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This past week as reported in the IVLV newsletter, O.J. Simpson received a 4-0 vote to obtain a parole from the crime he was involved in 2007. Simpson was originally sentenced to 9-33 years. This week Readers Poll asks the questions, do you think he should have received a parole? What is your opinion? We want to hear from you. (See other Readers’ opinions below.)

oj simpson received a parole this past week, do you agree with the parole.

PLEASE NOTE: The following text entries are the exact words of our readers
and may not be full sentences, correct grammar or correct spelling.

Reader Poll Replies:

I could care less what happens to that person. Beth D. San Diego, CA

Nine years seems like a long time, but shorter than he should of gotten for the other problem i think he caused. Robert Phoenix, AZ

Even though nine years seems like a long time, he was originally sentenced for minimum of 9 and maximum of 33. Very few people get parole on their first attempt. Think it was another media hype deal just to get a news story cycle. John Denver, CO

I think he deserves parole for the crime he committed 9 years. I think he is guilty of murdering his ex wife and Ron Goldman but that was decided long ago. You can't take the fact he was exonerated and hold it against him again. The justice system decided he was not guilty. He served his time for he crime 9 years ago and he deserves his freedom however it may be. Scott Schneider Henderson, Nv

Not sure. Considering all the other items he has been involved in, maybe this is the ultimate repay program. I would not let him out the first time he has a chance to make parole of a max 33 year term. Alana J. Miami, FL

Yes, He served more than he should off for this offense. The judge who presided over his trial gave him years for his murder conviction because she thought he deserved it. Anthony T Russo Syracuse,New York


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