By Kim Goldman
When Kim Goldman was once simply 22, her older brother, Ron, used to be brutally killed through O.J. Simpson—a scary occasion that ended in some of the most public trials in American heritage. Ron and Kim have been very shut, and her devastation used to be compounded through the surprising not-guilty verdict that allowed a smirking Simpson to go away as a loose man.
Not purely did Kim need to stay with the painful wisdom that her brother’s killer walked unfastened, yet she additionally struggled to maintain her grief deepest from the media frenzy and outpouring of public opinion. suggested via acquaintances, strangers, or even Oprah to “find closure,” Kim selected a distinct route.
She selected to fight—not only for her brother and her family members, yet for others, as she came upon her calling operating with sufferers’ households in pursuit of justice and peace.
From her mom and dad’ devastating divorce and a life-changing motor vehicle twist of fate to dwelling lifestyles as one among America’s most renowned sufferers and courting as a unmarried mom, Can’t Forgive tells of a typical individual thrown into impressive conditions at a truly younger age who had the courage—despite the discouragement of so many—to forget about traditional knowledge and not hand over her struggle for justice.