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'OJ is innocent': Private investigator claims Simpson's SON Jason is guilty.

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posted on Apr, 2 2012 @ 11:13 AM
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i studied this case like my life depended on it in my first criminal law class, read books on it and read "if I did it"...

What do you think of all the information presented in the thread and videos.
It's more evidential than what they nailed OJ with.

peace




posted on Apr, 2 2012 @ 11:15 AM
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Now we just have to figure out if Jason was capable of killing Nicole at 10:15 pm, then go on to kill Ron afterwards, call O.J. to tell him what happened, have O.J. make a drive over to Nicole's to see what happened for himself and still get back to his house to change clothes, etc. in time for the limo driver to see him at 10:54 pm when he picked him up to go to the airport.

Between the 'forged' time cards at the restaurant where Jason worked, the reports from Jason's girlfriend, the distance from one house to the other? No problem. And the time that it took to kill them? Sadly and most regrettably, no time at all.

Tough stuff this. Interesting but tough.

Thanks for the reply.

peace



posted on Apr, 2 2012 @ 11:23 AM
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It certainly is compelling evidence, it would explain O.J's bizzare behavior after becoming aware that the murders had been commited, yet no convincing evidence of blood found, except on socks ,seems to have been planted?

I found it quite odd that the prosecuters being presented with this evidence refuse to discuss it, as well as the police?

I wonder why O.J wrote and told his son he would no longer pay for his medication? This kid is still out on the streets and he's obviously very disturbed.



posted on Apr, 2 2012 @ 12:07 PM
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I found it equally odd OJ hired a lawyer for his son (there's a letter from the D.A or prosecutor that was found in Jason's things) right after the murders - but it never went any further than that. The prosecutors and D.A never even interviewed Jason.

Why?
They wanted it to be OJ, period. His son the murderer wouldn't have reaped half the air time.

I can't believe I'm changing my mind but honestly, I am.

peace

edit on 2-4-2012 by silo13 because: (no reason given)



posted on Apr, 2 2012 @ 12:08 PM
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Not to mention the most obvious giveaway that it was simpson Junior who wielded the blade. His name is Jason



posted on Apr, 2 2012 @ 12:16 PM
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That kills me. It's such a horrific crime and I can't believe I am laughing, but, yeah, I was wondering - did he wear a mask?

Scary stuff that.

Interesting though in the storage space that Jason had? A series of photos hidden with the knit cap that only Jason was seen to wear and never his father.

Ok, so, the watch cap wasn't a 'mask' but it was close.



peace



posted on Apr, 2 2012 @ 01:32 PM
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Although I find the blue knit watch cap to be compelling evidence, there's still too many unanswered questions such as:

1) Why did O.J. have 3 other cuts besides the one on his finger, plus 7 abrasions?

2) According to cell phone records, O.J. was in his Bronco at 10:03 p.m., not in his home.

3) Why did O.J. purchase a fake beard and mustache on May 27, 1994, two weeks before the murder?

4) What reason would Jason have for stalking Nicole before the murder if this was supposed to be a random snap moment after she didn't show up at his restaurant? Was he doing it for O.J.?

5) Cowling told his girlfriend, plus a prison security guard overheard O.J. telling Rosey Grier, "I didn't mean to do it."

6) As for Jason's mental state, there's plenty of evidence stating that O.J. would rage the same way. I think there's no doubt that O.J. and Jason suffered from the same mental disorder and both had violent tendencies and past records.



posted on Apr, 2 2012 @ 02:14 PM
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thanks op for starting this
i havent read all of the stuff provided but there seems to be some stuff that seems to indicate there is truth to this maybe
i always thought it was weird for oj to do somthing like that seems crazy and i dont think he was
his son seemed to be
s and f



posted on Apr, 2 2012 @ 02:48 PM
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I don't know who killed Nichole simpson and that other guy but I do remember them saying that her neck was cut and it looked like a pez dispenser. basically the head just flapping around by the skin on the back. The knife used was a non serrated one. from the people I've talked to it takes a very strong person to slice the neck from front to back with a non serrated blade. An average person will have a difficult time doing this. If the cut was made front to back (adams apple toward spine) the person was very strong. the sternocleisiomastoid (sp) and trapezius and the cartilage in the front are harder to cut than they are to pronounce. If the cut was made from the back forward ie jabbed into the side of the neck around the carotid and then torqued forward and out. cutting away from the handler of the blade it would be easier to make the same sort of wound that killed Nichole. Usually only professionals who do this sort of stuff will know about the latter method of neck slitting. So either somebody very strong did the murder ie OJ or a pro was hired to do the murder.



posted on Apr, 2 2012 @ 02:53 PM
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I really hate this case oj probably did it he got away with it get over it



posted on Apr, 2 2012 @ 03:04 PM
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I think that I am going to have to agree with you, but my reasoning is based completely in the belief that I heard something correctly.

A couple years ago, my mother was dating this huge italian guy, well she still is dating him, but nevertheless the man would sing like a bird about mafia this and gangster. The guy thought he pretty much was a gangster, in the middle of Kansas. I, seeing bullcrap, reluctantly listened and put up with it for a short while. This guys stories were insane, but I remember one of them in particular that struck me when I read this article.

He said that O.J. was covering up for his son, who had killed in a jealous rage. I remember thinking how wierd that theory was, because I had never heard of it before.

Now I am wondering if I should call my mom...



posted on Apr, 2 2012 @ 03:06 PM
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This has actually been a theory for a long time and it does answer a lot of questions that are tough to answer. I just dont know.



posted on Apr, 2 2012 @ 03:56 PM
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Originally posted by silo13
After a 17-year investigation, Dear says he has found circumstantial evidence that links Jason Simpson, 41, to the murders.



This is nowhere near being new.
I recall seeing a TV documentary about this exact thing back in the 1990's that put the guilt on Jason.

And looking through old messages on the usenet newsgroup alt.fan.oj-simpson, the link to Jason is certainly a topic of discussion back then at the time.


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2001 - Book's author theorizes O.J.'s son was killer
Mr. Dear's tome offers a "strong suspect," Simpson's son Jason...

2000 - "O.J.--The Untold Story", TV documentary.
The BBC program pointed a finger of suspicion at O.J. Simpson's son...


See that first link. This isnt even the first book Mr Dear has written on this very topic.



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posted on Apr, 2 2012 @ 04:09 PM
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I can't quite remember. I remember though he had done many posts like this, re-examining a case, or subject. IIRC his avatar had a guy in black with a black hat, lol.

I haven't done a search myself.. Ill try that out tho later.



posted on Apr, 2 2012 @ 04:32 PM
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Originally posted by greeneyedleo
eh....
i studied this case like my life depended on it in my first criminal law class, read books on it and read "if I did it"...

I have absolutely zero doubt OJ murdered those 2.....
i just believe CSI royally screwed things up.....

I couldn't agree more. Vincent Bugliosi did a real well researched book on this case that I swear took me days to get through even on Audio format. It left me with absolutely no doubt on two things though. "The Juice" did it and finally got squeezed for it. I can accept that it didn't come for double homicide...it's still a prison he wakes up in every morning.

Second... Marsha Clark ought to be trusted with nothing more critical or important than the traffic division, prosecuting little old lady's for parking tickets and lane change violations. Even that may be a bit beyond her professional ability, at least as it existed back then. She was handed a case *ALMOST* no prosecutor could find a way to lose....and ended with the public wondering how anyone could have won it. Fail doesn't do HER justice.



posted on Apr, 2 2012 @ 05:22 PM
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After more review, I think O.J. did it at the very least...


Frogmen

A part of the murder case that was never televised was the two hour-long film pilot for Frogmen, a The A-Team-like adventure series starring Simpson, that Warner Bros. Television completed in 1994, a few months before the murders. NBC had not yet decided on whether to order the series when Simpson's arrest canceled the project. While searching his home the police obtained a videotaped copy of the pilot as well as the script and dailies. Although the prosecution investigated reports that Simpson, who played the leader of a group of former United States Navy SEALs, received "a fair amount of" military training—including use of a knife—for Frogmen, and there is a scene in which he holds a knife to the throat of a woman, it was not introduced as evidence during the trial.


en.wikipedia.org...

...and O.J. and his son did it together at the very most.


Dr. Henry Johnson studied the autopsy reports independently and concluded that two knives were used. He also concluded that two knives meant two killers. In addition he saw a pattern in the angels of penetration that told him the killer with the short knife was left-handed and his knife had the flat edge. He felt that the other knife must have had two sharp edges.


www.smartfellowspress.com...

Either way, I think the evidence still points to O.J. being involved directly.

I think it's easier to suggest that O.J. borrowed or used the knit cap left at his home by Jason than it is to assume that Jason would kill someone for not coming to his restaurant as planned.

From what I can gather, O.J. would have been more upset with Nicole for not letting the family sit together during their daughter's recital or get together for dinner afterwards. It appears as though O.J. had to call his daughter around 9:00 p.m. that night to congratulate her on her recital performance. He obviously didn't get a chance to do so after the recital and was ticked off.



posted on Apr, 2 2012 @ 05:40 PM
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Very simply to the people who think that O.J. is guilty - the glove didn't fit!



posted on Apr, 2 2012 @ 05:43 PM
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Originally posted by Deetermined
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Although I find the blue knit watch cap to be compelling evidence, there's still too many unanswered questions such as:

1) Why did O.J. have 3 other cuts besides the one on his finger, plus 7 abrasions?


OJ did climb that wall behind where Kato was living. At that point in time he was not the athletic young man every one likes to picture him as. I am 40 now. Not too long ago I climbed a fence. No big deal, I did a million times as a kid. It was a lot easier back then. I ended up with cuts and scrapes all over me.



2) According to cell phone records, O.J. was in his Bronco at 10:03 p.m., not in his home.

I would have to go back and look at the time line and all the details from this case, but I do remember the testimony from the trial. I had a night job back then and every day I would sit at home all day watching this trial from beginning to end. The testimony of Kato is that he and OJ left to get some food. Then you have the time line of this theory which would indicate that perhaps OJ went over to Nicole's, found the bodies and took off. I think the most interesting witness for this theory is the lady mentioned in the video who claims to have seen OJ driving and almost running her over.


3) Why did O.J. purchase a fake beard and mustache on May 27, 1994, two weeks before the murder?


Now that is a great question. This question alone makes me want to go back and read the transcripts from that trial.


4) What reason would Jason have for stalking Nicole before the murder if this was supposed to be a random snap moment after she didn't show up at his restaurant? Was he doing it for O.J.?


I dont think anyone has suggest that Jason was stalking her, but there is a mention that Nicole thinks she saw someone peeping in her window that looked like Jason. In any event, I dont have an answer for that question, but I do recall reading something a while back about this theory that does address it all in more detail. I might have to look for it.


5) Cowling told his girlfriend, plus a prison security guard overheard O.J. telling Rosey Grier, "I didn't mean to do it."


I have never heard this before. Is there any source for this info or could you point me in what direction I can go to find it?


6) As for Jason's mental state, there's plenty of evidence stating that O.J. would rage the same way. I think there's no doubt that O.J. and Jason suffered from the same mental disorder and both had violent tendencies and past records.


That is a big leap to make with such limited information. OJ obviously beat Nicole but I can not recall anything to such an extreme in comparison to Jason pinning down his girlfriend and slashing her off.



posted on Apr, 2 2012 @ 05:46 PM
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The "Frogman" part of the trial was the most far fetched nonsense I had ever seen portrayed as fact. Movies and real life are two separate things. There was even testimony of how much trouble OJ had physically making that TV show.



posted on Apr, 2 2012 @ 05:55 PM
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i don't see that it matters much, OJ was never convicted of murdering Nicole Brown and the other guy anyway.

he's in prison because of the armed robbery at the Palace Hotel.

OJ will be staying where he is, either way.

i'd call it a stunt to sell books.



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