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Confession! Did O.J. Simpson Tell Oprah He Murdered Ron & Nicole?

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O.J. Simpson, the former football star who was famously acquitted of murdering his wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman can’t stay out of the press. Simpson is currently in Nevada’s Lovelock Correctional Center serving a minimum 9-year sentence for an armed robbery he and a five other men committed in a Las Vegas hotel room in 2007. Simpson isn’t known for being humble and reports say he is ready to tell Oprah to the truth of that happened the night Ron and Nicole were murdered. If the reports are correct, O.J. has already confessed to one of Oprah’s producers. According to the Daily Mail:

…reports [say] Simpson has already told one of her producers in an interview from jail that he knifed ex-wife Nicole in self-defence—a confession he will now repeat to the talk show queen during a spectacular televised sit down interview.

The chat, which would be held in prison, would be a huge coup for Oprah, whose network, OWN, has suffered a massive hit in ratings recently.…

According to the insider, Simpson recently decided to go through with the confession after he was contacted again by one of Oprah’s producers. ‘He told the producer: “Tell Oprah that yes, I did it. I killed Nicole, but it was in self-defense. She pulled a knife on me and I had to defend myself”,’ the insider was quoted as saying.

He reportedly then went on to give a full account of what happened on the night of the murders on June 12 1994.

Too little too late. It has been over a decade—offering the details of what he claims actually happen that night don’t lessen the blow of this horrific crime:

The former couple had got into an argument after Nicole was said to have snubbed Simpson when he interrupted a meal she was having at a restaurant with their children.

‘O.J. said he went home and kept getting angrier and angrier and worked himself into an absolute rage,’ the source told the Enquirer.

Simpson allegedly told the producer he ‘didn’t like the way she treated me in front of the kids at the restaurant. I didn’t like that she was routinely having guys have sex with her at her condo with the kids there.

‘I went over there to give her a piece of my mind,’ he was quoted as saying.

When he arrived and no one answered at the house, he started pounding the door and shouting, according to the report.

The door allegedly then swung open and Nicole was standing there with a kitchen knife in her hand.

‘O.J. told the producer, “she was yelling go away! Go away! And waving the knife around at me. At one point she was lunging at me with the knife and I was just trying to talk to her. Nicole stepped out of the apartment—slashing the knife in the air.

‘”I was in such a rage that something just snapped. I couldn’t take her constant taunting of me with other men or her using drugs and drinking while my kids were living with her. I went beserk.

‘”Before I knew what I was doing I took the knife away from Nicole and started slashing at her. I cut her over and over again until she was lifeless. I was shocked at my own anger—I had killed the woman I had loved for so long…”‘

He allegedly went on to tell the producer he also knifed Ron Goldman in self-defense as he tried to attack Simpson when he turned up at the home soon after and spotted Nicole’s body on the floor.

The gruesome crime was followed by one hell of a media spectacle. How could you forget the white Bronco?

After the bodies were found in a pool of blood on [Nicole's] driveway…Simpson, who has until now maintained he did not commit the murders, began a bizarre slow-speed car chase with police.

Almost 100 million people are thought to have watched the events live on television as the sports star held a gun to his head while being driven by a friend.

He was allegedly headed for the Mexican border with $5,000 dollars and his passport when he was tracked by authorities.

Eventually, 27 police cars trailed him until he surrendered on his mansion’s driveway an hour and a half later.

Despite huge amounts of evidence against Simpson, including bloodstains in his car, a glove holding DNA from the three, a sock engrained with traces of his victims’ blood on his bedroom carpet and tapes of a terrified Nicole begging police for help as Simpson hit her—he was acquitted of the murders.

O.J. Simpson was acquitted of this crimes on October 3, 1995 and do to a little legal rule known as double jeopardy, he can never again be tried for the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman.

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