What In The Hell Is Wrong With O.J.?

These concepts are socially constructed and have been given much weight. What are your thoughts?
Post Reply
User avatar
Common Sense
Heavy Weight
Heavy Weight
Posts: 2631
Joined: January 13th, 2004, 3:54 pm
Location: In your MIND and in your HEART.

What In The Hell Is Wrong With O.J.?

Unread post by Common Sense » September 21st, 2007, 2:17 pm

WHY IS THIS MAN BACK IN THE MEDIA?

Why would he be tied into some BS with some crazy white girl and former former basball star Pedro Guererro over some drug crap?
http://www.eightballmagazine.com/diatri ... 25/508.htm

The call OJ made to 911 about his girl Christne Prody
http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/1999/10/ ... 6029.shtml

Why would he even think about writing a book called "If I did It?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/If_I_Did_It

O.J. Simpson Arrested in Vegas Robbery? What the hell is this all about?
http://www.breitbart.com/article.php?id ... le=1&lsn=1

What in the hell is wrong with this fool?
When your acquitted for double murder or found innocent, that many people "think" ya did, you stay out of the limelight. I feel if he was Tyrone, and broke, he would be in San Quentin State Prison.

Anyway, what are your thoughts on "The Juice."

A Ghost
Super Heavy Weight
Super Heavy Weight
Posts: 5404
Joined: September 21st, 2005, 6:47 pm
Location: Niagara Falls, New York

Unread post by A Ghost » September 21st, 2007, 10:02 pm

LOL @ OJ

justice league
Middle Weight
Middle Weight
Posts: 715
Joined: March 7th, 2007, 11:32 pm

Unread post by justice league » September 24th, 2007, 9:54 pm

he got his way. He broke all the cliches that only rich white people can buy their way out of crimes they commit and, well, since he got away with it once...

really I think he is a spoiled brat that deserved and needed a whole lot more spankings then he got.

User avatar
Common Sense
Heavy Weight
Heavy Weight
Posts: 2631
Joined: January 13th, 2004, 3:54 pm
Location: In your MIND and in your HEART.

Unread post by Common Sense » September 25th, 2007, 9:04 am

^^^ Yea, could be true. There's another story posted by the New York, that he threatened "to kill" his gardner, alledging that he slept with his young girlfriend Christine Prody.

It never ends with this fool. I remember when he came to Rev Cecil's church (First AME) trying to get his ghetto pass revalidated. He's hasn't been back in the hood since.

New York Post Article:
http://www.nypost.com/seven/09232007/ne ... htm?page=0

User avatar
king phoenix
Middle Weight
Middle Weight
Posts: 120
Joined: February 20th, 2007, 8:07 pm

Unread post by king phoenix » September 29th, 2007, 8:12 pm

the JUICE is LOOSE

justice league
Middle Weight
Middle Weight
Posts: 715
Joined: March 7th, 2007, 11:32 pm

Unread post by justice league » October 1st, 2007, 10:00 pm

the latest tabloids are saying he has a brain tumor,which could explain a whole lot. But I dont buy for one hot second!

justice league
Middle Weight
Middle Weight
Posts: 715
Joined: March 7th, 2007, 11:32 pm

Unread post by justice league » October 3rd, 2007, 8:55 pm

Common Sense wrote:^^^ Yea, could be true. There's another story posted by the New York, that he threatened "to kill" his gardner, alledging that he slept with his young girlfriend Christine Prody.

It never ends with this fool. I remember when he came to Rev Cecil's church (First AME) trying to [font=Trebuchet]get his ghetto pass revalidated[/font]. He's hasn't been back in the hood since.

New York Post Article:
http://www.nypost.com/seven/09232007/ne ... htm?page=0

[font=Trebuchet]get his ghetto pass revalidated... WTF??????LMFFAO~~~!!![/font].

:shock: :D :oops: :shock:

User avatar
Common Sense
Heavy Weight
Heavy Weight
Posts: 2631
Joined: January 13th, 2004, 3:54 pm
Location: In your MIND and in your HEART.

Unread post by Common Sense » October 24th, 2007, 8:03 am

O.J. facing additional charge in Las Vegas

Associated Press
Oct 24, 07

O.J. Simpson and three co-defendents face additional charges in the alleged hotel room armed robbery of two sports memorabilia dealers, according to a copy of an amended criminal complaint obtained by The Associated Press.
Lawyers for the four were due in court Wednesday to discuss the revised complaint prepared by prosecutors, which increases the number of charges against them to 12.

Simpson faces a second coercion charge and the other three face two new coercion charges in the complaint, which removes Walter Alexander and Charles Cashmore from the case. They pleaded guilty to reduced charges Tuesday.

Alexander, Simpson's golfing buddy, and Cashmore, at times a day laborer, disc jockey and bartender, have agreed to testify against the aging football star and the other men who went to a Las Vegas casino hotel room to retrieve items that Simpson said belonged to him.


None of the remaining defendants were due to appear in person for the status check Wednesday before Justice of the Peace Joe M. Bonaventure, lawyers and court officials said.

Simpson, Clarence "C.J." Stewart, Michael McClinton and Charles Ehrlich are to appear for a preliminary hearing beginning Nov. 8 on 11 felonies - including kidnapping, armed robbery, assault with a deadly weapon, conspiracy and coercion - and one gross misdemeanor, conspiracy to commit a crime.

A kidnapping conviction alone could result in a sentence of life in prison with parole.

The revised complaint alleges Simpson and Stewart conspired to persuade others to tell authorities that no guns were used in the Sept. 13 confrontation with memorabilia dealers Bruce Fromong and Alfred Beardsley at a room at the Palace Station casino hotel.

A spokesman for Clark County District Attorney David Roger declined to comment Tuesday on the complaint, which outlines two theories of kidnapping: one in which Simpson, Stewart, McClinton and Ehrlich are accused of using trickery to lure Fromong and Beardsley to a hotel room for an armed robbery, and one in which they brought and displayed guns to prevent the men from leaving.

Simpson, 60, of Miami, has said no guns were brought to the room and he did not tell anyone to bring guns.

His lawyers, Yale Galanter and Gabriel Grasso, on Tuesday criticized the district attorney for making deals with co-defendants to testify against Simpson. Grasso said there had been no discussions with Roger on any plea deal for Simpson.

"In a frenzy to accept the state's sweetheart deals, these two guys who pleaded guilty today are pleading guilty to crimes they didn't commit," Grasso said. "No robbery or any other crime ever took place."

Cashmore and Alexander are expected to be key witnesses for the prosecution at the preliminary hearing, when Bonaventure will decide whether there is enough evidence to send the case to trial.

Cashmore, 40, of Las Vegas, can testify that Alexander and McClinton brought guns to the confrontation, said his lawyer, Edward Miley.

Miley characterized Cashmore as a bit player and Simpson as the "big fish" in a botched robbery.

"I think he's anxious to get his story out there," Miley said of his client outside the courthouse.

Cashmore said he was relieved, but declined further comment.

Alexander, 46, of Mesa, Ariz., told police following his arrest Sept. 15 that Simpson wanted armed men with him when he confronted Fromong and Beardsley to retrieve items that Simpson said belonged to him.

"I'm at peace with what I've done today and what I'm going to do," Alexander said Tuesday as he clutched a Bible outside court. "I'm not here to help or hurt O.J. Simpson. I'm only here to tell the truth."

Alexander's lawyer, Robert Dennis Rentzer, has declined to say what testimony his client would provide. He has also expressed doubt that Cashmore knew whether Alexander was armed.

Roger said Cashmore could get probation or up to one to five years in prison at sentencing, which will come after an April 15 status check. The district attorney said he would seek a suspended sentence for Alexander, which could get him probation instead of one to six years in prison.

Galanter said Simpson "is not guilty and we continue to say he is not guilty of any crime." He said he looked forward to cross-examining Alexander and Cashmore.

"The district attorney's office is giving away the courthouse in order to make deals," Galanter said. "Obviously, the district attorney is looking to make a case against O.J. Simpson and is offering people incredible deals in an effort to do that."

Lawyers for Stewart, 53, of North Las Vegas, McClinton, 49, of Las Vegas, and Ehrlich, 53, of Miami, did not respond Tuesday to requests for comment.

User avatar
Common Sense
Heavy Weight
Heavy Weight
Posts: 2631
Joined: January 13th, 2004, 3:54 pm
Location: In your MIND and in your HEART.

Unread post by Common Sense » January 11th, 2008, 6:06 pm

O.J. Simpson may be headed back to Vegas jail
Ex-NFL star allegedly violated bail terms with message for co-defendant


Ethan Miller / Reuters file
O.J. Simpson appears in court at the Clark County Regional Justice Center on Nov. 28, 2007.

LAS VEGAS - O.J. Simpson was taken into custody in Florida and will be brought before a judge next week on allegations that he violated terms of his bail in a Las Vegas armed robbery case, court officials said Friday.

Clark County District Attorney David Roger alleges that Simpson, directed his bail bondsman, Miguel Pereira, to contact co-defendant Clarence "C.J." Stewart and express frustration about testimony given at a preliminary hearing in November, according to court documents.

Simpson had been instructed by Las Vegas Justice of the Peace Joe M. Bonaventure in September not to have any contact with anyone involved in the case — not even by "carrier pigeon."

A hearing was scheduled Wednesday on Roger's request, a clerk for District Court Judge Jackie Glass said.

"We understand he's in the custody of his bail bondsman in Florida right now, and will be brought to Las Vegas for the hearing," clerk Elana Pitaro said.

A bail bondsman at You Ring We Spring bail bonds in North Las Vegas declined immediate comment.

Free on $125,000 bail
WSVN-TV in Miami showed video of Simpson walking through Miami International Airport near an American Airlines counter Friday. He was wearing a golf visor, golf shirt and jeans, talking on a cell phone while a man accompanied him.

Simpson was freed Sept. 19 on $125,000 bail following his arrest Sept. 16 on allegations that he and several friends burst into a Las Vegas hotel room and robbed two sports memorabilia dealers at gunpoint.

Simpson has maintained that he was retrieving items that belonged to him. He and two other men face trial April 7 in Las Vegas.

Simpson's lawyers, Yale Galanter and Gabriel Grasso, did not immediately return telephone messages Friday seeking comment.

Allegation of voice message
Roger alleges that Simpson left a voice message with Pereira for Stewart on Nov. 16, two days after Bonaventure ruled that Simpson, Stewart and another co-defendant, Charles "Charlie" Ehrlich, should stand trial on 12 charges, including kidnapping and armed robbery.

"I'm tired of this (expletive)," the transcript quotes Simpson saying. "Fed up with (expletives) changing what they told me. All right?"

Simpson, Stewart and Ehrlich each pleaded not guilty Nov. 28 to kidnapping, armed robbery, assault with a deadly weapon, burglary, coercion and conspiracy charges. A kidnapping conviction could bring a life sentence with the possibility of parole. An armed robbery conviction carries mandatory prison time.

Three other former co-defendants, Walter Alexander, Michael McClinton and Charles Cashmore, agreed to plea deals and testified against Simpson at the evidentiary hearing in Las Vegas.

Simpson has maintained that no guns were displayed during the confrontation, that he never asked anyone to bring guns and that he did not know anyone had guns. He has said he intended only to retrieve items that had been stolen from him by a former agent, including the suit he wore the day he was acquitted of murder in 1995 in the slayings of his wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend, Ronald Goldman.

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/22612385/

justice league
Middle Weight
Middle Weight
Posts: 715
Joined: March 7th, 2007, 11:32 pm

Unread post by justice league » January 11th, 2008, 10:39 pm

king phoenix wrote:the JUICE is LOOSE

Then get him some Kaopectate !! :oops:

A Ghost
Super Heavy Weight
Super Heavy Weight
Posts: 5404
Joined: September 21st, 2005, 6:47 pm
Location: Niagara Falls, New York

Unread post by A Ghost » January 11th, 2008, 11:24 pm

I hear his name and just laugh now.....

User avatar
Common Sense
Heavy Weight
Heavy Weight
Posts: 2631
Joined: January 13th, 2004, 3:54 pm
Location: In your MIND and in your HEART.

Unread post by Common Sense » January 16th, 2008, 12:40 pm

Annoyed judge: An irritated judge doubles O.J. Simpson’s bail.

Rick Wilking / AP

Jan 16, 08

LAS VEGAS - An angry judge doubled O.J. Simpson’s bail to $250,000 on Wednesday for violating terms of his original bail by attempting to contact a co-defendant in his armed robbery case.

Simpson, clad in jail attire, grimaced as the amount was announced and meekly acknowledged that he understood.

“I don’t know Mr. Simpson what the heck you were thinking — or maybe that’s the problem — you weren’t,” Clark County District Court Judge Jackie Glass told Simpson.

“I don’t know if it’s just arrogance. I don’t know if it’s ignorance. But you’ve been locked up at the Clark County Detention Center since Friday because of arrogance or ignorance — or both.”

Glass said that the initial court order to not contact other defendants was clear and she warned that if anything else happened Simpson would be locked up.

Before the hearing Wednesday, Simpson attorney Gabriel Grasso had filed a motion urging the judge to reject Clark County District Attorney David Roger’s effort to have Simpson jailed without bail until his April 7 trial.

Roger says Simpson told his bail bondsman, Miguel Pereira, in an expletive-laced message to tell co-defendant Clarence “C.J.” Stewart how upset Simpson was about testimony during their preliminary hearing.

Roger’s motion alleges Simpson “committed new crimes,” but does not elaborate. His spokesman, Dan Kulin, declined to say if new charges would be filed against Simpson.

Grasso, however, said the document “says O.J. Simpson in no way violated any conditions of his release.”

Jailed since Friday
Simpson, 60, has been jailed since arriving from Florida late Friday in the custody of Pereira.

The prosecutor alleges that Simpson detailed in a Nov. 16 message what he wanted Pereira to tell Stewart: “I just want, want C.J. to know that ... I’m tired of this (expletive). Fed up with (expletives) changing what they told me. All right?”

After Simpson was jailed last week, Pereira told The AP: “He left a message instructing me to do something violating a court order. I don’t want to get involved in such a dilemma or a criminal act.”

He has complained that he was never paid the $18,750 he was due for posting $125,000 to free Simpson from jail Sept. 19, but on Wednesday he denied that money was the motive for telling the district attorney about the alleged message.

“I have clients that owe me money. Some owe me more than Mr. Simpson,” Pereira said in an interview. “I’ve never surrendered a client for that. None of those clients have ever asked me to break the law.”

Stewart’s lawyer, Jose Pallares, said he did not know whether the message reached Stewart.

No-contact order understood
Simpson told Las Vegas Justice of the Peace Joe M. Bonaventure on Sept. 19 that he understood he was not to have contact with anyone involved in the case — not even by “passenger pigeon.”

Stewart and fellow co-defendant Charles Ehrlich did not have to appear for the hearing and remain free on bail.

The three men pleaded not guilty Nov. 28 to kidnapping, armed robbery, assault with a deadly weapon, burglary, coercion and conspiracy charges. A kidnapping conviction could bring a life sentence with the possibility of parole. An armed robbery conviction carries mandatory prison time.

Three other former co-defendants have pleaded to lesser charges and testified against Simpson at the preliminary hearing.

Simpson has denied any knowledge about guns being involved in the confrontation with memorabilia dealers Bruce Fromong and Alfred Beardsley. He has said he intended only to retrieve items that had been stolen from him by a former agent, including the suit he wore the day he was acquitted of murder in 1995 in the slayings of his wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend, Ronald Goldman.

justice league
Middle Weight
Middle Weight
Posts: 715
Joined: March 7th, 2007, 11:32 pm

Unread post by justice league » January 16th, 2008, 5:56 pm

Image

justice league
Middle Weight
Middle Weight
Posts: 715
Joined: March 7th, 2007, 11:32 pm

Unread post by justice league » January 16th, 2008, 5:57 pm

Image

justice league
Middle Weight
Middle Weight
Posts: 715
Joined: March 7th, 2007, 11:32 pm

Unread post by justice league » January 16th, 2008, 5:58 pm

Image

justice league
Middle Weight
Middle Weight
Posts: 715
Joined: March 7th, 2007, 11:32 pm

Unread post by justice league » January 16th, 2008, 5:58 pm

sorry it was only supposed to go once
Last edited by justice league on January 16th, 2008, 7:00 pm, edited 1 time in total.

justice league
Middle Weight
Middle Weight
Posts: 715
Joined: March 7th, 2007, 11:32 pm

Unread post by justice league » January 16th, 2008, 6:01 pm

Image

Old Shatterhand
Light Heavy Weight
Light Heavy Weight
Posts: 1318
Joined: March 5th, 2006, 4:18 pm
Contact:

Unread post by Old Shatterhand » January 17th, 2008, 9:46 pm

Man just has no common sense apparently.

Mcminister
Heavy Weight
Heavy Weight
Posts: 2900
Joined: July 4th, 2006, 4:15 pm
Location: Africa
Contact:

Unread post by Mcminister » January 19th, 2008, 12:41 pm

60 year old doin stick ups :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Mcminister
Heavy Weight
Heavy Weight
Posts: 2900
Joined: July 4th, 2006, 4:15 pm
Location: Africa
Contact:

Unread post by Mcminister » January 19th, 2008, 12:41 pm

mayb he an undercover mobb memeber

stunna118
Newbie
Newbie
Posts: 24
Joined: August 9th, 2007, 3:43 pm
Contact:

Unread post by stunna118 » February 1st, 2008, 3:55 am

oj simpson cracks me up

Post Reply

Return to “Race and Ethnicity, Racial Relations & Racism”