O.J. Simpson says he is going to hike The Appalachian Trail
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After being incarcerated 9 year of a possible 33 year sentence, Orenthal James Simpson, has been granted his parole and Is scheduled for release in October 2017 from Lovelock Correctional Center in Lovelock, Nevada.
According to sources at ABC affiliate KSAT 12, O.J. Simpson is considering hiking the Appalachian Trail.
When asked during a phone call interview orchestrated through Simpson legal team, O.J. was quoted as saying:
“I'm just so thankful. Nine years is a long time. At my age, in this stage of my life, after all I've accomplished, all I've been through, all that I've overcome, I know what I want and I know what I need. I've spent the last nine years thinking about doing something personal and spiritual. Where, I can disappear from the public eye and reconnect with my newly regained freedom. I'm going to hike The Appalachian Trail. I don't know much about it. But, I'm capable of doing anything.”
At this early stage of Simpson parole, there are no further details available. But, there will certainly be more to come.