O.J. Simpson's house in Florida is going into foreclosure.
And PETA wants to buy it!
PETA is asking JP Morgan, the bank who is repossessing the home, to donate it to them so they can turn it into a "Meat Is Murder" museum.
PETA's president wrote to JP Morgan's CEO:
"Our museum will remind visitors that violence may not always be preventable but that it sometimes can be prevented and that nonviolence begins on our plates.
For instance, many wonderful flesh-and-blood individuals—who feel pain and fear as acutely as humans do and who value their lives in much the same way—are knifed to death every day for nothing more than a fleeting taste of flesh."
Obviously PETA is making several references to O.J.'s murder case.
Now O.J. is currently serving 9 to 33 years in prison for armed robbery and kidnapping, and he owes almost $725,000.
Will JP Morgan donate 3/4 of a million dollars to PETA so they can make several bad puns about an over 15-year-old murder case and try and push vegetarianism?
We'll have to wait and see.
(Though we're guessing most likely no, it won't happen.)
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