Wednesday, June 21, 2017

O.J. Simpson Parole Hearing Set


O.J. Simpson is up for parole next month...
 
According to reports O.J. Simpson's parole hearing has been set for July 20, 2017.

The former football great was sentenced to 33 years in prison back in 2008 for kidnapping and robbery [click here if you missed that].

28 comments:

D L said...

Hide the white women cause if this dude gets out he running to get one on his harm first day.

Anonymous said...

R in NYC says:

On behalf of 98% of the viewing public.....F**k OJ!

Anonymous said...

After all this time, I'm rooting for this dumbazz. And after reading the tea spilled here by the LA posters about the alleged Kardashian/Richards/Simpson triangle of coke shenanigans, I have doubts that he was the killer.

I went back and dug up this thread:
http://www.rhymeswithsnitch.com/2017/04/kim-kardashian-films-kanye-west-break.html

Anonymous said...

I remember that 10:28! It connected all the dots about OJ, Faye Resnick, the Richards, Kris and all the alleged shenanigans!

"There was an incident involving the lover of a former reality show star in Northridge in 1991 and an incident in Brentwood in 1994 that are allegedly connected re: alleged partying, money laundering, fraud, and prostitution."

"Kim Richards was engaged to commodities salesman John J. Collett, a central figure in a criminal scheme involving nearly $150 million in losses. On October 28, 1991, he was murdered outside Brent's Deli in Northridge."

Laa soul said...

@10:28am and 10:35am I think that's part of the reason why Kim was battling alcoholism along with other demons.Kris, Faye, Kkm, Kyle Nicole, her sister and the whole lot was hanging tough back in the day. AND I'm pretty sure they had their share of drug and orgie parties back in the day.

As for OJ getting out, hopefully this time he will learn his lesson because it was evident that the robbery he committed made him think he was Teflon Don. He should be able to understand that the man will find any excuse to put his foot on his neck

Anonymous said...

Great point 11:49; If he gets out he needs to get out of the country and move to Costa Rica like Johnnie Cochran allegedly suggested. All he had to do was lay low...

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Chrissy Snow said...

I'm with D L and R in NYC
Anyone who watched that OJ Documentary knows this man is not and will not ever stand with us. He was one of them for all of the decades he was on top, why should we take him in now? Fuck OJ!

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Aye said...

I agree with a lot of you. He needs to leave the country. They were looking for any reason to lock him up and he gave it to them. What really messed him up in the robbery was that he said no one can leave the room and they took that to the bank. This is all of OJ fault for being so stupid

Anonymous said...

@ 10:28 I actually agree with you.

He definitely does NOT deserve our loyalty

BUT no one should receive that kind of sentence over some BS

Also, even Dick Gregory highlighted the BS B.S. in the murder case and the evidence that they chose to deal for DECADES.

I was wondering why they chose to revisit that case recently with that TV movie about the OJ

It appears that they wanted to have another Trial with public opinion again BEFORE July 20th.

Just full of it....




I understand the way some feel about O.J., Tiger Woods and Bill Cosby.
All 3 have DEFINITELY demonstrated their Lack of Loyalty to the Black community.

However I don't agree that turning our backs to the blatant unfair treatment is the right answer in the grand scheme of it all.

They are like Disloyal "family" members who don't recognize the real enemy of the fan

Turning a blind eye to them getting unjust treatment doesn't send the right message IMO

I hope he gets out & leaves the country


Anonymous said...

^ chose to SEAL for decades ^

Anonymous said...

Enemy of the FAMILY

Anonymous said...

OJ was so damn fine during that trial! I was an 8th grader and would be like "mama, this man looks better than Denzel!" He's an uncle tom, but boy was he once a fine ass Black man!

Anonymous said...

Great points 1:17; I understand exactly what you mean. These cases are to make an example of powerful/rich Black men. Ironic thing is that these men did virtually nothing for the Black community (save for Cosby buying African and Black American Folk art.)

Thanks for seeing the larger picture. And if what's alleged by Crispin Glover is true, there are A LOT of White Hollywood insiders that deserve to be UNDER the jail. (People often discredited as crazy are sometimes telling the truth.)

Felicia said...

Can we say, "DENIED"?

Laa soul said...

@3:23pm, I think you are forgetting that Bill did contribute millions to schools and created scholarship funds. That cannot be disputed, but I not excusing his actions either because he was wrong wrong wrong to even put himself in those positions. Now do believe all of the women that came out the woodwork saying they were all assaulted, well I'm sorry, I may be in the minority but, no I dont.

Some of them I do believe thought if they got on the casting couch would be "put on". Those women knew he was married and still didn't care by meeting him in hotel rooms.

In any event, people like Bill, OJ and the lot of rich black men believe they can be protected like rich white men and they are not. If you want proof all you have to do is look at all those Disney kid stars that got turned out by the producers and directors there. And last I looked, the majority of them are and were white men. Hell, look at how Corey Haim and Core Feldman turned out. Now those two had/have stories about the predators that exist in that industry. And old boy Charlie Sheen was alledgedly down with the predator behavior too.

I remember the time the LAPD went into his house and found coke in large amounts, but did he ever serve a day in jail for it, NOPE!

When Black men realize that they will never have the complexion for the protection when things go left, they will make better decisions.

Just my two cents.

Laa soul said...

@3:23pm, I think you are forgetting that Bill did contribute millions to schools and created scholarship funds. That cannot be disputed, but I not excusing his actions either because he was wrong wrong wrong to even put himself in those positions. Now do believe all of the women that came out the woodwork saying they were all assaulted, well I'm sorry, I may be in the minority but, no I dont.

Some of them I do believe thought if they got on the casting couch would be "put on". Those women knew he was married and still didn't care by meeting him in hotel rooms.

In any event, people like Bill, OJ and the lot of rich black men believe they can be protected like rich white men and they are not. If you want proof all you have to do is look at all those Disney kid stars that got turned out by the producers and directors there. And last I looked, the majority of them are and were white men. Hell, look at how Corey Haim and Core Feldman turned out. Now those two had/have stories about the predators that exist in that industry. And old boy Charlie Sheen was alledgedly down with the predator behavior too.

I remember the time the LAPD went into his house and found coke in large amounts, but did he ever serve a day in jail for it, NOPE!

When Black men realize that they will never have the complexion for the protection when things go left, they will make better decisions.

Just my two cents.

Anonymous said...

This Trump Country now. This really thinks he getting paroled. IF he does I'll be shocked.

Anonymous said...

4:38/4:39 - Thank you for responding and for the info and straight up facts. I forgot about the scholarship info and the Sheen case, but thank you for mentioning the Haim thing because that's what I was alluding to. To call Bill Cosby the "worst" sexual predator in Hollywood and put him on trial because he reneged on some deals after sexual encounters is plain crazy. They should all be held to the same standard.

(And do yourself a favor and read Crispin Glover's weird alleged rant on Spielberg. It changed my whole perspective on a BUNCH of things. It can't watch his movies anymore.)

Laa soul said...

$4:59pm you are welcome and I will read up on it.

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Laa soul said...

^ meant to say @4:59pm.

Anonymous said...

OJ got another break. I hope he's thanking the good Lord for granting him immunity and he's smart enough to leave the U.S. and never set foot upon this soil again.

prissa o said...

Idk why it's so hard for some to fathom that Hollywood is full of debauchery, deviance and the occult. Maybe it's just too heavy for some to grasp.

Regarding the casting couch theory - that would make sense IF these 50+ (or whatever the # is) women would have come out with their stories when it mattered (i.e. while they were still young enough for their casting couch trusts to matter) - but they didn't. Who would hold on to something like "casting couch gone wrong" for 40+ years? And then bring it up now when they are old and ain't nobody checking for them at all - doesn't make sense.

NO. This is what Hollywood is ALL ABOUT. And EVERYONE participates to some degree - what degree depends on how marketable you are and how famous they decide they want you to be.

Trust and believe the higher ups have dirt on ALL CELEBRITIES. You don't get into that inner, multi-million dollar circle without them having collateral on you. And if you are the type to go all out and indulge yourself - well, that's all the more ammunition they have on you.

Like I've commented previously, idk if it's really because of him trying to buy that network or because he didn't pay his dues (rituals / sacrifices) but this was in the works for his entire career. They just provided him the rope to hang himself with.

prissa o said...

*trysts not trusts

Anonymous said...

meh...let him out.

Anonymous said...

Word on the street is has gonna hit paroled. Prolly run right back to Florida with whitey.ask tiger how that's working out oj.

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