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Rights to O.J. book go to Goldmans

<p>A federal bankruptcy judge has awarded the rights of O.J. Simpson’s cancelled If I Did It book to the family of Ronald Goldman to satisfy a $38-million US wrongful death judgment against the former football star.</p>




A federal bankruptcy judge has awarded the rights of O.J. Simpson’s cancelled If I Did It book to the family of Ronald Goldman to satisfy a $38-million US wrongful death judgment against the former football star.





Simpson, who now lives near Miami, was acquitted of murdering Goldman and his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson in Los Angeles in 1995.





Fred Goldman, Ronald’s father, said he intends to release the book as a measure of justice.


 
 
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