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Discussion in 'Current Events' started by cuestakid, Oct 3, 2008.
him and his co-defendant were guilty on all 12 counts
both now face LIFE in jail
WOW that is CRAAAZY!
according to something i just heard, he is getting 15 at the LEAST for kidnapping-each other charge is 1-2 years each-
about time. a little justice for the murders he committed
Good. Now I hope they don't give him celebrity treatment with the sentencing. Let's hope they throw the book at him
That FOOL had it coming.
So stupid, that retard got away with a double murder. Then he blew it, by pulling this stunt.
That jerk thought he was untouchable. well he thought wrong, BURN IN HELL o.j.
Ironic isn't it. He didn't go to jail for murder but stealing his stuff back.
the fact that he was guilty on more than 1 count means that there is no celeb treatment.
He could very likely get the max
There is a bigger irony-
today is the anniversary of his acquittal
He's 61 so even a 15-year sentence is going to put a dent in his golf game.
But the real tragedy is now he can't find the real killers.
The sentencing will come soon and it could range from 5 years to life. My guess is that it will fall on the more lenient side and not be life.
This trial is completely separate from anything that came before and stands on its own. Whether he has a long record, or no record at all, does not play into the sentencing.
I was under the impression most states have a minimum sentence guideline of 25 yrs to life for kidnapping.
Is it less in Nevada?
Unfortunately it was his karma.
where's Johnnie Cochran when you need him
Yes I know he is dead, it was meant as a sarcastic joke about him getting off with murder.
spiritually, yes, but karma is not found in the model penal code but more liberal states are looking to add a section for instant karma
He shouldn't have kept pushing his luck, you can only defeat the justice system so many times before it comes back to bite you
He'll get out in 3 months on good behavior
Now what am I going to drink
Funny how what goes around comes around. I think this is Gods punishment for the murders he did. or he's just a Dumb....
He went there, with guns. He forgot and left his common sense back in his own hotel room.
My guess is that he committed a double murder back in the '90s, got away with it (the criminal charges), and felt a heightened sense of invincibility.
While he lost in the civil case for the double murder, he didn't pay up that much. If he goes to prison, I hope the Goldman and Brown families can gain OJ's assets.
Bye OJ, Bye!
for those wondering, mark Dec 5 on your calendars-
Not that I'm at all upset with the ruling, but I wonder if he truly received the fair trial he deserved.
Then again, maybe all of the fairness was consumed in his first trial.
Unless of course he has a mirror in his cell...
"May I play through???" will now take on an entirely new meaning.
Very good question. My guess would be that he didn't.
While I tend to believe he is guilty so this is a bit funny, our court system found him innocent.
You are innocent until proven guilty. So technically, whether he did it or not, he has been exonerated from that charge by criminal trial.
Of course the civil trial's outcome is a different issue.