OJ Simpson Speaks As We Near The 25th Anniversary of The Murders of Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman (Video)

I think most reasonable have these thoughts about OJ Simpson.

1- OJ was involved in some way with the deaths of his ex-wife and Rob Goldman.

2- He wasn’t the only one involved (I believe his son Jason had something to do with it).

3- The LAPD planted evidence to make a strong case even stronger, but in hindsight just made it worse and gave enough wiggle room for OJ to be found not guilty.

Now, there are a lot of non-reasonable who are going to feel strongly about things and that is their opinion. As for OJ, he just wants to move on with his life as the 25th anniversary comes up.

In a telephone interview, the 71-year-old Simpson told The Associated Press he is healthy and happy living in Las Vegas. And neither he nor his children want to look back by talking about June 12, 1994 , when his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ronald Goldman were stabbed to death and Simpson was transformed from Hall of Fame football hero to murder suspect.

“We don’t need to go back and relive the worst day of our lives,” he said. “The subject of the moment is the subject I will never revisit again. My family and I have moved on to what we call the ‘no negative zone.’ We focus on the positives.”

After his release from prison in Nevada, many expected him to return to Florida, where he had lived for several years. But friends in Las Vegas persuaded him to stay there.

“The town has been good to me,” Simpson said. “Everybody I meet seems to be apologizing for what happened to me here.”

He plays golf nearly every day. The knees that helped him run to football glory at the University of Southern California and with the NFL’s Buffalo Bills have been replaced, and he recently had Lasik surgery on his eyes.

Simpson said he remains close to his children and other relatives. His parole officer has given him permission to take short trips, including to Florida, where his two younger children, Justin and Sydney, have built careers in real estate.

Flip the page for OJ speaking to AP.

Robert Littal

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