And reality TV star Kim Kardashian's father is to blame for a lack of justice for the two victims, according to Goldman's father.Fred Goldman, 73, tells The Daily Mail that he believes Robert Kardashian hid evidence that would've convicted Simpson of murder.But Simpson, now 66, has been in a Nevada prison for the past five years after a 2008 conviction in a completely different case, 13 years to the day after his murder acquittal.He was sentenced to serve nine to 33 years for kidnapping and armed robbery involving the holdup of two sports memorabilia dealers at a Las Vegas hotel room.Kardashian, one of Simpson's lawyers, allegedly took material from the former Buffalo Bills star's home in a suitcase and never revealed what it was or where he put it before his death in 2003."That evidence would have convicted 'the killer,'" Goldman told the British publication, refusing to identify OJ by name."But in this country celebrities, no matter what their race, are treated differently." According to the New York Daily News, Ron Goldman and Nicole Brown were stabbed to death at a Brentwood, Calif., condo where her and OJ's two children slept upstairs.Police charged Simpson after finding two-blood soaked leather gloves and a trail of bloody shoeprints.
As a result, friends, relatives and legal experts are looking back at the case that Simpson was acquitted of during the "Trial of the Century" in 1995.
As detailed in Tuesday night’s episode of The People v. There are contradictions throughout, such as when Resnick chastises the media’s slut-shaming of Nicole while breathlessly relaying her friend’s sexual proclivities.
It’s a difficult book to read, even after over 20 years have passed, because as gossipy and unseemly as it appears, there is the sense that there’s some truth to it.
She co-wrote the book with National Enquirer gossip writer Mike Walker, and it’s both tawdry and tragic in its timing and content. So just how salacious was Nicole Brown Simpson: The Private Diary of a Life Interrupted?
Every time I read the book I almost cry, because I sound like a major airhead.” In a way though, Resnick was simply ahead of the game: She received a ,000 advance for the book, which was the first of many published about the murders and trial of the century. Simpson: American Crime Story, the book ultimately made Resnick (played by Connie Britton) persona non grata for the trial, forcing Judge Lance Ito to halt jury selection to read the book and weigh its possible impact, and ultimately forcing the prosecution not to call Resnick to the witness stand — even though she could have testified to how O. The book narrowly focuses on the four years when Resnick knew Brown and zeroes in on Nicole’s sex life and Simpson’s temper and abusive behavior.