If I Did It: Confession of the Killer Hardcover – 18 Oct 2007
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In 1994, Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman were brutally murdered at her home in Brentwood, California. Her former husband OJ Simpson was tried for the murder after fleeing on live TV in a Ford Bronco with a gun and thousands of dollars. This book reveals how he committed the murders, hypothetically.
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The murder confession chapter is also enlightening to anyone still interested in this case. (Guilty, your honour!) OJ invents a kind of blackout at the point of killing Ron and Nicole, but even allowing for that, if one disregards the unsubtle lies and self-justifications of the account, bits of likely truth are clearly there in OJs description and attitude. 'Charlie' helped him kill them. That I don't doubt. Lethal stuff, especially if taken by a violent psychotic.
Worth buying, particularly as the money doesn't go to the murderer.
Nonetheless, it is difficult to see why he should have co-operated with this venture, unless it was to thumb his nose at a justice system that cleared him of the charges.Read more ›
It's amazing what money can buy you. I think the Goldman's made the right decision to publish this book, it is a confession from OJ and tells you pretty much everything. Shame you have to listen to his rambling complaints about Nicole, bit cheeky seeing as he stabbed her to death but then he has no scruples so to be expected.
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Good book, could not put it down. Great to see proceeds have gone to the right placePublished 2 months ago by Nathan wilkinson
Having watched American crime story on TV was interested to actually hear his side . Have came away after reading with my feelings confirmed that he did it and got away with itPublished 2 months ago by Scoobs
A very captivating read, that shows a real insight into the most talked about criminal case in American History at the time.Published 2 months ago by Athithya