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    He has aged a lot since the 1995 trial. He seems like an old man now. He will be a much older man in 15 years or whatever he ends up doing. He should know better than to try and convince a judge he really is sorry .............I was really sorry when I got caught speeding, ( I was rushing to the hospital to get a ring back for my poor sick granma who has alzeihmers) or going through a red light (sorry occifer I didnt see it was red, Im so drunk I cant even tell what colour it is)
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    Quote Originally Posted by landerq View Post
    He had the nerve to say he did it because he wanted to get Nicole's ring back for his kids.
    Even better was his insistence he "meant to retrieve some items to give to the Goldmans." Hahahaha, riiiiight.

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    Really??? Did he try and say he was getting some things for the Goldmans? He is out of his mind. Firstly, thats an admission of guilt and secondly.........AS IF.
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    Good.

    Rot in jail, bitch!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sweetie View Post
    I agree. I think 15 years is a little harsh for the crime...but I am sure he wasn't actually on trial for these crimes anyway.
    yep it's not like he's finally been forced to pay the money back to his children or the Goldmans awarded in the civil trial - or jail time for all the times he beat his drug using girlfriends.. who all looked like Nicole Brown Simpson - or his dragging men out of their cars and beating the crap out of them because of road rage. OR letting him off for hacking his ex wife and friend to death.

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    OJ is not too bright. After the double-homicide trial and being acquitted, he should have gone far far away, never to be seen again with what money he had left.

    Instead he chose to do an armed robbery.

    Again, not too bright.

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    Can't find an earlier thread to put this in:


    O.J. DID do it! Kato Kaelin says O.J. Simpson killed his wife, but he was 'too scared' to say so at the time


    • Original testimony was so much on Simpson’s side that the prosecution labelled him a hostile witness
    • Now he says he was sure of Simpson's guilt but was 'too scared' to say
    • Admission means he could know details about the case which have not yet been made public

    By Daniel Bates and Thomas Durante

    PUBLISHED: 15:34, 20 September 2012 | UPDATED: 20:56, 20 September 2012


    One of the stars of the O.J. Simpson case today sensationally claimed that the disgraced ex-football star DID kill his ex-wife - 18 years after he was controversially cleared in 'trial of the century.'

    Kato Kaelin, who gave evidence for four days in front of millions glued to their TVs, said Simpson was guilty of butchering Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ronald Goldman - but that he was 'too scared' to say so during the 1994 hearing.

    Instead, he claims he has waited until now because the statute of limitations has expired.





    Change of tune: Kato Kaelin testified during the O.J. Simpson trial in 1995 (left). Right, pictured ahead of a 2011 press conference

    Sensational trial: Nicole Brown Simpson was suspected of being killed by ex-husband O.J. Simpson in Los Angeles, California, in June 1995

    The bodies of Brown Simpson and Goldman were found at her home, the victims of a vicious knife attack in front of her Los Angeles condominium.

    Kaelin's claims imply that O.J. Simpson could know more details about the case that have not yet become public.
    Victim: Ronald Goldman was found murdered along with his friend Nicole Brown Simpson in 1994

    And, crucially, his apparent admission today poses the question that if he had he told the whole truth during the court case, Simpson could have been found guilty.

    Simpson starred in dozens of film and TV roles both during and after his NFL career, and was most famous for his three-film stint as Detective Nordberg in the 'Naked Gun' series.

    For 17 years, doubt has hung over his innocence despite the acquittal, and a $33.5million civil case later found him liable for her death and the death of Goldman.

    At the trial, Kaelin, a small-time actor and Simpson's houseguest on the night of the killing, became an oddball celebrity after his rambling testimony about Simpson's movements and some background information.

    He was lampooned on TV shows for his long hair, laid-back surfer demeanor and for being an unemployed layabout.

    Critics claim that he held back from telling the jury about Simpson’s bouts of rage or his possessiveness of his ex-wife.
    His testimony was so inconsistent that at one point, prosecutor Marcia Clark asked for permission from Judge Lance Ito to treat him as a hostile witness.

    He then admitted that Simpson had acted 'upset' in the hours before his ex-wife and Goldman were killed.


    Not guilty: Simpson celebrates his verdict with his lawyers Robert Kardashian, left, and Johnnie Cochrane, right

    Simpson is currently serving in a Nevada prison for his role in a Las Vegas robbery case.

    He was convicted of being the leader of an armed group that raided a hotel room at the Palace Station hotel in 2007 and robbed a pair of sports memorabilia dealers.


    Though Simpson said that he was only taking back what was rightfully his and claimed no weapons were used, he was sentenced to 33 years in jail on October 8, 2008 - 13 years to the day of his 1995 acquittal.

    Many saw the especially harsh sentence as retribution for getting off scot-free in the killings.

    Bronco chase: Simpson, in a white Ford Bronco, is pursued by the LAPD shortly after the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman in the infamous photo

    Now, Kaelin says that he is sure of Simpson's guilt in the 1994 murders.
    He told the New York Post’s Cindy Adams: 'The statute of limitations has now passed... so I can now say... yes, he did it.'

    Asked why he let Simpson get away with it, he said: 'I was too scared. I was terrified.'


    Celebration: O.J. Simpson (C) cheers while standing with his attorneys F. Lee Bailey (L) and Johnnie Cochan Jr (R), after hearing the not guilty verdict in his criminal murder trial


    He also claimed that he was not asked in the trial whether Simpson was guilty, so he did not offer his opinion.

    The Simpson case recently returned to the headlines when one of the original prosecutors alleged that the lead defense lawyer tampered with a crucial piece of evidence.

    Former Los Angeles deputy district attorney Christopher Darden accused the late Johnnie Cochran of 'manipulating' one of the infamous gloves that the prosecution said linked Simpson to the crime.

    After Simpson struggled to fit the gloves on his hands - in one of the defining moments of the racially-charged trial that captivated the nation - Cochran famously admonished the jury: 'If it doesn't fit, you must acquit.'


    'If the glove don't fit...': O.J. Simpson holds up his hands to the jury wearing the infamous gloves found at the crime scene and at his home during the murder trial

    Following Simpson’s acquittal Kaelin, 53, skirted around the edges of celebrity and became a failed reality TV star, appearing in shows like 'Celebrity Boot Camp.'

    He filmed episodes of a series called 'House Guest' in which he would stay in the homes of various celebrities, but the show never saw the light of day.

    Kaelin also appeared as a contestant on quiz shows and briefly worked in radio.
    O.J. Simpson was sentenced on 12 charges, including felony kidnapping, armed robbery and conspiracy related to a 2007 confrontation with sports memorabilia dealers in a Las Vegas hotel

    THE O.J. SIMPSON TRIAL: WHERE ARE THEY NOW?



    O.J. Simpson: A former football star whose career spanned 11 seasons with the Buffalo Bills and San Francisco 49ers. He had turned to acting both during and after his football career, and his most famous role was as Detective Nordberg in the ‘Naked Gun’ films opposite Leslie Nielson. He was famously acquitted of the murder of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ronald Goldman in 1995, but ordered to pay their families 33.5million in damages in a subsequent wrongful death civil trial. On October 8, 2008 - 13 years to the day of his 1995 acquittal, he was found guilty in a Las Vegas armed robbery case and sentenced to 33 years in jail. He will be eligible for parole in 2017.


    Judge Lance Ito: Ito worked in the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office before he was appointed to the job of Superior Court judge in 1989. But he wasn’t internationally recognised until he sat on the bench at the O.J. Simpson murder trial. He regularly declines invitations to be interviewed about the case. Today, Ito continues to hold the post of Superior Court judge. The LA Times reported in 2009 that Ito's notoriety because of the Simpson case prompted thieves to repeatedly steal the placard bearing his name from outside the courtroom so often that Ito will no longer replace it.


    Johnnie Cochran: While many figures of the O.J. Simpson trial became national figures in the trial itself, Cochran was already notorious in California as a skilled lawyer with a wide variety of celebrity clients to his name. Among them were Michael Jackson, rapper Tupac Shakur and Sean 'P. Diddy' Combs. Cochran also represented police brutality victim Abner Louima in New York. He famously uttered the term 'If the glove don't fit, you must acquit' to jurors during the Simpson trial in reference to the bloody glove found at the murder scene. In the hit TV show Seinfeld, Cosmo Kramer’s attorney Jackie Chiles is loosely based on Cochran. Cochrane died of a brain tumor in 2005.


    Marcia Clark: Clark was active for several years as a prosecutor before she unsuccessfully tried to put Simpson away in 1995 for the murder of Brown Simpson and Goldman. She penned a book about the Simpson case, called Without a Doubt, in 1997. It was released right after she resigned as a prosecutor. Last year, she was back on TV to provide legal analysis for Healdine News on the trial of Casey Anthony, the Florida mother who was accused of murdering her young daughter Caylee. In a 2011 Daily Beast column she wrote after Anthony's murder acquittal, Clark branded her 'Worse Than OJ!'


    Robert Kardashian: Before his children Kim, Kourtney, Khloe and Rob Kardashian became fixtures on reality television, Robert Kardashian was Simpson's close friend and lawyer during his murder trial. His ex-wife Kris (who later went on to marry Olympics icon Bruce Jenner) was equally as close with Nicole Brown Simpson. O.J. stayed in Kardashian's home in the days after the murder - just before the famous Ford Bronco chase. He joined Simpson's defense team despite not having practiced law in several years. Kardashian, who was married three times, was just 59 years old when he died of esophageal cancer in 2003.


    Robert Shapiro: Another one of Simpson’s high-priced attorneys, Robert Shapiro has a long list of celebrity clients to his name - from athletes like Jose Canseco and Darryl Strawberry to TV stars like Johnny Carson and the Kardashian family. In 2001, he co-founded the online legal documentation site LegalZoom.com. He also stepped into the fashion realm in 2009 when he co-founded ShoeDazzle.com. He continues to represent clients like Eva Longoria and casino tycoon Steve Wynn.



    Mark Fuhrman: The LA detective who was branded a liar and racist by O.J. Simpson’s defense team may no longer be on the force, but he's still keeping busy. Several years after the O.J. Simpson trial, Fuhrman published a book about the long-unsolved murder of Martha Moxley in Greenwich, Connecticut. Fuhrman alleged that the killer was Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel. In 2002, Skakel was convicted of the crime and sentenced to 20 years to life in prison. Fuhrman now provides crime commentary for Fox News.

    Read more: O.J. did it! Kato Kaelin says O.J. Simpson DID kill his wife, but he was 'too scared' to say so at the time | Mail Online

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    Fuck off. I hope Ron Goldman haunts you.
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    ^ This. Go back to obscurity where you belong, douchebag.
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    Oh wow shock horror. Apart from some financially, politically or racially motivated jurors and lawyers does anyone seriously believe he didn't do it?
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    This asshole was a friend of Nicole's. Disgusting.

    I wish O.J. would make everyone happy and die. Preferably, by being stabbed repeatedly and having his throat slashed.
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    Wow... off topic, but Marcia Clark isn't even the same woman anymore.... other than her mole.




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    How is it possible she looks younger with each photo?

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    Kato Kaelin exclusive: I didn't say O.J. did it


    Kato Kaelin says a New York Post article about his thoughts on O.J. Simpson's guilt is built on lies. "It never happened. It flat out never happened. It is a lie," said Kaelin.

    He even says he never talked to the author of the article, Cindy Adams.

    Adams’ Post article says that Kaelin knew Simpson killed his wife.

    Kaelin was the star witness of Simpson's murder trial. He was one of the last people to see Simpson before the murders and one of the first people to see him afterward. On October 3, 1995, Simpson was acquitted of killing Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman.

    The Post article also states that Kaelin believes that he is free to talk about Simpson's guilt, because the statute of limitations has expired.

    Kaelin says that is another assumption made by the Post, and is patently false.

    "I am not a lawyer," said Kaelin.

    HLNtv.com reached out to Adams for a comment, but those calls were not immediately returned.

    Kaelin said he is consulting with attorneys right now, and his attorneys will take action on any libelous acts.

    On September 12, HLNtv.com published an interview with Kaelin in which he expressed his opinion about Simpson's guilt.

    "[D]o I feel he's guilty? Yes, but can I prove it? No. And that's what happened in the court of law," said Kaelin.

    Kaelin says that the Post article is a slap in the face to the Goldmans and Browns. "My heart goes out to the families."
    Kato Kaelin exclusive: I didn't say O.J. did it | HLNtv.com

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