|Character||Ron Goldman's Father|
|Age Range(s)||Adult (36-50), Senior (>50)|
|Type of monologue / Character is||Angry, Crying, Frustrated, Reminiscing life story/Telling a story|
|Description||Ronald Goldman's father tells Marcia Clark how the press is portraying his son|
|Details||Season 1, Ep. 4, "100% Not Guilty"|
Here we find the father of murder victim Ron Goldman talking to Marcia Clark, the prosecutor in the OJ Simpson case. He is very upset about how the media is either ignoring his son and how they are portraying him as a superficial man.
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Ronald Goldman’s Father: “Do you?! Do you have a son who was murdered?! Ron is dead! And it’s like no one even cares. I turn on the tv, and it’s just O.J. and Nicole, O.J. and Nicole. It’s like Ron is a footnote...to his own murder! And if they talk about him, they make it seem like some kind of joke! It’s all so superficial. He was a male model, he was a nightclub promoter, he ran a tanning salon. It’s like they are trying to tarnish him! Like..like he was asking for it. (sobs quietly) You know what he did in his spare time? He volunteered at a clinic for children with cerebral palsy. He was a good person! He didn’t drink, he didn’t do drugs. He should be celebrated! Not...this! When the police called and... they said Ron had been killed...I assumed it was a car accident. Never, in my worst nightmare could I have imagined...the truth..what this…(sniffles) this monster did to him. You have children? I pray that you never have to read an autopsy report for your own child. My son’s last moments were filled with such horror...and such pain. He...was stabbed so many times. He was stabbed in his chest, in his neck...his face..his head, his hands, his stomach..his thigh (sobs) he was even stabbed...after he was dead."