The Juice will be loose in October

In in unanimous vote, Nevada Parole Board gives O.J. Simpson green light

Parole granted for O.J. Simpson

LOVELOCK, Nev. - Following a lengthy hearing this morning, former Heisman Trophy winner, USC standout, NFL running back turned actor O.J. Simpson, in a unanimous decision, the Nevada Parole Board voted to parole him.

Simpson ill be freed Oct. 1. 

Simpson spoke with the board about his arrest, the crime for which he was arrested, his feelings about it, along with his experience during the nine years he has been incarcerated at Lovelock Correctional Facility, located in Pershing County, Nev., outside Las Vegas. 

Simpson has been serving out a nine-to-33-year sentence for his role in a 2007 incident that unfolded in a Las Vegas hotel room.

The charges involved armed associates confronting two memorabilia dealers and taking pieces of memorabilia from them.

Simpson was convicted on charges including kidnapping, armed robbery and assault with a deadly weapon. At his sentencing, Simpson said he was trying to reclaim family heirlooms and other personal items that had been stolen from him, and claimed that he was unaware his associates were carrying guns. 


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