During O.J Simpson trial in 1994 the two victims relatives, close friends and other grievers were full of diappointment and plenty anguish. He was surprisingly acquitted for the murders of his wife Nicole and Ron Goldman, that left many in a baffled state of mind. As a result to the verdict Ron's father; Fred Goldman and sister; Kim Goldman didn't stop at nothing while seeking justice. They didn't stop searching for what they believed was the truth.
All of a sudden 14 years later Mike Gilbert a longtime friend and former sports agent, speaks out against O.J. He recently wrote a book titled, "How i helped O.J get away with murder." In early May Mike did an open interview on Fox news with Van Susteren. Recently he appeared on Dr. Phil where he faced the Goldman's and admitted to his wrongdoings. During both public appearances and even in his book he admitted to diverting thousands of dollars from the Goldman's, how he helped O.J make money and how he helped him hide the money and expensive assets. He also revealed the tips he gave O.J to make his hands swollen so he wouldn't be able to fit the glove at the trial.
Sometimes I wonder will the truth ever come out because there are so many different stories. O.J wrote a abook titled, " If I did it." that never got released; however, the Goldman's decided to buy the rights to his book. They revised the book, and added another chapter and set it up for publication. The new title is, " I did it."Confessions of a Killer.
Mike Gilbert may have aired out O.J. Simpson's dirty laundry, but he incriminated himself in the process. He aided and assisted a cover up for murder and could be facing obstruction of justice charges. What made him come out now, 14 years later? It is obvious that Mike Gilbert, O.J Simpson and other anonymous members of O.J's inner circle has no remorse for the relatives of the victims. If they did someone if not all would have spoken up a long time ago.