What You Didn't See O.J. Simpson Do Following Parole Board Decision
The man O.J. Simpson robbed, in a crime that put the disgraced NFL star behind bars for eight years, says he wishes he could've shaken his hand at Thursday's parole hearing. When Simpson learned he was going to be released, he pointed to Bruce Fromong and simply said: "Thank you!" Fromong gave testimony that helped Simpson's release. On the way out, Simpson looked at him and made a phone gesture with his hand, which Fromong took as a sign that he should call him, he told Inside Edition.