On the 25th anniversary of the notorious Chase Against the White Bronco, Ron Goldman's sister announced Monday that she blames the jury for committing O.J. did not condemn. Simpson for the murders of her brother and Nicole Brown Simpson.
Kim Goldman joined Fox & Friends to think about calling a suicide bomber O.J. Simpson was driven in June 1994 by his best friend and former teammate Al Cowlings on the highway to Los Angeles. Her family hoped that the incident would end peacefully so that the football legend could go to court and "find out what the truth is" was "about her brother's death."
In her podcast, Confrontation: OJ Simpson, Goldman discusses the process with several former jurors who blame her for the outcome of the trial.
"They were the decision makers," she said, "and if you listen to the podcast, two of the jury members tell me that we would never get a conviction." They believe in the plot.
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Goldman thought about the day after she found out that her brother had done it. She was murdered when she died attended the college in San Francisco. She watched the story go on the news before the local coroner told Ron that Ron was dead and watched my brother being thrown from the scene, "she said.
Simpson raised his eyebrows over the weekend when he created a Twitter account two days after the 25th anniversary of the killings.
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He resigned his presence of the platform by releasing a grinning video in which he discussed the fact that many were able to say what they wanted him for years, but he has now "gotten a bit" in a few days he has more collected as 600,000 followers.
Kim Goldman told "Fox & Friends" hosts she wonders if her podcasts announcement triggered OJ, as did the publication of the book. " If I did, "in 2007. She remembered that Simpson had committed an armed robbery in Las Vegas the day the book was originally published for which he spent nine years in prison.
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"I find it a little shameful that the day he goes online, he says he'll recover soon after watching Rons and Nicole's death, "she said.