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    After 17 Years, OJ Admits to Killings

    http://askmichaelcohen.com/celebrity...-brown-simpson

    After 17 years, O.J. Simpson reportedly confessed to the 1994 murder of Nicole Brown Simpson.

    Reportedly, a producer for the "Oprah Winfrey Show" pulled the confession out of him; and he will reportedly repeat his story during a televised interview with Oprah.

    Oprah made headlines a couple weeks ago when she revealed that she had a dream that O.J. confessed his role in the murders to her. Now it looks as if her dream has come true. Leave it to Oprah to get the confession of the century.

    The initial interview took place in prison, where Simpson is serving a nine-year sentence for kidnapping and robbery.

    Although Simpson is admitting to the murder, he is claiming that he stabbed Nicole in self-defense. That's a huge pill to swallow after evidence in the trial.

    The former NFL running back and hall of famer was acquitted after being charged for the murders of his ex-wife and Ron Goldman, meaning he can't be re-tried for the murders.

    Simpson has flirted with the idea of telling the world his connection to the murder. In 2006, he wrote a book called If I Did it; confessions of a killer, but the book was never published.

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    Seems that server is pretty taxed, can't get it to load.

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    Got it to load, edited your OP with the details.

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    Looks like this is the real deal, he will be confessing to Oprah: http://nymag.com/daily/intel/2011/06...=twitter_nymag

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    Who would'a thunk it possible for a millionaire to get away with a multi-million dollar lawyer team...

    And now who would'a thunk it possible for him to admit he got way with murder...

    And yes I spelled think, thunk...
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    thought* ^^ but good enough lol

    Damn, the file has been closed. No more retrial unless supreme court thinks he's some danger and want to put him away. Supreme court can $#@!ing do anything lol
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    He has to live his life with everyone referring to him as a piece of trash murderer and has been basically ruined with the civil suits. Although, he still gets his nice $30k a month pension but doesn't do much for him when he is sitting in jail.

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    Did he take the stand? If so, at least tack purjory(sp?) To it

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by LostMarine Click here to enlarge
    Did he take the stand? If so, at least tack purjory(sp?) To it
    He did not.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by fastgti69 Click here to enlarge
    thought* ^^ but good enough lol

    Damn, the file has been closed. No more retrial unless supreme court thinks he's some danger and want to put him away. Supreme court can $#@!ing do anything lol
    What???? The Supreme Court cannot overturn a California Superiot Court jury's ruling sua sponte, or otherwise. Have you ever taken a High School level civics class? This is one of the most basic tenets of the judiciary. There is nothing that can possibly happen to put OJ back in court for murder which he was acquitted of. The case is closed and the appellate statute has long expired. Even if the state could appeal the ruling, this would not be admissible. The system is not perfect. Some innocent people are convicted and some guilty people walk free. If you can tell me a more fair and perfect system, I'm open to listen, but you cannot, because it doesn't exist.

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