Sunday, January 14, 2007

O.J. Simpson: Maybe I Did It

A chapter of O.J. Simpson's unpublished book, If I Did It, was leaked to Newsweek magazine.

Here's what it had to maybe say:

After attending his daughter's (Sydney) dance recital, Simpson writes that he is angry over his wife's (Nicole Brown) behavior.

This prompts O.J. to rush back to his wife's condo, hide in the back alley, and wait to "scare" her.

After her daughter's recital, the Brown family dines at the restaurant where Goldman (the other victim that night) works as a waiter.

Once finished, Nicole arrives at her condo, followed by Goldman, who is returning Nicole's mom's glasses that she had forgotten at the table they dined at.

Simpson then confronts Nicole and accuses her of wanting sexual relations with the waiter. Both deny it.

Nicole then tells O.J. to leave when O.J. notices that Nicole's dog, Kato, walks up to Goldman in a nonthreatening manner.

O.J. then concludes that Goldman has been to Nicole's condo before.

All of a sudden, Nicole charges at O.J., and he forcefully pushes her away where she falls and hits her head hard on the concrete walkway.

Goldman assumes a karate stance and O.J. writes, " Then something went horribly wrong, and I know what happened, but I can't tell you exactly how. "

When Simpson finally regains his composure, he realizes that he's drenched in blood and holding a blood covered knife.

He runs back out to the alley and strips down to his socks and rolls the bloody knife and clothes into a small pile.

O.J. then makes the claim that an unwilling accomplice named "Charlie" was there to help him dispose of the murder weapon and clothes.

Now I don't need to read the book when or if it gets published.

I wonder what Robert Blake thinks about all this?



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