Florida AG Opposes Simpson Plan to Move There

Ruben Hill
October 3, 2017

Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi told Fox News on Sunday Simpson was not welcome there.

In a interview with the Conspiracy Talk News Team, Malcolm Lavergne explained Bondi seemed to be "possibly one of the most stupid person on this planet", merely days following Bondi's office released a notice requesting the Florida Correctional Department to rejected Mr. Simpson this transfer in order to meet his sentence of provisional liberty within the Floridian state. There is speculation that he will move to Florida.

Former USC and National Football League player OJ Simpson was acquitted October 3, 1995 in the killings of ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend, Ron Goldman. "Our state should not become a country club for this convicted criminal".

In response to Bondi's statement, Lavergne wasn't shy to speak out. "F- her", Lavergne told the Times on Monday. She's the attorney general, she has nothing to do with it.

Simpson, who lived in Florida before he was arrested for an ill-conceived sting operation in Las Vegas to retrieve memorabilia from his football career, left prison shortly after midnight October 1 and did not say where he would live, telling a reporter, "None of your business".

While his destination remains unclear, Simpson told parole board members he hoped to move to Florida, where he has friends and family, although that must be approved by authorities there.

During the parole hearing, Simpson joked that he was willing to stay in Nevada, but "I'm sure you don't want me here". "That's handled by the Nevada Division of Parole and Florida department of corrections, not the attorney general". Arruti declined to disclose the exact location of the house, for what he said were security and privacy reasons.

Simpson wore a blue baseball-style cap, blue denim trousers and a jacket, and white sneakers as he walked through a door to freedom after a prison guard said: "Here you go".

Simpson said at his parole hearing he was ready to spend time with his children and friends and could handle public attention.

Simpson's lawyer, Malcolm LaVergne, said by text message on Sunday morning: "All information related to Simpson's whereabouts is confidential until (Monday) at the earliest". He added that his client was upset by the Bondi letter. He lived in Los Angeles at the time of the murders.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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