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O.J. is Innocent and I Can Prove It by William C. Dear
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Apr 11, 12

bookshelves: families, medical-issues, men, mystery, non-fiction, psychological-thriller, police-procedural-mystery
Read from April 05 to 10, 2012

Since I once lived in Brentwood, around the corner from the Rockingham estate of OJ Simpson (I was a nanny during college), I have been fascinated by the notorious Nicole Simpson-Ron Goldman murders. I have walked those streets, pushing a baby stroller or with a toddler on a trike. And this heinous act was committed there.. .plus OJ was not found guilty.

Like Bugliosi's book "Outrage," "OJ is Innocent" takes on the investigation anew. I was quite skeptical when I opened the book.

But Dear spent years and years investigating, turning up information that had been discounted or overlooked by LAPD.

Whether the book changes your mind or not, this is a terrific argument in favor of another killer at the scene with clues and evidence to back it up.
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