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Mag Nabs Crucial Chapter of O.J.'s If I Did It

In the current issue of Newsweek, assistant managing editor Mark Miller writes that the magazine obtained a copy of "The Night in Question," the crucial chapter of O.J. Simpson's aborted tell-all in which he revealed how he hypothetically would have massacred his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend, Ron Goldman. "In his crude, expletive-laced account, Simpson suggests Nicole all but drove him to kill her," Miller writes, by coming at him like a "banshee" after he showed up at her condo with a knife to scare her. And Goldman? Miller relates that the other victim enraged the disgraced footballer by assuming a karate stance. In related news, Simpson insists to the Associated Press that the chapter is "a fictional creation. It has so many [factual] holes in it." And he oughta know.

Matt Mitovich

In the current issue of Newsweek, assistant managing editor Mark Miller writes that the magazine obtained a copy of "The Night in Question," the crucial chapter of O.J. Simpson's aborted tell-all in which he revealed how he hypothetically would have massacred his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend, Ron Goldman. "In his crude, expletive-laced account, Simpson suggests Nicole all but drove him to kill her," Miller writes, by coming at him like a "banshee" after he showed up at her condo with a knife to scare her. And Goldman? Miller relates that the other victim enraged the disgraced footballer by assuming a karate stance. In related news, Simpson insists to the Associated Press that the chapter is "a fictional creation. It has so many [factual] holes in it." And he oughta know.