Nicole Brown Simpson’s sister Tanya Brown has decided to speak up about O.J. Simpson’s parole release, and she is definitely not happy about it! Brown admitted that there is nothing she or anyone else can do about the situation but that does not mean she doesn’t feel like it’s a big mistake.
As it has been reported, the disgraced sportsman was granted an early release after serving nine years behind bars for his armed robbery and kidnapping crime back in 2007.
His wife, Nicole, was murdered and the man was the primary suspect in the infamous 1994 case, where O.J. was found liable in a civil court, but not guilty in a criminal trial.
‘It is Nevada state law, and people have to remember that. I do what I can to make the choice of accepting what I cannot change or control. If I bring 1994 into this case, I will think, ‘That’s all we got?’ the sister stated.
About the moment in the recent parole hearing when O.J. claimed he led a conflict-free life, Tanya said: ‘I thought, ‘Really? Let me play that 911 tape from Nicole for you.’ People forget that 911 call.’
Despite the fact that she feels justice has not been served for the tragic passing of Nicole, Tanya accepted the court decision to release O.J. and even wished him good luck.
However, she, as well as the rest of the world, will be watching him with an ‘eagle eye.’
‘People can now follow his every move with their cell phones, so he’d better behave.’
The family of 1994 double murder victim Ronald Goldman also previously spoke up after O.J.’s parole hearing saying that if he ever decides to say anything about the incident, they will ‘jump on him.’