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    so recently on tv there was a documentary series on the people v oj simpson case.
    i was very intrigued by how it was getting dealt with. at the end and after extensive research i found that he was not even found guilty and that in 2017 he is to be released.
    what do you think about this and should he have been given life??
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    (Original post by sanban786)
    so recently on tv there was a documentary series on the people v oj simpson case.
    i was very intrigued by how it was getting dealt with. at the end and after extensive research i found that he was not even found guilty and that in 2017 he is to be released.
    what do you think about this and should he have been given life??
    He's in prison now for robbery and kidnapping among other things, it's unrelated to the murders of his ex-wife and her friend. If you're asking if he should have been found guilty of murder then I don't think so, there's enough reasonable doubt.


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    Why don't you read his book.

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    in the case of the people of TSR vs Orenthal James Simpson; we the people say lol
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    He was imprisoned in 2008 for 33 years. He can't even get parole until 2017... and the chances of him getting parole are slim to none.
 
 
 
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