An interview with OJ Simpson in which he 'hypothetically' confesses to the murder of ex-wife Nicole Brown and her friend Ron Goldman has resurfaced after previously being shelved.
US network Fox aired the clips from 2006 in a two-hour special on Sunday night.
Simpson was found not guilty of the double homicides of Brown and Goldman in 1995.
The interview had been conducted to promote his controversial book If I Did It, in which Simpson put forward a hypothetical account of the murders. The interview OJ Simpson: The Lost Confession?, and the book were pulled due to an outcry from the public.
The book went on to be published after a court awarded the rights to victim Ron Goldman's family, who had won a successful civil wrongful death claim against him, the BBC reports.
In the interview with book publisher Judith Reagan - which got the Twitter hashtag #DidOJConfess trending throughout the broadcast - Simpson keeps reminding the audience that his recollection of the incident is merely 'hypothetical'.
He speaks about driving over to Nicole's house with his friend Charlie armed with a knife, cap and gloves, before getting into a heated exchange with Nicole and Goldman.
'I remember I grabbed the knife, I do remember that portion, taking the knife from Charlie and to be honest, after that I don't remember, except I'm standing there and there's all kinda stuff around,' he said.
I remember I grabbed the knife, I do remember that portion
When asked what kind of 'stuff', he replied: 'Blood and stuff.'
'I don't think two people could have been murdered the way they were without everybody covered in blood,' he went on.
'And of course, I think we've all seen the grizzly pictures. I think everything was covered, would have been covered in blood.'
Discussing the famed leather glove which became a crucial piece of evidence during the trial, Simpson said he 'might' have taken it off before being handed a knife from Charlie.
I think everything was covered, would have been covered in blood
'I have no conscious memory of doing that, but I obviously must have because they found the glove there,' he continued.
The interview also featured an analysis from Reagan and trial prosecutor Christopher Darden, who said he believed it amounted to a confession of the crime.
Darden said: 'If I'd known he said this in 2006, I would not have objected to the release of this video.
'I don't think there's any question of his involvement and that he is the person who is wielding the knife.'
Simpson was recently released on parole from prison in Nevada after serving nine years of a 33 year sentence for his role in an attempted armed robbery in Las Vegas.
Nicole is survived by her two children with Simpson - Justin and Sydney.