Twelve years ago, publisher Judith Regan sat with acquitted murderer O.J. Simpson for a Fox-hosted interview about the 1994 murders of his then-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and local restaurant waiter Ron Goldman.
During the interview, Simpson basically provided a “hypothetical” account of what had happened during the murder — the same account that reportedly later formed the basis of his 2007 book, “If I Did It: Confessions of the Killer.”
Due to backlash, the interview wound up being scrapped. But fast forward to Sunday, when, for whatever reason, Fox finally aired it.