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Originally posted by Icarus Rising
For the record, I think Kato was involved, too, but that is just a gut feeling, unsubstantiated by any reported facts.
Originally posted by Valhall
5. The bloody dog prints went down the sidewalk to the front gate and out onto the sidewalk along the street until they finally disappeared (all the blood was off the dog's feet). Some one had to let the Akita out the front gate onto the sidewalk.
It had to be some one the dog knew. There were no tracks of the dog as if it had lingered at any point where the blood pool was (i.e. no evidence presented that the dog stood its ground or attempted to attack the perpetrator(s)). The dog tracks show that the dog walked from the front door across the path of the place where Nicole bled out AFTER she had started bleeding out, and walked straight to the front gate where it was let out. I just don't believe this dog would have immediately followed a stranger-attacker to the front gate when his owner is getting her head virtually cut off. But I do believe it would follow one of its owners that way - even if the other owner is in distress. It is along this same path toward the gate that the Bruno Magli shoe prints (which OJ did own) were found.
I personally don't think OJ was the one that cut her throat. I think he was there, was the one that rang the doorbell, and then assisted in some way. I think he's the one that the let the dog out the front gate.
[edit on 10-28-2006 by Valhall]
I will look for some more links other then the one I posted. Ill post back later after I have looked into it more and have found more sources.
Originally posted by Valhall
I've never considered that. I really don't have any opinion on it. Can you provide some links to some reading on that theory? I don't know why he would do it. I think there is far too much that circumstantially points to O.J. though. As far as the drug-dealer theory, I really don't give that much serious thought at all. It's a defense-concocted theory that doesn't have much substance.
The murder of Ron and Nicole was among a string of murders of people associated with Simpson, Ron, and Nicole. Casimir Sucharski, a friend of Simpson, was murdered two weeks after Ron and Nicole. On March 19, 1995, Simpson's friend, record company promoter Charles Minor, was murdered. On July 30, 1993, eleven months before the famous double murder, Ron Goldman's friend Brett Cantor was killed with a knife in a manner identical to Ron and Nicole: from behind and across the throat and stabbed repeatedly on the arms and chest. Michael Nigg, a waiter at the Mezzaluna (where Ron Goldman was also a waiter) was shot in the head and killed. Another Mezzaluna waiter barely survived a car bombing.
"Let's say I committed this crime ... Even if I did do this, it would have been because I loved her very much, right?"
..is a rational, sane statement to make in an interview.
Rupert Murdoch's media companies have cancelled plans for a controversial book by OJ Simpson and televised interview with him.
The book and programme If I Did It, in which Mr Simpson describes how he would have killed his ex-wife and her friend, had caused public outrage.
Mr Murdoch said he was "sorry for any pain this has caused."