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He was acquitted of the murders in 1995, but was found liable for the wrongful deaths of Brown and Goldman in a 1997 civil suit.
In 2007, the Goldman family was awarded rights to the book by a Florida bankruptcy court and went through with the publication, changing the title to "If I Did It: Confessions of the Killer." The book includes commentary from the Goldman family on why they went through with the publication, as well as a prologue written by the book's ghostwriter, Pablo Fenjves, in which he describes his meetings and conversations with Simpson.
In 2006, the announcement of a book by OJ Simpson in which he would give an allegedly hypothetical account of the murders of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown, and Ronald Goldman made waves. Shortly after the announcement, the book was canceled following outrage over Simpson profiting from the deaths.
Simpson: If I Did It, Here's How It Happened," the book was to be published by Regan Books, a division of Harper Collins.
If the early reports of the murder of the wife of the ex--NFL football star (turned-NBC-sports-announcer) hadn't caught people's full attention, Simpson's surreal Bronco ride on the day of his arrest certainly did--ninety-five million television viewers witnessed the slow police chase live. PST on October 3, Judge Ito's clerk read the jury's verdict of "Not Guilty," 91% of all persons viewing television were glued to the unfolding scene in the Los Angeles courtroom ....
An afterword written by journalist Dominick Dunne and an epilogue by Goldman-family attorney Peter Haven are also included.
Simpson and Brown dated for a number of years before his divorce with his first wife was finalized.
At his 400-acre ranch in Mount Calm, Texas, a dummy of a one-armed bandit hangs from a gallows.
Study the iconic photographs of the 20th century's most high-profile crimes and odds are Bill Dear will be lurking somewhere in the background.