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O.J. Blames Ghost Writer Over Murder Book


O.J. Simpson claims his book, “If I Did It” was penned by a ghost writer and full of errors.  The former football star talked about the book Tuesday in an Internet interview streamed live by the Dallas-based website Market News First.  Simpson says he doesn’t care that the Goldman’s have the book.

The hypothetical account of the killing of Simpson’s ex-wife was scrapped shortly before its scheduled release late last year after public outrage about the account.  Simpson was acquitted of criminal charges in a sensational 1995 trial but was found liable for the deaths two years later in a civil case.  The Goldman’s were awarded 32-million-dollars in the civil judgement and haven’t received the money from Simpson.

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