Another OJ Sentencing Will Be Broadcast Live

Wednesday, December 03, 2008


Obviously it won't be as dramatic and/or controversial as his 1995 trial, but at least one network has decided to air OJ Simpson's December 5th sentencing. OJ is facing multiple charges stemming from an alleged Las Vegas robbery back in September of 2007, and (THE) ESPN will be airing the sentencing live this Friday!

ESPNEWS and SportsCenter will televise live the sentencing of O.J. Simpson on Friday, Dec. 5. The court appearance in Las Vegas is currently scheduled for noon. Legal experts Lester Munson and Roger Cossack will provide analysis. In September 2007, Simpson was arrested in Las Vegas and on October 3, 2008 found guilty on multiple charges.
So if it's at Noon that means Flores and McKendry will be on the call. I don't know what kind of pull ESPN has these days, but they really should bring out Judge Ito out of hiding for at least a brief appearance. He might be tough though. Hmmm, I wonder what Kato Kaelin is upto these days? Actually I wouldn't be surprised if he's already booked on First Take that day. That's a win-win!

(Via ESPN PR)

5 Comments:

Kato Kaelin will be the halftime guest of the MNF game.

GMoney said...
Dec 3, 2008, 4:07:00 PM  

Maybe they could get Emmitt to do analysis.

hollywood wags said...
Dec 3, 2008, 4:18:00 PM  

If there was ever a non-game related time to do a live-blog, this is it. Let it happen!

Anonymous said...
Dec 4, 2008, 8:24:00 AM  

ESPN is so ridiculous... leave it on CNN I don't need to see this crap on a sports network... do people even remember anymore that O.J. played football, seriously ESPN is a joke.

Lanebc2 said...
Dec 4, 2008, 10:15:00 AM  

Another reason why I'm glad I work during the day.

Anonymous said...
Dec 4, 2008, 6:33:00 PM  

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