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O.J. Does It -- "If I Did It" Book to Be Released

Society & Culture  (tags: O.J. Simpson, book, world, humans, celebrity )

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Now the world can finally find out how O.J. Simpson "did it." The controversial O.J. book, "If I Did It," will be repackaged and published, a New York literary agent announced today. In a statement, a rep for the agent proclaimed, "The family and publish


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Tuesday August 14, 2007, 1:10 pm

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Tuesday August 14, 2007, 1:11 pm

RC deWinter (418)
Tuesday August 14, 2007, 2:36 pm
he's a scumsucking l,owlife opportunist - the only people who will read it are the fans of the STAR and the NATIONAL ENQUIRER...ugh

Karen K (56)
Tuesday August 14, 2007, 3:45 pm
ditto to what Cate said, though she said it nicer then I would have.

Brenda H (29)
Tuesday August 14, 2007, 5:36 pm

Shirin V (63)
Tuesday August 14, 2007, 5:56 pm
urgh! shame on anyone who actually goes and buys the book.

Linda D (41)
Tuesday August 14, 2007, 8:54 pm
OJ has no rights to the book. The Goldman family are panning for gold and want the book to be published and a movie made and most of the profits will go to the Goldman's for their personal use. The Goldmans sued for rights to the book and excluded the Brown family, who originally were offered a small sum by the Goldman's to sign away any interest in the story and their right to make any comment. The Goldman family had been in secret negotiations with a publishing house and film studio and withheld this information from the Brown family. If I recall there were two victims here, one was Nicole Brown and the other Ron Goldman. The Browns are furious, and if there was any deal made, they thought their foundation in Nicole's memory and for the benefit of her two children, should receive half of any profits. Unlike the Goldmans, the Brown family would not receive any money and never sought to make a profit from this tragedy. Looks like Father Goldman $struck$ a deal with the judge and will reap all the profits. I think it's very unjust and relfects badly on the Goldman family.

"Last month, a federal judge granted the rights to the book to the family of Ron Goldman as part of the $33.5 million in damages Simpson owes them. Portions of the proceeds will go to the Ron Goldman Foundation for Justice"

Blacktiger P (247)
Wednesday August 15, 2007, 3:46 am

Carol Anne Knapp (123)
Wednesday August 15, 2007, 5:45 am
I like what Gail King said, she judges people she meets as potential dates on whether or not they think OJ is guilty or innocent. Those that think he is innocent she does not go out with LOL. I think this is a real tragedy for his kids, how are they ever going to cope knowing he didn't go to prison and being exposed to him in such an unhealthy lie all thier lives.
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