A previously not broadcast interview with O. J. Simpson from 2006 on the American television Sunday for consternation ensured. Many viewers expressed on social media outrage over the way in which Simpson spoke about his ‘hypothetical’ involvement in the murders of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman.
The interview took at that time place as a result of the book If I Did It, that the former sportsman and actor, together with a ghostwriter released. The book would be at the end of 2006 come true, eleven years after O. J. was acquitted of the two murders. In If I Did It he describes how he murders would have been committed if he had done that.
Under the pressure of public opinion were the four hundred thousand printed copies of the book destroyed before it ever came out, and was the broadcast of the interview will be cancelled.
Later they bought the relatives of Ron Goldman the rights of the book, and brought it out under a new title. To If I Did It was the caption, “confessions of a murderer” is added.