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O.J. Simpson 'Hypothetically' Confesses He Had An Accomplice In The Murders Of Nicole Brown-Simpson & Ron Goldman In FOX Special — Video

By: Monya Fleming

O.J. Simpson 'Hypothetically' Confesses He Had An Accomplice In The Murders Of Nicole Brown-Simpson & Ron Goldman In FOX Special — Video
An interview filmed twelve years ago with OJ Simpson will finally air on Fox. Simpson will be seen giving his two cents on what happened on the night his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend Ron Goldman were murdered. 

The television special, "OJ Simpson: The Lost Confession?", was recorded 12 years ago in 2006. The interview is between OJ and television host Judith Regan, which focuses on the book, If I Did It.

The book, written by ghostwriter Pablo Fenjves, addresses the hypothetical scenario of what happened if Simpson had committed the murders.

Of course, Simpson who acquitted of the murders in 1995 after a lengthy trial. 

Sources associated with the television special revealed that Simpson discussed what he would have done if he had he killed his ex-wife and her friend. This reportedly includes stating that he would have used an accomplice.    

Simpson reportedly talks in the third person in the documentary, describing how the murders might have been committed. 

It is made to sound like a first-person account of what happened on the evening of June 12, 1994.  

Insiders have revealed that Simpson's hypothetical version of events includes that he went to Nicole's house that night to "scare the [expletive] out of her." 

Simpson said he would have taken his Bronco and driven to her home with a friend, who he did not name. The former football player said he would have taken a knife with him and put on a hat and gloves.  


Simpson went on to say that he would have looked through his former wife's window and seen candles, making him believe she was expecting a man to show up at her home. 




Simpson stated that around that time Ron Goldman would have possibly arrived, with a fight breaking out between them.




Nicole would have probably come running out after hearing the scuffled and Simpson stated he would have probably blacked out had he killed them before coming to covered in blood. 


The interview was given the axe after a massive public outcry and Fox's owner, News Corp, was forced to to admit that the television special was in bad taste. They apologized to the families of Goldman and Brown Simpson. 


In a promo video that was released on Thursday, Simpson is shown wearing a light blue polo shirt with a dark blue sports coat as he sits in a chair. 

He is shown stating, "Forget everything you think you know about that night, because I know the facts better than anyone. This is one story the whole world got wrong."  


The interview was shelved for all these years until several months ago. The television special will air on Fox on March 11. 


Brown Simpson and Goldman were found stabbed to death outside Brown Simpson's home in June 1994.


Simpson was tried and acquitted for their murders in 1995 in what has been referred to as the "Trial of the Century."


Many people believe that Simpson got away with murder. However, in 1997, a civil court jury found him liable for the wrongful death and battery of Goldman and battery of Brown Simpson and ordered the massive judgment against him.


It's a burden he's managed to successfully dodge despite a reported $25,000 monthly NFL pension and a nearly $5 million Screen Actor's Guild pension.



Simpson was released from prison last year on parole after spending a decade behind bars after participating in an armed robbery in Las Vegas. 


Fox has scheduled the special, hosted by Soledad O'Brien, to air on March 11 at 8 pm at the same time as the premiere episode of ABC’s "American Idol" revival.


Watch The Trailer Below: 



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