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« on: September 17, 2007, 08:46:37 AM »

O.J. Simpson faces charges over Las Vegas robbery
Sun Sep 16, 2007 5:28pm EDT
http://www.reuters.com/article/wtMostRead/idUSN1421498820070916
By Damon Hodge

LAS VEGAS (Reuters) - Las Vegas police are questioning football star O.J. Simpson and he is expected to be charged in connection with last week's alleged armed robbery at a hotel room in the U.S. gambling capital, a top law enforcement official said on Sunday.

"We're arresting him for probable cause," said the official, who asked not to be named.
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O.J. Simpson arrested in armed robbery in Las Vegas

The Assoicated Press
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http://www.chicagotribune.com/sports/chi-070916simpson-arrest-story,0,4701676.story?coll=chi_tab01_layout
LAS VEGAS - Police say they have arrested O.J. Simpson on charges related to the armed robbery of sport memorabilia.

Simpson was arrested shortly after 11 a.m. and is being brought back to a police office, Capt. James Dillon said.
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O.J. Simpson Accused in Vegas Robbery
 By RYAN NAKASHIMA | Associated Press Writer
    8:19 AM EDT, September 17, 2007
LAS VEGAS - O.J. Simpson's arrest may be the start of a new legal odyssey for the fallen football star, one that could reopen the possibility of prison time more than a decade after his acquittal on murder charges.

Police arrested Simpson on Sunday, saying he was part of an armed group that burst into a Las Vegas hotel room and snatched memorabilia that documented his storied career
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O.J. Simpson held without bail in Las Vegas robbery

 Dan Whitcomb, Reuters
Published: Monday, September 17, 2007
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Simpson, 60, was taken into custody at the Palms hotel just off the Las Vegas strip on Sunday morning without incident and booked on suspicion of armed robbery, assault with a deadly weapon, conspiracy and burglary, Las Vegas police said. If convicted on all charges, Simpson could face some three decades in behind bars.

Simpson will be held without bail pending a court hearing on Thursday,
Sgt. John Loretto said.
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« Reply #1 on: September 17, 2007, 11:22:14 AM »

OJ's robbery caught on tape.  Go to TMZ to listen.  It's very damning, IMO:

http://www.tmz.com/2007/09/17/o-j-confrontation-caught-on-tape/




The tape was recorded by Thomas Riccio, who co-owns the auction house Universal Rarities. Riccio met up with Simpson just before the confrontation at the Palace Station Casino on Thursday night.

We're told Riccio was on hand to help Simpson prove certain memorabilia being auctioned by Alfred Beardsley was ill-gotten. Riccio says he believed Simpson was going to confront Beardsley in the hotel room to give him an ultimatum -- either hand over the goods or Simpson would call the cops.

Riccio turned his Olympus digital voice recorder on before the group entered the room -- a group that included Simpson and four other men. Almost immediately, Simpson went wild, hurling profanities at Beardsley and another memorabilia dealer, Bruce Fromong.

The confrontation lasts six minutes. It is graphic and telling. Simpson is clearly the ringleader. Simpson repeatedly says, "Think you can steal my s**t and sell it?"

To hear much more of the confrontation, watch TMZ TV tonight.

We're told Riccio also recorded the police interview with Beardsley and Fromong. Riccio also claims he has audio of Beardsley and Fromong conceding they didn't have a right to the memorabilia. Riccio also says he has audio of Bruce Fromong saying he helped Simpson hide money in offshore accounts.

And there's this: Riccio's partner, Jeff Woolf, says Simpson left a message on Riccio's cellphone trying to convince him that there was no gun involved in the robbery
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« Reply #2 on: September 17, 2007, 01:55:04 PM »

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« Reply #3 on: September 17, 2007, 04:05:21 PM »


I made a rare spectacle of myself last night (Sunday 9/16/2007) and watched part of Geraldo (Big Show?), and all of Greta and Kimberly discuss OJ.

I tried today to locate the transcripts so I could post links but don't know how to find transcripts at the Fox site.

However, here is what I have pieced together about this incident, and I hope I have not mis-attributed information, but it does start blurring together.

The most telling information was from a telephone interview with a man named *I think* Mike Gilbert, who is a sports agent, and who was *I think* OJ's agent at the time of the two legal trials - both the criminal case and the civil case.

I can't plug in names here. No names were mentioned, because I think this story amounts to a conspiracy to defraud the Goldmans. The agent did use pronouns like "we" and "us" and "I" but I hesitate to attribute specific actions to him because he also talked about "they". (Maybe someone else can find these transcripts.)

This saga starts with the end of the civil trail and the award of $33 million to the Goldmans. (Oh, and quick reminder, JQK was the Goldman attorney for the civil case, or one of the attorneys, anyway.)

OJ and/or a friend got a tipoff the day before about people (sheriff's office?) coming to the Rockingham estate the next day to claim and collect valuables as a result of the Goldman award. (A query: Who gave the tipoff?)

If I heard this correctly, some Friends of OJ (FOJs) rented a truck and worked through the night to help OJ remove items from the home. From there, the items were taken to one or more rental storage facilities.

Some FOJs also helped set up off shore accounts to hide $$.

Flash forward 10+ years. Fairly recently it seems that a person I will call FOJ A got a notice from the storage rental place that the bill was in arrears, and if not paid by X date, the contents would be sold. (FOJ A representing the person in whose name the facility was being rented.)

This resulted in one or more Persons Unknown (FOJ A? B? XYZ?) going to the storage facility, paying the arrears amount, and unloading the storage container.

The contents were among the items that turned up in that LV hotel room Thursday night 9/13/2007. There were leather-bound copies of a never-published book OJ worked on while he was in jail during the criminal trial. Plus, some OJ-autographed footballs, jerseys and similar, typical sports memorabilia. AND (you just can't make up this stuff) a photo of OJ with J. Edgar Hoover

(There must have been a fairly large volume to have required a commercial storage facility, or perhaps there was more at one time maybe  FOJ A? B? XYZ? have been leaking items for sale over the years? Maybe that container had so little left in it, that FOJ A? B? XYZ? decided to shut it down - and have a "Close Out" sale?)

I am trying to clarify that when the Police say that "ownership" is in question, they're not merely talking about the items taken 9/13 that were Joe Montana memorabilia etc. As FOJs clearly know, legally speaking, the OJ-related stuff belonged to the Goldmans.

So a number of FOJs are really annoyed with him because his action (an over reaction, really) has exposed them to possible legal repercussions for helping him with these nefarious dealings all these years. This is why the guys who were selling the stuff have been a bit vague about "ownership"

Given this scenario, there is no way OJ would have called the cops, and even threatening to call them would have been laughable. "Hey, LAPD? Somebody's stolen some stuff I was hiding from the Goldmans ... "

Meanwhile - again, if I heard this correctly - the suit that has been mentioned the suit OJ was wearing when he was acquitted according to this Gilbert guy, it is in his (Gilbert's) possession, was never in a storage facility, and was not among the items in the hotel room that night. I inferred that OJ gave it to him right after the trial, and he's had it ever since.

No idea how close to the mark any of this is - but it seems to explain a lot.

Did y'all notice that the "groom" is one of the suspects? (Supposedly it was a renewal of vows, not a "real" wedding ... )

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« Reply #4 on: September 17, 2007, 04:18:52 PM »

Will Walter Alexander Sing: OJ Simpson May Finally Do Hard Time
By Lynda Johnson
Sep 16, 2007
http://www.nationalledger.com/artman/publish/article_272616107.shtml
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Here's the situation so far for Simpson.  Walter Alexander, 46, of Arizona, was arrested Saturday night on two counts of robbery with a deadly weapon, two counts of assault with a deadly weapon, conspiracy to commit robbery and burglary with a deadly weapon. He was described as one of Simpson's golfing buddies.

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Speculation is that he may roll over on Juice.  Robert Rentzer Alexander's lawyer tells TMZ that he spoke with Alexander yesterday, and after a brief conversation, instructed Alexander to fly to L.A. to meet with him. On his way to the Las Vegas airport, cops arrested Alexander
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« Reply #5 on: September 17, 2007, 04:21:47 PM »

Oprah Winfrey Boycotts O.J. Simpson Book
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Published: Sep 14, 2007
http://www.postchronicle.com/news/original/article_212103649.shtml
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« Reply #6 on: September 17, 2007, 04:42:10 PM »

Interview on Geraldo at Large with Tom Riccio who set up the sting..

http://tinyurl.com/2n6lzo
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« Reply #7 on: September 17, 2007, 06:19:44 PM »

Simpson Arraignment Set For Wednesday
http://www.kxan.com/Global/story.asp?S=7086499
Sep 17, 2007 01:25 PM
as Vegas -- O.J. Simpson's arraignment has been set for Wednesday, with a bail hearing to be held after that. That's according to a Las Vegas court information officer.
 
A judge ordered Simpson held without bail after he was arrested and booked Sunday on charges connected with what police described as a robbery at a Las Vegas hotel.
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« Reply #8 on: September 17, 2007, 08:58:36 PM »

Thanks for all the news reports. I am much more interested in how you feel about OJ.

I think he did a stupid thing in Las Vegas. He got away with murder but now he will go down for a robbery.

What a pin head.

Maybe there really is a God. For sure, Karma got him.
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« Reply #9 on: September 17, 2007, 09:37:08 PM »

Thanks for all the news reports. I am much more interested in how you feel about OJ.

I think he did a stupid thing in Las Vegas. He got away with murder but now he will go down for a robbery.

What a pin head.

Maybe there really is a God. For sure, Karma got him.

You Got that Right!  I hope justice is served for the murders, even if it's for this stupid action and his narcisstic and arrogant ways! 
Life or More!  He's already got to enjoy 13 yrs. of freedom for the murdrers.

My biggest curiosity is how those jurors really feel now after 13 yrs!?
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« Reply #10 on: September 17, 2007, 09:51:09 PM »

I personally think he got away with murder... and I do hope they are able to really punish him.


On the issue of double jepordy which I posted more fully on the Musings Thread, I hope that they try him on a different charge or add to his sentence here so that he fully pays his dues. 

I heard speculation somewhere today that these guys were possibly the accomplices to the murder... I forgot where I heard that though..(.heck, my day was so long I may have just read it...)
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« Reply #11 on: September 17, 2007, 09:58:10 PM »

Thanks for all the news reports. I am much more interested in how you feel about OJ.

I think he did a stupid thing in Las Vegas. He got away with murder but now he will go down for a robbery.

What a pin head.


Maybe there really is a God. For sure, Karma got him.

Louise, you and are are thinking alike on this one.  thumright
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« Reply #12 on: September 17, 2007, 10:40:56 PM »

Dedicated to OJ:

http://youtube.com/watch?v=XILPUjF232M

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« Reply #13 on: September 17, 2007, 10:48:35 PM »

O.J. Simpson lawyer says there's no evidence against former star
By LINDA DEUTSCH AP Special Correspondent
Article Launched: 09/17/2007 06:30:18 PM PDT
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"If it was anyone but O.J. Simpson, he would have been released by now," said Galanter who maintained that witness statements will clear Simpson
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What does that mean?  "If it was anyone but O.J. Simpson....Awww.  Are they pickin' on innocent ole O.J. again?  imo O.J. put himself right where he is-in jail.

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Simpson had offered to surrender to police even if he had to return from his home in Miami, but they chose to arrest him, Galanter said.   Shocked Shocked Really now.  How shocking.  The police chose to arrest him.   Memo to O.J.:  The police can do that.  They don't have to make a deal with you.  No special treatment for O.J. He shouldn't be treated worse than the average citizen, but he shouldn't get ANYTHING extra either.  He can just deal with it like the rest of the population when they pull an armed robbery, imo

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« Reply #14 on: September 18, 2007, 12:53:19 AM »

http://www.tmz.com/2007/09/17/another-simpson-suspect-surrenders/

Another Simpson Suspect Surrenders
Posted Sep 17th 2007 9:30PM by TMZ Staff
Filed under: Celebrity Justice

Las Vegas Metro Police have arrested a third suspect in the O.J. Simpson investigation.

53-year-old Clarence Stewart turned himself in to cops at his lawyer's office earlier today, reports the Associated Press. Stewart is accused of being one of the gun-toting men in Simpson's posse when the group allegedly broke into a Vegas hotel room and stole a bunch of sports memorabilia last Thursday.

Cops say Stewart has turned over some of the missing goods, including autographed footballs.

Stewart was held on two felony counts of robbery with a deadly weapon, two counts of assault with a deadly weapon, burglary with a deadly weapon and conspiracy
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« Reply #15 on: September 18, 2007, 05:09:03 AM »


http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20070918/ap_on_re_us/o_j__simpson

Goldmans to seek Simpson memorabilia
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On Tuesday, the family plans to file request in Superior Court to obtain ownership of the sports memorabilia seized.
David Cook, an attorney for Goldman's father, Fred Goldman, said he believed Nevada authorities would turn over the items with a court order after Simpson's criminal case finishes. The items include Simpson's Hall of Fame certificate, a gold Rolex watch and the suit Simpson wore on the day he was acquitted, Cook said.

"Assuming that this case is resolved one way or another, at the end of the case, the stuff will never go back to Mr. Simpson," Cook vowed. "He's going to walk out of Clark County empty-handed."
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« Reply #16 on: September 18, 2007, 08:36:01 AM »

I am beginning to have an issue with Fred Goldman.  I keep seeing interviews with him where he says its not about the money.  Now that is just a very dumb remark on his part.  It is ALL about the money.  It is not that they do not have a right to seek a return on their lawsuit.  It is more about let's just tell it like it is.   In the last interview I saw he was gesturing with his hands about how each little bit of money they could keep from Simpson was justice and it had nothing to do with money.  Sorry Fred, but it ain't so.  When the book was banned from being published by OJ you won!!!!!  OJ was stopped from earning one dime from the book.  It needed to stop there.

Now the book is going to be published and since OJ doesn't get the money it is very apparent that it is now about the money.  As I said before, the Goldman's have a right to seek justice with their lawsuit, but don't paint it to be something it isn't.  In fact, I would have to guess that given OJ's perverse sense of wishing to be in the spotlight, the book will give some measure of satisfaction to OJ just to know that he is letting other know how clever he was.   NOT .... but not in his own eyes.
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« Reply #17 on: September 18, 2007, 09:17:20 AM »

I can understand Fred Goldman feeling that getting Simpson in tight financial straits is, after all, the only way remaining to inflict punishment on him. The Goldmans have an enabling court award.  It IS about the money - not so much the Goldmans making money, but preventing Simpson from doing so. Clearly this has been a long and tedious process and I doubt that the Goldmans have retrieved very much so far.

The book has alienated the Goldmans and Browns. Nicole's family didn't want the book published, period - I understand that OJ says nasty things about Nicole in the book. I don't know how I would feel if I were in either party's shoes.

In my own shoes, I don't plan to buy or read the book. I'm not interested in a thing OJ has to say.
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« Reply #18 on: September 18, 2007, 04:16:57 PM »

Judge denies broad request to seize Simpson property

By ROBERT JABLON, Associated Press Writer

Tuesday, September 18, 2007
http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/n/a/2007/09/18/entertainment/e105458D03.DTL
A Superior Court judge tentatively denied a request Tuesday by the father of murder victim Ron Goldman to take O.J. Simpson's earnings from everything from autograph signings to video games to satisfy a multimillion-dollar legal judgment awarded 11 years ago.

Instead, Judge Gerald Rosenberg gave Fred Goldman's lawyer, David Cook, one week to come up with a list of sports memorabilia items the former football star was accused of stealing last week from a Las Vegas hotel room.

Simpson was acquitted in criminal court of the 1994 murders of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Goldman, but a civil court jury found him liable for the deaths and ordered him to pay $33.5 million. The award remains largely unpaid.
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LOS ANGELES (AP) - If the Goldman family has its way, it may soon own the sports memorabilia O.J. Simpson is accused of committing armed robbery to recover for himself. One man charged along with the former football star said Tuesday that the Las Vegas hotel room dispute seemed like a setup.

Walter Alexander, 46, said Simpson may have been tricked because the memorabilia dealer who tipped him off also recorded everything on tape.

"It sounds like a setup to me," Alexander told ABC's "Good Morning America" on Tuesday. He said Simpson had thought the memorabilia belonged to him after getting a call from the dealer.

"He did believe that he was going to retrieve his own property," Alexander said.

One of the memorabilia dealers who spoke publicly about the incident on Monday and described Simpson and a group of men coming into the hotel room "commando style" was hospitalized later that day with chest pains, a staff member at Century City Doctors Hospital said Tuesday.

Bruce Fromong was transferred to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, the staff member said, declining to give her name. A Cedars-Sinai spokeswoman did not immediately respond to a call seeking information about Fromong's condition.

Simpson was being held without bail Tuesday in Clark County Detention Center on six felonies, including two counts of robbery with use of a deadly weapon.

Witnesses and authorities have said that they don't believe Simpson had a gun but that some of the men with him did. If convicted, Simpson could receive up to 30 years in state prison on each robbery count.

The Heisman Trophy winner has been in and out of the spotlight since he was acquitted of murder in the 1994 deaths of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman.

The Goldman family, which won a civil verdict against Simpson, has waged a decade-long campaign to track down and claim his assets to fulfill the civil verdict. It planned to file a request in Superior Court on Tuesday to obtain ownership of the sports memorabilia seized.

David Cook, an attorney for Goldman's father, Fred Goldman, said he believed Nevada authorities would turn over the items with a court order after Simpson's criminal case finishes. The items include Simpson's Hall of Fame certificate, a gold Rolex watch and the suit Simpson wore on the day he was acquitted, Cook said. {Again with this suit - per a previous post, I thought the sports agent guy, Mike Gilbert??, said he has the suit.}

"Assuming that this case is resolved one way or another, at the end of the case, the stuff will never go back to Mr. Simpson," Cook vowed. "He's going to walk out of Clark County empty-handed."

Another man suspected in the alleged heist surrendered Monday. Clarence Stewart, 53, of Las Vegas, lived at one of the residences that police searched early Sunday to recover some of the memorabilia.

Stewart turned over some of the missing goods, including footballs bearing autographs, police said. He was being held on six felony charges, including robbery with a deadly weapon and two counts of assault with a deadly weapon.

A fourth man, Tom Scotto, was questioned and cleared of suspicion after police concluded he was not in the room, reducing the number of outstanding suspects to two, police said. Both were apparently seeking attorneys and preparing to surrender, police said.
{Scotto was the "groom" at the renwal of vows ceremony.}

Alexander, who faces charges almost identical to Simpson's, said he went to Las Vegas for a wedding and not to see Simpson. "I just happened to get caught up in a bad situation," he told ABC's "Good Morning America."

Simpson's arraignment was set for Wednesday. Yale Galanter, Simpson's lawyer, said he was preparing a bond motion and will ask for Simpson's release on his own recognizance.

"If it was anyone other than O.J. Simpson, he would have been released by now," he said.

"You can't rob something that is yours," Galanter said. "O.J. said, 'You've got stolen property. Either you return it or I call the police.'"

The Goldmans hope the property never finds its way back to Simpson.

In 1997, a civil jury in Santa Monica returned $33.5 million in judgments against Simpson in a wrongful-death lawsuit by the families of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman.

The jury awarded $8.5 million in compensatory damages to Ron Goldman's estate and a total of $25 million in punitive damages, divided equally between both estates. Despite extensive court hearings, however, most of the judgment has remained unpaid.

In 1999, seized personal property was auctioned off, raising only $430,000, more than half of it from the sale of his Heisman Trophy. The house itself did not generate anything toward paying the judgment. A bank foreclosed on the home, put it up for auction and bought it back.

Tuesday's hearing was originally scheduled in connection with any money the Goldmans say Simpson earned from a video game featuring his likeness.

Copyright 2007 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

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