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Orenthal James 'O.J.' Simpson dies at 76 after battle with cancer, family says - 6abc Philadelphia

LAS VEGAS -- Orenthal James Simpson, also known as O.J. Simpson, has died, ABC News has confirmed. He was 76 years old.

The video featured is from a previous report.

His family announced that he passed away on Wednesday after battling cancer.

He was surrounded by his children and grandchildren, the family said.

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What a shame.

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No condelences given. That scumbag is finally where he belongs now.

May he rot in hell for eternity.

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9 minutes ago, MysteryMike said:

No condelences given. That scumbag is finally where he belongs now.

May he rot in hell for eternity.

Isn't it bad luck to spit on someone's grave?   What did he do to you personally?

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I foresee a particularly slow funeral procession and a large police escort. 😉

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They should let the Goldman's lop his head off.

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Meh...

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O.J. Simpson, the former football great who was accused of and ultimately acquitted of the brutal 1994 slayings of his ex-wife and her friend, has died, according to his family. He was 76. OJ Simpson, former football star acquitted of murder, dies at 76 (msn.com)

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1 hour ago, Trelane said:

No matter what, everyone gets the death sentence.

Do you believe he did it?

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The pitchfork up his ass right now says 'yes'.

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45 minutes ago, Scholar4Truth said:

Do you believe he did it?

My opinion on a crime from 30 years ago is irrelevant.

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Normally I am a bit sad when anyone dies, but his arrogance with what I happen to believe he did makes it rather tough to feel sadness this time.

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17 minutes ago, the13bats said:

Normally I am a bit sad when anyone dies, but his arrogance with what I happen to believe he did makes it rather tough to feel sadness this time.

I agree with you Bats 🦇 I also feel empathy for him.

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Always remember the police chase, and the long, long, long trial on TV and constantly flicking the channel to see the verdict and turning the volume up so that my dad could hear it in the garden.  Plenty of films were released just before and after the verdict.  They always trigger memories of the trial.  e g. 1995 releases: GoldenEye, Waterworld, Assassins, Mortal Kombat, First Knight, Babe, Under Siege 2, Species, The Net, Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls, Get Shorty, Nick of Time, Total Eclipse, Casino....more.

We were spoiled for choice that year.

RIP to the victims and hopefully peace of mind for the relatives.

 

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It was typical that the current admin in DC would render condolences for him without any mention of his victims. Birds of a feather, I guess...

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3 hours ago, Scholar4Truth said:

Do you believe he did it?

I think that there’s enough evidence to support “well… he certainly looks guilty as ****” 

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1 hour ago, and-then said:

It was typical that the current admin in DC would render condolences for him without any mention of his victims. Birds of a feather, I guess...

I'm perplexed why it's any national event, sports stars actors die and WH doesn't say a word why him?

My only guess is that whole "acquitted" word , when you say "victims" then you are suggesting crime in this case are you suggesting he was guilty?

 

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Oh...

 

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22 minutes ago, susieice said:

I saw the Jenner comment 

Considering her motor vehicle accident past I figured that's probably a bit over the top. 

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LA Times is slammed for confusing Trump with OJ Simpson in reporting of his death

Long before the city woke up on a fall morning in 2017, Trump walked out of Lovelock Correction Center outside Reno, a free man for the first time in nine years.'

The error - where former president Donald Trump's name was used instead of Simpson - was quickly amended, but not before internet sleuths were able to screenshot and share.

A post on X from Politico Playbook deputy editor Zack Stanton, which has been viewed some 300,000 times, highlighted the error

 

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12 hours ago, Desertrat56 said:

Isn't it bad luck to spit on someone's grave?   What did he do to you personally?

He was a murderer who got off scott free. Did you never hear of his crimes?

I have no respect for scum like him. Murderers, pedophiles, serial killers, traffickers, terrorists, rapists, animal abusers and domestic abusers, etc. They all deserve to rot in hell.

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