Felix, now retired and the author of Guarding The Juice, said Simpson is fearful that the media attention surrounding the parole hearing could hurt his chances of getting out. Simpson has already served his minimum sentence.
Those parole board commissioners must decide whether one of the most infamous men in the nation, imprisoned almost a decade ago for a bungled Las Vegas robbery, walks out of prison.
O.J. Simpson's parole hearing is scheduled for Thursday..
The five-part ESPN documentary, unlike the FX series, did explore the Las Vegas heist in detail, and how Simpson, a one-time football great who parlayed his success into roles in television, advertising, and movies, robbed two sports memorabilia dealers at gunpoint in a Las Vegas hotel room.
USA Today reports that the parole is mostly determined by a "points system", and any personal feelings the parole board has about Simpson's past murder trial involving Nicole Simpson and Ron Goldman will be ignored.
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Walter Alexander avoided jail time by testifying against Simpson.
The commissioners will examine Simpson's behavior in prison, and ask him questions about his plans for the future - including where he intends to live if released. The commission usually includes seven members, but now it has only six because a vacancy occurred June 30 and the replacement will not begin until after Simpson's hearing.
Simpson's cohort in the crime, Clarence "C.J". Galanter called that "the clearest indicator" Simpson will be granted parole on the remaining counts Thursday.
Simpson, 70, will participate by video conference from about 100 miles away at Lovelock Correctional Center, where he has been imprisoned since December 2008.
If the six votes are split, a subsequent parole hearing will be held in January 2018.
The four members of the Nevada Board of Parole Commissioners will consider Simpson's case at 1 p.m. "A decision (on Simpson) is being made at the time of the hearing so that the board's operation can return to normal as soon as possible after the hearing". "It's so important to treat everyone the same".