Texas P.I. William Dear Claims To Have Proof O.J. Didn't Do It...Which Is Adorable. Argues "Juice's" Son is "The Real Killer"

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In the nearly 18 years since the brutal murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman, we've all -- as a planet -- collectively come to the general consensus that O.J. Simpson murdered two people, and that's likely because he did of the mountains of evidence pointing in his direction (the blood, the glove, more blood, etc., etc., etc.).

However, Texas-based private investigator William Dear -- whose book (natch), O.J. Is Innocent And I Can Prove It is being released today -- tells the Voice that after investigating the murders for nearly two decades, he can now prove that O.J.'s son Jason is the one who got away with murder, not the Heisman Trophy winning running back.

We spent about 40 minutes speaking with Dear yesterday, and while he didn't convince us that O.J.'s innocent, his arguments aren't too far beyond the realm of possibility.

"This is not a bunch of bullshit," he assures us.

Dear concedes that when he first heard about the murders back in 1994, he was watching on TV as Simpson's white Ford Bronco was cruising down a Los Angeles freeway and thought to himself -- like many did at the time -- "well...O.J. did it." His children, however, reminded the seasoned sleuth that the case hadn't been fully investigated yet and that he should wait until it has before coming to any conclusions.

That was Dear's cue to travel to Los Angeles about two weeks after the murders, jump over the fence in Nicole Brown Simpson's back yard, and try to crack the case himself.

Dear says he knew right away that the victims knew the person who killed them based on where their bodies were discovered outside of Brown's Brentwood home. He says Jason Simpson -- whom he claims has a "Jekyll and Hyde" type personality -- should have been a suspect from the beginning.

"[Jason] had intermittent rage disorder. He was on probation [at the time of the murder] and had recently assaulted his former employer with a knife," Dear says. "But he was never interviewed by police."

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Additionally, Dear says, authorities never tested Jason's finger prints or DNA against forensic evidence collected at the crime scene.

When Jason Simpson stopped paying the bill for a storage container he'd been renting, Dear bought it and says he found even more damning evidence against the younger Simpson -- including a hunting knife -- inside. Dear also says he bought the car Jason owned at the time of the murders, but wouldn't reveal to us what -- if anything -- was found inside the vehicle.

Dear's theory is this: the night of the murders, Brown had planned to go the restaurant where Jason worked to celebrate with family and friends after her daughter's dance recital. But Brown never showed. Angry and humiliated, Jason -- again, who Dear claims suffers from a "rage" disorder -- went to her house to confront her.

"I don't think he went there with the intention of killing her," Dear says. "But she probably made a mistake you shouldn't make with people who are off their meds [Dear claims Jason had stopped taking anti-rage medication he was prescribed around the time of the murders]. She may have slapped him -- we spoke with some of her former employees who said [Brown slapping someone] wouldn't be out of the ordinary."

Jason, Dear claims, flew into a violent rage and killed Brown as Goldman was walking up to the house. He then stabbed Goldman, as well.

This is the point in Dear's story when anyone familiar with the case should ask "well then how do you explain Brown's and Goldman's blood ending up in O.J.'s car?" Dear's answer: there wasn't as much blood in O.J.'s car as the prosecution would have you believe.

"The amount of [Brown's and Goldman's] blood found in Simpson's car was about the size of a fingernail," Dear says. "The car wasn't full of blood, as Marcia Clark would have you believe."

Dear doesn't dispute that O.J. was likely at the crime scene -- or that he dropped the infamous bloody glove while there -- but he says he went there to check on his children who lived with Brown after Jason told him what happened. When he discovered the bodies, he knew he'd be considered a suspect and panicked.

Dear doesn't dispute the prosecution's theory of the path Simpson took to get home from Brown's condo -- or the testimony of witnesses who saw O.J. the night of the murder. He says, though, that any suspicious behavior O.J. demonstrated that night was because he was in panic mode -- in fear of becoming a suspect -- not because he murdered his ex-wife and Goldman.

As we mentioned, Dear has written a book, and it has a very sexy title that undoubtedly will get a lot of attention. But he claims, of course, that he's not in it for the money.

"It's going on 18 years of my search for the truth, so nobody can say I'm just trying to make a dollar off this," Dear says, explaining that no amount of money he would earn from the book would equal the 18 years of work he put into the investigation. "I want truth and justice. My hope is they form a special grand jury to take a look at [my investigation]."

Meanwhile, Simpson's rotting away in a Nevada prison because...well...karma's a bitch.

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Jungle275
Jungle275

I was always troubled by the 'b' type blood under Nicole's Fingernails and the different sets of footprints from the crime scene especially on the shin area of Ron Goldman's pants... There were other issues...I don't know if OJ was gulity or not...But at the absolute least I believe he knew what happened...I shouldn't have been caught up in celebri-itis the way i was. This case is no more important than anyone else's case...The high level of edta on nearly all of the blood evidence implcates that police did try to frame or at least enhance their chances... I feel horrible for all crime victims...just don't know.

Bryan
Bryan

All the idiots buying into this stupid theory of OJ's son doing it, keep in mind that OJ's non-EDTA blood was found ON THE SCENE, he had cut his finger (possibly during the knife fight), one of his Gloves which were very unique (only 300 pair sold in the US) and was bought by Nicole for him was found on the scene, so much evidence against OJ, you can't fucking ignore it and say, "Oh, there was a knife found in jason's storage, so he is the killer". People don't take gloves with them to a murder scene. They do take it when they wanna murder someone.

Vanessa Inocnaib
Vanessa Inocnaib

If you have followed this story from the beginning, and then read William Dear's book, you can clearly see that Jason Simpson should have been a suspect from the beginning. I have always believed that his son was the guilty one, and that OJ covered it up. This book is an amazing eye opener to not only the OJ Simpson trial for double murder, but also an eye opener as to how crooked and plagued the LAPD is with crooked, police and member's of the DA's office. There is NO statue of limitations on murder in California. This case should NEVER be reffered to as closed until the right person is brought to justice for these brutal killings.

pacing polly
pacing polly

I don't know U.s law ..but would'nt a simple blood test clear this whole mess up.Over to you Jason.Help your pappa out

pacing polly
pacing polly

Where there is smoke there's likely fire ..as they say

Joe Hone
Joe Hone

I'm unimpressed. First, there was evidence of OJ's confession to Rosey Grier, which was excluded under the penitent/clergy privilege. The issue was whether the privilege applied to a jail guard who was not evesdropping, but overheard the confession in the course of doing his job. The court excluded the confession. 

Second, this was the trial of the century, and every defense lawyer in the country would take it both for the exposure, but also for the fortune it would bring. Howard Weitzman was OJ's first choice to take the case, but after one long weekend, Weitzman declared a conflict and bowed out. Why would he do that? Simple; it is a violation of attorney ethics, and possibly criminal conduct, for an attorney to put a client on the witness stand and allow them to testify contrary to what the attorney knows is the truth - a confession is such a truth. That is why most defense attorney's start their client interviews with, "Don't tell me if you did it," because that knowledge often interferes with the attorney putting forth their best defense. When Weitzman suddenly declared a conflict, every criminal defense attorney that I know assumed that OJ confessed to Weitzman, which immediately put severe limitations on planning for a defense. That is the only satisfactory answer to why he would conflict after agreeing to take the case. 

William Dear, you've spun a fanciful yarn, but the crime scene evidence along with more telling collateral evidence all points to OJ being guilty. 

Payton_vege
Payton_vege

Amazing write-up! This could aid plenty of people find out more about this particular issue. Are you keen to integrate video clips coupled with these? It would absolutely help out. Your conclusion was spot on and thanks to you; I probably won’t have to describe everything to my pals. I can simply direct them here!

rideordie
rideordie

Wow. Never heard that theory before. It actually makes sense... Except that would mean that JASON knowingly let his dad take the fall for his crime and never cracked or revealed anything during all of these years. Is this to say the police "never" questioned JASON regarding anything? Or he could've just been stashing the knife. Only they know.

pyramid1958
pyramid1958

That is correct they never questioned Jason. And I myself was suspicious of him. But in an investigation the police develop tunnel vision and don't look for other suspects.

M
M

Maybe they both did it 

Chirpsoul
Chirpsoul

 There is nothing new here but enough maybes and questions for a person obsessed with his version of events to convince himself he is right.  If you are obsessed it doesn't take much to see what you want to see.  Mr. Dear has proven nothing new.

pyramid1958
pyramid1958

This is new evidence and it's unbelievable that you cannot see that. Now I hear that the police closed the case. In 2008 they told Dear to keep this evidence but now that OJ was put away for years over the robbery they don't want to look into it now. Let's see, we have 2 dead people (that no one has been convicted for these murders) and a suspect that was never questioned and they don't want to bother now. The cops and DA that was involved in this case all shooting their mouths off that OJ was guilty I guess it would be hard for them to now swallow perhaps what really happened. No justice for Nicole or Ron and that is sad!

lynn delmerico
lynn delmerico

I agree with W.Dear and hope he continues his investegating.this case

123_890
123_890

Sorry, knifed them to death not shoot them.

123_890
123_890

Could it have been that Brown and Goldman were caught having an affair and Jason pulled the trigger?

Karen Rutledge
Karen Rutledge

I have thought from day one that Jason did it! He hated his mom and Ron Goldman having a thing. IF you can find archives from the  trial...watch Jason's reaction to the verdict! OJ (like most parents) was trying to protect his son and knew after talking with his good friend Robert Kardashian that they would create a good defense and get OJ off. THey never asked OJ if he didn't do then who would have enough rage to do so. This was definately a rage spree! I hope they open it back up! After trial was over Jason was sent packing to Paris. OH and also watch, if you can find it, the video of when OJ returned home from the long car chase. Who was the first to greet the Bronco and AC Cowlings was pushing him out of the way!!!

Sundoginv
Sundoginv

I figured it was his oldest son years ago, I could have saved this PI a lot of time. It was a no brainer

Michael Newson
Michael Newson

I've always contended, from Day 1 that prosecutors in The O.J. Simpson Trial tried the Wrong "Simpson".  Take a look...

Michael Newson
Michael Newson

I've always contended, from Day 1 that prosecutors in The O.J. Simpson Trial tried the Wrong "Simpson".  Take a look...

Judith Bowie
Judith Bowie

Thank you, Thank you, Thank you. I never thought OJ commited the murders but knew who did.  After watching his son in court there seemed to be something wrong with him.  Why did OJ's daughter testify and his son didn't?  I was ridiculed so much for my theroy, I hope when they see your book, they will remember what I said after the trial. JB

Dlduscg
Dlduscg

Sometimes for the sake of justice, a case must be reopened. OJ paid the price for wrongful death, and it may be that he would not be in jail today if the events had taken a different course. Racial bias and a rush to judgement, and the obsession to get OJ may have obscured the possibility of implicating anyone else. If these facts had been known by the prosecution and not pursued, for whatever reason, OJ may now be in a position for restitution. Many people I know reached their conclusions before OJ was arrested, and in the court of public opinion he was already guilty before the trial began. What an ironic twist this would be....stay tuned.

Opportunityawaits
Opportunityawaits

Why open things up again. Think about the families. AND think about the tax payers dollars it would waste. He is guilty as hell and everybody knows it!!!

Vanessa Inocnaib
Vanessa Inocnaib

Why NOT open things up? Think about the families and the justice they deserve. If there is evidence out there to suggest that someone else did this, there was time, motive and  oppurtunity, the families DESERVE the truth. The LAPD botched this investigation from the beginning. They should be footing the bill, and guess what, if it were YOUR family memeber killed, or accused of killing, you would want the truth to come out.

CM
CM

He found a knife in a storage locker. So the heck what. You know who else has a hunting knife?  Every. Hunter. On. Earth.  To snidely suggest that the knife could be the murder weapon without claiming to have performed any type of forensic test at all on it is quite lame.  So too is the notion that OJ brought gloves for the purpose of checking on his children, dipped them in blood, and then panicked and removed one at the scene. Lastly, if Jason had *told* OJ what had happened, why would he go there and then suddenly panic that he'd become a suspect?"Hey Dad, just an FYI - I killed your ex-wife a few minutes ago.""I see.  How are my kids?""Didn't see them.""10-4, think I'll just swing by the crime scene to make sure they're ok.""Good call. You going to wake them up?""Nah, I'll leave them asleep and alone in the house. They hate being woken up.  By the way, is the scene gross?""You'll see.  Bring gloves.""Fair enough. Hope I don't freak out!"

Pjp1959
Pjp1959

Why would this guy put the victim's families through all this again?  Just plain mean...

Jnktr
Jnktr

Psalms 9:12When he maketh inquisition for blood, he remembereth them: he forgetteth not the cry of the humble.

9 And the LORD said unto Cain, Where is Abel thy brother? And he said, I know not: Am I my brother's keeper? 10 And he said, What hast thou done? the voice of thy brother's blood crieth unto me from the ground.

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