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Who Did It? Pablo Fenjves

In “If They Did It“–boy, we’re really wearing that out, aren’t we?–Rebecca Dana offers more postmortem on O. J. Simpson’s now canceled book and interview. Among the many details (some of them interesting, some of them arguable, such as Dana’s assertion that Barbara Walters is a “journalist”):

Ms. Regan arranged a phone call between Ms. Walters and the book’s ghostwriter, Pablo Fenjves, a former co-worker of Ms. Regan’s at The National Enquirer who was also a witness for the prosecution in Mr. Simpson’s criminal trial – it was he who recalled the "plaintive wail" of what might have been Nicole Brown Simpson’s Akita on the day of her murder.

So If I Did It, O.J.’s memoir that he insisted was false–yet which most people would have insisted was true, had they been able to read it–was written by a witness for the prosecution at his trial, a neighbor who just happened to be a former coworker of Judith Regan.

I don’t have anything funny to say about that. It’s just weird.

(Although if you Google “Pablo Fenjves,” you’ll discover a man with an illustrious career as a ghost author and screenwriter.)

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