Brian Haynes

Reporter for the Las Vegas Review Journal

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Former football star  OJ Simpson  has been  acquitted of murder  and convicted of wrongful death. Now he’s  charged  with ten felony counts, including kidnapping and murder.

It's OJ, All Over Again

Former football star OJ Simpson has been acquitted of murder and convicted of wrongful death. Now he’s charged with ten felony counts, including kidnapping and murder.

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