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3.14.2007

VICTORY FOR GOLDMAN FAMILY AS JUDGE ORDERS RIGHTS OF O.J. MURDER BOOK TO BE AUCTIONED.


The infamous O.J. Simpson book, "If I did It," whose publication was cancelled before it found it's way to bookshelves, just might be that much closer to seeing the light of day. At the request of Fred Goldman, a Los Angeles County Superior Court judge ordered on Tuesday that rights to the book be auctioned off to help satisfy the $33.5 million civil judgement against Simpson for the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman. Although Goldman does not wish to see the book published, he took this to court because the rights to "If I Did It" are one of the few things Simpson has assets to and and Goldman doesn't want him to ever get his hands on a penny of it. Goldman's lawyer, David Cook, said, "The Goldman's were horrified as to the content, but the real horror was that Simpson was profiting." "O.J. is now on the block. On the right hand we get to sell the book, and on the left we get the money."

Right on Goldman family. Keep up the fight.
Source: Reuters

1 Comments:

Blogger chantistar said...

whan an injustice to this family for what he did to their son. i can only imagine their feelings of hatred and anger toward that disgusting scum o.j. simpson

2:33 PM, March 14, 2007  

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