July 2013
Los Angeles Magazine;Jul2013, Vol. 58 Issue 7, p101
The article focuses on retired American football player and actor O.J. Simpson who was charged with deaths of Nicole Brown and her friend Ronald Goldman who were murdered on June 12, 1994. It mentions that Simpson was acquitted of all criminal charges in a controversial criminal trial. It informs that Simpson, who was imprisoned in 2008 for robbing sports memorabilia at gunpoint in a Las Vegas, Nevada hotel, is now seeking to overturn his kidnapping and armed robbery verdict.


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