Jones too.  So that really broke the ice when talking to people.  He was kind of like Archie Bunker but not quite that bad.  He got along with everyone just didn't like OJ much
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