Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman's accused murderer released from prison

Okay- you all know who I am talking about. I am not going to use him name because his ego lives to be inflated. In my opinion, his name doesn't deserve to be remembered. 

Whilst acquitted during the 1995 criminal trial of the murders of Nicole and Ron, he was later found guilty for their wrongful deaths in a civil suit. 

In 2007 he was found guilty of a number of felony charges including kidnapping, assault with a deadly weapon and armed robbery. Whilst he was sentenced to 9-33 years, it has come to light in the past week that he will only serve the minimum 9 years, and was paroled this October.

Understandably, many people are pissed. Given that he was acquitted for two murders of which so many now believe him to be guilty, people want him to pay for the 1994 crime, even if it is not what he is currently serving time for. To add insult to injury,  he stated during the parole hearing that he has lived a "conflict-free life". Vomit. 

Are you kidding me?! Even if we all pushed aside the fact there is VERY strong evidence to believe he is in fact guilty of the murders of Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman, he has led anything but a conflict free life. During his marriage to Nicole, the police were called multiple times for domestic violence incidents. During one of Nicole's 911 calls to police, you can hear him raging and trying to physically assault her. This can't be disputed- it is clearly documented. He pleaded no contest to spousal abuse in 1989. Nicole's personal diaries also point to the abuse she received at his hands during their relationship. 

If that wasn't enough, he was serving time for KIDNAPPING, ASSAULT WITH A DEADLY WEAPON AND ARMED ROBBERY! Defining conflict: opposing action, dispute, disagreement, battle, struggle, controversy, fight, battle. I think his behaviour fits. 

I wish there was a way to retrospectively make him pay for what I, and many others, believe occurred in 1994. Unfortunately that outcome cannot be undone. My hope is that at age 70, he will at least keep himself in check to live out the rest of his life without endangering anyone else's lives. 

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