O.J. Simpson Allegedly Confessed To The Murders To His Book Publisher

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O.J. Simpson’s book publisher Judith Regan claimed that he confessed to the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman to her.

Regan was contacted by a lawyer for Simpson who said he was ready to “confess” to the infamous murders as part of a book deal.

“The only condition that he had is that he didn’t want to call the book ‘I did it.’ He wanted to put an ‘if’ in front of it so that he had deniability with his children,” Regan told said during an interview for the “OJ Simpson: The Lost Confession?” special, according to the clip released by TMZ.

His book “If I Did It” has been a launching pad for speculation that he is one hundred percent guilty.

Again, how does O.J. allow this stuff to happen? He was charged with two brutal murders, acquitted and he just couldn’t keep his mouth shut.

I was a very young child when the gruesome murders happened, and I obviously don’t remember any of it. However, I have spent a lot of time researching the issue, and the fact Simpson got off is mind-boggling to me. It makes no sense.

We can all find out more details when the special airs Sunday at 8 EST.

You can buy “If I Did It: Confessions of the Killer” Here

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