Remember when the Goldman Family (in particular, Fred and Kim Goldman: father and sister of Ron Goldman) came out with the
hypothetically based book that was taken from O.J.’s words: If I Did It: Confessions of the Killer? O.J. Simpson must have felt that he was getting absolutely no love after his lawyers convinced America a jury that if it doesn’t fit, you must acquit. I bet O.J. will really hate life once his agent of 18 years comes out with a new book in April, right around the time that O.J. will be on trial for armed-robbery and kidnapping charges in Las Vegas.
O.J.’s former sports agent, Mike Gilbert, came up with quite the title for his upcoming best seller: How I Helped OJ Get Away With Murder. Forget hypotheticals, Gilbert is going to just come out and state the facts.
This from The First Post:
Gilbert, who claims to have represented Simpson for 18 years, will “detail OJ’s late-night confession” and offer new evidence showing that Simpson did kill his ex-wife and Goldman.
Gilbert also promises “information on Gilbert’s crucial role in obtaining the not guilty verdict and why he stayed silent for so long.”
The Make-a-Wish Foundation will receive a portion of the money earned from sale of Gilbert’s book. Not sure why this particular charity was picked, but if How I Helped OJ Get Away With Murder is not juicy enough, you can at least know that your hard earned money is going to a noble organization.