OJ Simpson to Be Released in October

The Juice is about to be let loose. After serving nine years of a  33-year prison sentence for the robbery and kidnapping of a shady Vegas  sports memorabilia collector, O.J. Simpson was unanimously paroled by  the Nevada Board of Parole Commissioners on Thursday. 

The 70-year-old  former NFL star is expected be released from Lovelock Correctional  Facility in October. "Thank you, thank you, thank you," Simpson said  after he learned his fate, whereas earlier in the hearing he dubiously  claimed to have lived a "conflict-free life," adding, "Nobody's ever  accused me of pulling any weapon on them." 

Simpson’s extraordinary  sentence was thought by many to be retaliation for his controversial  acquittal in the grisly murder of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and  a male acquaintance, Ron Goldman. In a subsequent civil trial, O.J. was  found liable for killing the pair, and ordered to pay the Goldman  family damages of $33.5 million, which he’ll presumably continue to work  off once he’s a free man. At that point, it's believed he'll return to Florida to get on with his life.

Source: ESPN