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Syrallas

Unlucky 13

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13 years to the day of his acquittal on a double murder charge, O.J. found guilty.

 

I still remember hearing the verdict of the homicide case and not believing what I heard. With all this guy had, and the second chance the LA jury gave him, you wonder why he just didn't steer far away from situations like the one that got him in big trouble ....

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He probably reckoned he was untouchable after the first one ;)

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Someone did a good job of setting him up for this one. He did have the past 13 years of freedom that many think he shouldn't have had.

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All I have to say is that he finally got what he deserves. Just a little too late!!

 

Rachel

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All I have to say is that he finally got what he deserves. Just a little too late!!

 

Rachel

 

And the Goldman family still have no chance of getting any money from him in a civil suit. We end up paying for his incarceration! I doubt there's many who ever believed he wasn't guilty.

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And the Goldman family still have no chance of getting any money from him in a civil suit. We end up paying for his incarceration! I doubt there's many who ever believed he wasn't guilty.

 

Unfortunately, the jury didn't think he was guilty. :(

 

But, the setting him up, on the latest crime, was obvious. I say "Good job." to whoever did it.

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You'd think he would turn over a new leaf...and get on with life!!!

But it's true what they say...

These things do catch up with you!!!!!

:o

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