The Juice Is Loose: Board Grants O.J. Simpson Parole
CHARLOTTE, NC — On Thursday, the Nevada Board of Parole unanimously decided that OJ Simpson has served enough time for his part in a 2007 Las Vegas robbery.
Simpson told the board he’s been an exemplary inmate, and has worked to help other inmates during his nearly nine years behind bars. He also told the board that he wants to go live near his family in Florida.
Simpson’s daughter and the man he robbed spoke on his behalf.
The EDGE panel is weighing in on the board’s decision, and asking what you think about O.J.’s release.