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OJ Simpson: Guilty

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A Las Vegas jury found OJ Simpson guilty of armed robbery and kidnapping. His co-defendant Clarence Stewart was also found guilty of the same charges. Both were tried on 12 charges stemming from their gunpoint robbery of two memorabilia dealers in a Las Vegas hotel more than a year ago. The kidnapping charges carries five years to life in prison while the armed robbery charges carries a mandatory two year sentence and could bring as much as 30. AP File Photo