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O.J., Nicole and Ron: Countdown to Murder 

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
O.J. Simpson ... Himself
F. Lee Bailey ... Himself
Robert Heidstra Robert Heidstra ... Himself - Witness
Allan Park Allan Park ... Himself
Tom Lange Tom Lange ... Himself
Kim Goldman Kim Goldman ... Herself
Ron Hardy Ron Hardy ... Himself
Mitch Mesko Mitch Mesko ... Himself
John Edwards John Edwards ... Himself - LAPD
Kato Kaelin ... Himself
Stewart Tanner Stewart Tanner ... Himself
Denise Brown Denise Brown ... Herself
Candace Garvey Candace Garvey ... Herself
Christian Reinhardt Christian Reinhardt ... Himself
Karen Crawford Karen Crawford ... Herself
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English

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14 June 1998 (USA) See more »

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Los Angeles, California, USA

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It was mentioned in the segment that Justin Simpson, the younger son of O.J. Simpson and the late Nicole Brown Simpson, was 6 years old at the time of the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend, Ronald Goldman on June 12, 1994. In fact, Justin was 5 at the time of the murders. Justin did not turn 6 until August 1994, two months after the murders. See more »

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O.J., Nicole and Ron: Countdown to Murder
22 February 2018 | by Michael_ElliottSee all my reviews

E! True Hollywood Story (1998)

O.J., Nicole and Ron: Countdown to Murder

If you're familiar with the series then you know that it basically gave you general information on whichever celebrity or topic they were discussing. That's not compeltely the case here as this episode tries to go back over the murders and give you the timeline that both the prosecution and defense gave at the Simpson trial.

I've seen countless documentaries on this topic so I've seen just about everything. FOr the most part this here was a very good documentary and it tried to be fair to both sides of the case and give both timelines according to them. I guess you if you hate O.J. and think he was guilty then you're not going to enjoy seeing "both sides" of the argument but I personally think it makes for a better documentary.

One highlight here is that we get new interviews with Simpson as well as F. Lee Bailey, Tom Lange, Kim Goldman and Denise Brown. The most interesting interview is of course SImpson who tries to explain his side of the story and why there wasn't any way he could have committed the murders and still caught his plane.

As usual, people are split on how they feel about the subject and what happened but as this documentary points out, there people know what happened and two are dead.

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