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What You Might Not Know About Kim Goldman

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In 1995, O.J. Simpson was acquitted of the murder of his estranged wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend, Ronald Goldman. During the trial and the ensuing decades, Ronald's sister, Kim Goldman, has told the press she's still angry about the outcome of the trial and the way it was represented in the media.

Based on media coverage, Kim says, people may come to see her as a sad, bitter person. That perception, she says, couldn't be further from the truth. "I think the misconception people have about me is that I am angry all the time, that I cry all day long, that I wake up and my day consists of how I can stick it to the killer," Kim says. "People, when they see me for a 10 second soundbite on television being upset about something, they assume that I am stuck in the same place I was 21 years ago."

Here, Kim opens up about her life away from the cameras.
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