AN INSIGHT INTO ‘O.J. SIMPSON: THE LOST CONFESSION?’March 12, 2018
The special aired an interview that O.J. Simpson did in 2006 to promote his book originally titled If I Did It. In this book, O.J. and a ghostwriter named Pablo Fenjves wrote a hypothetical story about how Simpson would have committed the murder of Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman. Simpson’s manager denied his involvement and said Simpson, regrettably, agreed to put his name on the book in exchange for money. It was later changed to If I Did It: Confessions of the Killer after the Goldman family acquired the rights to the book as part of the civil judgment.
The interview takes place with publisher Judith Regan and it never saw the light of day due to Simpson’s controversial and inappropriate responses.
Now, Soledad is bringing the tapes back 12 years later. She, alongside a panel of experts, dissect the interview. Soledad gives us an insight into the panel and what they add to the discussion. Soledad reveals if O.J Simpson and the families of Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman know about the special and how they feel about its release.
O.J. SIMPSON SPOTTED SWINGING GOLF CLUBS