O.J. Simpson was an "insanely jealous" husband who dominated his wife, her sister says. But relatives of the man who died with Nicole Brown Simpson aren't ready to say Simpson was the killer.
"You're innocent until proven guilty," Ronald Goldman's sister, Kim, said in an interview for Friday's broadcast of ABC's "20-20."Simpson, 47, has pleaded innocent to murder in the June 12 deaths of Goldman and his ex-wife.
The victims' families have had little to say since the killings. But with the former football star's trial on the horizon, they have gone public with their feelings.
Juditha Brown told ABC's "PrimeTime Live" that she stood next to her daughter's coffin on the eve of Simpson's arrest and asked him: "Did you do it?"
She said he replied: "No, I loved your daughter."
Nicole's sister, Dominique Brown, told "PrimeTime Live" that Simpson was "insanely jealous, but she was completely devoted to him."
"He was real possessive. She was his. He wanted her to be attractive, but for him, and that's as far as it went. He was just very possessive of her," she said.
Goldman's father, Fred, and stepmother, Patti, told "20-20" of their shock when the coroner's office called to say their son was dead.
Mrs. Goldman said her husband's face turned white and she started screaming. "It was like unbelievable. Unbelievable that, I mean, it was such, such a shock," she said.
Sources close to the case told The Associated Press Thursday that final DNA tests point to a match between Simpson and two blood drops leading from the scene of the killings.
Meanwhile, sources who also spoke on condition of anonymity said the defense is considering whether to call Simpson's two small children to testify.
Justin, 6, and Simpson's 8-year-old daughter, Sydney, were asleep in the condominium at the time of the killings. According to papers filed by the defense, Sydney - while in police custody after the killings - was overheard saying, "I heard mommy's best friend's voice and heard mommy crying."