Is This O.J. Simpson’s Confession? Never-Before-Seen Interview Reveals New Explosive Details

March 5, 2018

In 1995, America was gripped by what later became one of the most iconic murder trials in history. It ended with the acquittal of O.J. Simpson, the star NFL player, of murder of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown, and her friend, Ronald Goldman.


Many of us still remember the infamous police chase on the day of the footballer’s arrest. And the attention of many was caught by 133 days of testimony aired on TV. Despite the overwhelming DNA evidence, his Dream Team managed to convince the jury to find him not guilty.


But was he really innocent?

Now, it seems that that there are more details that can shed the light on the notorious case. 12 years ago, Simpson gave an interview in which he talked about how he could have killed the victims. And one of these revelations was that he might have had an accomplice.

On March 11, 2018, Fox will finally air this unseen confession. The two-hour special will also include the discussion of a panel of analysts.


What does Simpson do now?

In fact, he is a free man now as he was released from prison in 2017 after having spent 9 years in it (this time, for armed robbery). After the release, Simpson decided to start a new chapter and focus on friends, kids, and golf.


But he still needs to meet with parole officers and avoid alcohol and drugs.

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