Next month will mark the 20th anniversary of the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman by OJ Simpson. As the anniversary approaches, Ron's sister Kim -- who was 22 at the time -- has written a book called "Never Forgive," which she discussed on my America Weekend show.
We talked about why she sent a letter to OJ requesting to visit him in jail, what she did when she spotted him in a parking lot after he was acquitted by the first jury, and whether she blames Marcia Clark and Christopher Darden for blowing his prosecution. I also asked whether the infamy of Ron's death makes it difficult for Kim to date, and whether she and her family have ever gotten any of the $33.5 million OJ was ordered to pay after they (and Nicole's family) won the civil case against him.
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