Written by Travis Casey
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Topics: O. J. Simpson

Monday, 19 February 2007

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Doc Sun has some unorthodox techniques

Miami - O. J. Simpson is behind bars again and once again charged with assault. It remains to be seen if his dream team (minus Johnnie Cochran) can get him off once more, but it is rumoured that Simpson might not have enough money for legal defence and may have to rely on the public defender.

Simpson is charged with the assault of dog trainer, Doc. Sun. It is alleged that Simpson and Doc. Sun had a falling out over Sun's charges for training Simpson's dog.

Simpson had taken his German Shepherd, Bronco, to Doc. Sun to learn basic commands. Sun had agreed to teach Bronco 10 new commands for $30 per command, and guaranteed the ten commands.

Doc. Sun's secretary, Dalmay Shun, said that Simpson was outraged when he received an invoice for $5,000. Miss Shun claims that Doc. Sun said that Bronco had some form of Alzheimer. Sun would teach Bronco a command, but two days later the dog would forget the command and Doc. Sun would have to teach him again. So in effect, it was like teaching a dog 167 new commands.

Dalmay Shun said " O. J. was incandescent with rage. He said he knew how to deal with short little Germans. I never saw Doc. Sun again after that conversation."

Simpson denies the charge and stated that when the trail is over, he will write a book. "If I was going to kill Doc. Son, I'd use a Sausage Grinder."

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