This article at the Associated Press:
….describes OJ’s future in a prison while they are planning to fight for an appeal. The Juice will be staying at, High Desert State Prison, in Nevada that is pretty much way out in the desert.
Google search photos of High Desert State Prison, in Nevada, so you can see what the inside of the prison will look like.
The Juice will be treated there like every other inmate, like I said before. The prison gaurds won’t treat him like he’s some sort of celebrity and famous person, they’ll treat him like a regular inmate.
OJ won’t be locked in a room so he can be safe from other inmates to be protected, he’ll be able to spend time with other inmates. The Juice will be in a small cell and he probably will be in a cell with another inmate, as most prisons has two inmates for each cell.
Meals will cost $2.18 per day and per inmate with inmates being forced to have a strict diet, but they will get priviliges to eat good meals like hamburgers, hot dogs, pizza, and chicken.
Gabriel Grasso, one of Juice’s attorney’s, claims other prisoners will treat him well and make friends with him because the Juice has been buying other inmates snacks in the small county jail. Sorry Grasso buddy, but a “prison” is NO county jail. Inmates in a prison act differently than inmates in a county jail, big difference.
Most state prison inmates aren’t very nice people. Most don’t want to be talked with or don’t want to be messed with, you can even get beaten badily by a group of inmates even if you look at them for a second.
OJ will learn what a real prison is all about and seriously, I don’t think he’ll be able handle it, although, the Juice seems like a tough guy in the real world. Sure, there will be a lot of inmates that will think OJ is a god of a legend and they will be thrilled that a famous person is in their prison, but I’m sure there will be a few inmates in there that won’t be too fond of him. There will be a few in there that will be jealous of him and will hate him as well.
The prison life is no fun and he’ll realize it as soon as he spends his first night there. If you think prison life is easy and would be no problem, then you’re so wrong. Watch the reality show “Lock Up” on MSNBC, the shows are about what life in prison is like around the U.S. I watch MSNBC a lot because they have good shows on there and “Lock Up” is pretty interesting.
Some said here in my blog that the prison will treat OJ like a celebrity, well, I don’t think so. He’s not gonna like it, trust me. He’ll continue to fight to get released. Just had to prove my point.
When OJ is gone, I don’t see him being gone for good. Expect OJ to do in prison interviews with Matt Lauer, Oprah, Barbara Walters, etc. TV will be all over it.
Edit to add: Just found a video the Associated Press made of what it looks like at High Desert State Prison. Have fun Juice!