*Attorney Shawn Holley, part of O.J. Simpson’s “Dream Team” that got him acquitted of double murder, says she was disturbed by O.J.’s “If I Did It” interview with Judith Regan, but his words didn’t necessarily indicate a confession to the crimes.
Holley, who worked for lead defense attorney Johnnie Cochran during the Trial of the Century, says O.J. “isn’t stupid,” and the only way he would have agreed to such an interview is if he spoke hypothetically and assumed the character of the murderer.
In an interview with TMZ, Holley says O.J. was told to behave in a certain way during the interview and he did that…although she admits it’s a bit odd for Simpson to take on the character of a man who murdered his ex-wife and her friend.
Holley says, at the time she and Cochran represented Simpson, they believed in his innocence. As for whether she has changed her mind after the interview, she would only say, “I’ve had a lot of wavering views over the years.”