Part of it in reading back was almost cathartic for me. But nearly 25 years after the murders, she said the pain was still raw for some of the panelists. He was playing along with the premise. New subscribers can take advantage! There, they met Goldman, who claimed he was at the house to drop off glasses. Simpson finally aired Sunday and left a lot of viewers believing that Simpson might have actually confessed to the June 1994 murders of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman.
The next thing he does remember is seeing everything covered in blood. During their conversation, Simpson, in his own words, offers a detailed — and disturbing — description of what might have happened on that fateful night of June 12, 1994. The special was shelved, and the book later finally published by the Goldman family. However, the Goldman family was on board with the interview airing, because, as mentioned before, they viewed it as Simpson's way of confessing to the murder. On the other hand, it's apparently well known to cops that if a recently divorced woman gets killed especially if it's up close and personal , go find her ex. In any case, a verbal fight ensued.
It was the Fox Broadcasting Network. Dear also interviewed workers at the restaurant and discovered Jason had actually closed the kitchen early that night because business was slow. Simpson says the killer started screaming, Nicole came to the front door, the killer blacked out and when he came to he was covered in blood. What do you make of the bizarre Bronco chase? Tweet and Facebook us your thoughts! The pair then hypothetically went to the home, where they were hypothetically confronted by both Simpson's ex-wife and her friend. I may have seen him around, but I really didn't recognize him to be anyone. Simpson's acquittal in the murder trial was seen at the time as a miscarriage of justice, and remains controversial to this day.
At the end of the interview, Simpson told Regan that he was not surprised by the verdict. It's a pretty weak story. He says the killer saw candles in Nicole's window, looking like a man was coming over and suddenly Ron Goldman appeared. The 2016 documentary explores one of the most infamously unanswered. If this interview could even be made into something that looks incriminating using misleading cuts, it's worth something. The family believed that the book was Simpson's way of confessing to the crime, so when they released it, they retitled the book, If I Did It: Confessions of the Killer.
And there's a good chance that's what O. Plus, you can cancel anytime. He described how the footage of the interview was unearthed years later. New subscribers can sign up for a! I don't see how this is any more a confession than the existence of the book was in the first place. He then claims he must have left his glove. More information on all of these incredible services and free trials! In a 2013 hearing, Simpson was paroled on five of the lesser charges against him. You can listen to his podcast and if you are interest in this crime it is worth listening to all I think it is episodes 7-20 for the Simpson stuff.
It sounds like a confession, but the entire premise is what he would've done if he were responsible, which makes any lapses into first person amount to basically nothing. Simpson, a former football and movie star, received a 33-year sentence in 2008 for armed robbery and kidnapping stemming from a failed attempt the previous year to recover sports memorabilia from two collectors at a Las Vegas hotel. The interview with Simpson in 2006 never aired because Fox decided to pull it after facing serious backlash from the general public. The pair then hypothetically went to the home, where they were hypothetically confronted by both Simpson's ex-wife and her friend. I think everything was covered, would have been covered in blood.
In November 2006, Fox was before Rupert Murdoch personally announced that it was going to be axed. This is the first time that the interview has ever aired because News Corporation originally cancelled the special after receiving harsh criticism. It amounts to absolutely zilch. To see him give this interview is his enormous ego and thinking he is smarter than everyone. Except I'm standing there and there's all kind of stuff around. But he was too convincing to not be real. We are using Facebook commenting.
A guy I really didn't recognize. At first, Simpson agreed to turn himself into police, but he no-showed the appointment. Sun Entertainment Editor Mark Daniell and crime reporter Brad Hunter tackle these questions and more! New subscribers can sample the! The program will air with limited commercial interruptions in exchange for ads advocating for domestic violence awareness. The guy is an appalling example of humanity. Executive producer Terry Wrong said the interview was initially kept from airing because the families of the murder victims didn't want Simpson to profit from its release.
His passions are superhero films and cats. Johnny Cochran was right that there was a 'rush to judgement' but that doesn't mean that the cops were wrong. If you just want to hear him talk about the Jason theory is the best episode. At least one gun was drawn, and the judge at the time emphasized the potential violence of the situation, saying someone could have been killed. For over a decade, the tapes of that infamous interview were lost — until now.
He was arrested and charged with both murders on June 17, 1994, and following a highly publicized trial, a jury found Simpson not guilty for both. Most of the first-print copies were destroyed in 2006, and the ones that didn't get destroyed became collector's items. Simpson says, hypothetically, he and Charlie drove to Nicole's with a cap, gloves and a knife under the seat and parked in the alley. He remembers dropping bloody clothes in a bundle. He was released from prison in October after spending 9 years behind bars.