Shame on you Fox Network
Dear Fox Programing Executives,
I am usually content to sit by and watch with a slight chuckle and head nod while you make your unconventional choices for programing. I am used to the high quality and riveting programs you bring us, like When Animals Attack Part 2, Joe Millionaire, Celebrity Boxing and Married by America. I am also inspired by your Network's versions of other opposing Network's shows, such as, Trading Spouses, So you think you can dance and Nanny 9-1-1. But recently I feel you've taken a mis-step when you hired O.J. Simpson to star in a show describing how he would have carried out the Nicole Brown and Ronald Goldman murders, if he committed them. My concern is not that he hasn't paid the Brown or Goldman family any of the 35 million dollars they were awarded, when a judge determined in civil court, that O.J. was responsible for the murders, or that this might be considered to be in bad taste, to speculate on how you would have killed you ex-wife and her friend if you had that chance. My concern is that this is distracting O.J. from his quest in life which, is to find Nicole and Ronald's killer. Before he began devoting his attention to this show I felt he was really closing in on the real killer and was coming close to providing the Brown and Goldman families with justice. Thank you for allowing me to voice my concerns.
LOS ANGELES, Nov 15 (Reuters) - The Fox television network says it plans to air an O.J. Simpson interview this month in which he describes, hypothetically, how he would have killed his ex-wife and her friend 12 years ago if he had committed the crime.