OJ Simpson will confess to murders someday, a friend says

OJ Simpson will confess to murders someday, a friend says

Several years after former NFL player O.J Simpson has been acquitted from a murder case, a person close to him says that the once beloved player will soon confess to murdering his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ronald Goldman.

Ron Shipp, Simpson’s longtime friend and a former police officer who testified during Simpson’s murder trial on 1995, said that Simpson is currently in a bad condition, and is in a total torment these days.

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“Someone told me he is 300 pounds and he looks horrible. O.J. has always felt his appearance meant everything and now, deep down inside, he is starting to live with himself,” said Shipp.

On June 12, 1994, Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ronald Goldman were found stabbed to death at Brown Simpson’s condominium unit. Simpson was charged with multiple counts of murder, and went on trial that lasted for months with millions of spectators watching on television and waiting on the court’s decision. Simpson was acquitted of the criminal charges on October 3, 1995.

However, Simpson was arrested for felony counts such as armed robbery and kidnapping in September 2007, and could be released in October 2017 when he becomes eligible for parole.

Shipp admitted that he was once in doubt and refused to believe that Simpson was really in charge of the murders because of his love for him as a longtime friend, but is now sure of what Simpson did.

A theory about Simpson’s son, Jason Simpson being involved in the murder case will be made into a documentary, and Shipp remains hopeful that the day O.J Simpson comes clean would arrive and prove this theory wrong.

“I hope one day he actually will rid us of all the doubt and all the conspiracy theories and say, ‘Sorry I cannot go to prison [because of double jeopardy laws], but I am sorry I did it.’, ” said Shipp.