Witnesses Blow Holes In Simpson’s Gun Theory

A pair of witnesses have opened the door for O.J. Simpson to be charged with armed robbery.  Both Walter Alexander and Michael McClinton testified Tuesday that Simpson asked them to carry guns to a meeting with a pair of memorabilia collectors.  Alexander said Simpson asked for security because the dealers, quote, “may be packing heat.”   McClinton, meanwhile, testified he entered the Las Vegas hotel room with his gun drawn and ordered the rest of the posse to begin packing up the memorabilia items.  The former NFL star had told police he was unaware that any guns were involved in the incident.  Alexander and McClinton both copped plea deals to take the stand against Simpson.

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One Response to “Witnesses Blow Holes In Simpson’s Gun Theory”

  1. As a business ethics speaker, I often find people who feel that the rich and famous can avoid the consequences of their choices. They site O. J. Simpson as evidence.

    I tell them that they are wrong. At least that’s my opinion. Just because we don’t see the consequences of our choices in the time frame we feel we should – doesn’t mean that we will avoid the consequences. We won’t and can’t.

    Before I had to face the outcome and consequences of my unethical choices, I, too, thought I could avoid the consequences. In fact, I began to believe that there weren’t any. I rationalized that my behavior was no, in fact, illegal. I was wrong!

    I entered Federal prison and emerged a stronger person. But make no mistake:there were consequences to my actions. I speak about them regularily to corporations and associations around the country. Every choice has a consequence and certainly I am living proof.

    O. J. will get his day in court and I trust that justice will prevail – regardless the outcome – guilt or innocence. Let us not forget, however, every choice has a consequence.