Saturday, December 16, 2006

Judith Regan fired over O.J. Simpson "confession" book deal

Judith Regan was just fired by HarperCollins because of her plan for a book and television interview with O.J. Simpson giving his account of how he might have murdered his former wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend, Ronald L. Goldman.

It must be a cold day in hell. Someone was just fired for underestimating the tastes and sophistication of the American public.

2 comments:

no one in particular said...

I think that had the events been allowed to continue that the book deal would have found a niche market. But I danced a happy though inept Irish Jig after reading the OJ money-leeching scheme went down the drain along with any additional promotions that would have linked to it. Though I suppose the loss of the additional funds will further curtail his extensive manhunt for the murderer of his wife and Ron Goldman. Not to mention it will probably completely stop his research and investigation as to who was the reprehensible individual that tried to cause my and every other loyal Direct TV customer’s monthly costs to rise by setting up an illegally operating unit at OJ’s house. I mean after all, it must be almost impossible surviving his traveling around the country searching for these villains on his paltry (almost) $25, 000 a month NFL pension. Just how much more hardship can the man be expected to endure and still complete his tireless quest for the truth!

Anonymous said...

Ron Goldman has made a career out his sons death. It is sameful. We need Gerald Ford to heal the nation over this. Set OJ free.

Shalom,

--- Prof. Leland Milton Goldblatt, Ph.D. ®