I Want to Tell You: My Response to Your Letters, Your


I Want to Tell You: My Response to Your Letters, Your Messages, Your Questions ❮Reading❯ ➵ I Want to Tell You: My Response to Your Letters, Your Messages, Your Questions ➭ Author O.J. Simpson – Thomashillier.co.uk As OJ waits to be judged by a jury of his peers, his commentary, thoughts, and relections are juxaposed with letters selected from the more than , he has received from people across the United States, As OJ waits to to Tell PDF ´ be judged by a jury of his peers, his commentary, thoughts, and relections are juxaposed with letters selected from the than , he has received from people across the United States, since being incarcerate at the Los Angeles County Jail.

  • Hardcover
  • 208 pages
  • I Want to Tell You: My Response to Your Letters, Your Messages, Your Questions
  • O.J. Simpson
  • English
  • 23 October 2017
  • 9780316341004

About the Author: O.J. Simpson

Former American football player to Tell PDF ´ and actorMostly known from being the head suspect of a double murder including his ex wifeSimpson is currently in jail for stealing sports memorabilia using a gun and told the media that he is afraid of being targeted by a white prison gang.



10 thoughts on “I Want to Tell You: My Response to Your Letters, Your Messages, Your Questions

  1. Michelle Michelle says:

    This book made me gag.

    For example:
    Dear O.J.
    Hi! I am 12 years old and I am a fan of yours. I hope you will accept this letter to add to your other million or so. I don't think you killed Nicole or Ronald. Even if you did, I would still be your fan and so would my mom because everyone makes mistakes. (pg 48)

    Killing your wife and an innocent guy in a violent rage is okay because everyone makes mistakes?
    This book made me sick.

  2. John John says:

    To be honest I have not read a single word of this book. I only give this a five for humor and shock value. In the fall of 2008, I noticed about twenty copies of this book sitting in the cut-out bin at Barnes and Noble for 50 cents a piece, or something. So I bought the entire stock, and had fun giving them all away to friends as Christmas presents, with the pricetags still attached. Best Xmas ever!

  3. Sandra Sandra says:

    Obviously, much has changed and been uncovered since early 1995 when this book was published. I remember seeing it pop up in the bookstores, long before the verdict was announced. I remember sitting in utter shock on my couch, staring in disbelief at the television screen that let me see live into the L.A. courthouse. I've read a couple of books about the trial and the events of June 1994, and I am to this day convinced of this man's guilt.

    No, I haven't read or purchased this particular book, nor will I ever touch it. OJ Simpson is right where he belongs - in jail. Which is, honestly, too nice a place for this vicious killer. Read the police reports to see how savagely Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman were killed. Read the coroner's reports to see how much rage the killer expressed when he killed them not once but multiple times over.

    I hope he burns in hell.

  4. Eva Leger Eva Leger says:

    Total waste of time- trust me. I picked this up at Goodwill (which is a GREAT place to search for books as I just recently learned!) so really I paid only 25 cents for it but I'm upset I spent that to be honest. This was so blatantly full of lies it was silly. Just plain sill really. I read If I Did It a few months or a year back and I sort of figured this would be kind of similiar but it wasn't. Not that If I Did It was all that great but....Anyway, this was written by someone who supposedly interviewed O.J. in the beginning of his incarceration and then proceeded to write down what he said word for word. I have a hard time believing that any of that stuff actually came from his mouth, it's much more likely in my opinion that someone who was hired to care about his image spewed this crap to the author. I'm surprised it was even published but I guess it explains why I'd never heard of it before!

  5. Maureen Maureen says:

    Wow! If ever someone was trying to convince the public he did it - this book convinced me! Simpson would have been better off never writing this book, especially for those who were teetering between guilty/not guilty.

  6. Emma Emma says:

    This book is so awesome. Really, it's pure, transcendental hilarity

  7. R. R. says:

    Orenthal is the New Blue

    Inspired by my reading of Brentwood Notebook in Douglas Coupland's Polaroids from the Dead I decided to finally read this book which had been resting on the house's bookshelves for at least the last ten years.

    Now, I'm of two minds about O.J. and his involvement in the crime, the murders of Nicole and Ron. Sure, he could've done it. He was jealous and trying to rebuild a life with the mother of his children and, lo and behold, she's getting rides home from this gigolo waiter. He snapped. Well, he planned and then snapped. We often forget that O.J. had had some SEAL knife-swinging training due to his involvement in a never-aired TV pilot about frog-men. Or, it could've been the work of a different jealous lover of Nicole's. Or a husband whom had (also?) been cuckolded by Ron. Or it was somewhere in between: a maniac fan of O.J.'s could've decided to release his hero from the bonds of cuckoldry, O.J. could've half-heartedly hired hit-men to keep the status quo, a nearby neighbor infatuated with Nicole could've done it. Mob payback for gambling debts. Time-traveling Jack the Ripper. Point is, we don't know.

    This book was written for two reasons: to answer some letters that had flooded in after the arrest and to raise money for the defense. There were two raggedy pigeons flapping here, and why not? Why not one 199-page stone to take care of things?

  8. Melissa Dawn vh Melissa Dawn vh says:

    Well alot of people Must think I was crazy for first off even reading this book. I was born in 1991 so I m missed the O.j Trail or some of it. I see now on tv and Im not sure what to have believed. I read it and I have to say If you After reading it your impression or verdict might have changed because mine did totally. The book anserwed every question of mine that needed to be anserwed. I also liked the fact that the book put letters to O.J that were actually read and sent to him during his time in Jail.. Overall I would liked the book & would onyl recomend it to those Are interested and have any questions that would need to be anserwed :)

  9. Melanie Stevens Melanie Stevens says:

    This has to be the weirdest book I have ever read. I already knew the outcome of the trial but it seemed as if O.J was being fake and vague while writing this. It made me believe even more that he is guilty rather than innocent. He never really did answer any solid questions he just rambled on for 200 pages. I am definitely not impressed with this book at all.

  10. Karen Karen says:

    To me, he was just digging himself into an even deeper hole with this book.

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