Seriously – “If” he did it?!?!? “If”?!?!? C’mon!! Ah ha ha haa!!!

Canadian publisher interested in O.J.’s If I Did It
A Canadian publisher has expressed interest in releasing O.J. Simpson’s book, If I Did It, Here’s How It Happened.
Montreal-based Barclay Road Inc. issued a statement Monday saying that it “would be prepared to look at and possibly publish” the cancelled title from the former football star and actor.
In the book, Simpson was to have discussed how, hypothetically, he could have killed his ex-wife Nicole Brown and her friend Ronald Goldman.
“Although those at Barclay Road were disgusted by the initial information surrounding the book, representatives decided that in order to do justice to the name of free speech, giving the manuscript a read might just prove that the press did not have all the facts,” the statement read.
Barclay Road said it has been in contact with Simpson’s representatives and that, if a deal occurred, it would “look at re-titling and creating a new cover for the book.”
The company has previously published books by motivational writer Og Mandino and former Hearst Newspaper Group chief Robert Danzig.
In 1994, Barclay Road imprint Lifetime Books met controversy with its book All the Secrets of Magic Revealed: The Tricks and Illusions of the World’s Greatest Magicians. Magician David Copperfield tried to block publication of the book, which was eventually released in 1995.
Simpson’s book ó and a corresponding Fox TV special ó were called off in November by News Corp. after an outcry from critics and the families of the victims. HarperCollins, the News Corp. subsidiary that was scheduled to publish the book, said at the time all copies of the book would be destroyed, including some that had already been shipped to stores.
Simpson was acquitted on criminal charges of murder in 1995, but later lost a civil suit for “wrongful death” in the killings. He was ordered to pay the Goldman family $33.5 million US.