Oct. 7, 2017

How low can the man go?

I Want to Tell You: My Response to Your Letters, Your Messages, Your Questions by OJ Simpson

This book now makes me cold inside. Just take a look at all the photos of happier times, photos personally chosen by a man who now admits guilt, and if it doesn’t make you sick what will?

These are responses to people who supported OJ, those who believed in the hero behind the horror. OJ tries to reassure people that he was, indeed, not guilty.

Mixed in are words that somehow manage to blame Nicole for all the trouble. OJ’s words of love for Nicole come with a “but” clause. “I loved her but she was…” Over and over this is the impression I get of everything said.

Nicole was arm-candy to OJ, a possession, not a wife. When she complained about his infidelities, the fault lay with her, according to OJ. When she called 911 because of domestic violence, she was the problem. While OJ stalked her and kept showing up unannounced, that was because of her.

I give this book MINUS INFINITY STARS and cannot wait to toss the garbage into the trash. It is sick, sick, sick!

Quoth the Raven…