Monday, October 6, 2008


So OJ was found guilty on all counts stemming from his involvement with a wacky scheme to retrieve stuff that he says was his.

My my my.

Let's say that that stuff really was his. How did it come into the hands of this other guy? Could it be because OJ was trying to hide assets from the Goldmans?

Let's FURTHER presume that the whole thing was on the up-and-up. If you were in OJ's shoes, wouldn't your next step be to call either the cops to bust the other guy for possession of stolen property, or call a lawyer to sue?

But most importantly, if you were going to be forced to spend the rest of your life in a rather intense tabloid spotlight, wouldn't you try to be sure to be on your best behavior? Is a scheme involving other guys toting guns in any way compatible with that concept?

I'm pretty sure that OJ was guilty of something. It may not have been exactly what he was actually convicted for, but it's probably pretty close.

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