In my opinion, O.J. Simpson absolutely killed Nicole Brown and Ronald Goldman. I understand the whole "innocent until proven guilty" thing, but the evidence was just too damning.
The trial of O.J. Simpson was well-documented on TV, in papers, and basically anywhere else that covered news. In 1994, O.J. Simpson was alleged to have killed his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ronald Goldman. His lawyer, Robert Kardashian, worked hard to let O.J. walk free, and it worked. Because one of the gloves in evidence didn't fit, O.J. Simpson was found not guilty of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman's murders.
When Simpson walked free, he wrote a book about the murders called "If I Did It." Seriously. The entire book was a hypothetical detail-for-detail account of just how he would have murdered those people.
Here is an actual excerpt, referencing the famous moment when he was asked to try on the alleged gloves used in the murder and they didn't fit, which was a huge breakthrough in the case.
"If I had actually done it... I would have brought my good gloves that day. I would have thought it was a shame they shrunk when I left them out on the patio, but I would have brought them just the same. They were my lucky gloves, and I would have needed them cause I was going to stab my slut of a wife... hypothetically."�
Hypothetically, it sounds like someone who is definitely guilty.
At the time of his book release, O.J. wrote gave an interview with Judith Regan, who helped the accused murdered write his book. That interview never made it to air, but it never fully went away.
According to sources who have seen the interview, O.J. Simpson makes some shocking revelations.
Airing March 11th on FOX, viewers can expect to get some chilling admissions from O.J. Simpson about the night Nicole Brown and Ronald Goldman were killed. Apparently, the interview is essentially a confession of sorts.
Simpson talked about how the murders might have been committed, similar to in his book. He then goes on to talk at-length about an accomplice who hypothetically helped kill Brown and Goldman. The accomplice is never named, but it's clear that O.J. (hypothetically) did not act alone.
As for his version of events, Simpson said he went to Brown's house to "scare the s*** out of her." He and his friend took the Bronco, and he brought a knife and wore a hat and gloves for "dramatic effect." Apparently (and hypothetically) O.J. looked into the house and saw his ex "expecting a man to show up." That man was Goldman, who appeared with a pair of sunglasses that Brown's mom had forgotten at the restaurant where he worked. Simpson became enraged, blacked out, and then came to covered in blood.
The interview could be the evidence the prosecution wished they had during O.J.'s trial. It's also interesting that it's be released after O.J. was granted parole. Odds are, if this interview is as damning as we're lead to believe, that wouldn't have happened.