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If I Did It by O.J. Simpson
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Nov 13, 11


In "If I Did It", O.J. Simpson portrays himself as an innocent man that loved his wife, Nicole Brown, and that he would never hurt someone. He described their relationship as loving and kind at first. Although, throughout the story, the plot thickens. O.J. begins to explain how his wife tried to keep his kids away from him, dated other people, and did drugs. His perception changed about Nicole half way through the story. By the end he starts to talk about how he got angry at Nicole (his very young wife) and she was with another man, Ronald Goldman. All of a sudden he blacks out and wakes up to a bunch of blood, he showered, got rid of evidence, and left town to go golfing. That's when he received a phone call about his estranged wife was brutally murdered with her friend Ronald Goldman. He was then acquitted from all the charges.
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