Saturday, December 1, 2007

If I Did It

Okay, first let me say I know this is nerdy but I can't stop talking about this book. (I have told anyone who stands still long enough about it.) I just finished reading If I Did It Confessions of The Killer. This book is O.J. Simpsons hypothetical confession to killing both Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman. What innocent man would hypothetically confess to theft much less murder?
If you found yourself watching the infamous white Bronco chase or the court T.V. trials 13 years ago this book is definitely for you. Since this book is published by the Goldman family you can rest assured that O.J. will never see a cent off the book so go ahead and read it just to confirm your suspicions. It is amazing the number of inconsistencies you can find in O.J.'s story between the first five chapters, the hypothetical confession chapter, and even the transcripts from his police interview.
Here's my take...O.J. claims to have had a friend, Charlie, with him at the crime scene trying to talk some sense in to him. I think in reality Charlie was literally his conscience and he was alone on the night of the murders. Also, I think he calls his book If I Did it because even though he knows he did it he still can't believe it. I would definitely recommend this book! It was a very easy read and their is nothing like getting yourself all riled up about how ridiculous O.J. Simpson is.

3 comments:

little miss ayesha said...

You chose OJ over the star...

Linda Woods said...

I confess that I ordered this book, too! After seeing the Goldmans on Oprah, I HAD to!

feistyelizabeth said...

I was getting ready to pick up the phone to call you and tell you I wanted to borrow this book when I realized it was 10:52 p.m. I think I should wait until about 4:30 a.m. when it's more likely you'll be awake..