25 Years After Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman Were Murdered, Kim Goldman Speaks Out

Twenty-five years have passed since Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman were stabbed to death. Their murders remain unsolved, after O.J. Simpson was acquitted in 1995.

Ron Goldman's sister, Kim Goldman, has launched a new 10-episode podcast Confronting: O.J. Simpson, which coincides with the anniversary. In the podcast, she interviews prosecutor Marcia Clark, investigators, members of the jury and witnesses. The first two episodes are available now.

The night of June 12, 1994, Ron Goldman, then 25, was reportedly returning a pair of glasses to Nicole Brown Simpson's Los Angeles home when the two were brutally stabbed and killed.

Fred Goldman, Ron's father, broke the news to Kim.

Kim told Good Morning America host Robin Roberts on Wednesday the podcast is a way to post questions and "face some of my fears, face some of my anxiety" that has been brewing since her brother's death. The anniversary is poignant for the family, given that Ron has now been gone as long as he was alive.

"For all these years, it's been a little frustrating that there's been so much about this case ... television series, fictional approaches, that I thought it was important to go right to the source," Kim told Roberts.

Kim was likely referring, at least in part, to FX's The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story, which dramatized the twists and turns of the murder trial in 10 episodes. ESPN's five-part 30 for 30 documentary, OJ: Made in America, also examined the murder and the trial in the greater context of the NFL star's life.

In a recent telephone interview with The Associated Press, Simpson said neither he nor his children want to talk about the night his ex-wife and her friend were murdered. "We don't need to go back and relive the worst day of our lives," said Simpson. "My family and I have moved on to what we call the 'no negative zone.' We focus on the positives."

Following Simpson's acquittal, the victims' families subsequently filed a wrongful death civil suit against him. In 1997, he was ordered to pay $33.5 million, though much of that sum reportedly hasn't been paid.

In 2008, Simpson was convicted for robbery and sent to a Nevada prison. He was released in 2017 and now lives in Las Vegas.

Simpson declined to discuss his finances with the AP, other than to say he lives on pensions.

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