OJ Was Told to Speak in 1st Person For “If I Did It” Interview; FOX Never Divulge That Information (Video)

Don’t get me wrong, OJ is crazy and a narcissist, but as I have told you in the past, you have to watch how media portrays things because they lie a lot.

A big part of the Fox “DID OJ CONFESS” special was focused on how OJ would speak in first person.

“I grabbed the knife.”

“Charlie and I left the scene.”

FOX used that to say that this wasn’t a hypothetical situation but a confession, but the truth is OJ was told to speak like that before the interview per TMZ.

Attorney Shawn Holley, who worked for Johnnie Cochran during the trial, was a key member of the defense team. She says O.J. isn’t stupid, and the only way he would have agreed to such an interview is if he spoke hypothetically and assumed the character of the murderer. She says he was told to behave in a certain way during the interview and he did that.

Flip the page for the six-minute so-called confession from OJ.

19 thoughts on “OJ Was Told to Speak in 1st Person For “If I Did It” Interview; FOX Never Divulge That Information (Video)

  • People are straight sheep for thinking that was a confession. That was a person following his contract obligations of a multimillion dollar fictional – book deal. .

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