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O.J. Simpson says 'Life is fine' 25 years after notorious homicides: AP

Reuters India Monday, 10 June 2019 ()
Former football star and television personality O.J. Simpson said that he and his family have moved on from the "trial of the century" that saw him cleared of a double murder, but forced to pay millions in a civil suit, according to an Associated Press exclusive.
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Former football star and television personality O.J. Simpson said that he and his family have moved on from the “trial of the century”. The case saw Simpson cleared of a double murder, but forced to pay millions in a civil suit. Simpson told the AP in an interview that “Life is fine.” He...

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