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Goldman Seeks O.J.'s Ring to Satisfy Wrongful Death Judgment

As O.J. Simpson awaits sentencing after his recent conviction for kidnapping and armed robbery, the former NFL star has again appeared in the news. Simpson’s NFL Hall of Fame ring is alleged to have been given to a memorabilia dealer by Simpson shortly after the alleged robbery for which he was recently convicted. It now is pursued by Fred Goldman, the father of the man Simpson is alleged to have murdered in the now infamous 1994 incident. Goldman, who has won a $33.5 million wrongful death suit against Simpson, is seeking possession of the ring in furtherance of satisfying that judgment.



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