O.J. To “Tell His Story” In … Dallas?

MN1, a little-known start-up Net network from Dallas that usually covers the stock market bottom-feeders (microcap stocks trading on the pink sheets…you know, that sorta stuff), says it will have a live interview today with with O.J. Simpson at 5 p.m. Who is the interviewer? Kate Delaney, the former Sports Princess at The Ticket and a longtime radio journalist in town. The first 30 minutes are scripted questions, and the last 30 minutes he will supposedly take calls and e-mail questions. Anyway, just got off the phone with Mike Gould from MN1, and he says, yes, Simpson will be in studio.

[Why do I feel creepy just having typed this?]

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2 responses to “O.J. To “Tell His Story” In … Dallas?”

  1. […] In case you missed it yesterday — and I almost did — Brendan Case and Michael Grabell wrote a heckuva story in the DMN’s business section. Remember MN1.com? The Dallas-based site that typically covers penny stocks but somehow got a sit-down with O.J. Simpson? Case and Grabell wrote about its founder Joshua Lankford. The 33-year-old entrepreneur was recently barred from the securities industry for allegedly pimping stocks on MN1 that his companies had major stakes in. The story, though, is much juicier than that. For instance, there’s a high-speed car chase: In 2005, police tried to pull Mr. Lankford over after clocking the Lamborghini going 80 mph in a 35-mph zone. According to the police report, Mr. Lankford led officers on a car chase in the Knox-Henderson area, got out at a bar, threw his keys to a valet and fled on foot. When caught, he told police he was laughing throughout the chase, the report said. […]

  2. […] Or here, where I talked about how I got hired to work at the company in its early months. And even here, when everyone expressed extreme shock that O.J. Simpson would agree to a series of interviews on […]