June 13, 1994: LAPD Interrogation of O.J. Simpson

EXCLUSIVE: On June 13, 1994 LAPD detectives questioned O.J. Simpson in connection with the murders of his ex-wife Nicole and Ron Goldman. The audio LAPD hoped you’d never hear – the interrogation of O.J. Simpson.

You’ve heard the rumors… You’ve heard the cherry-picked sound bites of O.J.’s comments which paint him in a bad light… The pundits in the media have told you for over 20 years that it clearly established his guilt… But you’ve never heard the complete, unedited audio of O.J. Simpson being interrogated by LAPD detectives Tom Lange and Phil Vannatter on June 13, 1994.

It has never been broadcast in full. If the audio of O.J. Simpson being interrogated is so damning to his claim of innocence, why did the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office fight tooth and nail to prevent the audio from being admitted into evidence at Simpson’s 1995 criminal trial?

Why wasn’t the audio of O.J. Simpson being questioned by LAPD available on the Internet until Brian Heiss released it to the public in 2016? For the first time ever, hear the complete, unedited interrogation of O.J. Simpson on June 13, 1994:

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