[Kim Goldman] × Cant Forgive [spanish-armada PDF] Ebook Epub Download à Story is great, but editing is only fair There s enough talk about the tragic things that happened to Kim and Ron that you forget the purpose of the story, and yet I don t blame her In her shoes I would have spouted and rambled ten times that except no one would want to read it Otherwise I agree OJ should have been convicted, Judge Ito couldn t organize a hot dog roast, and I hope Johnnie Cochran was assigned his own personal taunter in Hell Everyone who shouted at the Goldmans are delusionals with nothing better to do, and they need to shut up and get to work The emotions came through, and the reader will feel them For everyone who got pious and told her to move on, try walking a mile in her moccasins and then understand that not following up is why so many have had the ability to trash personal rights in this country The Goldmans were right to fight OJ every way they We tend to forget how violent crimes affect the families of the victims and Kim Goldman does a wonderful job of sharing how the death of her brother, whom she was very close to, affects her in her daily life.
I was very much obsessed with the O.
J Simpson murder trial in 1995 I was living in Los Angeles at the time, and it was a topic just about everyone had an opinion on It was an interesting and powerful case that involved celebrity, wealthy, race and jealousy I visited the site of the crime, where O.
J Simpson allegedly killed his ex wife Nicole Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman by stabbing them to death I was at Nicole Simpson s condo, in the quiet upscale neighborhood of Brentwood, where there was yellow police tape roping off the area It was a quiet night when I visited, late in the evening Kim Goldman was ve Kim Goldman has had a lot of obstacles in life She had an unusually close relationship with her older brother because she had an absentee mom Her dad was present and involved but had a new wife and family She was disfigured in a horrible car accident as a teen Then, her brother was killed in a senseless double murder Since her brother s murderer was O.
J Simpson, she was forced to grieve and seek justice in the public eye I m sympathetic to Kim and her struggles I think Kim s childbirth and dating experiences are written in too much detail for a reader who is not a friend or family member.
Rambling onI gave this book only three stars because the author rambled on about the same thing It felt like she didn t have too much else to say and needed to fill up pages.
The book is well written although there are several typos, it skips around and often feels disjointed, and discussions about boyfriends don t seem to fit This book is about the author s life before vs after her brother s murder and acknowledging she s ok not forgiving the murderer There is also insight into the pain she, and I imagine others, feel on the anniversary of their loved one s death This part of the story was unexpected yet very much appreciated as it will undoubtedly help me be a better listener.
This author shares great pain and balances that with great exploration of positive relationships with her brother, father, son, extended family, and friends I would recommend to anyone struggling with forgiveness you might find that accepting you can t
In June of 1994 the murders of Ron Goldman and Nicole Brown Simpson permeated the news cycle and would continue to do so for some time I remember it very well because my son was born 3 days prior and everywhere we went in the hospital it was the news story It was a terrible crime and the end result for both families was appalling The subsequent new stories, television shows etc would only add torment to the families although, I have always felt the Brown s response was nothing like the Goldman s Perhaps because they were rud to be recipients of Simpson s money This book needed an excellent editor as it is all over the place Italics and blue language only bring down the essence of the story and the storyteller However, thetelling theme i Maybeof a 3.
5 stars I recently watched The People VS OJ Simpson and became engulfed in the trial, Nicole Brown, OJ Simpson and Ron Goldman s stories I was hoping this book hadto do with the trial and the Goldman s thoughts throughout the nine month trial but it was a lot of information about Kim and her life, her love life, etc Can t say I was very interested in that, it also jumped all over the place, back and forth it wasn t necessarily written very well but it gave an insight to her brother and a slight viewpoint on his and Nicole s death.
Although I have NO doubt in my mind that O.
J Simpson killed both Ron and Nicole, I do think that Kim needs to accept the fact that the justice system let her and her family down and she needs, for her own sake, to just accept it and move on It has been 20 years OJ is in prison, old, arthritic and shamed The majority of people agree he got away with murder due to a corrupt jury, a corrupt judge, bad police work and too manyPeople with their hands outstretched looking for a payout.
I know the Goldman s won a civil judgement, but time to give up on it Ron is not coming back He died, in my opinion as a hero, trying to protect a friend The Goldman s attempts at trying to keep getting money darkens Ron s legacy as a hero.
Kim comes off as a shrew Whining and p
Don T Tell Her She Needs To Find Closure Don T Ask Her To Forgive And ForgetWhen Kim Was Just , Her Older Brother, Ron Goldman, Was Brutally Killed By OJ Simpson Ron And Kim Were Very Close, And Her Devastation Was Compounded By The Shocking Not Guilty Verdict That Allowed A Smirking Simpson To Leave As A Free ManIt Wasn T Kim S First Trauma Her Parents Divorced When She Was Young, And She And Ron Were Raised By Their Father Her Mother Kidnapped Her, Telling Her That Her Father Didn T Love Her Any When She Was , She Was Almost Blinded From Severe Battery Acid Burns On Her Face During An Automobile Accident, Requiring Three Reconstructive SurgeriesBut None Of These Early Traumas Compared To The Loss Of Her Brother, The Painful Knowledge That His Killer Was Free, And Fact That She Could Not Even Grieve Privately Her Grief Was Made Painfully Public Counseled By Friends, Strangers, And Even Oprah To Find Closure, Kim Chose A Different Route She Chose To FightRepeatedly, Kim And Her Family Pursued Simpson By Every Legal Means Foiled Over And Over Again, They Ultimately Achieved A Small Measure Of JusticeKim S Story Is One Of Tragedy, But Also Of Humanity And, Often, Comedy Living Life As One Of America S Most Famous Victims Isn T Always Easy, Especially As A Single Mother In The Dating Market She Often Had Bizarre First Date Experiences, With One Man Even Breaking Down Into Tears And Inconsolable With Grief After Realizing Who She WasUltimately Kim S Story Is That Of An Ordinary Person Thrown Into Extraordinary Circumstances At A Very Young Age, And Who Had The Courage Despite The Discouragement Of So Many To Ignore The Conventional Wisdom And Never Give Up Her Fight For Justice