O.J. Simpson Had an Accomplice If He Did It


O.J. Simpson probably got away with murder. I think almost everyone in the world thinks he did that s**t. Now, O.J. was acquitted, and that means even if he goes on TV and says he killed his ex-wife and a guy who happened to be bringing her some things she left at a resuraunt, he can never be tried for it again. And he basically not only admitted to it, but he admitted he had an accomplice, too.

You see, way back in 2006, O.J. Simpson was involved in writing the book If I Did It for HarperCollins, and he recorded an interview with publisher Judith Regan that was going to air on Fox, both of which are owned by News Corp. Backlash caused the Murdoch-owned companies to get cold feet and the book and interview were both shelved. While the book was eventually published by a small, independent publisher called Beaufort Books, the interview has never aired. But now that he’s out of jail, Fox has decided to air what amounts to O.J.’s confession, putting enough people before and after saying that murder is bad to give them a pass for profiting off of a murder and to pad the whole thing out to two hours. TMZ has the details of the upcoming special, including that Simpson says wasn’t alone when he committed the murders. Hypothetically.

Simpson’s scenario goes like this … he went to her house the evening of June 12, 1994, to “scare the s*** out of her.” He took the Bronco to her home with his friend, brought a knife and put a hat and gloves on for dramatic effect.

Simpson then says he looked in Nicole’s window … saw burning candles and believed she was expecting a man to show up. Just then Ron, a waiter from the restaurant where she had just dined, appeared with a pair of sunglasses Nicole’s mom had forgotten at the restaurant. Simpson started screaming in rage, Nicole came running out … and at that point he says he “blacked out” and came to covered in blood.

I mean, he did that s**t, right? He was found civilly liable, so I think we’re allowed to say he did it. His unnamed accomplice doesn’t have legal protection from double jeopardy, though, so it’s no wonder Simpson isn’t flat-out admitting what we all already know. Bros before justice for brutal double homicides.

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