Simpson, who was acquitted of the murder, eventually wrote a book called “If I Did It: Confessions of the Killer” where he detailed the crime as “if”? he actually did it.
While most feel the book was the former football pro’s way of finally confessing to the sins of murdering his ex-wife, Nicole Brown-Simpson, there’s one man in particular who feels it was merely a cover up to protect the real murderer…. OJ’s son!
Renowned private investigator William C. Dear says he can prove that OJ Simpson is innocent of the murder of his ex-wife and he has facts to support that it was Simpson’s oldest son, Jason (from his first marriage) who actually committed the crime.
Dear has written all of the facts in a book called “O.J. is Innocent and I Can Prove It: The Shocking Truth about the Murders of Nicole Simpson and Ron Goldman.“
Jason Simpson was never considered a suspect or a person of interest in the murder of his stepmom and her friend Ron Goldman but Dear said he has spent the past 18 years collecting circumstantial evidence which, he feels proves O.J.’s innocence.
“I flew out two weeks after the murders,” he said.
“I climbed over the back gate and walked the walkway to the front door, and that’s when I realized O.J. could not have done it. But he was there. He was either there at the time or there afterwards [and] became part of the crime.”
Dear claims that he has possession of the actual knife that was used in the murders, along with photos and other evidence that point to Jason Simpson as the true killer.
…we found the weapon in Jason’s storage facility that he failed to make payments on. We know he carried it — his initials were carved in the leather sheath.
We have emails from his former roommates that were in college with him. We have our suspect’s diaries. We have his forged time card, and we have the vehicle he was driving on the night of the murders.
In case you’re wondering why on earth Jason would want to kill Nicole Brown-Simpson, Dear contends that Jason has his own demons and suffers from “intermittent rage disorder.”
During O.J.’s murder trial, prosecutors alleged that the defendant was obsessed with his ex-wife, that he was prone to jealous rages and that he would stalk her.
Dear said that described Jason as well…
“Our suspect [Jason] at the time was 5’11” and 235 pounds,” Dear said.
On the day of the murders — June 12, 1994 — O.J. Simpson and Nicole Brown attended a dance recital for their daughter. Dear alleges that Jason Simpson was working as a chef in a Beverly Hills restaurant and had put together a special meal for the family.
Brown did not attend the dinner and that could have been what set him off.
“You’re dealing with a young man who just weeks prior had checked into a hospital where he said he was out of his medication and was about to rage,” Dear said.
“I have no doubt he had no intention of killing her, but [he] confronted her and, as a result, something happened.”
The diaries he obtained from the storage unit, which were allegedly written by Jason, refer to the young man’s obsession with knives and the problems he was purportedly dealing with.
One entry allegedly reads, “It’s the year of the knife for me. I cut away my problems with a knife. Anybody touches my friends — I will kill them. I’m also tired of being Dr. Jekyll [and] Mr. Hyde.”
O.J. Simpson is currently locked up in Lovelock, Nevada, where he is serving time on an unrelated charge of armed robbery and kidnapping after he took sports memorabilia from a dealer at gunpoint.
Dear insists he can back up every allegation he made in his book and is confident that his theory is correct.
I have been inducted into the Police Officer Hall of Fame as a private investigator, so my credentials are not [that of] some idiot guy just throwing it out there. My reputation is important to me.
I would not say any of this without a great deal of backup. READ MORE
Jason Simpson is now 41-years old and lives in Miami, where he reportedly works as a chef. Neither he, nor his father have spoken publicly about these new allegations.
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