"I had quite a few chats with O.J. during the Las Vegas trial. I found him to be a lonely figure with a wrecked life," Dunne said in a brief statement posted on the magazine's Web site. "This is the verdict that should have come 13 years ago."
The family of Simpson's slain ex-wife issued a statement that said, "Our family would like to thank everyone across the country for their thoughts and prayers as we work through many mixed emotions. Our focus is on the children Sydney and Justin whom we deeply love and cherish and ask for the understanding of privacy at this time."
Sydney and Justin Simpson are the children of O.J. and Nicole Brown Simpson, who were married from 1985 to 1992.
David Cook, a lawyer for the family, said the Goldmans will continue pursuing assets to satisfy the multimillion-dollar civil judgment against Simpson.
"His prison wages, clearly they will be ours now," Cook said. "We look forward to collecting the 83 cents."