Sleuthing Out the New O.J. Simpson Murders: Money Made Them Do It
I gave nearly two years of my life to Orenthal James “O.J.” Simpson, which of course is a pittance compared to the price Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman paid.
I drew some lessons from the 20 months I covered the murder investigation and criminal and civil trials:
First, while bizarre is one of the most overused words in the news media lexicon, the saga of O.J. Simpson is beyond bizarre.
Second, no one who got sucked into or willingly entered the black hole that was the Trial of the Century, as well as everything that came before and after it, escapes unscathed.
Third, I’ll be writing about O.J. until the day my feeble fingers slip from a computer keyboard for the last time.
These lessons are yet again on full display as “If I Did It,” The Juice’s non-confession confession, which once seemed to be as dead as Nicole and Ron, lurches toward publication.
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