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OJ Simpson reasoned that he should get parole after a ‘conflict-free life’
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OJ Simpson reasoned that he should get parole after a ‘conflict-free life’

O.J. Simpson, the former NFL star who was famously accused and acquitted of his wife’s murder in the ‘90s, has been granted parole after nine years in prison for kidnapping and armed robbery.

This week on “The Jeff Fisher Show,” Jeffy Fisher reminisced on when Simpson was a football star before all the trouble began and took a look on what’s next now that he’s been granted parole.

“The world stopped for that stupid white Bronco,” Jeffy remembered the California highway chase when Simpson tried to elude police after being suspected of murder.

While Simpson was technically acquitted of the murder of his ex-wife and her friend in 1995, he is remembered best for what people called “the trial of the century.” In 2008, Simpson was sent to prison after trying to steal from a Las Vegas hotel room.

The infamous Simpson told his parole board last week, "I've basically had a conflict-free life, you know."

Even Jeffy had to draw the line at this characterization. Murder charges aside, Simpson was definitely found guilt of robbery and on other counts.

“Say you break into a hotel room and you’re looking to take things. Is that a conflict-free life?” Jeffy asked incredulously.

To see more from Jeffy, visit his channel on TheBlaze and listen live to “The Jeff Fisher Show” Saturdays 9 a.m.–noon ET, only on TheBlaze Radio Network.

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