O J Simpson


talloola
#1
On the 13th anniversary of the verdict re: murdur of his wife and friend, OJ Simpson
finally heard the word he should have heard 13 years ago, G U I L T Y
 
normbc9
#2
Nevadans just did what Californian's couldn't get done years ago. Of course the big name attorneys weren't in attendance this time either. This may mean that he will be incarcerated for a long time.
 
talloola
#3
Quote: Originally Posted by normbc9 View Post

Nevadans just did what Californian's couldn't get done years ago. Of course the big name attorneys weren't in attendance this time either. This may mean that he will be incarcerated for a long time.

It seems that he will get lots of years, but of course there will be an appeal, which will
take a long time, he's in his sixties now, so he will spend many years where he should
have been spending many years, 13 yrs. ago.

I guess sometimes there is justice after all. I will never forget that trial long ago,
what a complete farce.
 
scratch
#4
Quote: Originally Posted by talloola View Post

It seems that he will get lots of years, but of course there will be an appeal, which will
take a long time, he's in his sixties now, so he will spend many years where he should
have been spending many years, 13 yrs. ago.

I guess sometimes there is justice after all. I will never forget that trial long ago,
what a complete farce.

Lady of the Island,

I am not really up to par on this trial. Robbery and kidnapping, I believe. Guilty, okay.
...But I still believe even with the dream team aside O.J. was innocent.
...Ronald Goldman...always felt glass case drop was a signal of some kind.
...One person's humble opinion.

Regards,
scratch
 
Nuggler
#5
Hopefully the last act in the OJ movie:

KARMA, BABY !!!
 
#juan
#6
Quote: Originally Posted by talloola View Post

On the 13th anniversary of the verdict re: murdur of his wife and friend, OJ Simpson
finally heard the word he should have heard 13 years ago, G U I L T Y

I have to agree Talloola

13 years ago the jury must have been blind to acquit him. Now, we'll see what kind of judge he's got.
 
talloola
#7
Quote: Originally Posted by scratch View Post

Lady of the Island,

I am not really up to par on this trial. Robbery and kidnapping, I believe. Guilty, okay.
...But I still believe even with the dream team aside O.J. was innocent.
...Ronald Goldman...always felt glass case drop was a signal of some kind.
...One person's humble opinion.

Regards,
scratch

Everyone entitled to own opinion, but I followed that trial every moment of the way,
and the idea of him 'as' innocent, to me is out of the question.
If he hadn't killed them, he would have reacted much differently.
He was pannicky, worried, wanted to escape.
If he was innocent,
No need to run away at all. His past behavior ,and threats to her for instance.
The black community supported him, and didn't care about the victims at all, it
was disgusting, as they accused the white community of ganging up against him.
And the black community 'who knew he was guilty' were still happy that they had
'won' one, if when they shouldn't have.
I'm sure his whole family know he killed them as well.

But, there is a few out there who agree with you, that's life.
I don't know anything about this trial, have heard that it is a 'gotcha' trial, and that
is just fine with me, 'what goes round comes round'., it's taken them a long time to
finally get it right.
There is two innocent 'victims' who have been dead for 13 years, while he has been
alive, not fair.
 
darkbeaver
#8
Mr Simpson is one stupid piece of work, but he's bulk TV for the starving.
 
scratch
#9
Quote: Originally Posted by talloola View Post

Everyone entitled to own opinion, but I followed that trial every moment of the way,
and the idea of him 'as' innocent, to me is out of the question.
If he hadn't killed them, he would have reacted much differently.
He was pannicky, worried, wanted to escape.
If he was innocent,
No need to run away at all. His past behavior ,and threats to her for instance.
The black community supported him, and didn't care about the victims at all, it
was disgusting, as they accused the white community of ganging up against him.
And the black community 'who knew he was guilty' were still happy that they had
'won' one, if when they shouldn't have.
I'm sure his whole family know he killed them as well.

But, there is a few out there who agree with you, that's life.
I don't know anything about this trial, have heard that it is a 'gotcha' trial, and that
is just fine with me, 'what goes round comes round'., it's taken them a long time to
finally get it right.
There is two innocent 'victims' who have been dead for 13 years, while he has been
alive, not fair.

Well, we are on opposing sides.
I too, watched that trial in its entirety from day 1 to the end.
I didn't cheer because the trial was flawed.
Yet, IMO a lot was left out of the proceedings.
Reasonable doubt.

Lady of the Island we'll agree to disagree.

Regards,
scratch
 
shadowshiv
#10
I think his writing of the book 'If I Did It' should have taken away any doubt of his guilt. He got away with murder 13 years ago, and now karma is biting him in the ass. I have no doubt it will be quite a while before he actually spends a significant time in prison before all his avenues of appeal are exhausted.

The scary part is that in the next trial they could find him innocent.
 
talloola
#11
Quote: Originally Posted by shadowshiv View Post

I think his writing of the book 'If I Did It' should have taken away any doubt of his guilt. He got away with murder 13 years ago, and now karma is biting him in the ass. I have no doubt it will be quite a while before he actually spends a significant time in prison before all his avenues of appeal are exhausted.

The scary part is that in the next trial they could find him innocent.

That's right, but we'll take whatever we can get now, every day he spends in jail,
is 'where he should be'.
He has never had any remorse for his wife's death, and that book was the 'height'
of 'low class' and 'arrogance', just a continuance of his every day behavior.
 
Lester
#12
Hopefully the chapter can be closed on this imbecile and we'll never hear from him again untill he comes up for parole.
 
Ron in Regina
#13
So........Did the glove fit this time?
 
MrSutton
#14
This isn't Karma, he commited another crime.

To tell you the truth i don't know if OJ did it or not, i have never watched any of the footage of the trial, it never really had drawn me in.

But to make a book called "If i did it" is despicable, and who ever is stupid enough to do so deserves what he gets, but if he is able to front the american community and still come out with the book even though he makes no money, he makes them look like fools.
 
gopher
+1
#15  Top Rated Post
Quote: Originally Posted by Lester View Post

Hopefully the chapter can be closed on this imbecile and we'll never hear from him again untill he comes up for parole.


Well, we do hear from him whenever his movies are shown on TV.

It's kind alike Claudine Longet --- she murdered her husband Spider Sabich in cold blood and was convicted of the crime for which she spent only 25 hours in jail! While she was forced to pay money to his family and was forced to leave Hollywood, her movies are still shown on TV and her records still sell. And unlike OJ, while she went broke, she more than made up for the loss of revenue when she married her lawyer husband (she works as his secretary).


Only in America!
 
gopher
+1
#16
Somebody tell me why the Canadian flag continues to appear on my profile????

I just changed it to the USA flag and up pops the Maple Leaf again.
 
#juan
#17
Quote: Originally Posted by gopher View Post

Somebody tell me why the Canadian flag continues to appear on my profile????

I just changed it to the USA flag and up pops the Maple Leaf again.

It's all part of a fiendish plot by CSIS......
 
scratch
#18
When I lived in Beaconsfield, Qc I used to play a lot of pool and throw a lot of darts at the Pioneer In Old Pt-Claire.
I became friends with one of the guys whom I had the occasion to play quite often. We became friends and one day we were throwing darts at the brasserie across from the Pioneer and hoisting a few.
After a while we just sat and drank.The place was virtually empty and he asked about my background, which I gave and in turn I asked him for his.
As it turned out he had worked various embassies in Ottawa and consulates in Montreal and then he showed me his ID and it was a government issued card showing that he was a certified member of CSIS.
Some years later and away from the area I inquired about him and within an hour I had two very large RCMP officers at my door.
Needless to say I told them that it was just a friendly inquiry with absolutely nothing to do with his line of work. I was then told`in no uncertain terms to forget about him and never make another attempt to contact him.`
About five years ago when I was visiting Hudson, Qc., I was told that he had died (or had he been killed). I never pressed the point.

rgs
scth
 
gopher
+1
#19
I thought the CSIS was a private research group in Washington, DC???

Or is there another institution in Canada that is government operated?
 
moghrabi
#20
Quote: Originally Posted by gopher View Post

Somebody tell me why the Canadian flag continues to appear on my profile????

I just changed it to the USA flag and up pops the Maple Leaf again.

You are stuck with us Gopher. Might as well become Canadian.
 
Kreskin
#21
Quote: Originally Posted by gopher View Post

I thought the CSIS was a private research group in Washington, DC???

Or is there another institution in Canada that is government operated?

It's our version of the CIA.
 
VanIsle
#22
Quote: Originally Posted by gopher View Post

I thought the CSIS was a private research group in Washington, DC???

Or is there another institution in Canada that is government operated?

CSIS = Canadian Security Intelligence Service.
 
VanIsle
#23
Quote: Originally Posted by scratch View Post

Lady of the Island,

I am not really up to par on this trial. Robbery and kidnapping, I believe. Guilty, okay.
...But I still believe even with the dream team aside O.J. was innocent.
...Ronald Goldman...always felt glass case drop was a signal of some kind.
...One person's humble opinion.

Regards,
scratch

Sorry Scratch but you have to be the only person there is who believed OJ was innocent. Not even a single other movie star or sports player thought the man was innocent. He should have hit the cells a very long time ago.
 
JLM
#24
Quote: Originally Posted by Islandpacific View Post

Sorry Scratch but you have to be the only person there is who believed OJ was innocent. Not even a single other movie star or sports player thought the man was innocent. He should have hit the cells a very long time ago.

Yep, the guy is an out and out thug.
 
shadowshiv
#25
Quote: Originally Posted by Islandpacific View Post

Sorry Scratch but you have to be the only person there is who believed OJ was innocent. Not even a single other movie star or sports player thought the man was innocent. He should have hit the cells a very long time ago.

I don't think scratch will be in any position to respond to you, Island. He is having a little bit of a Time-Out.
 
Cannuck
#26
Quote: Originally Posted by #juan View Post

13 years ago the jury must have been blind to acquit him.

The jury made the right decision. It is unfair to blame the jury because the prosecutors bungled the case so badly.
 
gopher
+1
#27
CSIS = Canadian Security Intelligence Service.


Aha! I learned something, there.
 
gopher
+1
#28
''It is unfair to blame the jury because the prosecutors bungled the case so badly.''

That they did. For them to use a criminally racist cop like Fuhrmann as the sole witness was beyond all reason.
 
gopher
+1
#29
You are stuck with us Gopher. Might as well become Canadian.


For sure!!
 
Said1
#30
The skill of his lawyers had a lot to do with the outcome as well.
 

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