New Book “O.J. Is Innocent and I Can Prove It,” Asserts O.J. Simpson Did not Kill Nicole Brown Simpson … Claims it was the Juice’s Son Jason Simpson
WOW, its been 17 years since the verdict from the trial of the century when OJ was found not guilty of the murder of his former wife Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman. Many thought that there was jury nullification and that OJ was in fact guilty. However, a new book is out that asserts O.J. Simpson did not murder Nicole Brown Simpson. Is that really plausible?
Is the 500+ book the real account of what happened or a vehicle to a defamation of character law suit?
“Mr. Dear’s investigation and former theories and new facts in this book make it extremely plausible and believable.”
—James Cron, former Commander,
Dallas County Sheriff’s Crime Scene Unit
“Unlike preceding books on this subject by others, Mr. Dear’s new book, to me, offers a ‘strong suspect.’ ”
—Hugh Aynesworth, The Washington Times
A new book, “O.J. Is Innocent and I Can Prove It,” authored by William C. Dear states that he knows who killed Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman and it was not O.J. Simpson. Dear asserts that it was Nicole Simpson was killed by OJ’s son Jason Simpson. The bizarre situation is that Jason was never named a suspect in the murders of Nicole Simpson or Ron Goldman. Dear also says that he is in possession of the murder weapon, gained from a storage unit once owned by his suspect. William Dear claims OJ Simpson tried to cover up his son’s crimes and even allowed himself to be put on trial to divert police attention from his son. Hmm?
In the new book “O.J. Is Innocent and I Can Prove It,” author-investigator William C. Dear asserts that he knows who killed Nicole Brown Simpson. As you can guess from the title, he believes it was not O.J. Simpson: He claims it was Jason Simpson, the former football star’s son.
USA Today reports that Dear says he has the knife used in the murders, saying he obtained it from a storage facility rented by Jason Simpson, who had allowed his payments to lapse.
From MSNBC comes the following transcript of an interview with the author William Dear.
>> why isn’t this in the hands of police? why haven’t you turned over what you believe is material evidence, corroborated by experts in the field? why isn’t this in the hands of police to reopen an investigation? where did you get it?
>> it was put into a storage facility. in that facility was also these diaries that belong to our suspect. in addition to that a photograph of him wearing the knit cap that was found at the crime scene . we have attempted, on more than one occasion, as you’ll see in the book, everything documented in the book, 522 pages, but everything that we’re saying has in fact been documented, and we attempted to meet with them on a number of occasions and they refuse.
>> you keep saying him. who is the suspect? who did you go after in terms of the evidence? who were you going after?
>> o.j.’s son, Jason Lamar Simpson, 24 at the time, 5’11″, 235, he was on probation at the time for assaulting his previous employer with a knife. checked into cedars- sinai hospital weeks prior to the murder. never interviewed bit Los Angeles police department .
So do you believe that since “the glove did not fit that you must acquit” as stated by the late Johnny Cochran? Or is it just implausible that anyone but OJ could have killed Nicole and Ron? From the characteristics that OJ has displayed back then and over the years, I find it almost impossible to believe that OJ would perform a selfless act for anyone. Is is believable that he would have put his butt on the line for his son. The Magic 8-Ball says … signs point to No. To date, Jason Simpson, who works as a chef in Miami, has not replied to the new allegations.