O.J. Book Battle: Vegas
"The killer stormed a hotel room in Las Vegas wanting to get his stuff back with a bunch of hoodlums with guns and got caught," says Kim. He faces several felony charges. "I think every time the killer does something stupid, it refocuses the attention back on what a vile human being he is."
Fred Goldman asserts, "He does crap like this on a regular basis."
"I laughed when I heard that he was arrested," says Kim. "I got a good chuckle out of that."
"Most of us, if we thought someone had our property that they took from us, we would call the police," says Fred. "We wouldn't get a group of our sleazy friends with guns and go storming in to take it back. But he can do that because he's special."
"He's coming apart at the seams," says Kim. "He's really starting to unravel, and I think he possesses all the tell-tale signs of an abuser, of a killer, of someone who thinks that they are above the law."
"He got away with butchering two people and now has the potential of going to jail for committing robbery because of his own damn arrogance," says Fred.
"I'd love to have witnessed him with a needle in his arm on death row and to lose his life for killing my brother and Nicole," says Kim. "In light of the Las Vegas situation, there is a wee glimmer of hope that I have that I will see him in shackles and in an orange suit for what he did."
"I think it's that," says Kim. "I also would like to hope that it's because we have been persistent for 13 years. I would like to think that because of what we've done to force him into his own exile, so to speak, that maybe we pushed him to the little stage of self-destruction. I don't know."
"You would like that, wouldn't you?" asks Dr. Phil.
"I would love that," she says with a smile.
"Well, I'm no lawyer, but I've spent a lot of time in the legal arena, and I can tell you he is facing some very serious charges right now," says Dr. Phil. "And he could be looking at as much as 90 years in prison from what I understand."
"I'll be honest with you," says Kim, "I think we're trying to reserve judgment and not get too hopeful. We do, however, hope that he's treated " as much as I hate to say it " fairly, and that he's not afforded too many luxuries one way or the other."
Fred adds, "I do have thoughts about what I'd love to see happen and that is he ends up in a vertical cell, 2-feet square, 6-feet tall, with a window to a golf course."