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October 4, 2008

OJ's Hunt For Nicole's Killer Ends

Guilty on all counts, 13 years to the day from his acquittal on his first crimes.

Via Foxnews.

Posted by Kate at October 4, 2008 1:55 AM
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Good riddance OJ, I hope we never see or hear from you again.

Posted by: Boots at October 4, 2008 2:14 AM

13 years to the day of his acquittal, I have to say Karma is a bitch I hope he gets a long sentence rest in peace Nicole and Ron.
cheers Bubba

Posted by: bubba Brown at October 4, 2008 2:19 AM

That is sweet,so sweet... I wonder if the black/left community will riot,or will they sit back and think that maybe O.J.,just maybe,is and was a total scumbag. I can hardly wait for Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton to weigh in with their views of the verdict...Watching O.J.'s acquittal on the charges of murdering Nicole and Ron will be one of those moments that will always stick with me,political correctness allowed a killer to go free.

Posted by: wallyj at October 4, 2008 2:22 AM

Who cares about justice & OJ anymore?

Posted by: Bocanut at October 4, 2008 2:27 AM

What an ass that man is. I hope he rots.

Posted by: TJ at October 4, 2008 2:31 AM

I can't wait for OJ to go to prison and some convict knocks his F#%*&in' teeth out to sell on EBAY as OJ "memorabilia"!!!

Posted by: Mr.g at October 4, 2008 2:33 AM

Bocanut,I do, and lots of other people.Your comment belongs on babble. Please,try not to follow up with a 'Bush has killed millions 'comment.I guess you won't be saying anything ,will you?

Posted by: wallyj at October 4, 2008 2:45 AM

Don't tell me Johnny Cochrane didn't know the truth? All those lawyers that got rich spreading crap as truth and winning, still ticks me off.

OJ will get a new one carved out by a bigger bubba than him.

C'mom OJ don't be scared to use a little soap up there and think of the next guy!

Posted by: Bill at October 4, 2008 2:49 AM

Cochrane knew.

as did Rosie Greir but as an ordained whatever was bound not to say anything.

there was a great cheer rose the day oj was acquitted of murder. I saw it with my own eyes.

what does the cheering section say now?

lets hope there's another '13' in oj's future.

Posted by: invisiblehand at October 4, 2008 3:02 AM

EVERYONE with an ounce of intelligence knew. OJ got off because Mark Furman(sp?),the lead detctive said the 'n' word ten years earlier.And that is just not right,therefore he planted evidence all over because that is what people that use the 'n' word do.

Posted by: wallyj at October 4, 2008 3:48 AM

Sorry ,I meant (censored) you are going down,HARD.

Posted by: wallyj at October 4, 2008 3:56 AM

I hope I am wrong but I have a feeling O "scumbag" J Simpson will do no time. There will be appeal after appeal and it will fade.

Posted by: Rob C at October 4, 2008 4:05 AM

OJ will not be getting any slack amongst the 'brothers'that are behind.There is a culture in prison that supercedes the outside world. Many will see OJ as someone that got away with murder because of celebrity,wealth, and because he lived a miniscule bite from the cracker tray.it will be Hard for him,for that I am glad. Ask Tyson,he was humbled inside.

Posted by: wallyj at October 4, 2008 5:05 AM

Do any of you understand how important innocent until proven guilty is? If any of you are ever accused of a crime, I can only assume you will not begrudge anyone who gives you the same short shrift you give OJ.

Posted by: Kevin at October 4, 2008 5:28 AM

Kev-hin, where the hell ya al bin boy? Doncha read too good? Da jury done tell him he's toast, and he be in da crowbar hotel right now!

Posted by: Whorehouse piano player at October 4, 2008 6:20 AM

I don't see OJ bringing much to the table, in prison. So he killed his wife and the boytoy. That's not going to get him anything.

Prison is business, and the first thing is that old man OJ (and he's old for prison) is going to be pumped for cash. Once he is exposed as he is, a woose, he'll have to earn, or join up as a low man in a crew.

I say he goes Muslim.

Posted by: Paul from Florida at October 4, 2008 8:14 AM

So, have the riots started in South Central yet?

Please?

Posted by: Kathy Shaidle at October 4, 2008 9:02 AM

I say he goes all soft, smooth and easy like for his new cell mate.
Think they'll be practicing safe sex?


Posted by: ldd at October 4, 2008 9:12 AM

"I wonder if the black/left community will riot,or will they sit back and think that maybe O.J.,just maybe,is and was a total scumbag."

You mean there is quite possibly, maybe a Black guy who could, possibly, maybe be a scumbag? Nah. Can't happen.

Posted by: Louise at October 4, 2008 9:43 AM

Too bad Johnny Cochrane didn't live to see his mistake get corrected. Cochrane's career was actually filled with good deeds. He was just doing his job working in his client's best interest.

There's a portion of the American public that just doesn't trust cops. They know from experience that cops aren't above lying and planting evidence. Most people just can't believe that this actually happens, but in some neighbourhoods everyone knows someone who's been railroaded by crooked cops. OJ was simply lucky enough to have jurors that came from one of those neighbourhoods in his first trial. This time he wasn't so lucky.

Here's hoping he comes clean about his wife's murder before he dies.

Posted by: dp at October 4, 2008 10:00 AM

Like this guy Louise?
http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-stab2-2008oct02,0,6936313.story

And a sheriff's deputy no less...
An officer of the law, sexually torturing others due to his own 'hurt' feelings.

Posted by: ldd at October 4, 2008 10:29 AM

I think that this is an elaborate ploy to spring OJ into the Nevada prison system to find the real killers of Nicole and Ron. Very smart.

Posted by: cconn at October 4, 2008 10:37 AM

Only a fool believes OJ Simpson committed those murders.

Anyone with half a brain knows Mike Harris did it.

Posted by: anon at October 4, 2008 10:40 AM

If I'd sat on the first trial jury, I'd have voted to acquit him as well. Not because I thought he was innocent, but because the prosecution did such a piss-poor job. You have that Malcolm-X wannabee Chris Darden and that ditz Marcia Clark to thank for that. With her the straw that broke the camel's back for me was when she stood there and tried to argue with an expert in quantitative chemistry that a difference of 3 orders of magnitude was insignificant. I watched quite a bit of the trial because I was off work during a large part of it, and the list of prosecutorial bunglings is quite lengthy. They were definitely way out of her league...they should have stayed in traffic court.

Posted by: Edward Teach at October 4, 2008 11:05 AM

I agree with Edward Teach that the prosecution really mucked up the first trial - as did Lance Ito by allowing cameras in the courtroom.

The saying I like best is that "the prosecution would ordinarily crawl on their hands and knees over broken glass for evidence like this".

I agree that appeals will be never ending - you never know what will happen with those.

Suffice it to say, I don't think that OJ is a stellar human being.

Posted by: Erik Larsen at October 4, 2008 11:24 AM

Today OJ was found guilty of the murders that happened thirteen years ago.

Now lets say those murders never happened.

Would OJ have been found guilty of this hotel hold up or would there even have been a trial??

Just askin.

Posted by: MikeP at October 4, 2008 11:27 AM

So the wheels of justice are bent, twisted, non existent and or not on time, and that's a surprise to anyone?

Or maybe it comes under the catagory:
What goes around, comes around.

Posted by: ldd at October 4, 2008 11:34 AM

"Today OJ was found guilty of the murders that happened thirteen years ago. Now lets say those murders never happened. Would OJ have been found guilty of this hotel hold up or would there even have been a trial?? Just askin."

You even have to ask? Despite very clear cut rules regarding double jeopardy, they put those cops, who tuned up Rodney King when he was violating parole and resisting arrest, on trial a second time after they'd been acquitted in the first trial, and to nobody's great shock the second trials resulted in convictions! Not that the LA riots had anything to do the second trials or that the kangaroo court verdicts weren't politically motivated!

Even if you think OJ is guilty of murder (and he probably is), this second incident should not be used as an excuse to exact some sort of payback, just because he walked the first time. That's not how the system is supposed to work. Tried...found not guilty...fugettaboutit.

Posted by: Edward Teach at October 4, 2008 12:08 PM

His defense counsel missed a perfect opportunity to plead that global warming made OJ commit these offenses, so he's not really at fault. James Hansen and Al Gore should have been called in as "expert" witnesses.

But there's really not much of a problem for OJ, President Obama will pardon him some time in January or February.

Posted by: John Nicklin at October 4, 2008 2:53 PM

Here's hoping someone on the inside wants to make a name for himself.

Posted by: richfisher at October 4, 2008 4:09 PM

Payback is a beatch

Posted by: DanBC at October 4, 2008 4:10 PM

Intermingled with the delight in the sentence, I notice a heck of a lot of racism. I thought 'we' were above that.
What was the racial makeup of the jury by the way? That's what won the murder trial for him, regardless of the 'n' word or the gloves that he made damx sure didn't fit. A 100% sympathetic jury and a ?? judge.
He'll appeal and it will not be life. We don't all get our just deserts on this side of the veil, but it's a'coming, OJ, it's a'coming.
And Paul in Florida: I hope Ron's sister doesn't read this blog. You've just disrespected him.

Posted by: gellen at October 4, 2008 6:41 PM

Had to repost this, messed up posting it on another thread here.

There are a lot of rats in any society or ethnic group (Don’t believe in the Race Theory) that seem to get away with it. For a while, than we meet our maker, kinnda hard to lie to the Creator. Or they go down a self destructive road, either deliberately or reflexively if they possess a sense of right and wrong at all.

Its not that the OJ jury was stupid or even that mostly blacks appeared to believed him. My own Mother did. This had political implications from the Rodney King event just before. People forget the social climate at the time. How the police that beat him where acquitted, the riots et al. Yes as Mr. Teach & Eric said, it had a lot to do with a lame prosecuting office looking for fame in la la land.

Posted by: Revnant Dream at October 4, 2008 11:48 PM

President Obama will pardon OJ .. because he's one of us ....

Posted by: Deon at October 5, 2008 1:52 AM

Of course OJ's murder jury weren't dumb - they were black. Thus they knew from experience that black meant targeting for a crime.
My best friend had the idea that his wife's lifestyle justified his anger - and she's a nice person.
We heard the verdict in the TV section at The Bay and she and a number of others around were very happy as the verdict was read. I seemed to be the only one who thought he was guilty. And to this day there are whites who still believe he was innocent.
Thank goodness, Oprah believes he did it or I'd think I was wrong.


Posted by: gellen at October 5, 2008 2:14 AM

"President Obama will pardon OJ .. because he's one of us ...."

The President can't pardon someone convicted under state law; the Governor of Nevada is who OJ would look to for clemency. Good luck with that!

Posted by: Dave J at October 5, 2008 2:44 AM

Maybe OJ thought Nicole's killers were in that hotel room in Las Vegas...

Posted by: Kyla at October 5, 2008 10:15 AM

No sympathy for OJ. But this does look like prosecutorial spite...and a platform for political advancement.

In another situation, this would look a very poor basis for justice. Given the number of exonerations via DNA evidence, it raises a lot of questions about the "just" in justice.

Posted by: ezag at October 5, 2008 10:51 AM

Chalk it up to Karma. For 13 years OJ scoured golf courses and lounges looking for the real killers to no avail.

It sounds like he'll spend the next ten to fifteen scouring toilets.

Seems equitable.

Syncro

Posted by: syncrodox at October 5, 2008 12:15 PM

No, this is just like that episode of The Lone Gunman, where Byers and Jimmy Bond break INTO prison to look for a prisoner. OJ thinks the killer is already is in prison, and he's going to find him, even if it takes 13 years less any good behaviour to do it!

Posted by: grok at October 5, 2008 2:28 PM

Yes, he got away with it once and obviously holds the laws and justice system in very low regard. He wont last as long as Jeffery Dahlmer did in there. Some guard will "Neglect" to watch him in PC once and thats all it will take for the Aryans to shank him. OJ's days are unfortunately numbered if he goes to prison. There are guys in there sharpening their toothbrushes on concrete as I write this waiting on him. If I were him I would be scared, very scared. Any prison sentence at all is a death sentence for him I am afraid.

Dont get me wrong, I dont necessarily agree with this method of "Justice" but them's the cold hard facts. Baby rapers and black men who kill white women just dont last long in the joint. It is the "Concrete Serengeti" and is only getting worse in the police state that we now call Amerika.

Posted by: TruthTellerOldYeller at October 5, 2008 7:03 PM

What I found upsetting was that this is even news on the CBC. Some thug in the states who used to be a football player is convicted of a violent robbery. So what?

Posted by: William Hughes at October 6, 2008 10:04 AM
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