Simpson sentencing


I remember the first O.J. Simpson trial, which will likely go down as one of the most infamous trials in history. I was in my junior high English class watching the verdict on a television screen.

Felt like deja vu this morning as the entire newsroom gathered around the television to watch the sentencing for O.J. Simpson’s trial in Las Vegas. The hearing just finished and Simpson is facing at least 15 years in prison, and probably longer when all the charges are tallied.

  • Anonymous

    Yes, deja vu, except for the fact that your still in middle school

  • Anonymous

    Interesting display of petty bias on your part: You guys will do a lead on a blog entry that has nothing to do with anything bad someone has done but then you post some old story from like 3 or 4 years ago which has no relation to your lead in.

    Could you two start acting like professionals and stop going on this little “King Maker” ego trips. The people of the San Gabriel Valley need you to report ALL sides of a story, not just the side of the people you’ve arbitrarily decide are “bad for us.”

    Your job isn’t to arrange for one persons downfall or the pave the way for someone elses political rise.

  • Hanging out.

    Hey Anonymous…did you miss your meds tonight?

  • Anonymous

    “Miss my med”….oh snap…what an original comeback.

    What’s next a round of “Yo mama” jokes.

  • Anonymous

    OJ Simpson acted stupitly when he did what he did in Las Vegas. He was desperate, as always. Anyone taking part in such an act would of been nailed to the wall. His crockadile tears meant nothing. He finally got what he deserved. He couldn’t get away with this one. JUSTICE HAS BEEN SERVED.

  • resident

    I remember when that first verdict was read. Everyone was in shock. This proves that the commercials are true, what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. Hope OJ likes the desert.