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*JR*
Sep 16th, 2007, 08:03 PM
(If you don't know the original story by now, you've either been in a coma or on walkabout in the Australian outback). Anyhow, here's the full tape released last night:

http://www.tmz.com/2007/09/17/o-j-audio-uncensored

Lang (one of the original LAPD detectives) made an interesting point on TV. That OJ's words on the tape: "Nobody is leaving this room..." could by themselves be used to put him away for unlawful imprisonment.

Infiniti2001
Sep 16th, 2007, 08:12 PM
What a dumbass!!! :rolleyes: You'd think he'd lay low UGH! Wouldn't it be something if he is convicted for this ? :lol: I mean everyone is pretty sure he committed the 2 murders, yet he got off :tape:

HippityHop
Sep 16th, 2007, 08:29 PM
Here we go with this assclown dominating the news again. :(

venus_rulez
Sep 16th, 2007, 08:48 PM
What a dumbass!!! :rolleyes: You'd think he'd lay low UGH! Wouldn't it be something if he is convicted for this ? :lol: I mean everyone is pretty sure he committed the 2 murders, yet he got off :tape:

LOL. I was just going to post the same thing.

tennislover
Sep 16th, 2007, 09:21 PM
:tape: :tape: :tape:

mckyle.
Sep 16th, 2007, 09:31 PM
*Promotion for new book....*

*JR*
Sep 16th, 2007, 10:40 PM
*Promotion for new book....*
Fred Goldman was awarded the rights to the book (If I Did It) to pay down some of the civil judgment and added a new subtitle, "Confessions of a Killer". The book did just come out on Thursday. I presume there'll be some conspiracy theories floated that Mr. Goldman made some deal with the 2 memorabilia dealers for them making the charges. (More 2C OJ punished than to boost the book sales; remember that Goldman had offered to waive any recovery on the multimillion $ judgment if OJ would admit to the murders and say how they happened).

OK, now where's Al Cowlings with the white Ford Bronco? :tape:

Helen Lawson
Sep 16th, 2007, 11:34 PM
It's clearly another case of racist police singling out and framing poor OJ!At least he didn't slice off a girl's head this time and slash to death her boyfriend. But I guess OJ and I don't play by the same rules and I don't have the NFL pension to support me.

harloo
Sep 17th, 2007, 12:13 AM
OJ better go into hiding(if he makes it out of jail alive). This is certainly more publicity for the Goldman's, actually better than appearing on Oprah trying to promote that sleazy book.:tape:

Selah
Sep 17th, 2007, 12:35 AM
What a dumbass!!! :rolleyes: You'd think he'd lay low UGH! Wouldn't it be something if he is convicted for this ? :lol: I mean everyone is pretty sure he committed the 2 murders, yet he got off :tape:

dumbass is one word that comes to mind, sociopath is another.


OJ better go into hiding(if he makes it out of jail alive). This is certainly more publicity for the Goldman's, actually better than appearing on Oprah trying to promote that sleazy book.

call it poetic justice.


But people like Geraldo need to stop salivating/celebrating until he gets convicted. Thirteen years later, my main sentiments are his poor children having to live through this :sad:

drake3781
Sep 17th, 2007, 06:05 AM
The charges:
Two counts of robbery with a deadly weapon (up to 30 years in state prison for each charge)
Conspiracy to commit a crime
Burglary with a deadly firearm
The district attorney says he ultimately expects Simpson to be charged with seven felonies and one misdemeanor.

drake3781
Sep 17th, 2007, 06:44 AM
OMG there is an audiotape of the entire incident, apparently. (Only a small part of it at this link.)

OJ is the "ringleader".

http://www.tmz.com/2007/09/17/o-j-confrontation-caught-on-tape/

Pasta-Na
Sep 17th, 2007, 08:08 AM
why all the things only happen on stupid people, keep happening on OJ? :shrug:

meyerpl
Sep 17th, 2007, 12:07 PM
Simpson was quoted as saying, "Hey, I thought what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas".

meyerpl
Sep 17th, 2007, 12:10 PM
OJ better go into hiding(if he makes it out of jail alive). This is certainly more publicity for the Goldman's, actually better than appearing on Oprah trying to promote that sleazy book.:tape:
"I'm surprised he even performs for you bastards......LEAVE O.J. ALONE.......LEAVE HIM ALONE!!!":bigcry:

Wigglytuff
Sep 17th, 2007, 12:10 PM
what a fucking retard. (one would expect double murders who got free to lay low. but NO not this one. )

Wigglytuff
Sep 17th, 2007, 12:18 PM
OMG there is an audiotape of the entire incident, apparently. (Only a small part of it at this link.)

OJ is the "ringleader".

http://www.tmz.com/2007/09/17/o-j-confrontation-caught-on-tape/

sounds like an armed robbery to me. fucking bastard.

Forehand_Volley
Sep 17th, 2007, 12:54 PM
He's being held without bail. I guess they think he's a flight risk?

DemWilliamsGulls
Sep 17th, 2007, 02:21 PM
This woulnd't have never happened if OJ had been locked up for killing that gal back in the day..in the first place....OJ simpson is a straight up damn criminal!

*JR*
Sep 17th, 2007, 02:43 PM
Willie Mays was a legendary athlete, and so far as I know an upstanding citizen. But maybe not the world's greatest mentor for athletes. :scratch:

His 2 most accomplished proteges on the field have been OJ Simpson, and (Willie's godson) Barry Bonds. :o

harloo
Sep 17th, 2007, 02:53 PM
"I'm surprised he even performs for you bastards......LEAVE O.J. ALONE.......LEAVE HIM ALONE!!!":bigcry:

Poor meyerpl, I'm sorry you're so distraught over OJ. :sad: Don't worry, the Goldman's are publishing his book (edited to give us happy thoughts about the "killer's" words). As for me, I'm excited.....they finally got him....they got him.....they got OJ. Yes!!!! The world stopped just for this great moment in history. I'm having a partay!!! :bounce::bounce::aparty::aparty:

harloo
Sep 17th, 2007, 03:02 PM
what a fucking retard. (one would expect double murders who got free to lay low. but NO not this one. )

Put this dimwit out of his misery, you don't see Robert Blake trying to rob somebody. :tape: What an idiot, but trust and believe I really think OJ is going to get waxed in jail. It would be poetic justice in a sense, and personally I'm tired of hearing about O.J., the Goldman's and the Browns. :o

samsung101
Sep 17th, 2007, 03:40 PM
Why is this big news?
Why is it overshadowing real news in the world?
Earthquakes, tsunamis, floods, wars, racicsm, elections,
drug wars, sick kids?

Britany and O.J. and The Emmys...that's what is on my
news this morning. I had to turn it off.

O.J. Simpson and non-stop Tragedy TV will cover this.


I really do not care if he goes to jail.
I really do not care if he is set free.
It doesn't effect my life one bit.
Anyone who buys his book, or buys an autograph, or wastes
tv time watching him gets what they deserve.

Barrie_Dude
Sep 17th, 2007, 04:19 PM
Can OJ get the electric chair for this, Barrie asks hopefully!

*JR*
Sep 17th, 2007, 05:59 PM
A sublime irony is that one of the disputed items was a picture of OJ and Nicole.

Anyhow, there's something that puzzles me here. (Kounselor Kiwi, where RU?) With the exception of personal effects like family pics and the suit he was wearing for the original verdict, wouldn't all the other memorabilia (or the $ from that which was sold) belong to the Goldmans, just like the book rights? (And if so, how does OJ make money selling such stuff?)
:confused:

Plus if he was doing autographs for cash, he'd have to list the $ on his tax return (which maybe Fred Goldman's lawyer @ least gets to find out how much $ is listed on besides his NFL pension, which is exempt from the judgment) or risk getting nailed for tax evasion. (The only crime Pete Rose ever was, BTW. Or Al Capone, for history buffs).

Incidentally, ya'll saw Rainer Hofmann enter that hotel room with a gun drawn, right? ;)

kiwifan
Sep 17th, 2007, 06:20 PM
A sublime irony is that one of the disputed items was a picture of OJ and Nicole.

Anyhow, there's something that puzzles me here. (Kounselor Kiwi, where RU?) With the exception of personal effects like family pics and the suit he was wearing for the original verdict, wouldn't all the other memorabilia (or the $ from that which was sold) belong to the Goldmans, just like the book rights? (And if so, how does OJ make money selling such stuff?)
:confused:

Plus if he was doing autographs for cash, he'd have to list the $ on his tax return (which maybe Fred Goldman's lawyer @ least gets to find out how much $ is listed on besides his NFL pension, which is exempt from the judgment) or risk getting nailed for tax evasion. (The only crime Pete Rose ever was, BTW. Or Al Capone, for history buffs).

Incidentally, ya'll saw Rainer Hofmann enter that hotel room with a gun drawn, right? ;)

sorry, I don't do OJ unless I'm in a really really good mood.

I will say just because you owe someone money...

...you're still allowed to make money for yourself (after all most of America is in debt and that's all the judgment is "a debt owed" with the understanding that not paying can get you thrown in the pokey)

The key is you don't say, "F*ck off, I'm not going to pay off the judgment against me..." you say, "I respect the courts decision and I will honor my commitments as soon as I can..." but then don't pay it. ;)

The specifics of this kinda sorta bore me; but if Fred doesn't want to receive payment at OJ's pace; he's got a full time job to do ID-ing OJ's $$$ and trying to get his hands on it.

For their mental health the Goldmans would be much better just getting on with their lives. Publishing that book really destroyed a lot of the leftover sympathy they had from the public. Its heroic to stop the book, its sleazy to sell the book. Now they just look like they're trying to get paid just like Clark, Darden and everyone else leeching off the OJ case for fame and fortune. :shrug:

Wigglytuff
Sep 17th, 2007, 07:15 PM
Put this dimwit out of his misery, you don't see Robert Blake trying to rob somebody. :tape: What an idiot, but trust and believe I really think OJ is going to get waxed in jail. It would be poetic justice in a sense, and personally I'm tired of hearing about O.J., the Goldman's and the Browns. :o

well said

"Topaz"
Sep 17th, 2007, 07:49 PM
Ah... so much anger about O.J. on this board! The guy was acquitted in the court of law for the criminal case, but that wasn't good enough for America. A completely tainted jury found him liable in the subsequent civil suit under the preponderance of evidence rule. BTW, many countries don't even allow for such civil suits in their jurisprudence, after the completion of a criminal case on the same matter.

Acquittal is acquittal. Yet, the media dragged this guy through the gutters to the point where everybody feel they have the right to kick him too, including people here on this board. That's a right people should normally not have.

Imagine the psychological weight on this guy for having a whole nation on his behind. All he had to do in the current case was to alert the police and let them conduct his so-called "sting" operation, rather than do it himself. Guess what? With the nation's pressure on him, and showing the current state of his psyche, he alluded to the fact that the police wouldn't have acted on his behalf even if he'd tried!

Now, he seems to be in real trouble because of the facts against him, as we know them. I believe he will be acquitted of all criminal charges and found guilty only of just a misdemeanor, if at all. Also, these memorabilia sellers may have to answer as to how they got hold of these items in the first place.

Boy... there are so many more outrageous cases ongoing currently!

- Six people in West Virginia (USA, for those who may not know) raped, mutilated... a young black girl for seven days, and forced her to eat dogs' excrement and drink from a dirty toilette bowl... Huh! Granted, there is some media outrage about it, but nowhere near what you'd expect.

- I feel compelled to add this one: 700,000 (and counting) Iraqis have perished through armed actions from another nation because the latter mistakenly thought Iraq had WMD. Where's the outrage? There is some, but it's nowhere near what you'd expect.

You know what, folks, get some perspectives. Don't be driven by the media or other biased socio-political instruments.

TP

griffin
Sep 17th, 2007, 07:58 PM
Acquittal is acquittal.


If we're not allowed to have a different opinion on his guilt or innocence than a jury, where do you get off disagreeing with the jury in the civil trial?

And regardless of what you think of those verdicts, the man walked into a hotel room with a couple of armed thugs and walked out with property that may or may not have been his.

We tend to pay attention when famous people do things like that.

"Topaz"
Sep 17th, 2007, 08:20 PM
...the man walked into a hotel room with a couple of armed thugs and walked out with property that may or may not have been his.Personally, I would have let police handle it. However, if (and I stress if) I were to go in and face memorabilia thugs, I would have brought along some thugs with the same sub-culture mindset as protection.

We tend to pay attention when famous people do things like that.Pay attention, yes, but no abject and uncontrolled disparage at face value.

griffin
Sep 17th, 2007, 08:30 PM
Pay attention, yes, but no abject and uncontrolled disparage at face value.

If you honestly think other celebrities don't come in for this kind of flak and worse - even for relatively minor stupidity or transgressions - you are...not paying attention? just coming out of a 10-year or longer hibernation?

You're kidding, right?

Please, Britney Spears was front page news for a week just for not putting her kid in a car seat.

mykarma
Sep 17th, 2007, 09:20 PM
Simpson was quoted as saying, "Hey, I thought what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas".
:lol::lol::lol:

mykarma
Sep 17th, 2007, 09:21 PM
"I'm surprised he even performs for you bastards......LEAVE O.J. ALONE.......LEAVE HIM ALONE!!!":bigcry:
:help::lol::lol::lol:

mykarma
Sep 17th, 2007, 09:26 PM
Why is this big news?
Why is it overshadowing real news in the world?
Earthquakes, tsunamis, floods, wars, racicsm, elections,
drug wars, sick kids?

Britany and O.J. and The Emmys...that's what is on my
news this morning. I had to turn it off.

O.J. Simpson and non-stop Tragedy TV will cover this.


I really do not care if he goes to jail.
I really do not care if he is set free.
It doesn't effect my life one bit.
Anyone who buys his book, or buys an autograph, or wastes
tv time watching him gets what they deserve.
Damn:eek: I'm agreeing with Samsung. Anyhow, I heard that the guy wanted to drop the charges and that OJ didn't have a gun. I'm sure someone will pay him to come back and testify. Star Jones was even being interviewed this afternoon. I don't know what was said because I had it on mute.

"Topaz"
Sep 17th, 2007, 09:31 PM
If you honestly think other celebrities don't come in for this kind of flak and worse - even for relatively minor stupidity or transgressions - you are...not paying attention? just coming out of a 10-year or longer hibernation?

You're kidding, right?

Please, Britney Spears was front page news for a week just for not putting her kid in a car seat.I know where you're coming from. Now, why should we surrender our thinking capability to the media? Certainly, it's hard to resist mass hysteria sublimally suggested and/or orchestrated by the media; yet, it behooves all of us to remain level-headed, ready to make our own assessment using our own judgement.

mykarma
Sep 17th, 2007, 09:41 PM
Damn:eek: I'm agreeing with Samsung. Anyhow, I heard that the guy wanted to drop the charges and that OJ didn't have a gun. I'm sure someone will pay him to come back and testify. Star Jones was even being interviewed this afternoon. I don't know what was said because I had it on mute.
O.J.'s Vegas Accuser Says He Wants Charges Dropped

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A sports memorabilia collector who accused O.J. Simpson of armed robbery said Saturday that he was "on O.J.'s side" and wanted the case dropped. "I want this thing to go away. I have health problems," said Alfred Beardsley, the collector who told police on Thursday that Simpson and several other men stormed a Las Vegas hotel room and stole memorabilia at gunpoint.
Beardsley, of Burbank, Calif., indicated Saturday that he was not interested in pursuing the case.
"I have no desire to fly back and forth to Las Vegas to prosecute this," he told The Associated Press. "How are they going to have a witness who's on O.J.'s side?"
Click here to read the FOX411: Author Says He Was Told O.J. Book Was Confession (http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,296746,00.html).
Click here to read Part 2 of today's FOX411: Book Shows How O.J. Killed, or Didn't Kill, Nicole and Ron (http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,296754,00.html).
Beardsley said he called police only because the items were valuable and if he had not reported them as stolen he would be "held accountable for all the stuff."
Police could not immediately be reached for comment on whether Beardsley's apparent change of heart would affect the investigation.
Earlier, Las Vegas police said they were questioning one of the three or four men who was thought to have accompanied Simpson to the hotel room. No arrests had been made and police were still trying to determine what took place before Simpson left the room with memorabilia he says was stolen from him, Lt. Clint Nichols said. Police think a weapon was involved and they want to review hotel surveillance tapes to help sort it out.
That will include unraveling the contorted relationships between the erstwhile athlete and a cadre of collectors that has profited from his infamy since he was found liable in the deaths of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend, Ron Goldman.
At least one of the men considered Simpson a close friend. One had been his licensing agent. Another had collected Simpson items for years.
But times have changed.
In a Saturday phone interview with AP, Simpson declared: "None of these guys are friends of mine."
Beardsley was once a Simpson defender and ally but had recently appeared "sympathetic" with the families of people Simpson was accused of killing, an attorney for the family of Ron Goldman said.
Another sports collector, Bruce Fromong, once testified for the defense in the civil trial brought by the families of Goldman and Nicole Brown Simpson. Now Fromong says Simpson robbed him, along with Beardsley, at gunpoint in the room at the Palace Station casino.
Simpson, 60, said he was just trying to retrieve memorabilia, particularly photos of his wife and children. There were no guns, he told The Associated Press. There was no break-in, he said.
The man Simpson accused of stealing the items from him is Mike Gilbert, another one-time associate. As Simpson's licensing agent in the late 1990s, Gilbert admitted snatching Simpson's Heisman Trophy and other items from his client's Brentwood home as payment for money he said was owed to him. He later turned the items over to authorities, save the trophy's nameplate.
Gilbert swore he'd go to jail before turning the nameplate over to the Goldman family, which was trying to collect on the $33.5 million civil judgment won against Simpson. Gilbert later surrendered it under court order.
He apparently remained tight with his client through the ordeal.
"It has absolutely not affected our relationship at all," Gilbert said in October 1997.
Since then, according to Simpson, their relationship has changed. Simpson told AP he believes Gilbert stole items from a storage locker once held in Simpson's mother's name.
Attempts to reach Gilbert by phone were unsuccessful.
Simpson, who lives in Miami, said he expected to find the stolen items when he went to an arranged meeting Thursday.
The man who arranged the meeting, according to Simpson, was another man who makes a living on the fringes of the celebrity.
Thomas Riccio, a well-known memorabilia dealer, made headlines when his auction house, Corona, Calif.-based Universal Rarities, handled the eBay auction of Anna Nicole Smith's handwritten diaries.
Simpson said Riccio called him several weeks ago to inform him that people "have a lot of your stuff and they don't want anyone to know they are selling it," Simpson said.
Along with the personal photos, Simpson expected to find one item in particular: the suit he was wearing when he was acquitted of murder charges in 1995.
It's not clear where they got the suit, but Beardsley, a former real estate agent and longtime Simpson collector, and Fromong had been trying to sell it for several months. They'd recently tried eBay and the celebrity gossip Web site TMZ.com.
Goldman family attorney David Cook said Beardsley called him several times with the hopes of arranging a deal.
"When I spoke with him, my impression was that he was very sympathetic to the Goldmans," Cook said.
That's not the position Beardsley, who once tried to arrange lucrative autograph signings for Simpson, took in 1999, before a major auction of Simpson's sports collectibles, including his Heisman.
"It bothers me that I'm putting money in the Goldman and Brown pockets," Beardsley told the AP. "I believe he's not responsible for this crime, and I think there are a lot of people who believe that."
It was perhaps such statements that made it hard for Simpson to believe that Beardsley and Fromong were now attempting to profit off his personal items, which he says include the wedding video from Simpson's first marriage.
In an interview with TMZ.com, Beardsley noted that during the alleged robbery in the hotel room Simpson appeared surprised the pair were the ones selling the items.
"Simpson was saying that 'I liked you, I thought you were a good guy,"' Beardsley said.
Very quickly the relationship between the collectors and the celebrity were shifting once again. On Saturday, Beardsley said he had spoken with Simpson since the incident. He called to apologize, Beardsley said.
As questions swirled around the curious cast of characters and their tumultuous meeting, media scrutiny and public interest that has dogged the fallen athlete was in full swing.
By Saturday afternoon, Simpson's new book, "If I Did It: Confessions of the Killer," was the top seller on Amazon.com.
None of the men will profit from the book's sales. After a deal for Simpson to publish it fell through, a federal bankruptcy judge awarded the book's rights to the Goldman family.

Las Vegas police say they're interviewing another possible suspect in the robbery investigation involving O.J. Simpson.
Police Lieutenant Clint Nichols says the man is believed to be an associate of Simpson's who was voluntarily undergoing questioning Saturday.
No arrests have been made.
Click here to read the FOX411: Author Says He Was Told O.J. Book Was Confession (http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,296746,00.html)
Click here to read Part 2 of today's FOX411: Book Shows How O.J. Killed, or Didn't Kill, Nicole and Ron (http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,296754,00.html)
Police believe the man was part of a group that accompanied Simpson into a hotel room at the Palace Station casino on Thursday night.
Two sports memorabilia collectors are accusing Simpson and the men of busting into the room and stealing collectibles at gunpoint.
Simpson denies weapons were involved. He says the items rightfully belong to him.

Wigglytuff
Sep 18th, 2007, 02:50 AM
well wow. i dont think ANYONE listen to this can deny that this was CLEARLY an armed robbery.

drake3781
Sep 18th, 2007, 02:51 AM
1. This type of charges cannot be "dropped" by the victim. However, if the victim refuses to testify and there is no other evidence, the state may not have a case and have to drop the case. That won't happen here; there are other witnesses, the 911 call, the tape, and other evidence.

2. The fact that OJ did not have gun in hand will not matter either. Just like each member of a gang of bank robbers, some armed and some not, are all charged for the overall crime.

3. If in fact it is shown that the objects are in fact owned by OJ, taht will not matter. He could have asked for his items back, but not forcefully taken them. He was required to either get police assisance or file a civil suit.

meyerpl
Sep 18th, 2007, 05:57 AM
Why is this big news?
Why is it overshadowing real news in the world?
Earthquakes, tsunamis, floods, wars, racicsm, elections,
drug wars, sick kids?



What if O.J. killed Britney in Jacko's bedroom? Would you agree that was big news?

Helen Lawson
Sep 21st, 2007, 07:35 PM
The best part about this is that my personal heroine, Christie Prody, is back in the spotlight. I have posted about her before, she's the Nicole-look-alike who dates OJ. According to the rags and police reports, she and OJ have a drug and booze-filled relationship peppered with violence, usually Christie attacking OJ. That's one gutsy girl, or insane, however you want to spin it. One friend of OJ is always quoted in the rags, though, that Christie is not in danger of OJ killing her because "OJ really loved Nicole. He doesn't care enough about Christie to kill her." Yes, we get a glimpse into the the twisted world of OJ.

She's going by "Christine Prody" now. I guess once you turn 30, you no longer can be a "Christie."

Helen Lawson
Sep 21st, 2007, 08:59 PM
Here are some links. Helen doesn't let you down when she bird-dogs an interesting new celebrity. I noticed that "Christine" is looking a lot bustier these days than she did like 5-10 year ago. OJ has obviously paid for a boob-job! I don't think she looks that much like Nicole anymore either, she did a lot like 10 years ago. Of course if she's boozing and doing coke non-stop, that's not good for preserving one's looks.

http://buzzfeed.com/buzz/Christine_Prody

Helen Lawson
Sep 21st, 2007, 09:07 PM
And this is why I laugh at her in awe and think of her as an oddity. If OJ slashes her, I won't feel a thing because she let a cat starve to death. The full tabloid article at the time, she tried to claim "drug dealers" after OJ and broken into her apartment and force-fed the cat bleach. She must have been high on coke to think anyone would believe that. You can't forcefeed a cat anything.

http://www.wdsu.com/news/1203776/detail.html

*JR*
Sep 21st, 2007, 10:31 PM
And this is why I laugh at her in awe and think of her as an oddity. If OJ slashes her, I won't feel a thing because she let a cat starve to death. The full tabloid article at the time, she tried to claim "drug dealers" after OJ and broken into her apartment and force-fed the cat bleach. She must have been high on coke to think anyone would believe that. You can't forcefeed a cat anything.

http://www.wdsu.com/news/1203776/detail.html

OJ probably said: "The answer will be found in the world of Faye Resnick". :help:

meyerpl
Sep 21st, 2007, 11:47 PM
The best part about this is that my personal heroine, Christie Prody, is back in the spotlight. I have posted about her before, she's the Nicole-look-alike who dates OJ. According to the rags and police reports, she and OJ have a drug and booze-filled relationship peppered with violence, usually Christie attacking OJ. That's one gutsy girl, or insane, however you want to spin it. One friend of OJ is always quoted in the rags, though, that Christie is not in danger of OJ killing her because "OJ really loved Nicole. He doesn't care enough about Christie to kill her." Yes, we get a glimpse into the the twisted world of OJ.

She's going by "Christine Prody" now. I guess once you turn 30, you no longer can be a "Christie."
I guess I don't love my wife enough to kill her either, although some days I love her more than others.:lol:

*JR*
Sep 21st, 2007, 11:54 PM
She's going by "Christine Prody" now. I guess once you turn 30, you no longer can be a "Christie."
Tell that to ex-Nooo Joisy Governor and US Environmental Protection Administrator Christie Whitman. ;)

harloo
Sep 22nd, 2007, 12:38 AM
Ah... so much anger about O.J. on this board! The guy was acquitted in the court of law for the criminal case, but that wasn't good enough for America. A completely tainted jury found him liable in the subsequent civil suit under the preponderance of evidence rule. BTW, many countries don't even allow for such civil suits in their jurisprudence, after the completion of a criminal case on the same matter.

Acquittal is acquittal. Yet, the media dragged this guy through the gutters to the point where everybody feel they have the right to kick him too, including people here on this board. That's a right people should normally not have.

Imagine the psychological weight on this guy for having a whole nation on his behind. All he had to do in the current case was to alert the police and let them conduct his so-called "sting" operation, rather than do it himself. Guess what? With the nation's pressure on him, and showing the current state of his psyche, he alluded to the fact that the police wouldn't have acted on his behalf even if he'd tried!

Now, he seems to be in real trouble because of the facts against him, as we know them. I believe he will be acquitted of all criminal charges and found guilty only of just a misdemeanor, if at all. Also, these memorabilia sellers may have to answer as to how they got hold of these items in the first place.

Boy... there are so many more outrageous cases ongoing currently!

- Six people in West Virginia (USA, for those who may not know) raped, mutilated... a young black girl for seven days, and forced her to eat dogs' excrement and drink from a dirty toilette bowl... Huh! Granted, there is some media outrage about it, but nowhere near what you'd expect.

- I feel compelled to add this one: 700,000 (and counting) Iraqis have perished through armed actions from another nation because the latter mistakenly thought Iraq had WMD. Where's the outrage? There is some, but it's nowhere near what you'd expect.

You know what, folks, get some perspectives. Don't be driven by the media or other biased socio-political instruments.

TP
Excellent post! My problem is OJ feeds off the attention. Why would he write a tell-all book and continue to have run-ins with the law? OJ hasn't learned from the first trial because he continues to run in the same circles and doesn't have a problem smiling for the camera. He should leave the country and enjoy his 25,000 a month pension. I don't believe many of the charges will stick either, but they'll get him for something. :)

meyerpl
Sep 22nd, 2007, 02:48 AM
Excellent post! My problem is OJ feeds off the attention. Why would he write a tell-all book and continue to have run-ins with the law? OJ hasn't learned from the first trial because he continues to run in the same circles and doesn't have a problem smiling for the camera. He should leave the country and enjoy his 25,000 a month pension. I don't believe many of the charges will stick either, but they'll get him for something. :)
Yeah, that's Cracker Jack material:haha: The only thing missing is a Michael Vick reference.