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If I Did It: Confession of the Killer Hardcover – 18 Oct 2007

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  • Hardcover: 256 pages
  • Publisher: Gibson Square; First edition (18 Oct. 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1906142084
  • ISBN-13: 978-1906142087
  • Product Dimensions: 13.8 x 2 x 21.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 305,691 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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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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As much as I didn't really want to know what the fantasist thought about it all I had to and I take my hat off to the other family for sticking there neck out and getting at least one thing up on that waste of space of a man.
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One of the things that Daniel Petrocelli, the prosecutor in the civil case against OJ realised was that the more OJ speaks the more he condemns himself. OJ's narrative account of his marriage to Nicole is fascinating, because it gives - against his intentions, presumably - a clear insight into his personality. Nicole, according to OJ, was an 'accident waiting to happen'.

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.
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Great read and if ever there was a confession laid out, well, read this one! But whatever side of the fence you sit on, it's a great insight into OJ's version of events and his psychological disposition. Glad it was finally published in the manner it was, for the families!
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This is an incredibly intense read. Even for those of you out there who may not remember all the details of the gruesome, ghastly murders that took place more than a decade ago, this book will send chills up and down your spine. The 'what if' confession is no fiction if you ask me; only a true psychotic megalomaniac can come up with such a justification for murdering his wife, the mother of his children, as well as an innocent bystander. The fact that this book is now being used against OJ Simpson, the moving introduction by the Goldman family, the revealing and chilling descriptions by the ghost writer about his time working with OJ Simpson to put this book together, all these elements will definitely make it worth your while. Highly recommended, but not for the faint of heart!
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OJ Simpson certainly does a good job of exonerating himself from some of the charges levelled against him – and I don’t mean the murders of his ex-wife and Ron Goldman. I can quite see why the Brown family refused to have anything to do with it. He quashes several widely-held beliefs by simply inverting them: according to him, he was by no means physically violent towards this wife; on the contrary, he was on several occasions attacked by her and sought only to retreat from her flailing hands and feet. The police were called and cynically decided that he was the ideal poster boy for domestic violence, thus did he earn his unmerited reputation. Likewise, he did not stalk his ex-wife; it was she who initiated then regretted the divorce proceedings and was constantly demanding to be allowed to move back into the marital home. She emerges from the pages as a high-handed airhead, developing inexplicable antipathies to his friends, imperiously demanding that he sack domestic staff and get rid of house guests. He hints at drug use, alcohol abuse and an obsession with remaining youthful. He mocks her choice of a short skirt for a recital at her children’s school: ‘What does she see when she looks in the mirror?’ In short, he implies, he could not have murdered her in a jealous rage because he had already tired of her. He depicts himself as resigned to her presence in his life as the mother of his children, a permanent and irksome feature as the result of her unpredictable behaviour, with which his own stoic forbearance contrasts so favourably.

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.
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A real page turner, in fact i read the book in a day! I found OJ's description of events and his relationships incredibly narcissistic however perhaps this made it all the more intriguing. All in all a great read.
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hmmmm you really must read this book - i found it brought about more questions than answers., i actually stayed up all night to read it as i could not put it down
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How he got away with it is hard to believe until you read all the books on OJ, the confession by his Manager, the Vincent Bugliosi law view etc...

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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