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    OJ Simpson Found Guilty

    Exactly 13 years to the day he was acquitted of killing his ex-wife and Ronald Goldman.

    Could spend the rest of his life in jail.

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    Re: OJ Simpson Found Guilty

    Quote Originally Posted by Dom Heffner View Post
    Exactly 13 years to the day he was acquitted of killing his ex-wife and Ronald Goldman.

    Could spend the rest of his life in jail.

    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/27010657/
    If he spends the rest of his life in jail, how will he ever be able to find the "real killers" of Nicole and Goldman? There are surely a few golf courses that O.J. has not yet had an opportunity to check out in his never ending quest to find those murderers.
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    That's great news. I think OJ was guilty 13 years ago and I also think he's guilty of using a gun and intimidating a couple folks in this instance which is pretty much what he was convicted of. In a sense the two trials were connected because the whole reason OJ had this issue of moving his memorabilia around the "underground" was to avoid paying money to the Goldman family. He lost the civil trial because of how the criminal trial went and now it leads to this. It really did all come back to him.

    Of course he'll appeal and he may still walk but he'll be in jail for awhile now and I doubt he has the fight he had as a 48 yr old. He also doesn't have Johnnie Cochran anymore. This process will be much harder on him this time around.

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    I too think he committed the crime a decade and a half ago, however based on our judicial system the 'right' verdict was reached. I'm a huge supporter of the beyond reasonable doubt. I'd rather a few guilty walk than many innocents go to jail.

    Anyway, I too hope he is sentenced based only on this crime and not the specter of the previous one.

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    Re: OJ Simpson Found Guilty

    Quote Originally Posted by Joseph View Post
    I too think he committed the crime a decade and a half ago, however based on our judicial system the 'right' verdict was reached. I'm a huge supporter of the beyond reasonable doubt. I'd rather a few guilty walk than many innocents go to jail.

    Anyway, I too hope he is sentenced based only on this crime and not the specter of the previous one.
    Your right the law says "reasonable doubt" NOT "beyond the shadow of a doubt." Unless you have a video recording of the murder in HD, there will always be doubt, but is it reasonable?

    If you threw out all the blood evidence, there were still footprints of the murderer all over the crime scene. Those shoes were size 13 Bruno magli shoes. The prosecutors office produced a credit card receipt that Simpson purchased a pair of size 13 Bruno Magli shoes, that Simpson said he lost while traveling. What would common sense say happened? What is reasonable? How many people can afford or wear these shoes? Who would want her dead, and who had assaulted her in the past? It just so happened he lost them? Again what is reasonable?

    Guilty.....behond a reasonable doubt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by George Foster View Post
    Your right the law says "reasonable doubt" NOT "beyond the shadow of a doubt." Unless you have a video recording of the murder in HD, there will always be doubt, but is it reasonable?

    If you threw out all the blood evidence, there were still footprints of the murderer all over the crime scene. Those shoes were size 13 Bruno magli shoes. The prosecutors office produced a credit card receipt that Simpson purchased a pair of size 13 Bruno Magli shoes, that Simpson said he lost while traveling. What would common sense say happened? What is reasonable? How many people can afford or wear these shoes? Who would want her dead, and who had assaulted her in the past? It just so happened he lost them? Again what is reasonable?

    Guilty.....behond a reasonable doubt.
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    I love how no one cares anymore. It was a huge race war back in 95 but now its just a shoulder shrugger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bip Roberts View Post
    I love how no one cares anymore. It was a huge race war back in 95 but now its just a shoulder shrugger.
    The people I've talked to do care. They're thrilled. One commented "maybe this will knock the smirk off his face". I think it might depend on your age. I remember seeing OJ play football, compete in the Superstars on Wide World of Sports on Saturday afternoons, do Hertz commercials, Monday Night Football, etc...just be the all everything athlete. What happens to him now does interest me.

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    Of course he'll appeal and he may still walk
    Success with this strategy rests in the 1%-3% range.

    Because there was a gun involved, he's facing a minimum 15 years.

    Not sure where parole comes in or not- haven't caught that in the coverage.
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    Re: OJ Simpson Found Guilty

    Quote Originally Posted by Dom Heffner View Post
    Exactly 13 years to the day he was acquitted of killing his ex-wife and Ronald Goldman.
    Does anyone think it was more then just coincedence that the jury handed their verdict down on that exact day?
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    Does anyone think it was more then just coincedence that the jury handed their verdict down on that exact day?
    Honest truth- I came a hair of writing in my original post the following:

    Attention, GAC: You were right, I now believe.

    (I know this is not what you are referring to, but I couldn't resist.)
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    You know its just a shame when an upstanding citizen like Mr Simpson gets railroaded by the legal system and is found guilty of a crime for which he is totally innocent. The man has spent the last 13 years of his life searching for the killers of Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman and this is the thanks he gets. This verdict just make me lose faith in the entire legal system.
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    He's got a new book under contract. The working title is, "If I did threaten those people with a gun, here is how I would have done it."
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    Re: OJ Simpson Found Guilty

    Quote Originally Posted by SunDeck View Post
    He's got a new book under contract. The working title is, "If I did threaten those people with a gun, here is how I would have done it."
    "panic" only comes from having real expectations

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    Re: OJ Simpson Found Guilty

    I guess it's time to retire the Joe Deters "OJ Simpson is playing golf today" cut from the Stooge Report file...


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