17 Burst results for "Ronald Goldman"
"ronald goldman" Discussed on Here's The Thing
"I hate to ask you specifics like this like when you watch the program the one based on your block you know you watch this program and five episodes go by seven and a half hours and you still stopping you and i wanna get you in a room and i wanna go do you still think oj did it all the all the dna evidence the dna evidence is it that's it it's not just the dna evidence i mean you know there are planted thick love wasn't planning okay the the the there are one set of bloody footprints walking away from the crime scene they are size eleven bruno mali shoes that oj own i mean what more do you need to know and again you know people talk about this case as if you know he it's inexplicable why would he do this he was a domestic violence perpetrator these this is how these stories escalate this was not a random crime this was a domestic violence homicide and that i i mean you know the the whole metoo movement i think you know has illuminated just how pervasive i mean obviously that's somewhat separate subject but it just shows you know how people could discount the domestic violence aspect of the story when it's the core of the story i mean it's why this murder took place in poor ronald goldman sort of stumbled on the scene you know one of the dirty little secrets of of particularly homicide investigations is that in the vast vast majority of the time it's completely obvious who the perpetrator is i mean you know the a lot a lot of homicides are what people call disputes united a story in milwaukee about the prosecutor's office there and it said you know eighty percent of the crime victims of the murder victims in.
"ronald goldman" Discussed on Barstool Rundown
"Yeah sorry very nearly the in the time change fucked me up oj oj documentary came out against this is an old interview he had the book he basically but it is the interview of him hypothetically saying if he was to kill in a poll nicole simpson and ronald goldman how we do it when i was this is very difficult for me to do this very difficult for me because this hypothetical i know and i accept the fact that people feel whatever would it on you know wa they ghana uh yield some whatever i would have been wanna fill in the book the hypothetical is uh charlie tulsa charlie k by mention something about what was going on at her house this guy charlie shows up the guy wet greece will be confirmed and i don't know why you had been by kohl's house loaded told me you wouldn't believe what's going on over that and and i remember thinking will whatever's going over there has got to stop uh you watch it did he um yeah the weirdest partners this thing he charlie charlie which again he's going on kind of like laughing and giggling about charlie in everyone's like who the fuck is charlie what does that even mean but i mean oh jesus i guess a rate news a a murderer in kind of a but he is like cook in his brains not even close i think when you mirror people double murder lozanes you gotta go without assumption while he killed two people i guarantee hernandez he's brought our normal but some people like i feel like he came off his i kind of unaware like genius in terms of you know how the fact he's able to mark themself forever he's actually like a with it person this was like he's not even his brain was even close ronald goldman should be allowed to murder the media father yep the ron goldman's father via should just correct i agree with that murder without of yeah yeah i don't think it's roosevelt had did anything on this i i didn't see it.
"ronald goldman" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"And he was successful in virtually everything he did commercials movies tv shows even as an nfl analyst when he's not very good at it he still they still used them all the time why because he's a beloved character and hall of fame football player so the racial aspect of that was maddening to me i knew it had nothing to do with it if anything he was gonna get he was going to get the benefit of the doubt even more than let's say a white person would have his celebrity status had nothing to do with his the color of his skin nothing so it just depends caller ron couple hours will last hour brought up some interesting aspects about what was under nicole simpson's fingernails the blood and skin that's disputed by the lead detective that's disputed by the coroner with ronald goldman's knuckles being messed up broken whatever the coroner said that ronald goldman never struck his attacker i so i don't know you go back and forth on this thing i i don't know and then oj through in this new little twist about charlie his new acquaintance new friend charlie and who's that where did charlie go why haven't we we never came up during the trial he didn't come up after the trial we never heard about him was aj cowling and it was the attorney kardashian oh cochran in johnny in all those guys it was never mentioned that there was a charlie in any of this.
"ronald goldman" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"Hypothetically somebody's got to get rid of the hypothetical bloody clothes strange and amazing all at the same time i mean what am i missing here is this not an out confession is this a clear cut yeah i killed my wife and ex wife and ronald goldman triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three with your thoughts there's much more to hear from this and we will plays much of it as as we can because it was a staggering night last night robin florida you're on the blaze high hey pat you guys are awesome we'll be like brothers back when the trial was going on the ninety s i was working for myself of my home and so i followed the trial religiously and i mean every waking minute including the radio when i if i had to get my car and the evidence that acquitted him of murder was not brought up yesterday and in the context of what this was the book remember this is from two thousand and six if i did it and they were trying to hawk books with this interview including that publisher that was there and what they did last night they conveniently left out the evidence nicole brown had blood and skin under all ten of fingernails and ron goldman head blunt force trauma on all of his knuckles broken fingers because they were vehemently fighting their attackers oj came back from chicago and volunteered they didn't they left it out of the yesterday he volunteered to go over when you said he was talking to the police he was photographed in its boxer shorts with.
"ronald goldman" Discussed on Alice @97.3
"Guess he did that to sort of be out in the town they were touring so he could kinda cbn it otherwise you're just in the in man and then you're in a venue and in a van in an event you note elle and it see anything for those six miles he was unable to inject anything or even ingest anything 82 ran a marathon backwards does that mean he ran with his back here or did he run from the finish line to the start line and backward me and i i just want to say that it had to have been backwards like running run adding physically backwards with your back to the front spain twenty two years ago today in 1995 oj simpson was found innocent at the slayings of his today and today in 1995 in after a year of watching it on tv i watched all of it nicole brown simpson and ronald goldman he was found innocent of course he went on to be convicted in the civil trial and then it wasn't until many years later that he went to jail for the thing he just he just got out of the bill you is this funny he went in i went to mcdonald's got like two combo meals chatham was like it's not all i remember was like his quoted something like it's not all cracked up to be early to my them after the jail food huh yeah you think he would beat whatever delicious he was still in his prison outfit i guess they went from the prison right to a mcdonald's someone in a picture of them challenge fourteen years ago today in o3 it's hard to believe oh three was fourteen years ago but there it is worn oh the tiger thank the tiger bit him on stage montell alive he is recovered from the arizona well he you know i think he did better than they thought he was going to do he the guy the guy the tiger bid him in the neck and sort of dragged him off and the bite severed an artery caused a stroke look he's partially paralyzed the very least but that was the end of the sikh reading roy thing writes is 72 now oh boy he was in.
"ronald goldman" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"Last but not least outside of the yankees with a monthlong slobby and thirteen in 23 over the last six games i'm not happy about that i'm certainly not happy about klinkert's you'll get hurt last night internet back on on a d l list c to dodges key when in these regular season games in the fade in the postseason spread cents night they wanna world series championship dammit los angeles dodgers what a path puts in price paul yes full in any body by winning joined that a from aprodeh october at an october we can't find jew city ally need to stand up and demand stuffed a little bit more i'm just saying against the city los angeles would also demand more from the parole board in vodka because of o j simpson let me be very clear oh jay is a double murderer yes o j did it far as i'm concerned he killed ronald goldman nicole brown simpson she's been under the damn jail for life without the possibility of parole but that was for the double murder case this robbery issued at took place in the vodka with a man stealing his own bag his own material and one of his boyswear gunpoint enough even pointed it at any way no jaded pointed anybody to get sentenced to nine at thirty three years is ridiculous should have never happened in fact that he spent nearly the last nine years in prison he's more than served his time and paid his penance for that particular crime.
"ronald goldman" Discussed on LA Talk Radio Channel 1
"That was the lawsuit on behalf of the estate of nicole brown simpson any state of ronald goldman uh and they returned to verdict in santa monica that mr simpson was liable for the death of nicole brown simpson and ronald goldman and they ended the jury decided there was clear and convincing evidence that he should have to pay damages of thirty three million the dollar is twenty five million dollars of which was for punitive damages so punitive damages awarded with a jury finds that the defendant has engaged in conduct that is shocking to the conscience to the community but under nevada law gives jury verdict in judgment the court couldn't be considered in one of the commissioners that that and so i think the law should be changed in nevada conclude such as civil judgment in a wrongful death case if punitive damages damages to punish are awarded because that kind of judgment is a strong statement by jury acting as the conscience that the community yeah and so i've already been in touch with a legislator in davao day and you will be hearing more about that soon good because i think the risk of harm to the community if the new inmates released should always be a factor that a parole board can consider and if a parole board had been able to consider the full legal record of district sympton they might have found that releasing him could present a risk of harm to the community but instead they were forced to consider legal fiction and only part of the record that's unfortunate and are harmful to victims rights and i think to the safety of the community will i was really shocked when he answered the questions it was saying that he felt like he had lived the conflict free life i'm glad you're picked up on that because that's really important first of all it did not appear that mr simpson was under oath so he was being ask questions he said whatever he wanted to say much of.
"ronald goldman" Discussed on WGSO 990AM
"And as the family recognizes not a perfect man but he is the man and the father that speaks to the his overall character which is to be positive no matter what and she said on my on behalf of my family his friends we just want him to come home so he's he's seventy years old in fact there was kind of a little tho pa in the hearing where one point they read that simpson recently turned ninety and then they corrected that and so that was the gist of it it was a pretty long is actually pretty long hearing because we were taping interviews here on america time and i was watching that as well and it was about to our sin because like two hours long and then they went away and then they came back and you have to remember the four the ninety four killings of his ex wife nicole brown simpson and her friend ronald goldman and the the trial this trend that transfixed the nation the testimony the bloody glove that didn't fit the furious debate over racist police celebrity justice cameras in the courtroom people that became famous because of the though j trial lot of legal people granted greta van susteren that's where she really cut her teeth and became a wellknown and she certainly wasn't the the only one and before that though he was incredibly incredibly popular from the time he won the heisman trophy in the late '60s to becoming an nfl great monday night football commentator some of the movies that he he did the hertz rental car commercials all of that the naked gun comedy other movies that i mentioned and he talked brief.
"ronald goldman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The guy who was accused and then acquitted of murdering his exwife nicole brown simpson and her friend ronald goldman more than two decades ago he seventy years old now and his hair is more salt and pepper he seemed alternateplay confidant and anxious when he spoke on his own behalf there were even flashes of humor but it just like the guy to my family friends and i do have some real and one of them is bruce from on an old friend but also one of simpson's victims and the botched robbery that landed him in prison at the hearing from long testified in favor of simpson's release he said they long since reconciled sooner man ramos j energy called tomorrow's gruesome get now we drizzle morals simpson will not be getting out tomorrow the earliest he would be released is october i the parole board noted that simpson was never discipline while in prison and board member economy visby warned him that he'd better follow every parole regulation on the outside as scrupulously as he'd followed prison roles our expectation would be that you not violate even the simplest condition of parole simpson will remain on parole until september twenty ninth twenty 22 he can support himself with a substantial pension from the nfl he six pected to move to florida to be near his two youngest children i knew chaffee npr news at.
"ronald goldman" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Minimum of his nine to thirty three year sentence for a bungled attempt to snatch sports memorabilia he claimed had been stolen from him during the more than our long hearing on live tv simpson was by turns remorseful all jovial and defensive heatedly insisting the items taken in the armed robbery were mice death at one point the murder defended in the 1995 trial of the century set up a storm of sarcasm on social media when he said i've basically spent a conflict free life you know all four parole commissioners who conducted the hearing voted for his release mr simpson i do the two graham girl when political and that will include this harry of his community support and his release plans which include moving to florida as he rose from his seat to return to his prison cell he ex hailed deeply dead as he was led down the hall the hall of fame athlete raised his hands over his head in a vick three gesture and said oh god oh simpson was widely expected to win parole given similar cases and his good behaviour behind bars his defenders have argued to that his sentence was out of proportion to the crime and that he was being punished for the two murders he was acquitted of in los angeles in 1995 the stabbings of exwife nicole simpson and her friend ronald goldman inmate number 102 seventy eight twenty made his plea for freedom in a stark hearing room at the love luck correction centre in rural nevada as the parole commissioners question him through video from carson city a two hour drive away simpson insisted he never meant to hurt anyone never pointed.
"ronald goldman" Discussed on WGTK
"The hearing where at one point they read that simpson recently turned ninety and then they corrected that and so that was the gist of it it was a pretty long is actually pretty long hearing because we were taping interviews here on america time and i was watching that as well and it was about to our similar because like two hours long and then they went away and then they came back and you have to remember beef four the ninety four killings of his ex wife nicole brown simpson and her friend ronald goldman and the the trial the trend that transfixed the nation the testimony the bloody glove that didn't fit the furious debate over racist police celebrity justice cameras in the courtroom people that became famous because of the though j trial lot of legal people greta greta van susteren that's where she really cut her teeth and became a wellknown and she certainly wasn't the the only one and before that though he was incredibly incredibly popular from the time he won the heisman trophy in the the late '60s to becoming an nfl great monday night football commentator some of the movies that he he did the hertz rental car commercials all of that the naked gun comedy is other movies that i am mm mentioned and he talked briefly because i didn't want to go into and i wanted to keep it mostly back on what had happened with these with his ex wife and and all that stuff but he did talk briefly about his his movie career he talked about what he said was smoking pot with elizabeth taylor somewhere in a somewhere in on a movie set where they were in one of the trailers but the for the most part the interview that i did i just kept trying to go back to the what people saw what happened in all those kinds of of of things in that interview and today he just did he talked where he hadn't he didn't he didn't testify he didn't comment the first time around so it was interesting to hear what oj simpson had to say right now we're going to washington dc the.
"ronald goldman" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"The hearing where one point they read that simpson recently turned ninety and then they corrected that and um hmm so that was the gist of it it was a pretty long is actually pretty long hearing because we were taping interviews here on evair contained and i was watching that as well and it was about to our seam because like two hours long and then they went away and then they came back and you have to remember before the ninety four killings of his ex wife nicole brown simpson and her friend ronald goldman and the the trial this trend that transfixed the nation the testimony the bloody glove that didn't fit the furious debate over racist police celebrity justice cameras in the courtroom people that the came famous because of the though j trial lot of legal people greta greta van susteren that's where she really cut her teeth and became a wellknown and she certainly wasn't the the only one and before that though he was incredibly incredibly popular from the time he won the heisman trophy in the late '60s to becoming an nfl great monday night football commentator some of the movies that he he did the hertz rental car commercials all of that the naked gun comedy other movies that i mentioned and he talked briefly because i you want to go into and i wanted to keep it mostly back on what had happened with these with his ex wife and and all that stuff but he did talk briefly about his his movie career he talked about what he said was smoking pot with elizabeth taylor somewhere in a arm mm somewhere in on a movie set where they were in one of the trailers but the for the most part the interview that i did i just kept trying to go back to the what people saw what happened in all those kinds of of of things in that interview and today he just did he talked where he hadn't he didn't he didn't testify he didn't comment the first time around so it was interesting to hear what oj simpson had to say right now we're going to washington dc the.
"ronald goldman" Discussed on WGTK
"Seven seven nine nine b e r k y the i've been pretty good people in the basically it's been a conflict free life you know i got it ever gotten the fights on the street with the government can everybody all right oj simpson saying singing lived the conflict free life except for a few listen to this nine one one horrific calls from nicole brown simpson who was murdered and her friend ronald goldman to the point where blood was flowing all down the driveway absolutely brutal to see what what happened and of course he was acquitted of that murder as you all know and there are a lot of theories floating around in and whatnot i'll tell you my story is this parole thing unfolded stay if you haven't heard it in your new listening to america tonight it was before it was before the memorabilia incident happened maybe maybe it was i want to say it was like six or seven months before that a guy that i worked for who ran a company called market news first it was inter inter protocol television was very cool beautiful said television the whole thing and of course i started in tv so is doing america's tonight and a few hours of this market news i doing business business reports anchoring business and talking to some movers and shakers in the business world and smallcap companies and he came to me seamus josh and he came to me and he said you're the only true journalists in this place and we have an opportunity to talk to j simpson the book if i did it is coming out and we don't know that it's going to happen we're not going to pay for the interview because i said i wouldn't do that if that was the case and cutting to the chase he they talked to me about it instead think about it and came to me a weeks later and said he's going to be in dallas and you can sit down a medium and talk to them and will arrange how this will go when i did meet him and told him i was gonna ask him every single question if you did it if you didn't do it who did it and all those kinds of things the same that katie couric had ask them because he it only done a few interviews after what had happened after being acquitted and he greed to that part.
"ronald goldman" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper
"Well i think they thought both those thinks of the the rules of parole seemed very much to guide this results in i have no quarrel with the parole board's decision but i think the character that o j simpson's displayed the narcissism the selfpity the selfjustification this statement that i simply couldn't believe that he said he had lead a conflict free life now he of course is entitled to say that he didn't kill nicole brown simpson and ronald goldman he was acquitted of those crimes but he was convicted of domestic abuse and kohl had called 911 repeatedly and for him to say this wifebeater this domestic abuse or to say he had led a conflict free life indicates how he views domestic violence as something that's not really a crime that's just sort of a personal matter and i thought it was appalling but it was indicative of the character that o j simpson has displayed in private through much of his life daily what are you what factors influence the parole board said today you know exactly what factors because it's laid out in nevada's paroled guidelines and they went through in each and every one of them at the hearing some of the factors that helped doj as the fact that he's seventy and the fact that he remain sort of conflict free while he was in prison although as jeffrey says certainly not in life in general on the other hand some of the factors that hurt him was that this was a property crime and statistics show that people are likely to repeat offend win you commit crimes like robbery or burglary but then the parole board took into account all kinds of facts and surely they had to take into account how oj acquitted himself when answering their questions which i think nobody you're heard it would give him anything above a cplus mr rovsing your wife is retire district court judge aca glass who oversaw the las vegas armed robbery trial against simpson uh have you spoken to your wife about today's decision.
"ronald goldman" Discussed on WLAC
"Range it's not like exactly this amount of time the gia the the the first time of trying to steal your heisman trophies and things like that he will ruled the gun wasn't even the heisman he is dumb things like cards some of his playing cards the items isn't it holding term here his is it entrusting term in the post to give those things up and instead they magically meriva left veteran even though he was supposed to be pay using that to pay off the gold the goldmans stunningly somehow he had them which of course is why he couldn't go to the police in the first place to get the back with adam the first place either in his good wants him out but even his victim is going to testify on his behalf during this parole hearing so i mean yeah yeah do you want him to get out so who had i i you know i i struggle with this because he probably did kill the colon ronald goldman right pious i've always been don't think we have to even pauses long as such an open job away i it it's hard i exactly ill will have some sympathy for you two how wear does that make it here a muslim jobs that person makes you silly what a you have this is the otas sparkle right it's always always been sparkle older jas nazzaro that's why he may not be paroled today by the way the little oj jas land is in the context here glenn has no attachment to him as a sports athletics greg does he began losing sports do and i know that means a guy who owned i also go that's all you know but i also know that he was a sports analyst for i think nbc i also know that he was a movie star are you know with in the airplane it was naked gun but he was he was not a you did not have that attachment as a child garage on this assess athlete of all time he saw as a be level celebrity later in life that was doing her marshalls and so i but again it i don't have that attach like i don't say oh i wanted to get out because i liked him as an athlete are i loved that in could gun movies but it's it's a process situation.
"ronald goldman" Discussed on WWL
"In the gulf south joy jump in and share your opinion call 5042601870 text 870870 or hit is up on facebook at wwl radio j simpson goes before the parole board in nevada today seeking his early release from prison he was sentenced to nine to thirty three years for an hour armed robbery in which he tried to get his sports memorabilia back after it was set for auction to raise money to pay the families of the two victims he was found liable for murdering now we've got to be careful here because in a civil judgment o j simpson was ordered to pay four the deaths of nicole brown and ronald goldman that was in a civil court in a lawsuit in criminal court as most everybody probably remembers he was found not guilty for those murders so he didn't go to jail for those murders but he was ordered to pay hey the families of the victims they they were auctioning off his sports memorabilia to generate the funds to pay the families he breaks in brings a gun robs the company that was carrying out the auction and was subsequently convicted and sentenced to nine to thirty three years and prison he served eight years of that and is now seeking parole as a model prisoner call me right now at 5042601870 text me at eight seventy eight seventy and let me know if you're on the parole board would you vote to release o j simpson you can also go to our website at wwl com getting text messages in at eight seventy eight seventy one presence as i just took a pole around my office and there is no way anyone here would release that murderous lying obnoxious and that chest where it stops than a text of the rest of it troublemaker he is so disingenuous here's the problem your judging this office polled you just took on the fact that you say he's murderous but in a court of law he was found not guilty in a criminal court not guilty the parole board cannot take that into consideration legally now parole board's are subject to no real specific rules a lot of it's.
"ronald goldman" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show
"Nicole brown simpson and ronald goldman and sell k and you're you're saying because i know immediately you you're going to react like how do you separated to but not like this this is what this case is this why he's in jail now stealing the memorabilia out of a hotel room correct joke in a court allies declared innocent so that separates announced just this and the sentence was you'd by many as excessive but you know excess supplies of what happened four but now bottom line is this if you go by what the average sense it would be for what his crimes a khmer he already would have been out so anybody who's having outrage renault go what oj simpson is going to be innocent man on the streets of america while by some definitions short he should've been out around the other part of this people say's but a model inmate now what does that mean it means hey listen following directions being good with the guards remained gone above and beyond whatever charitable activities you can follow the prisoners like i know be people can be sarcastic about it but technically by the letter of the law oj simpson is paid his price and it looks like he's gonna be out more and the other important factor in realising why this is going to happen is that his original parole hearing was back in two thousand thirteen and so the way the parole board works is that it's four people in the vote unanimously for roh to parole you than than you're done mmhmm so he's already been paroled on five counts the earliest that they could hero parole on the deadly weapon charge was this year so that's what we're doing now so they have to get that.