A decade-old video interview of O.J. Simpson emerges

In the video, Simpson gives a detailed "hypothetical" account of how he "would have done it," describing a version of the murders of his former wife and Ronald Goldman.
1:30 | 03/11/18

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Now to the never before seen interview with O.J. Simpson. The murders of Nicole brown and Ron Goldman back in the headlines. Simpson, famously acquitted of their deaths. Giving a detailed, hypothetical account of how he would have done it. Here's Jim Avila. Reporter: Tonight, a disturbing televised O.J. Simpson spectacle. It's very difficult for me. Because it's hypothetical. Reporter: A tale fox decided not to run in 2006 because of public controversy. Now airing, and branded as a hypothetical confession. I might have grabbed the knife. I do remember that portion. Reporter: Civil courts have held Simpson responsible for the deaths. In this clip, he seems to make light of the tumultuous relationship he had with his ex-wife. I would run into her, which they tried to say was stalking. Her and some friends were at an opening of a restaurant. I was there with 16 people. So I'm stalking you with my crew. Reporter: At his parole hearing that resulted in his release from prison, Simpson promised to stay low-key. I will be no problem. And I think I kept my word. I've done my time. Reporter: Tonight, o.j.'s attorney says he had nothing to do with this broadcast that was recorded 12 years ago. Tom? Jim, thank you. And there's still much more

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