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National Enquirer: O.J. Simpson Confesses To Murder

National Enquirer: O.J. Simpson Confesses To Murder

A couple of weeks ago, the “National Enquirer” claimed that O.J. Simpson contracted HIV during his time in jail from a transexual of whom he had relations. Now, the magazine claims that Simpson has finally confessed to the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman.

We can all totally believe in some prison snitch that O.J. allegedly confessed to while incarcerated — and then ran to the Enquirer to spill the dish for some extra commissary money….

In a bombshell exclusive, The National ENQUIRER has learned the disgraced football great “came clean” to a “prison snitch.”

The “snitch” said: “O.J. believes he’s going to be dead soon and doesn’t want to go to hell.

“He was determined to get it off his chest.”

The prison insider told The ENQUIRER: “Now O.J., on his deathbed, has finally copped to the brutal slaughters of Nicole and Ron.

“He said, ‘I did it, so what!’

“O.J. added, ‘Yes, I killed the b—h – and I’d do it again if I had the chance!’”

Are you buying any of this?

Photo Credit: National Enquirer

Posted Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014 at 9:09am
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O.J. Simpson Trial Judge Says He Got What He Deserved

In a foot-in-mouth situation, the judge who was responsible for putting former NFL player  O.J. Simpson in jail recently spoke with TMZ about the accused killers karmic balance, saying that O.J. deserved to be in jail because he “killed those two people.”

The judge who put O.J. Simpson behind bars for robbing people in Vegas back in 2007 tells TMZ … she believes karma may have done in The Juice … you know, because he killed those two people.

TMZ spoke with Judge Jackie Glass — who’s set to take over for Nancy Grace on “Swift Justice” — when we brought up the Simpson case.

Clearly, Glass believes Simpson’s guilty verdict was cosmic retribution for his past sins.

Back in 2008, Glass sentenced Simpson to serve 33 years in prison for the Vegas incident … but he’s eligible for parole after 9 … unless karma really kicks in.


Posted Tuesday, July 19th, 2011 at 1:13pm
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Breaking News: OJ Simpson sentenced to 15 years in prison!!



O.J. Simpson was sentenced Friday to 15 years in prison for armed robbery and kidnapping in a failed attempt to recover sports memorabilia from two collectibles peddlers.

There will be the possibility of parole after six years, Judge Jackie Glass said.

His co-defendant Clarence “C.J.” Stewart received the same sentence.

Before the judge handed down his sentence, Simpson apologized to her and the Las Vegas court after learning he won’t be able to be freed on bail if he appeals.

Simpson appeared for his sentencing in a blue prison jumpsuit, shackles and handcuffs.

“I stand before you today sorry,” an emotional Simpson told Glass, fighting back tears. “I am apologetic to the people of Nevada. … When I came here, I came here for a wedding. I didn’t come to reclaim property.”

He said he thought he was taking advantage of an opportunity to retrieve items that were rightfully his.

“In no way did I mean to hurt anybody, to steal anything from anyone,” Simpson said. “I didn’t want anybody else’s stuff. I just wanted my own. I realize that I was stupid. I am sorry. I didn’t know that I was doing anything illegal. I thought I was retrieving property from friends. I’m sorry, I’m sorry for all of it.”


Posted Friday, December 5th, 2008 at 10:10am
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Marcia Clark: “O.J. has been getting away with it for a long time.”


ET special correspondent Marcia Clark exclusively tells ET her candid thoughts on O.J. Simpson’s recent guilty verdict, saying justice has finally been served, in an interview to air tonight, October 6th.

“I was surprised by the verdict,” Marcia admits. “[Simpson] has been getting away with it, so to speak, for a long time. By the time this case came around, it was just business as usual for him. He doesn’t worry about what’s going to happen to him.”

Marcia was the face of the prosecution in the Simpson murder trial and authored a book about the case titled Without a Doubt. She calls the day Simpson was acquitted for murder a “miserable day.”

Simpson was recently found guilty of armed robbery, kidnapping and 10 other counts in Las Vegas last Friday — a development that could land him in jail for the rest of his life. Marcia is confident Simpson will serve time, saying, “I think it’s fair to say that he’ll do at least seven to eight years in state prison.”


Posted Monday, October 6th, 2008 at 10:10am
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