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The juice is loose: OJ Simpson saunters out of prison after he is FREED on parole in the dead of night after nine years in prison for armed robbery

OJ's son Justin Simpson, 28, is all smiles as he emerges from Walmart following news his 70-year-old father was granted parole after nine years in prison

Former football legend O.J. Simpson signs documents at the Lovelock Correctional Center, Saturday, Sept. 30, 2017, in Lovelock, Nev. Simpson was released from the Lovelock Correctional Center in northern Nevada early Sunday, Oct. 1, 2017. (Brooke Keast/Nevada Department of Corrections via AP)

OJ Simpson, ex American football player, has been released from Nevada prison

  • He was sent to prison for botched hotel-room robbery of sports memorabilia
  • That came 12 years after he was acquitted of killing his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend, Ronald Goldman in Los Angeles
The former American football star and actor OJ Simpson has been released on parole

The former American football star and actor OJ Simpson has been released on parole

The Nevada Department of Corrections released a video and picture on Facebook showing Simpson signing documents and leaving Lovelock Correctional Centre as a free man

The Nevada Department of Corrections released a video and picture on Facebook showing Simpson signing documents and leaving Lovelock Correctional Centre as a free man

Nevada state prisons spokeswoman Brooke Keast told The Associated Press Simpson had been released early on Sunday. She said she didn't know who met Simpson upon his release and didn't know where he was immediately headed in his first hours of freedom.

She said the dead-of-night release from the prison located about 90 miles east of Reno, Nevada, was conducted to avoid media attention.

The Nevada Department of Corrections released a video and picture on Facebook showing Simpson signing documents and leaving Lovelock Correctional Centre as a free man.

Simpson was acquitted in 1995 of murder charges in the 1994 slayings of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson, 35, and her friend Ronald Goldman, 25, in what was arguably the most highly publicized murder trial in recent history. 

Exit: OJ Simpson looks out to the parking lot of the correctional center and his first taste of freedom in nine years

Exit: OJ Simpson looks out to the parking lot of the correctional center and his first taste of freedom in nine years

Fresh air: OJ Simpson walks out into of the correctional facility at Lovelock 

Fresh air: OJ Simpson walks out into of the correctional facility at Lovelock 

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The Juice will be loose: O.J. Simpson Granted Parole After Almost 9 Years In Prison {VIDEO}

OJ Simpson's son Justin is all smiles at Florida Walmart

  • Justin Simpson, 28, was seen leaving a Walmart in St Petersburg, Florida, on Thursday 
  • Hours earlier, his father OJ was granted parole after spending nine years in prison for armed robbery 
  • Justin did not address his the news as he emerged from the store with shopping
  • He was seven when his mother, OJ's ex-wife Nicole Brown, was murdered outside their home in Brentwood, California with friend Ron Goldman
  • His father was famously acquitted of their killings in a highly publicized 1995 

Justin Simpson was in high spirits as he emerged from a Walmart in Florida on Thursday within hours of his father OJ's successful parole hearing. 

The 28-year-old maintained a polite smile but ignored journalists' requests for comment on the news that his famous father will soon be released from prison.

Justin was just seven when his mother, OJ's ex-wife Nicole Brown, was brutally murdered outside her home in Brentwood, L A, along with her friend Ron Goldman. 

O.J. Simpson's son goes out shopping after dad get parole

Justin Simpson, 28, was seen leaving a Walmart in St. Petersburg, Florida, on Thursday after his father's parole hearing 

Justin Simpson, 28, was seen leaving a Walmart in St. Petersburg, Florida, on Thursday after his father's parole hearing 

He was asleep inside with his sister Sydney who was nine at the time and is now 31.

OJ was famously acquitted of their killings in 1995. He was imprisoned in 2008 for armed robbery. 

Neither Justin nor his older sister decided to show up for their father's parole hearing in Nevada on Thursday.

Their older half-sister Arnelle did show up and spoke in favor of him being released. Arnelle's brother Jason did not appear.

During the hearing, an upbeat OJ, now 70, revealed plans to move back to Florida upon his release. He may be freed as soon as October. 

He spoke about Justin and his sister, telling the Nevada parole board when asked why he wanted to be freed: 'I have four kids. I've missed a lot of time with those kids. 

'I’ve done my time.'  

Arnelle, OJ's daughter with his first wife, Marguerite Whitley, read aloud an emotional letter which helped secure her father's release.

'Thank you. I'm a little nervous, bear with me' said Arnelle while fighting back tears.

Simpson said nothing of the news of his father's impending release as he walked to his car accompanied by an unidentified woman
Simpson said nothing of the news of his father's impending release as he walked to his car accompanied by an unidentified woman

Simpson said nothing of the news of his father's impending release as he walked to his car accompanied by an unidentified woman 

The 28-year-old made no comment as he hopped in to his car with his grocery bag in hand 

The 28-year-old made no comment as he hopped in to his car with his grocery bag in hand 

OJ Simpson, 70, was granted parole at a hearing in Lovelock, Nevada, on Thursday 

OJ Simpson, 70, was granted parole at a hearing in Lovelock, Nevada, on Thursday 

Justin's half-sister Arnelle spoke in favor of their father's release. She was the only one of his four children who attended the hearing

Justin's half-sister Arnelle spoke in favor of their father's release. She was the only one of his four children who attended the hearing

'As you know I'm here on behalf of my family. For the purpose of expressing what we believe is the true character of my father. No one really knows how much we have been through. This ordeal in the last nine years.

'My experience is that he's like my best friend and my rock. And as a family, we recognize that he is not the perfect man but he's clearly a man and a father that has done his best to behave the way that speaks to his overall nature and character.

'Which is always to be positive no matter what. He has spent the last nine years in Lovelock as we all know and has been a perfect inmate following all the rules and making the best of the situation.'

She referred to her 'sister and brother' but it's likely she was referring to her full-blood brother Jason and their deceased sister, Aaren, who died as a toddler after falling into a swimming pool. 

She went in to a coma after being submerged in the water and never woke up.

Justin was just seven when his mother Nicole Brown (left with OJ) was brutally murdered outside their home in Brentwood, Los Angeles, while he slept inside. He is seen (right) with his father and sister Sydney at Nicole's 1994 funeral
Justin was just seven when his mother Nicole Brown (left with OJ) was brutally murdered outside their home in Brentwood, Los Angeles, while he slept inside. He is seen (right) with his father and sister Sydney at Nicole's 1994 funeral

Justin was just seven when his mother Nicole Brown (left with OJ) was brutally murdered outside their home in Brentwood, Los Angeles, while he slept inside. He is seen (right) with his father and sister Sydney at Nicole's 1994 funeral

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OJ Simpson will walk FREE

Free at last: OJ Simpson was granted parole on Thursday after nine years in prison and will walk free in October

  • OJ Simpson was granted parole on Thursday after nine years in prison and will walk free in October
  • Simpson was joined by close friend Tom Scotto, his sister Shirley Baker, and his daughter Arnelle at his parole hearing on Thursday
  • The proceedings kicked off on a light note, with Simpson looking relaxed and fit and thin as he was seen for the first time in four years 
  • The mood in the room quickly turned however when Simpson began to detail the events that occurred the night of his 2007 robbery 
  • Simpson got combative saying he never robbed anyone and that the property he stole was his own while arguing he never had a drinking  problem
  • The former football star, 70, was also revealed to have not followed through on classes he promised the parole board he would complete 

Orenthal James Simpson was granted parole on Thursday afternoon after nine years in prison.

The former football star will now be released from prison this October after four members of the Nevada Parole Board voted unanimously for his release. 

Simpson was joined at Lovelock Correctional Facility by his lawyer Malcolm LaVergne  for the hearing, who arrived alongside Simpson's  close friend Tom Scotto, his sister Shirley Baker, and his daughter Arnelle.

He was grinning from ear-to-ear after the board announced their decision, before making his way back into the prison where he will be incarcerated for at least two more months.

Simpson, 70, also took some time to  thank the board before rejoining the prison population.

Free at last: OJ Simpson was granted parole on Thursday after nine years in prison and will walk free in October

Free at last: OJ Simpson was granted parole on Thursday after nine years in prison and will walk free in October

Blessed: Simpson bows his head after the parole board announced their decision

Blessed: Simpson bows his head after the parole board announced their decision

Family ties: Simpson gestured to his family (above) before rejoining the prison population on Thursday

Broken down: Simpson's daughter Arnelle, sister Shirley Baker and friend Tom Scotto break down in tears after learning he will be paroled in October 

Broken down: Simpson's daughter Arnelle, sister Shirley Baker and friend Tom Scotto break down in tears after learning he will be paroled in October 

Here goes nothing: OJ Simpson appeared in front of the Nevada Parole Board on Thursday afternoon (above)

Here goes nothing: OJ Simpson appeared in front of the Nevada Parole Board on Thursday afternoon (above)

Happy day: Simpson looked happy to see his lawyer Malcolm LaVergne (above) when he entered the room at Lovelock 

No worries: Simpson appeared calm and collected throughout the hearing

Anger: That mood quickly changed however as Simpson began to describe the events that happened the night

Not concerned: Simpson absolutely no remorse for the events that occurred and forcefully stating on multiple occasions that it was his property

Not concerned: Simpson absolutely no remorse for the events that occurred and forcefully stating on multiple occasions that it was his property

 

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  • OJ Simpson appeared in front of the Nevada Parole Board on Thursday afternoon
  • Simpson was joined by close friend Tom Scotto, his sister Shirley Baker, his brother Melvin and his daughter Arnelle
  • The proceedings kicked off on a light note, with Simpson looking relaxed and fit and thin as he was seen for the first time in four years 
  • The mood in the room quickly turned however when Simpson began to detail the events that occurred the night of his 2007 robbery 
  • Simpson got combative saying he never robbed anyone and that the [property was his won while arguing he never had a drinking  problem
  • The former football star, 70, was also revealed to have no followed through on classes he promised the parole board he would complete 

Orenthal James Simpson looked fit and thin as he appeared in front of the Nevada Parole Board on Thursday afternoon to argue for his release from prison. 

He was joined in Lovelock Correctional Facility by his lawyer Malcolm LaVergne  for the hearing, who arrived alongside Simpson's  close friend Tom Scotto, his sister Shirley Baker, his brother Melvin and his daughter Arnelle. 

The proceedings kicked off on a light note when one member of the parole board accidentally said that Simpson was 90, instead of 70, eliciting laughter from those in attendance.

That mood quickly changed however as Simpson began to describe the events that happened the night of the robbery, showing absolutely no remorse for the events that occurred and forcefully stating on multiple occasions that it was his property. 

'I am sorry things turned out the way they did,' Simpson said at the close of the hearing. 

Then, after saying several times that he was not trying to make any excuses, Simpson said: 'I did not intend to commit a crime.'

Here goes nothing: OJ Simpson appeared in front of the Nevada Parole Board on Thursday afternoon (above)

Here goes nothing: OJ Simpson appeared in front of the Nevada Parole Board on Thursday afternoon (above)

Happy day: Simpson looked happy to see his lawyer Malcolm LaVergne (above) when he entered the room at Lovelock 

Getting ready: Simpson was given a very good risk score at the hearing on Thursday

No worries: Simpson appeared calm and collected throughout the hearing

Anger: That mood quickly changed however as Simpson began to describe the events that happened the night

Not concerned: Simpson absolutely no remorse for the events that occurred and forcefully stating on multiple occasions that it was his property

Not concerned: Simpson absolutely no remorse for the events that occurred and forcefully stating on multiple occasions that it was his property

Laughing his way to parole: Simpson was seen smiling and laughing on his way to the hearing on Thursday

Laughing his way to parole: Simpson was seen smiling and laughing on his way to the hearing on Thursday

Feeling good: Simpson spoke about how his classes have taught him alternatives to violence while incarcerated

Feeling good: Simpson spoke about how his classes have taught him alternatives to violence while incarcerated

'I would never ever direct anyone to point a gun at anybody,' Simpson said when aksed to speak about the robbery, during which guns were pulled by members of his entourage. 

'Im not trying to make an excuse. They were there for me, but in no way shape or form did I wish them any harm.'

He went on to state: 'I'm no danger to pull a gun on anybody. I have never in my life pointed a gun at someone. I have never been accused of it in my life.'

Simpson then motioned over towards the man he was convicted of robbing, Bruce Fromong, and said: 'Bruce knows I would never do that.'

When he was then asked about the property he took, he locked eyes with the member of the parole board who asked the question, and very tersely and angrily declared that it was his property. 

The next question was about a program that Simpson said he would complete behind bars, which eh did not.

Instead of being apologetic however, Simpson forcefully informed the individual who asked the question that the programs he took were more valuable.

'I couldn’t take the course,' said Simpson, providing not reason why he would not finish the classes. 

'I took two courses that I guess you don’t give much credit to, 'Alternative to Violence.' I think it’s the most important course anybody in this prison can take because it teaches you how to deal with conflict through conversation.'

He then added: 'I have been asked many many times here to mediate conflicts between individuals and groups and it gave me so many tools with how to deal with it. Walk these guys through not punching each other.'

Simpson also stated that he started a Baptist Church service at Lovelock which he attended 'religiously.'  

Simpson  was also asked to speak about how he might adjust to life after prison, at which point he talked about how good he is with people. 

'I’ve always thought I've been pretty good with people. I've basically have lived a conflict free life. I m not a guy that ever got into fights on the street,' said Simpson.

He also spoke about how he oversees the prison softball league.

Simpson spoke about his remorse for missing his children, especially his youngest two, as they grew up and became adults over their nine years, 

'I've missed a lot of time, like 36 birthdays with my children, and I spent the 12 years prior to this incident in Vegas raising two kids in Miami,' said Simpson.

'But I was able to keep their eye on the ball, great grades ,and went to the college of their choice. I missed their graduation.'

Hen then stressed how much he regrets his actions. 

'I wish this would have never happened. There’s nothing I can do about this media circus going on now, but if I made a better judgement back then none of this would have happened,' said Simpson.

'I haven’t made any excuses in nine years here, but I should have never allowed these alleged sec guys help me because they were only there to help themselves.' 

Simpson's daughter Arnelle was then the first to speak on his behalf at the hearing on Thursday.

Arnelle was the first and only person to speak on her father's behalf at the hearing on Thursday 

Arnelle had to take some time to collect herself as she fought abck tears while speaking about her father 

Arnelle had to take some time to collect herself as she fought abck tears while speaking about her father 

Arnelle told the parole board that she just wanted her father home so that the family could move forward in the wake of her father's nine years in prison 

Arnelle told the parole board that she just wanted her father home so that the family could move forward in the wake of her father's nine years in prison 

'Thank you. I'm a little nervous association bear with me,' said Arnelle while fighting back tears.

'As you know I'm here on behalf of my family. For the purpose of expressing what we believe is the true character of my father. No one really knows how much we have been through. This ordeal in the last nine years.'

Arnelle then again had to gather herself before continuing with her letter.

'My experience is that he's like my best friend and my rock. And as a family, we recognize that he is not the perfect man but he's clearly a man and a father that has done his best to behave the way that speaks to his overall nature and character.

'Which is always to be positive no matter what. He has spent the last nine years in Lovelock as we all know and has been a perfect inmate following all the rules and making the best of the situation.'

Arnelle then said that her father's behavior in prison was 'amazing' to her. 

'The choice that he made nine years ago, that resulted in this sentencing were clearly inappropriate and wrong and counterproductive to what he was trying to achieve,' stated Arnelle.

'As a family, we were all there to celebrate a wedding of a very good friend. As his daughter, I can honestly say my dad recognizes that he took the wrong approach and could not handle the situation - he could have handled the situation differently.

'My siblings and I and family know that he didn't make the right decision on that day, but we know that his intentions were not to go in and to just make the wrong decision at the wrong time.

'Throughout this ordeal, we have remained close. We have stayed strong and I, for myself, am grateful to god for giving us the strength to get through this last nine years and to stay positive always, no matter what.

'And a lot of that is because of him.'

Arnelle then finished off her statement with one final plea. 

'So, on behalf of my family, my brother, my sister, an aunt, an uncle, his friends, we just want him to come home. We really do. We want him to come home, and I know in my heart that he is very humbled throughout the situation,' said Simpson's oldest daughter.

'This has been hard. I'm going to be honest. This has been really, truly hard. And there's no right or wrong way to explain how to handle this.'

Shen then added: 'But we do know that, I know that, he is remorseful. He truly is remorseful, and we just want him to come home so that we can move forward for us, quietly, but to move forward.'

Support system: Simpson was joined by close friend Tom Scotto, his sister Shirley Baker, and his daughter Arnelle (above)

Support system: Simpson was joined by close friend Tom Scotto, his sister Shirley Baker, and his daughter Arnelle (above)

Simpson, 70, was attending the wedding of his good friend Scotto back in 2007 when he made the ill-fated decision to rob a memorabilia dealer at gunpoint with a group of friends inside the man's hotel room.

He was sentenced to 33 years behind bars after a jury found him guilty of all ten counts with which he was charged on October 3, 2008 - exactly 13 years to the day that the former football star was acquitted of the murders of ex-wife Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman. 

Simpson has been a model inmate ever since he entered the Lovelock Correctional Center back in 2008 according to multiple reports and interviews with fellow prisoners.

His sentence was handed down by a Clark County judge after he was convicted on multiple counts of kidnapping, robbery and conspiracy to commit a violent crime as well as one charge of burglary with a firearm.

At his first parole hearing back in 2013, the board voted to parole Simpson on the charges of kidnapping, robbery and burglary, guaranteeing he would be released in 2022 at the latest assuming he committed no infractions while behind bars.

It was also determined at that 2013 parole hearing that Simpson must still serve at least four more years behind bars, confirming that his earliest possible release date October 1, 2017.

Simpson had also served the time required for both conspiracy charges by that time, and now remains behind bars on just one of the eight counts for which he was ordered to serve time - assault with a deadly weapon. 

'I just wish I never went to that room,' Simpson said at that 2013 hearing.

He also argued that it was his memorabilia he was taking back from the man, a great deal of which he claimed had been stolen from his storage facilities while he was incarcerated during his previous murder trial.

'They were trying to steal other people's property. They were trying to steal other people's money,' Simpson told the panel.

'My crime was trying to retrieve for my family my own property.'

Laying low: Justin and Sydney Simpson (above at their cousin's wedding in February 2016) have kept a low profile over the past few years

Laying low: Justin and Sydney Simpson (above at their cousin's wedding in February 2016) have kept a low profile over the past few years

And while Simpson may feel he has been wrongfully incarcerated, it seems that prison has been good for the athlete, who is the commissioner of the softball league and works cleaning the facility's workout center.

He has also begun taking classes while behind bars.

Simpson never completed his degree at the University of Southern California, electing to drop out in 1969 after he won the Heisman Trophy in order to join the National Football League.

That move did pay off at the time for the college sensation, with the Buffalo Bills selecting the running back with the first pick in the 1969 draft, and his charismatic personality netting him a slew of endorsements including Hertz.

Nicole and OJ Simpson in 1989 in NYC (above)

Nicole and OJ Simpson in 1989 in NYC (above)

Things began to spiral out of control however in the years before the death of his second wife, but that was nothing compared to the debauched life he was leading in Miami prior to the 2007 incident.

Simpson and his friends were videotaped entering and leaving a Las Vegas hotel on September 15 by security cameras, and there was an audio recording of the group in the bedroom where the robbery took place confirming the victim's story that the men threatened him with guns.

It also gave the prosecution grounds to file kidnapping charges against Simpson, who can be heard screaming to his accomplices at one point: 'Don't let nobody out of this room.'

The recording was made by Thomas Riccio, the man who first told Simpson about the stolen memorabilia and where the man with the goods would be that night.

Riccio, who was given immunity in exchange for his testimony at the trial, said on the stand that TMZ paid him $150,000 for the recording soon after, and that he earned another $60,000 from TV appearances after the incident.

Simpson meanwhile gave an interview to the Los Angeles Times just a few days after the robbery, saying: 'I'm O. J. Simpson. How am I going to think that I'm going to rob somebody and get away with it?

'You've got to understand, this ain't somebody going to steal somebody's drugs or something like that. This is somebody going to get his private [belongings] back. That's it. That's not robbery.

He then joked: 'Besides, I thought what happens in Las Vegas stays in Las Vegas.'

Murder scene: A photo taken outside the home of Nicole Brown on the night of her murder (above)

Murder scene: A photo taken outside the home of Nicole Brown on the night of her murder (above)

Also helping Simpson's case is that despite the court of public opinion, he has no actual prior convictions in criminal court.

Many people still believe that Simpson brutally murdered his ex-wife Nicole back on June 12, 1994 outside her Brentwood home.

She was found dead roughly an hour after the stabbing, lying next to 25-year-old Ron Goldman.

KEY PLAYERS AT OJ PAROLE HEARING 

MALCOM LAVERGNE

Simpson's attorney in Las Vegas. LaVergne was not Simpson's trial attorney but was involved in his appeals to the Nevada Supreme Court. 

 TOM SCOTTO

 A close friend of Simpson's whose wedding the former football star was in Las Vegas to attend the weekend of the 2007 robbery. Scotto, 55, did not accompany Simpson and his five accomplices on the night of the crime.

ARNELLE SIMPSON

The oldest of Simpson's four living children, she has been a constant presence at his hearings and court trial in the past. 

SHIRLEY BAKER

Simpson's sister and longtime supporter. Baker plans to be in the parole hearing room at Lovelock Correctional Center.

BRUCE FROMONG

The man Simpson robbed of memorabilia during that 2007 incident, he is expected to testify in favor of Simpson's release. 

The young waiter was also stabbed to death when he showed up to Nicole's house to return a pair of glasses her mother had left at the restaurant where he worked and walked in on her murder.

Should Simpson be released in October, friends of the football star think he will have no problem adjusting to life on the outside.

'O.J. has always been an upbeat guy. I just don’t think [being in prison] is going to set him back,' Joe Bell, Simpson's childhood friend who was featured heavily in the Oscar-winning documentary OJ: Made In America, told the Los Angeles Times last September.

Bell added however that he still believes his friend is facing an uphill battle.

'I’m not optimistic. I know parole boards. They’re going to insist that he killed Nicole, even though they’re not supposed to consider that. But they do,' said Bell.

And while that documentary and an FX miniseries about Simpson's life were both critical and financial successes for those involved last year, Simpson will likely never be able to profit off anything he does following his release due to the $33.5million judgment awarded to the Goldman family in a 1997 civil case.

That case was filed after Simpson was acquitted of murder in the death of his ex-wife and Ron Goldman.

Simpson's income these days comes from his NFL pension, Social Security and royalties from acting in films like The Naked Gun.

The idea of Simpson being released does not sit well however with the family of Ron Goldman.

'It's like constantly having salt being poured in an open wound,' said his sister Kim in an interview with ABC earlier this year.

She later added: 'He did a horrible heinous crime and I have no feeling except rot in hell.'

Goldman's father Fred said he just felt 'disgust.'

And, as has been the case for the past two decades, members of Nicole Brown's family have done their best to avoid commenting on the situation, being forced to find a delicate balance due to their relationships with Sydney and Justin. 

Simpson's two youngest children now live in Florida and have managed to avoid the spotlight over the past two years despite the increased interest in their father's tragic life and mother's even more tragic murder.

Sydney graduated from Boston College and runs the company Simpsy while Justin is an agent at Codwell Banker.

Justin and Sydney were just five and eight respectively when their mother was found brutally murdered alongside Goldman at her Los Angeles home on June 12, 1994.

Days later, their father was charged with the murders then later acquitted following a televised, eight-month trial that gripped the world.

In 1996, he successfully petitioned to gain full custody of the children despite the objections of the Brown family.

Arnelle and Jason meanwhile were two of their father's biggest supporters during the double-murder trial, attending almost every day and breaking down in tears when the jury came back with a 'not guilty' verdict. 

 

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Comment by alberta nollins on October 6, 2017 at 5:57am

The face of this do not look like that of a killer. Dick Gregory stated in an interview once that the Russians told him that their satellite picked up the killer of these people and that they told the American authorities and they refused to do anything. Our Creator is not sleeping, the truth will come out eventually!

Comment by Mr. Johnson on October 2, 2017 at 6:43am
The juice is loose
Comment by Yahzequel Ben Israel on October 1, 2017 at 7:56pm

This is a prime example of black man marrying your slave massa daughters or sons even the bible said we must cling to our own people cause its abomination its a curse for us black slave descendants to inter breed with our oppressors no right thinking black man or women should ever do such things please stop the lies and bipolarism that love do not see colors saying this is because you are confused self hating white wash by your white supremacy,  OJ THE CURSE OF A WHITE WOMEN,, A survey done lately that most black man that got lynch or murder by white people are the ones who has close contact with them cooning..wake up damn fool  do your research from white people landed on this earth 6000yrs ago  you can't one good thing they have done nothing but wars,genocide, white wash list goes on,,see on youtube ''WHITED OUT 3''

Comment by El-Bull on October 1, 2017 at 6:28pm

O.J. Simpson freed from Nevada prison after 9 years

Just as he eluded tacklers during his NFL days, O.J. Simpson avoided a media frenzy by being freed from a Nevada prison during the early hours of Sunday morning.

Simpson was released after serving nine years for a botched 2007 hotel-room heist in Las Vegas that brought the conviction and prison time he avoided in the killings of his wife and her friend after his 1995 acquittal.

Nevada state prisons spokeswoman Brooke Keast told the Associated Press that Simpson was released at 12:08 a.m. PDT from Lovelock Correctional Center in northern Nevada. She said she did not know who met Simpson upon his release and didn’t know where Simpson was immediately headed.

“I don’t have any information on where he’s going,” said Keast, adding she had no indication where he was immediately Sunday.

Keast said, the dead-of-night release from the prison located about 90 miles (145 kilometers) east of Reno, Nevada, was conducted to avoid media attention.

“We needed to do this to ensure public safety and to avoid any possible incident,” Keast added, speaking by telephone.

The 70-year-old Simpson gains his freedom after being granted parole earlier this year. Unlike the last time he went free 22 years ago, he will face restrictions — five years of parole supervision — and he’s unlikely to escape public scrutiny as the man who morphed from charismatic football hero, movie star and TV personality into suspected killer and convicted armed robber.

Simpson is looking forward to reuniting with his family, eating a steak and some seafood and moving back to Florida, his lawyer said recently.

Simpson also plans to get an iPhone and get reacquainted with technology that was in its infancy when he was sent to prison in 2008.

The Florida Department of Corrections, however, said officials had not received a transfer request or required documents, and the attorney general said the state didn’t want him.

“The specter of his residing in comfort in Florida should not be an option,” Attorney General Pam Bondi said. “Our state should not become a country club for this convicted criminal.”

Close friend Tom Scotto, who lives in Naples, Florida, has offered to have Simpson live at his house, but he has not responded to messages from the Associated Press in recent days about whether a plan was finalized. Simpson lost his home near Miami to foreclosure in 2012.

Two of Simpson’s children, Justin and Sydney, also live in Florida.

He could live at least temporarily in Las Vegas, where a friend let Simpson use his home for five weeks during his robbery trial.

His five years of parole supervision could be reduced with credits for good behavior.

It’s a new chapter for the one-time pop culture phenomenon whose fame was once again on display when the major TV networks carried his July parole hearing live.

He told officials that leading a group of men into a 2007 armed confrontation was an error in judgment he would not repeat.

He told the parole board that he led a “conflict-free life,” an assertion that angered many who believe he got away with killing his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend, Ronald Goldman in Los Angeles in 1994.

Simpson was once an electrifying running back dubbed “Juice” who won the Heisman Trophy as the nation’s best college football player for USC in 1968 and became one of the NFL’s all-time greats with the Buffalo Bills.

Handsome and charming, he also provided commentary on “Monday Night Football,” became the face of Hertz rental-car commercials and built a movie career with roles in the “Naked Gun” comedies and other films.

Simpson fell from grace when he was arrested in the slayings, coming after the famous Ford Bronco chase on California freeways. His subsequent trial became a live-TV sensation that fascinated viewers with its testimony about a bloody glove that didn’t fit and unleashed furious debate over race, police and celebrity justice.

A jury swiftly acquitted him, but two years later, Simpson was found liable in civil court for the killings and ordered to pay $33.5 million to survivors, including his children and Goldman’s family.

He is still on the hook for the judgment, which now amounts to about $65 million, according to a Goldman family lawyer.

On Sept. 16, 2007, he led five men he barely knew to the Palace Station casino in Las Vegas in an effort to retrieve items that Simpson insisted were stolen after his acquittal in the 1994 slayings.

Two of the men with Simpson in Las Vegas carried handguns, although Simpson still insists he never knew anyone was armed. He says he only wanted to retrieve personal items, mementoes and family photos.

He went to prison in 2008, receiving a stiff sentence that his lawyers said was unfair.

If the nation’s Simpson obsession waned for a while, it seriously resurged last year with the Emmy-winning FX miniseries, “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story,” and the Oscar-winning documentary “O.J.: Made in America.”

Comment by vaughn mitchell on October 1, 2017 at 4:34pm
Donald Trump will be tweeting and starting trouble.
Comment by Mary Wilson on October 1, 2017 at 4:23pm

People like Wendy Williams will always keep the murders of Simpson's first wife and her friend alive and well in the minds of those who hate him.  I wish him well and hope he spends time with those who truly love and care for him. The power of prayer is a powerful thang he better pray that God will shield and protect him from those who are still out to get him. 

Comment by Vana on July 24, 2017 at 1:59pm

White people sure turned on Orenthal after the murders.  Think he can slip back into their good graces?  I doubt it.

Comment by Fang on July 22, 2017 at 2:51am
OJ... Leave them white women alone, they will set you up just to put you back where you spent the past nine years. Best of luck to you. Enjoy ur freedom ur family n continue to praise GOD. Bless.
Comment by El-Bull on July 21, 2017 at 8:48pm

  Rick  Arnelle Simpson is O.J. Simpson’s firstborn child, and she was born in 1968. His second child is his son Jason, who was born in 1970. Arnelle and Jason’s mother is Marguerite Whitley Simpson, Simpson’s first wife. His third child was a daughter named Aaren, who was born in 1977 but died in 1979. His fourth child is his daughter Sydney, who was born in 1985. His fifth child is a son named Justin, who was born in 1988. Sydney and Justin were the children of Simpson’s second wife, Nicole Brown Simpson. I think the Browns took Sydney to raise.

Comment by Rick on July 21, 2017 at 7:28pm
Whatever, happened to his kid with Nicole? He only had his kid with his black wife.

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