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OJ Simpson granted parole

We now interrupt your Kentucky sports coverage for the breaking news that everyone in the country is talking about: OJ Simpson has been granted parole.

In December 2008, OJ was sentenced to 33 years in prison for armed robbery. His minimum sentence was nine years, hence today’s hearing. Although his statements this afternoon were rambling and, quite frankly, remorseless, OJ’s behavior behind bars was apparently good enough to convince the board to grant his parole. He could be released as early as October 1. Golf courses across Florida, you have two and a half months to prepare.

Meanwhile, just like I did back in 1995, I wasted two hours watching the coverage. Such is life. Now back to UK sports.

Article written by Mrs. Tyler Thompson

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8 Comments for OJ Simpson granted parole



  1. Catcasey1
    3:09 pm July 20, 2017 Permalink

    Amazing what u can get by with if u r a sports figure



    • TonyMontana
      4:06 pm July 20, 2017 Permalink

      Right?! I mean, he went to go get back his memorabilia and only served 9 years in prison. Lucky.



  2. winagain1
    3:13 pm July 20, 2017 Permalink

    Great! Now may he spend his time hunting down the real killers and bring them to justice as they’ve never been apprehended.



  3. Sentient Third Eye
    3:57 pm July 20, 2017 Permalink

    OJ probably is a murderer, but he was acquitted of those charges. CNN seems to have forgotten that he was sent to prison for something entirely unrelated to that famous case.



  4. John Henry
    5:18 pm July 20, 2017 Permalink

    Don’t fret he is a serial criminal so this is not the last we have heard of O.J. vs The Law. He will be back in front of a judge, it is just a matter of time.



  5. tmurphy
    10:10 pm July 20, 2017 Permalink

    I love how it is proven that he was innocent in the famous case. But because of the way the media portrays him we all think he is guilty even though he was proven innocent by our law system



    • UKBlue1982
      9:26 am July 21, 2017 Permalink

      He was found “not guilty”, not innocent. BIG difference.



  6. BluKudzu
    8:07 am July 21, 2017 Permalink

    I heard he is going to coach the running backs at U of L.