OJ Simpson is scheduled to appear before a parole board on Thursday. The hearing could determine whether The Juice will be paroled from his 33-year sentence for armed robbery and assault with a weapon back in 2008. According to reports, neither the victim nor the prosecutor will be showing up at the hearing.
If that’s true, no one will oppose his release from prison.
Former Clark County attorney David Roger pointed out, “Assuming that he’s behaved himself in prison, I don’t think it will be out of line for him to get parole.”
USA Today reported that Tom Scotto, a close friend of the former football star said, “He says, ‘Tell them we’ll be playing golf again soon. … He just says, ‘We’ll be together again, my life will go back to normal.’ He’s very positive. He’s always been positive.”
Scotto said that when Simpson gets released, he’ll probably move in with him for a while until he can afford his own place.
Either that or he’ll live with his sister in Sacramento, CA.
No matter where he goes, Scotto is sure they’ll be playing lots of golf together because that’s what pals do!
The Daily Wire reports:
On Thursday, O.J. Simpson will have a parole hearing which could determine whether he will be paroled from his 33-year sentence in 2008 for armed robbery and assault with a weapon, and it looks like he will soon be released from prison.
Ken Ritter of the Associated Press writes that the victim and the prosecutor in Simpson’s armed robbery case will not show up for the hearing; no one will oppose his release. Former Clark County attorney David Roger said, “Assuming that he’s behaved himself in prison, I don’t think it will be out of line for him to get parole.”