Search

Enjoy Your New Home – O.J.

July 11th, 2013 by Michael Tabor

I know there is a whole lot going on around the globe (here – the Zimmerman trial & privacy issues, etc. Internationally- Egypt and so much more)  and perhaps the O.J Simpson story is just old news, but I have to let everyone know that I am gloating over the 33 year prison term Simpson was slapped with for stealing sports memorabilia. God bless the judge, the Nevada parole board, etc. for handing down this otherwise draconian sentence had the individual not been O.J. Simpson.

Mr. Simpson is now 66 years old, looks absolutely awful, and he’s never going to get out of prison. This is poetic justice: Simpson viciously kills two young people and gets away with it, and then does something absolutely stupid like stealing baseball cards and for all intents and purposes gets a life sentence and will never see the light of day.

Here is a man who had absolutely everything and I mean everything i.e. fame, all the money in the world, famous friends, an amazing career as a player and a great life after his playing days and he couldn’t control his jealousy and his obsession with his ex – wife and well the rest is history.

So WhadaYaThink ? What do you think? This sort of reminds me of what we did to Al Capone. No we couldn’t nail Capone for murder and racketeering but we got him instead on tax evasion.

O.J. Simpson Seeks Retrial In Las Vegas Court - Day 5

Share and Enjoy:
  • Digg
  • StumbleUpon
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
line01

2 Responses to “Enjoy Your New Home – O.J.”

  1. Michael Tabor Says:

    BTW, I know the sentence was handed down in 2008, but there was a parole hearing the other day in which Simpson was hoping for a major sentence reduction – DENIED – lol !!!

  2. Michael Tabor Says:

    Some publically posted FB COMMENTS:

    Michael Tabor BTW, I know the sentence was handed down in 2008, but there was a parole hearing the other day in which Simpson was hoping for a major sentence reduction – DENIED – lol !!!

    11 hours ago · Like..

    Callie Wall I personally think OJ is guilty as hell of the murders and should have to pay the price. BUT, getting even with a different charge is a very very slippery slope.

    9 hours ago · Like..

    Michael Tabor I do agree with you Callie, but fortunately, as far as I can remember this type of legal shenanigans has only been carried out twice: 1. The O.J. Simpson case & as I mentioned in the blog 2. Al Capone in 1931. So this nation of laws certainly doesn’t and hasn’t made it habit of meting out this type of justice, but the thinking is, hey, if the law is on the books, why not give a scumbag the maximum penalty, that’s all.

    a few seconds ago · Like

Leave a Reply