Everybody has an opinion on O.J. Simpson. He’s this, he’s that – one thing we can all agree upon is that his life is certainly not a dull one.
For the last seven years, Norman Pardo has been OJ’s promoter, sitting side by side with him as he rode in parades, cut grand-opening ribbons, headlined at nightclubs, appeared on live radio shows and signed sports memorabilia in cities throughout America.
Pardo also logged hundreds of hours in planes, limos, hotel rooms, bars and restaurants with OJ. And during each leg of their tours, he had his video camera trained on OJ, capturing more than 70 hours of documentary footage – most all of which has never been seen.
On Monday, September 8, OJ Simpson will stand trial is Las Vegas on kidnapping and armed robbery charges. That evening, at 9 p.m. EST, Norman Pardo will launch “OJ’s Court,” a special series of programs heard exclusively on BlogTalkRadio.com, that will allow armchair jurors to weigh in on each day’s proceedings. At the end of the trial, online jurors will be asked to render a final verdict in the case.