UPDATED: O.J. Simpson Is Up For Parole And Looking Forward To Playing Golf Again Soon

The original “OJ the Juiceman” is up for parole for killing his ex wife back in the 90’s a Vegas memorabilia heist that he allegedly orchestrated and is “optimistic” that he will be released from prison and back to playing golf in no time.

According to USA Today:

“He says, ‘Tell them we’ll be playing golf again soon,’ ” Tom Scotto said of O.J. Sunday in a phone interview.

If paroled, Simpson, 70, is eligible for release Oct. 1.

Simpson sounded “excited’’ when he and Scotto spoke by phone last week, according to Scotto, who added that he will be in the hearing room with the former football star Thursday at Lovelock Correctional Center, where Simpson has been imprisoned for almost nine years.

In 2008, Simpson was sentenced to a minimum of nine years and a maximum of 33 years in prison for his role in the armed robbery of two sports memorabilia agents at a Las Vegas hotel, and Scotto indicated Simpson is ready to reclaim his life outside of prison.

“He just says, ‘We’ll be together again, my life will go back to normal, ’ ” Scotto said. “He’s very positive. He’s always been positive.”

In life positivity is key, however, I am not so sure if being positive will be enough to release O.J. from the unforgiving grips of the people’s law. However, stranger things have happened.

Prosecutors have had it out for this guy ever since he was surprisingly acquitted of the murder of his former wife Nicole Brown and her boyfriend Ron Goldman back in 94′. Many believe his current prison sentence is nothing short of inescapable karma for those past transgressions. Nonetheless, miracles do happen everyday so we will just have to wait and see what fate holds for the former pro athlete turned convict.

Check out this article of  what O.J. Simpson’s life is like behind bars and take the poll.


OJ Simpson was granted parole and will be released to a parole officer on October 1, 2017. He will reside in Florida. 



New Report Shows What O.J. Simpson’s Life Is Like In Prison

A new report by the Los Angeles Times provides a glimpse of what prison life is like for O.J. Simpson. 

See the video: New Report Sheds Like on What O.J. Simpson’s Life is Like Behind Bars — KTLA

The Cartel Theory Raised In OJ Simpson Trial 


Faye Resnick

On the latest episode of FX’s American Crime Story, Johnnie Cochran and O.J. Simpson’s defense team mentioned a Colombian drug cartel theory in court.
According to Cochran, the cartel was responsible for the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman. He also mentioned a technique used by the drug dealers called the Colombian Necktie — which, under any circumstances, you should not Google.The drug cartel theory revolved around Faye Resnick and her reported drug use prior to the time of the murders. The theory was just that — a theory — but has Resnick ever spoken out about it?

In The People v. O.J. Simpson, Cochran and the defense team proposed a “drug theory” as a possible explanation for the murders.

A New York Times article published during the trial detailed what Cochran proposed. According to him, the murders were not a result of an upset ex-husband – O.J. Simpson – but rather, drug dealers.
The theory was dismissed months later.

According to Judge Ito, the defense was “highly speculative” and the team was not allowed to mention Resnick’s alleged drug use to the jurors. This was a pretty big blow to the defense, since Cochran hoped to bring in Resnick’s then-boyfriend, Christian Reichardt, as a witness.

Check out Faye Resnick’s interview on Larry King during the time of the trail:

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