It is now twenty-four years since the murder case of OJ Simpson however, it is still something people are fascinated with and continue to bring up. With OJ recently being released from jail for a separate crime, it drew some headlines. But what more recently drew headlines was an interview that got released in a Fox Special, “OJ Simpson: The Lost Confession” where OJ tells the story of what he would have hypothetically done if he was the murderer of Nicole Brown and Ronald Goldman.
Although the special and interview was just recently released to the public, the interview was not a new one. The interview was done all the way back in 2006. The interview was made to help promote the book , “If I did It” but the interview was never released.
During the interview Simpson told the whole story of how he hypothetically would have killed Brown and Goldman. Simpson also told the story of how this hypothetical Charlie went to the house and committed the crime. Simpson with detail described the crime, how it was committed and then what the scene of the crime looked like. As the interview went on however Simpson stopped saying hypothetically and just said “I” did this or said “I” instead of Charlie. Simpson would then be questioned by the interviewer Judith Regan about him saying “I”. After Regan mentioning this Simpson would try to fix his mistake and say oh yea I mean hypothetically. Judith Regan was not only the interviewer of this 2006 interview but was the publisher of the book If I Did It.”
So here is OJ Simpson literally telling the story of how he murdered Goldman and Brown and it is just stunning to many people that Simpson was never punished for this. Most people at this point would say if you didn’t think Simpson was guilty from day one, there is no possible way that you could possibly think he is innocent after this interview came out. Simpson essentially told the story of how he murdered Brown and Goldman.
This interview very quickly went from a hypothetical story of what happened to a first person confession. This story and interview is fascinating to watch and listen to, even all these years later. It’s hard to think about how Simpson has gotten away with all of this for all these years when the public almost unanimously feels he is guilty.