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Saturday, October 4, 2008

O.J. Simpson's Rendezvous With Providence

On Sept. 12 1994, Nicole Brown-Simpson and Ronald Goldman were brutally stabbed to death. Law enforcement found O. J. Simpson's hair on Goldman's body, placing Simpson at the scene. Nicole's blood was found on socks in Simpson's home. Blood was found in Simpson's Bronco, in his driveway, in his home, on a pair of gloves of the type that Simpson was known to wear. Bloody size 12 shoe prints were found in Simpson Bronco. Simpson wore a size 12 shoe. O. J. Simpson was eventually charged with double homicide. After a 'dog and pony show' of a trial, Simpson was acquitted. Following the verdict, polls showed that 56% of Americans believed the jury arrived at the wrong verdict and 74% of Americans believed that O. J. is 'probably' guilty of the murders.
Finally, O. J. Simpson has finally been found guilt of a capital crime and will possibly be serving a life sentence behind bars. Today, Simpson was found guilty of all 12 charges related to kidnapping and robbery. Sentencing has been scheduled for Dec. 5th.
Many people feel as I do that justice has finally caught up with O. J. Simpson. And there seems to be some Providence at work here. Check out the creepy numerological connections. The crimes that he has now been convicted of were committed on Sept. 13, 2007. The Jury deliberated for 13 hours which started 13 years to the day after he was acquitted of double murder. Simpson was charged with 12 counts. The murders took place on June 12, 1994.
Providence is not finished with O. J. Simpson. Another trial awaits him someday. This time there will be no jury, no lawyers, no television cameras, no endless media coverage. Only a Judge rendering a final and eternal verdict. But, in the here and now, Americans may take some comfort in the fact that justice did not fail today.

1 comment:

Chuck said...

I knew then he would screw up, I just didn't think it would take so long.