With all the talk of OJ Simpson refusing to confess on Oprah Winfrey’s new show “Oprah’s Next Chapter”, Norm Pardo get set to drop a documentary called ‘Un-Promotable” about the fallen football icon who is doing 33 years in jail fror kidnapping, robbery and a bunch of other charges.
The “UN-PROMOTABLE” encompasses the largest most sought after collection of never-before-seen unrehearsed, unscripted digital video of O.J. Simpson on the globe.
By getting O.J. to open up, Pardo for the first time will give people the opportunity to get up close and personal with Orenthal James Simpson through the documentary called The “UN-PROMOTABLE”.
The most riveting documentary profile of Orenthal James Simpson to date. The production features 10 years of exclusive never seen before personal footage of O.J. from 1999 — 2008 before the grid iron great started serving a 33-year sentence at Nevada’s Lovelock Correctional Facility. The “UN-PROMOTABLE” reveals the man behind the stories and the story-makers behind the man.
Jeffrey Toobin is a pompous asshole. I have seen him past judgments on people ever since the OJ case and now he has his own ‘baby drama’. How ironic that this media whore would find himself in a legal battle over paternity with his lover, while he is married with two kids. This will definitely bring him back down to earth in a major way. Read more below:
Toobin, 49, appeared in Manhattan Family Court along with rumored former lover Casey Greenfield, the 36-year-old daughter of CBS News analyst Jeff Greenfield. Greenfield gave birth to a baby boy last spring, and though she wouldn’t say then, the Daily News reports she now claims Toobin is the father.
James Poniewozik, TIME Magazine writer criticizes Michael Jackson Memorial calling Jackson's casket gaudy.
While checking out the CNN website I could not help but to notice their partner, Time Magazine’s, “A strange, gaudy and moving farewell” headline. James Poniewozik, who certaintly will never experience the universal love that Michael Jackson received from his fans, disgustingly found it appropriate to make sly remarks about the King of Pop Memorial Service.
“(Gordy also called Jackson “The greatest entertainer that ever lived.” Was there hyperbole? Sure. It was a memorial.),” Poniewozik writes questioning the unmatched talent and popularity of Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson received the Memorial of a King because he was a King, not only in the realms of music but as a humanitarian.
To James Poniewozik, it is easier to see the world from a critical view but I challenge you to take a look in your mirror and make a change within yourself and the world around you. Disrespect and sly remarks do not go unnoticed and while you focus on being negative the world Michael Jackson celebrates around you, Bill O’Rielly and Pete King. Who will celebrate you when you are gone?
LAS VEGAS, Nevada (CNN) — Former football great O.J. Simpson, convicted of armed robbery and kidnapping, deserves leniency in sentencing as he is a first-time offender who showed no criminal intent, his attorney says in court papers.
Attorney Gabriel Grasso argued that Simpson should receive the minimum sentence, six years.
Grasso acknowledged in court papers, “Clearly Simpson was not using good judgment” during a 2007 hotel room confrontation over sports memorabilia.
Simpson could receive a maximum life sentence from Judge Jackie Glass on Friday. A pre-sentencing report recommended an 18-year sentence.
On October 3, a jury convicted Simpson, 61, and co-defendant Clarence “C.J.” Stewart of 12 charges, including conspiracy to commit a crime, robbery, assault and kidnapping with a deadly weapon.
Their convictions stem from a September 13, 2007, fracas at the Palace Station Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. Prosecutors alleged that Simpson led a group of men who used threats, guns and force to take sports memorabilia from dealers Bruce Fromong and Al Beardsley. Continue reading →
urors who convicted O.J. Simpson of armed robbery and kidnapping listen to a question from the media during a news conference at the Clark County Regional Justice Center in Las Vegas, Sunday, Oct. 5, 2008. From left are Sherian Eckart, David Wieberg, Dora Pettit, Consuelo Saldivar, Teresa Owens, Michelle Lyons, and Paul Connelly. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)
I really have no insight on this case at all. Who could not see that O.J would be convicted no matter what the situation and evidence? The jury has spoken :
Jurors who convicted O.J. Simpson of armed robbery and kidnapping said Sunday that they did not trust witness testimony and instead relied on recordings and other documented evidence to convict the former football star.It might have been a waste for prosecutors to give plea deals to several Simpson co-defendants in exchange for their testimony, since the jury did not rely on it, foreman Paul Connelly said.
Seven members of the 12-person jury agreed to the extraordinary news conference two nights after the verdict was announced because they said they were being hounded by reporters. They answered questions for an hour in the same courtroom where Simpson and Clarence “C.J.” Stewart were convicted of robbing two memorabilia dealers at gunpoint in a hotel room.
The jury listened repeatedly to recordings made by collectibles dealer Thomas Riccio – the host of the hotel confrontation, who was granted immunity – and felt they heard things that had not been fully transcribed by police, juror Michelle Lyons said.
LAS VEGAS, Nevada (AFP) — A witness who says he was robbed by O.J. Simpson testified that a gun was brandished during the incident as the former football star’s robbery and kidnapping trial opened.
Bruce Fromong, 54, one of the two collectibles dealers at the center of the case, told the jury on Monday that someone in the room during the alleged robbery shouted, “Put the gun down,” contradicting Simpson’s claim he did not know firearms were present.
The witness said he could not recall which of the six men who burst into the hotel room, including Simpson, made the gun comment. But he also said Simpson shouted, when he first entered the Las Vegas hotel room: “Don’t let anybody leave this room, nobody gets out of here.” Continue reading →
I am very surprised that this trial has not gotten much more publicity due to the cast of characters. I smell a long hard prison sentence for O.J. Even though he will have the best attorneys fighting these charges, his not guilty verdicts in the Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman murders, possibly will taint any jury who is presiding over this case.
Plus the only attorney who could properly fight these charges Johnny Cochran, passed away a couple of years ago.
A lawyer for Clarence “C.J.” Stewart filed a motion asking Clark County District Court Judge Jackie Glass for a delay of the September 8 trial until the Nevada Supreme Court considers his request for a separate trial.
Just when thought the life of media pariah O.J Simpson could get any weirder, it has. Currently on bail after recent robbery charges concerning his memorobilia [he claims was swindled from him],reports are speculating that he has approached Donald Trump about taking part in reality show Celebrity Apprentice, a new and revamped version of The Apprentice.
Reps for The Donald have confirmed a convo between the two, but did not disclose what they chatted about on the phone (obviously nothing about any of his recent legal run-ins).
Media reports this week have speculated that business mogul Donald Trump, who is the show’s host and executive producer, had been approached by Simpson to participate in a new season of the show in which contestants compete against each other in a series of business endeavors.
“NBC representatives have never considered O.J. Simpson for the next season of ‘The Apprentice,’ nor will,” NBC spokesperson Amanda Ruisi said.