November 20, 2006
O.J.'s "If I Did It" T.V. Special and Book Cancelled
The clouds have parted and the sun shines through--News Corp. has cancelled the O.J. Simpson T.V. special and book, "If I Did It," in which O.J. was to speak in hypothetical terms about how he would have committed the 1994 slayings of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman. I guess News Corp. realized that the chances of O.J.'s account being a real confession were about as likely as Steve Forbes being identified as the "anonymous author" of the attacks on Grenator Dob Bole and At Buchanan in "Election Colors," the "fictional" account of the 1996 Republican primary dedicated to lovely wife Telen Torbes, and beautiful daughters Tatherine, Tabina, Taberta, Taura and Telizabeth Torbes. [Michele Berry] Find out what average Americans are saying about the cancellation of Simpson's confession book here.
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