OJ Simpson Describes His Side of Nicole Brown 911 Calls

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On Sunday, Fox will air the two-hour special, O.J. In the clip he also talks about what he wanted to say.

Also on the panel is Eve Shakti Chen, a representative of the family of Nicole Brown Simpson and a friend of Nicole's sister Denise Brown; Rita Smith: a senior advisor to the NFL on domestic violence and sexual assault who has also served as the executive director of the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence for almost 23 years; and Jim Clemente, a retired FBI Supervisory Special Agent/Profiler and former New York City prosecutor.

Further talking about the blood, Simpson says, "We've all seen the grisly pictures after".

In it, the former USC and National Football League star talks about the murders of Ron Goldman and Nicole Brown-Simpson - which he was found not guilty of in the 1995 criminal trial but found financially liable for in civil proceedings. "I thought it was some kind of a scam and didn't believe him". Simpson was acquitted of her murder but in a civil trial in 1997, was found liable for the death of Goldman and domestic battery of Brown Simpson. "I still had so many feelings of [anger]", O.J. Simpson told his book publisher Judith Regan in an interview. "He's going to beat the shit out of me", she told the dispatcher at another point.

"The Lost Confession?" will feature the discussion between Regan and Simpson that was filmed in 2006.

The big condition? They couldn't call the book just I Did It because then he would have to admit it to his children. That was the way portrayed to me. But Regan says the interview was pitched as a real confession.