By William C. Dear
Nicole Simpson and Ron Goldman have been brutally murdered at Nicole's domestic on Bundy force in Brentwood, California, at the evening of June 12, 1994. The weeks and months that have been packed with spectacle, together with a much-watched motor vehicle chase and the eventual arrest of O. J. Simpson for the murders. The televised trial that used to be not like any that the state had ever obvious. lengthy confident of O. J.'s guilt, the area used to be stunned while the jury of the "trial of the century" learn the decision of no longer responsible. To at the present time, the LAPD, la District Attorney's workplace, mainstream media, and lots more and plenty of the area at huge stay firmly confident that O. J. Simpson actually acquired away with homicide. based on inner most investigator William pricey, it truly is accurately this assuredness that has led either the police and public to miss a much more most probably suspect. expensive now compiles greater than 16 years of research by means of his staff of forensic specialists and offers proof that O. J. was once now not the...
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Nor would he have led the police and press on a slow-speed freeway car chase if he truly desired to make a run across the border. He would have gone underground and undoubtedly had enough contacts so he could remain hidden for quite some time. And if he really was running from the law because he was guilty, and truly was on the verge of a nervous breakdown, as the police and practically everyone else appeared to believe, there was the question of his innocence. Despite the evidence against him, he repeatedly claimed he was innocent of the murders.
CONTENTS Introduction Foreword A Prediction That Has Come True Prologue: Dan Rather of CBS 1 Reasonable Doubt 2 If Walls Could Talk 3 In My Mind’s Eye 4 Freedom to Pursue 5 Delving Deeper 6 Driving Force 7 Trial of the Century 8 The Quest Continues 9 Anticipating Answers 10 Cry for Help 11 Complete Understanding 12 “Going to Rage” 13 Airtight Alibi? 14 Wearing Blinders 15 Enlisting Expertise 16 Disbelief 17 Encouragement 18 Denial 19 Divulging the Dark Side 20 Dr. Jekyll/Mr. Hyde 21 Tunnel Vision 22 Reflection 23 Accumulating Evidence 24 “Dear Jason” 25 Alibi Extinguished 26 Loose Ends 27 “Bubbling Up” 28 “He’s Sick … He’s Sick” 29 Reiterating Concerns 30 Handwriting on the Wall 31 Overview of Mayhem 32 he Has a New Job 33 Waiting for the Phone to Ring 34 Crucial New Evidence 35 Disaster and Disappointment 36 Conference and Jeep 37 Brian Douglas Evidence 38 Jason Simpson Diaries 39 The Possible Murder Weapon: the Knife 40 The Nonexistent Subpoena 41 The Phone Call 42 The Roommates 43 Alibi Questioned 44 The Bloody Socks 45 O.
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