O.J.’s attorney at law severely belittled Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi on Monday, actually calling the woman the “The B Word”.

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.

Simpson has been lately released from prison in which he has been found guilty of kidnapping as well as armed robbery since 08. Simpson has requested to go back to reside in Florida, in which he was living after he has been busted and where his older kids at present reside.

The Board permitted the release before O. J., right after he served eight years in jail.

Within the correspondence, Bondi referred to O.J. Simpson as being a “vulgar delinquent” and stated that his notoriety could possibly develop into a headache to the police force.

O.J.’s attorney at law severely belittled Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi on Monday, actually calling the woman a “stupid B”.

In a interview together 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.

“She’s the attorney general, she has nothing to do with it,” Lavergne explained. “It’s virtually a foregone conclusion that Simpson will be moving to Florida when he chooses and once Nevada approves it. That’s handled by the Nevada Division of Parole and Florida department of corrections, not the attorney general.” he went on to say.

Simpson has been recently released from prison in which he has been found guilty of kidnapping as well as armed robbery since 08. Simpson has requested to go back to reside in Florida, in which he was living after he has been busted and where his older kids at present reside.

The Board permitted the release after he served eight years in jail.

Within the correspondence, Bondi referred to O.J. Simpson as being a “vulgar delinquent” and stated that his notoriety could possibly develop into a headache to the police force.

Bondi also explained that Simpson has a “wanton disregard for the lives of others” and he also had or has a “scofflaw attitude” for “heinous acts for which he has been found civilly liable,” a referenceshe made to the 1994 murders of Simpson’s ex-wife Nicole Brown and her friend/lover, Ron Goldman.

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