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Denise Brown is speaking out about O.J. Simpson's unpublished book, "If I Did It."

By Critical_Conformity     Jan 17, 2007 in World
Nicole Brown Simpson's Sister Doesn't Want 'If I Did It' To Ever Be Released to the Public and calls the book a "manual on how to commit murder"
"This book cannot be published, we cannot have it out there in the public," Denise Brown said. "Just get rid of it."
Denise Brown has spoken out for the first time since chilling excerpts from Simpson's "If I Did It" were published in Newsweek magazine.
It's amazing. It's unbelievable. Because that is the typical abuser, they blame others," she said. "He's blamed Nicole for everything that has ever happened to him and I think it's time for him to step up to the plate…and take responsibility for his own actions."
If I Did It" was met with such widespread public backlash last November that News Corp. chairman Rupert Murdoch canceled publication of the book and a TV special and publicly apologized to the victim's families.
"I am just grateful for the American public for stopping the book, stopping the TV show," she said. "We cannot afford to have more murders because of a book like this, because it was literally a manual on how to commit murder."
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