Transcript for O.J. Simpson may have a chance at early parole
Next tonight the new headline about O.J. Simpson tonight, a new list of con victims who will have a chance of parole in July. Could he go free before the end of the year? Here's Matt Gutman tonight. Reporter: Tonight, O.J. Simpson could soon become the world's most famous parolee. The Nevada parole board announcing today that Simpson will have a hearing in July and could be eligible for release in October. He was convicted by a Las Vegas jury 2008 on robbery and kidnapping charges, sentenced to 13 years. In 1995, Simpson was famously acquitted of murdering Nicole brown Simpson and Ron Goldman. Goldman's father and sister recently told me, the sense of justice they felt after the Vegas conviction would evaporate. There is a chance that he could get paroled this year, in 2017. October, yeah. Reporter: What will that picture look like to you? Disgust. He committed a horrible heinous crime, and I have no feeling except rot in hell. But 20 years after that slow speed bronco chase and the dizzying array of evidence -- there's been a recent cascade of o.j.-related projects like the ESPN documentary "Made in America." Reporter: Sources tell us Simpson has been a model prisoner the past decade, but often parole is more about showing remorse and responsibility than one's behavior behind bars. David. Matt Gutman, thanks. When we come back tonight --
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