Friday, 19 October, 2018

Watch What's Being Called OJ Simpson's "Lost Confession"

Watch What's Being Called OJ Simpson's Watch What's Being Called OJ Simpson's "Lost Confession"
Kristopher Love | 08 March, 2018, 02:58

O.J. Simpson appears at an evidentiary hearing in Clark County District Court May 16, 2013 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The panelists will provide analysis and context for O.J. Simpson's wide-ranging, no-holds-barred interview with Regan from a dozen years ago.

Soledad O'Brien will host the two-hour special, and will be joined by a panel of analysts who will discuss the interview as well as the historic case that captivated the country. Simpson: "The Lost Confession", after multiple Fox affiliates and the Brown and Goldman families raised objections.

Then he talks about a bloke called "Charlie" who came round on the night of the murder.

"This is very hard for me to do this". But Simpson occasionally switches from speaking about the hypothetical murderer and his pal Charlie in third person to referring to himself as the killer.

Simpson talks about how "difficult" it is for him to speak in hypothetical terms. He says the killer then "blacks out" and then comes back to his senses "covered in blood". "And I don't know why he went by Nicole's house but he told me, 'You wouldn't believe what's going on over there.' And I remember thinking whatever's going on over there, it's gotta stop". Five days after the actual murder, Simpson rode in a white Bronco-driven by his friend Al Cowlings-as it led police on an intense chase along the Los Angeles freeway.

Questions remain on how much of Simpson's fictional version of events could be based on fact, but one thing is certain: Brown and Goldman were found savagely slain on June 12, 1994 in front of her home in Brentwood, just as Simpson described.

The special, which was originally shelved by Fox, is set to air Sunday at 8 p.m. ET.