I'm going to keep this short and sweet, because there are much more worthwhile things to discuss. Concerning the Double Jeopardy law in criminal matters, we should make an exception for OJ. Isn't it bad enough that we had to endure the televised fiasco they called a trial? That wasn't a matter of justice, it was one of the worst reality shows ever aired. Now he's published a (hypothetical) confession?! It should be used against him to reopen the case and lock him away for good, if only on the grounds that we wouldn't have to see or hear from him again.
Then again, maybe OJ is on to something here ...
If I were a man of moral fiber and sound character, I may be disinclined to read any literature about supposed events that may or may not have occurred. Then again, if I had I any prior knowledge of events that were the subject of said literature, I'm sure I could be completely objective as I read every fictional detail of the events that didn't happen the way I was reading about them. Furthermore, once completing this task, I am positive that I could keep an open mind and potentially have a change of heart on the matter completey, being swayed that, in no small part to a perfect justice system, that such a timeline laid before me never could have taken place and that this author was still doing everything possible to solve the mystery that everyone else already had.
Then again ... maybe not.