OJ Simpson reveals 'hypothetical' murder details in 2006 interview

OJ Simpson reveals 'hypothetical' murder details in 2006 interview

Fox News said Sunday's program was not aimed at uncovering new evidence but was a contribution to the Simpson story.

Judith Regan, who conducted the interview in 2006 for the book, "If I Did It", pressed Simpson: "What kind of stuff?" Simpson: The Lost Confession? on Sunday, March 11. "The hashtag "#DidOJConfess" was trending on Twitter throughout the broadcast.

The interview can only be described as harrowing, with Simpson taking a borderline jovial tone while discussing the "hypothetical" murders. Now, for the first time, we're hearing him talk about the crimes hypothetically, in an interview with publisher Judith Regan that was taped in 2006. The interview was originally done to promote his book "If I Did It".

Before getting to the night of the murders, O.J. gave a recap of his backstory with Nicole. It was also the episode where the famous "Lisa needs braces!" scene appeared.

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"I don't think two people could be murdered the way they were without everybody being covered in blood", he said. "Somehow, I came out of all of that because of that night as the poster boy of an abuser".

"I received a phone call from an attorney who said that O.J. was ready to confess", Regan said in an outtake (h/t TMZ).

"I always kept a knife in the auto for the crazies and stuff because you can't travel with a gun". Once at his ex-wife's house, O.J. claimed he ran into Ron Goldman, a man he didn't know.

Simpson said that when he was in the vehicle with Cowlings, he was planning on going to Nicole's grave, but after listening to the radio, he made a decision to just go home.

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"I just remember Nicole fell and hurt herself, and this guy kinda got into a karate thing", Simpson said of Goldman. He then said Goldman assumed a martial arts stance, and Simpson said he recalled grabbing the knife. Simpson claims he doesn't remember what happened after that.

"I and Charlie drove to Nicole's with a cap, gloves and a knife under the seat and parked in the alley". He responded by saying "Whatever is going on it's gotta stop". So yeah, I think everything was covered, would have to be covered in blood... He may try to describe it as a hypothetical, but of course it becomes "I.' "I did this"; 'I felt this"; 'I saw this.' This notion of Charlie?

When Regan asks him "about removing a glove before taking the knife from Charlie", Simpson replies, "You know I have no conscious memory of doing that, but obviously I must have because they found the glove there".

"And in the mood I was in, I started having words with him". "It was absolutely awful".

In the interview, Simpson described Goldman as "a guy that I didn't really recognize".

Simpson alternates between talking about Charlie and speaking in first person.

Another said, "This whole interview is going to be used in psychology classes & the study of human sociopathic behavior". After a Florida court awarded the rights to the book to the Goldman family, a revised version was eventually published. While many took to social media to relay this sentiment, other met it with explanations and conspiracy theories of their own, supporting the not guilty verdict handed down in 1994 when O.J. was infamously acquitted of the murders.

Simpson was released on parole last fall after serving nine years in a Nevada prison.

Simpson also shed light on the infamous low-speed police chase that preceded his arrest. He told me, "You wouldn't believe what's going on over there".

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