ORLANDO, FL (WAVE) - Restaurant owner Jeff Ruby took out a half page ad in the Orlando Sentinel over the weekend criticizing the Casey Anthony verdict.
Ruby kept it short and simple -- writing the words "unreasonable doubt" and "Orlando justice" focusing on the "O" and the "J."
Several years ago Ruby famously kicked-out OJ Simpson from eating in his Louisville restaurant Jeff Ruby's during Derby week -- saying he felt justice was not served.
Ruby says it hits close to home because he suffered personally from a homicide.
"I've been upset ever since my wife's little brother was murdered," said Ruby. "He was like a son to me, sat through that trial in '93 and listen to a lawyer lie about that murder."
Ruby would not say how much he paid to place the ad.
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