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He is out.....a crazed mad murderer hiding behind the OJ SMILE

 

 

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They released him in the middle of the night!  Probably on purpose.

 

An unrepentant murderer is what he is.  Hope we don't have to hear about him since he's older and SHOULDN'T be getting into trouble.

 

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The Juice is loose. He wants to go back to Florida but they don't want him😂

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O Lawd

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IMG_0296.JPGOne of our local donut shops is trying to use his release to promote their donuts,

 

We have bill boards in our area that read " OJ is Free"  then underin small letters  it reads " with a dozen donuts"

 

The owner said it is bringing in more business.  I don't think it is " punny"  at all.

 

 

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He's not looking much like a crazed murderer these days.   I hope he's able to stay out of trouble.  He seems to have very poor impulse control and judgment.

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He was free for years after the murders before he was convicted for theft and imprisoned for 9 yrs out of 33 year sentence.

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He was free for years , living in Florids after the murders,  before he was convicted for theft and imprisoned for 9 yrs out of 33 year sentence.

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@Kachina624 wrote:

He's not looking much like a crazed murderer these days.   I hope he's able to stay out of trouble.  He seems to have very poor impulse control and judgment.


@Kachina624 he never looked like a crazed murderer, that was the scary thing. He believed all his lies; it was his own warped reality. 

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You know....the truth is that he was NOT convicted of murder.....so from a legal standpoint, we should not hold that against him. I, for one, always thought that the last prison sentence was extra long as some sort of twisted payback for everyone that thought he should have been found guilt for the murder trial. I really wish him the best---and, hopefully, that means that he stays out of trouble.