O.J. Simpson: The Lost Confession?

Last October (Oct. 2017) O.J. Simpson was released from prison after serving nine years for several offences including robbery, weapons and assault convictions. He may have served his time for those convictions but the question still remains, did he get away with murder?

Twelve years ago a shocking interview with publisher Judith Regan and OJ himself took place, it was intended to promote his book If I Did It and it is the first time ever OJ has ever publicly addressed what happened on the night of June 12,1994 when Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman were brutally murdered. Although the interview itself was prevented from being aired by the victims family as they didn’t want OJ profiting from their tragic loss.

Only now that he has been released from prison have the families agreed to allow it be shown as they want people to see the real O.J. Although the recounting of the incident itself is being called “hypothetical” by O.J. it becomes very clear that this may very well be a confession.


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  • zenqi

    Wow. After seeing and hearing OJ describe in his own way, in his own words, the night and moment of the murders, I would be unable to understand how anyone could doubt that he killed Nicole and Ron.

    • leslie graham

      Nobody does doubt that he killed them. There is no debate and there never was. He got away with murder because he was rich and famous. End of.