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. Last Updated: 07/27/2016

O.J. Rejects Goldman's Offer

LOS ANGELES -- O.J. Simpson refused Wednesday to confess to the murders of his ex-wife and her friend, saying he would never admit he was guilty of a crime he did not commit.

He was responding to an offer made by victim Ronald Goldman's father Fred, who said he would give up all claims to the $21 million award if Simpson would confess to the murders of his son and Nicole Brown Simpson.

A jury last week blamed Simpson for the June 12, 1994, killings of his ex-wife and Goldman, who were stabbed and slashed to death outside Nicole Brown Simpson's condominium. Simpson was acquitted of the murders by a criminal court jury in October, 1995.

In a statement issued through one of his lawyers, Phil Baker, Simpson said, "No matter how much money I am offered, I would never confess to a crime that I did not commit."