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Rose, I found something else that could support your idea that Goldberg met Fuhrman in ’94.
Alfred Regnery says that he sought out Fuhrman to do “Murder in Brentwood” and that he introduced Fuhrman to Goldberg and he leaves the impression that he contacted Fuhrman in ’95. I’ve said more than once why I have trouble buying those stories. I also said that I didn’t buy the idea that Goldberg rejected Linda Tripp’s book proposal because of how poorly it was written in light of the fact that the book could have been ghostwritten using Linda Tripp’s name as a White House insider.
What do you make of this article I stumbled across when I was looking for a Clinton-O.J. connection prior to the murders?
A Political and Literary Gadfly In addition to making her reputation as a political gadfly, Goldberg has thrived by representing controversial authors, including former Los Angeles police detective Mark Fuhrman, a key player in the O.J. Simpson case. She was also the agent for Leo Damore’s Senatorial Privilege, an expose about Sen. Ted Kennedy’s Chappaquiddick incident. But not all of Goldberg’s clients have been happy with her services: Kitty Kelley sued her for withholding $61,000 from her on foreign rights to Kelley’s Elizabeth Taylor biography. “After she was accused of withholding the foreign income, she went into what I thought was immediate decline,” Larry Ashmead, an editor at Harper Collins who is an acquaintance of Goldberg’s, told ABCNEWS.com. But with characteristic tenacity, Goldberg turned around and brokered the Fuhrman book Murder in Brentwood, his memoir about the O.J. case, making a best seller from a manuscript that no other New York agent would touch. ‘A Character Deluxe’ Goldberg is herself a writer, spinning out pulp novels like Madam Cleo’s Girls, about a group of international prostitutes, Friends in High Places and People Will Talk, about a gossip columnist. And she ghost wrote former FBI agent Gary Aldrich’s memoirs, a favorite book of Clinton haters, and Washington Wives, a novel by the wife of Nixon accuser John Dean. You’ll find the whole story at: http://more.abcnews.go.com/sections/us/DailyNews/goldbergbio.html
Wish I had a date for the article. –Jasper