Ron Goldman's sister had the chance -- and briefly considered -- killing O.J. Simpson.

Kim Goldman recently told the National Enquirer that Simpson, who was acquitted of killing his ex-wife Nicole Brown and her friend Goldman, walked in front of her car one day in 1996.

"I thought, 'I can kill him, right here, right now,'" she said. "I never thought 'avenger' and 'assassin' were words to describe me, but in that moment, they were."

But she decided to take her foot off the accelerator.

"At my core, I am not a violent human being," the now 43-year-old says. "I am not a killer, and he is. I think he is a murdering, narcissistic, sociopath. I have appropriate hatred toward the man who stabbed my brother in the heart and left him for dead."

It's a good thing she didn't, or O.J. would never have found the real killer.

What ... what do you mean he didn't? But he said he would ...

Simpson was charged in the June 1994 murders of Brown and Goldman, but was acquitted. The Goldman and Brown families sued Simpson in civil court, and won $33.5 million in damages. But they've received less than 1 percent of the money so far.

Kim Goldman said, even though Simpson is now in jail after being convicted of robbery and kidnapping in 2008, her family will never stop trying to collect their money.

"If I don't pursue it, if I walk away from the judgment, that's letting him off the hook," she said. "We may never collect anything, but I certainly made his life hell."


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"I will never forget the pure joy I felt when I saw him in shackles after the news that he had been arrested," she said. "Priceless."

Goldman said she sent Simpson a welcome card to the Lovelock Correctional Center in Nevada.

"Congratulations on your new home," she said the card read. "Hope you enjoy your new digs! From the Goldman family."

Simpson will reportedly remain in prison until at least 2015.

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