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OJ Simpson fined $25,000 for signal stealing

But man is appealing
Wed Jul 27 2005, 16:20
DIRECTV said that OJ Simpson will have to pay $25,000 after a civil court found he had tapped into its signals using bootloading devices.

According to the Chicago Tribune, Simpson will appeal the case, because he neither knew nor should have known devices in a house he owned were illegal.

But, said his lawyer, Simpson wasn't living in his house at the time.

Chicago Tribune


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