There was a chorus of cheers as justice was served chilled to the Juice early yesterday.
After a jury threw the book at O.J. Simpson, declaring him guilty of kidnapping and armed robbery in a 2007 Las Vegas hotel break-in, the irony was not lost that his conviction came 13 years to the day after he beat murder charges in the infamous killings of his wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend, Ron Goldman.
“We are thrilled,” said Fred Goldman, whose son was slain alongside Nicole in Los Angeles in 1994. “Hopefully, he can go away for the rest of his life.