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post #31 of 49
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Originally Posted by Telynn View Post
His new book will be "If I stole it." (Or would that be stoled....)
That's what I was thinking too...he's probably seeing $$$ in his eyes for his new book and is already trying to think of his premise to his next noval.

My other thought was "How much is going to pay a bunch of lawyers to keep him out of jail?"
post #32 of 49
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Originally Posted by katiemae1277 View Post
Hmm, I think his goose is cooked on this one


Extra crispy anyone?
post #33 of 49
He's well and truly hosed with the new charges. The kidnapping with a deadly weapon charge alone carries a life sentence.

Karma gets you, even if you escape for a while...
post #34 of 49
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He's well and truly hosed with the new charges. The kidnapping with a deadly weapon charge alone carries a life sentence.

Karma gets you, even if you escape for a while...
Yes it does. How good is that?
post #35 of 49
Obviously in this sistuation he wasn't using his brain for anything other then holding his ears apart...
post #36 of 49
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Originally Posted by katl8e View Post
The morning news played audio of the incident, in the hotel room and it is quite clear that O.J. was yelling "Don't let anybody leave this room."

The LVMPD and the Clark County DA are going to handle this, with great care - I'm sure that they don't want a repeat, of the situation in LA.
It must be nice for a DA to charge someone with a crime while having a recording of the alleged crime.
post #37 of 49
I heard that he was whistling the tune to, "If I only had a Brain", when he was leaving that wedding ceremony.

Anyone see his booking photo taken in Las Vegas? WOW, the arrogance.
post #38 of 49
I heard a blurb from his attorney this morning about how OJ was doing and he said "As good as someone sitting in a jail cell that shouldn't be" he should have been there for the last 10 years!
post #39 of 49
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Originally Posted by Zissou'sMom View Post
The way I understand it, they own the rights to the book and will make the most money off of it, but it seems like OJ is still getting something. Anyway, it isn't necessarily about the money.

Plus, if it sells well enough, it takes a huge bite out of the debt he owes them and he can stop hiding all his money.

I totally agree.

He's using his kids as pawns because all of his assets are in their names. I hope when they become adults that they do the right thing and turn over the assets.

So far as these new charges go, some are now saying that it was a set up

All I know is that I believe in karma, and he didn't go to jail for murdering his wife and her friend, but I hope he goes to jail for a very long time on these charges.
post #40 of 49
I have to say, though, that the Goldman's pouncing on that memoribilia within hours it seemed of his arrest it seemed left a bad taste in my mouth. He's accused of stealing it, which would seem to imply that it wasn't his to begin with. Up until now, they seemed to be trying to exact their own type of justice on OJ by ensuring that he couldn't make money off of this. Now they just look greedy.

OJ's bail has now been set at $125,000 cash. Let's see if he can come up with that.
post #41 of 49
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Originally Posted by valanhb View Post
I have to say, though, that the Goldman's pouncing on that memoribilia within hours it seemed of his arrest it seemed left a bad taste in my mouth. He's accused of stealing it, which would seem to imply that it wasn't his to begin with. Up until now, they seemed to be trying to exact their own type of justice on OJ by ensuring that he couldn't make money off of this. Now they just look greedy.

OJ's bail has now been set at $125,000 cash. Let's see if he can come up with that.
I'd imagine that it would come out of one of the many companies that are run in his kids names. Just watch.
post #42 of 49
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Originally Posted by Natalie_ca View Post
I totally agree.

He's using his kids as pawns because all of his assets are in their names. I hope when they become adults that they do the right thing and turn over the assets.

So far as these new charges go, some are now saying that it was a set up

All I know is that I believe in karma, and he didn't go to jail for murdering his wife and her friend, but I hope he goes to jail for a very long time on these charges.
The Goldmans get 90% of the profits and their lawyers have announced intentions for a movie deal in order to get some of their $.

I can only say, those poor children
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post #44 of 49
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Originally Posted by katl8e View Post
that was awesome
post #45 of 49
Can you imagine being called for jury duty in this case? I've just re-read three O.J. books, written by Larry Schiller, Mark Fuhrman, and Dominick Dunne. No way could I consider such a case withut prejudice!
post #46 of 49
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Can you imagine being called for jury duty in this case? I've just re-read three O.J. books, written by Larry Schiller, Mark Fuhrman, and Dominick Dunne. No way could I consider such a case withut prejudice!
I myself would probably be kicked off the jury because of my strong stance on him.... I just dont like him at all.
post #47 of 49
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Can you imagine being called for jury duty in this case? I've just re-read three O.J. books, written by Larry Schiller, Mark Fuhrman, and Dominick Dunne. No way could I consider such a case withut prejudice!
I've read all of those, as well as Marcia Clark's, Christopher Darden's, Dets. Lang & VanAtter's and Gerald Eulman's. In addition, I watched most of the trial - no WAY am I unbiased.
post #48 of 49
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Can you imagine being called for jury duty in this case? I've just re-read three O.J. books, written by Larry Schiller, Mark Fuhrman, and Dominick Dunne. No way could I consider such a case withut prejudice!
Even more worrisome is who they'll be able to find to make an impartial jury. The 12 people you can find who never heard about his first case aren't going to be paragons of citizenry, I wouldn't think?
post #49 of 49
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Originally Posted by Zissou'sMom View Post
Even more worrisome is who they'll be able to find to make an impartial jury. The 12 people you can find who never heard about his first case aren't going to be paragons of citizenry, I wouldn't think?
I suppose they could try to put together a jury of young people. It's been twelve years, so I assume there are plenty of people in their late teens and early twenties who know little or nothing about the Brentwood Butcher.
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