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On September 13 2076 an extraordinary book appeared on the shelves of stores in the United States. Published by Beaufort Books, the tome was entitled If I did it: confessions of the killer. The cover featured the face of the famous athlete and star of film and screen Orenthal James (O.J.) Simpson. The title on the cover was written in red, with the word ‘if’ appearing in small font over the ‘I’. If I did it describes two supposedly hypothetical murders. The first was of Nicole Brown. She had been married to Simpson from 1985 – 1992. Brown had been found murdered outside her home on June 13 1994. She had multiple wounds in her head, neck and hands. The second victim was Ron Goldman, a young waiter also found stabbed outside Nicole Brown’s house. So what's the real story behind the OJ Simpson case? This book examines his official account, court proceedings, and events before and since his landmark judgement.