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Thursday, July 3, 2008

Ron Goldman Foundation for Justice

Yesterday on the Dr. Phil show, Ron Goldman's father and sister, Kim and Fred Goldman, were guests, along with ghost writer Pablo Fenjves. The book, "If I did it", is believed to be the real confession of 'The killer.'

The original book was pulled only after much criticism from people across countless communities expressed outrage over the sordid, sick and brutally unfair attempt for the killer to gain monetarily off his murderous deeds that fateful night.

Not only the thought of him profiting from this book, but the arrogance of writing such a book and professing it as hypothetical is tantamount to another stab to the victims and their families by the killer.
Eventually, the Goldman family was awarded publishing rights to the book and wanted to release it. Simply summed, the Goldmans chose to release the book to 1.)finally gather some of what was rightfully awarded them via the wrongful death civil suit and 2.)in their words, to show the actual wife beater and killer that O.J. Simpson really is.

Some still see it as blood money, but I understand both sides. Both sides of the victim's families that is. I don't understand any side whatsoever of the killer.

There are a few times throughout the show, that Kim Goldman only addresses O.J. as 'The killer'. Her point is clear after she clearly will only refer to him that way. It is not discussed, but I feel it is her way of not giving any human dignity by attaching a given name to the killer that literally got away with murder.

I have not read this book. It is said, the book goes into some precise detail of the crime scene; such intimacy that only the real killer would know. Not all of the 'facts' or confession were written into the book. O.J. had final write off on the original manuscript and owned the recorded tapes of the interviews between he and ghost writer Pablo Fenjves, and the tapes have since been destroyed. I would almost be willing to bet that a copy of the audio exists, if perhaps only by O.J. to hear his own voice over and over.

Pablo Fenjves states on the Dr. Phil show some of the details that were discussed, but that ultimately O.J. would not allow to go into print. For example, at one point O.J. mentions that when the pet Akita dog approaches Ron Goldman, the dog wagged it's tail. That is such an odd, minute and intimate detail to recall from one's mind of someone that supposedly was not there, or found 'not guilty' by a court of law by a jury of his peers. In psychological analysis by Dr. Phil, (and simple deduction of laymen), it is ridiculously clear the slips and dodges of back and forth between telling a story for profit and releasing the tormented images of his sick mind. Some might compare his style of back and forth, charm and menace, public facade and private vile to that of a sociopath.

Ironically, now, the killer may be spending the rest of his life in jail anyway and due to an entirely unrelated crime. Or is it entirely unrelated? Kim Goldman states on the show that some part of her wishes that by her family not ever letting up, by going after him every step of the way, every way they legally can, that she hopes somehow they have gotten him, are breaking him down. Pablo Fenjves immediately responds to that with his added viewpoint. He almost outright assures Kim that it is precisely the fierce determination and victory of the the Goldman family laying pressure upon the killer, winning the book away from O.J., that has left him crumbling apart at the seams. The camera now directly on Kim's face and in response to Pablo's insight, first a glowing fleeting glimpse of astonishment, then a satisfied awkward grin.

The crumbling away of O.J. is why he is driven by arrogance and stupidity to commit another crime; he is losing it alright. (Breaking into a hotel room armed and with thugs and attempted kidnapping over some supposed stolen property of O.J. Simpson) I guess, once you get away with murder, you can do anything.

The best part of the show was a mood-lightening comment by Fred Goldman. He wishes for a very tiny cell, maybe 4' x 6'tall, very narrow where the killer can only stand there with a tiny little window overlooking a golf course. (laughter on the show)

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The Ron Goldman Foundation for Justice wishes to empower, inspire, motivate and assist those people that are victims of crime. Their mission is to positively impact the lives of these survivors who start each day with pain, grief, trauma and injustice.

Every minute of every day, a violent crime occurs in this country. Over the past year, approximately 17,520 people were murdered. That’s two people every hour. Last year, there were more than 300,000 rapes reported. That’s 34 rapes per hour. This past year, there were also more than 300,000 reported sexual assaults on children. Again that’s more than 34 per hour. We can’t even begin to imagine how many are not reported...

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