Famous Prisoners Series – Who really murdered Nicole Brown-Simpson and Ronald Goldman on the fateful night of June 12, 1994? Well, according to ex-LAPD cop and old friend of O.J. Simpson, Ron Shipp, The Juice is the true killer. But, according to Texas private investigator, William C. Dear:
“O.J. Is Innocent and I Can Prove It.”
O.J.’s Friend Turns Snitch: From the Stand to the Media
The People of the State of California v. Orenthal James Simpson trial for two counts of murder began on January 24, 1995. During the trial, the prosecution called on Simpson’s self-proclaimed, long-time friend by the name of Ron Shipp. “Why would Shipp testify for the prosecution?”, was a question many asked before he took the stand.
Once he was up there, it became clear that he was much more of a snitch than a friend. According to an LA Times news report entitled “Simpson Dream Testimony Stirs Uproar” dated February 2, 1995:
“A self-described longtime friend of O. J. Simpson testified today that Mr. Simpson confided to him shortly after Nicole Brown Simpson was found slain that he had dreamed of killing his former wife. But a defense lawyer tore into the witness on cross-examination, attacking him as a liar and a drunk.”
Now, almost 22 years after the double murders, to the date, the so-called friend is snitching on O.J. Simpson again. Shipp was actually with O.J. the night after Nicole Brown-Simpson and Ronald Goldman were murdered on Bundy Drive at Nicole’s Brentwood home. He spoke with Vanity Fair about what that night was like, and just how deputy prosecutor Christopher Darden used unfiltered crime scene photos to convince him to testify against O.J. Simpson.
2 Reasons Why O.J. Simpson is Guilty, According to Shipp
Ron Shipp does give two very legitimate reasons why he has always believed that Simpson was guilty of killing both Nicole and Ron:
- O.J. divulged to him that he’d had multiple dreams of killing his ex-wife, Nicole Brown-Simpson.
- When he arrived at O.J.’s home the day after the murders to check on his “friend”, he saw that infamous cut on The Juice’s hand. Shipp claims that the Heisman trophy winner gave three different stories to three different people about how he got the cut.
Private Investigator Claims O.J. Simpson is Innocent
Shipp, who published his own eBook recently, is now telling anyone in the media who will listen that he’s hoping Simpson will confess soon. However, there’s another man by the name of William C. Dear, who insists “O.J. Is Innocent and I Can Prove It.”
Dear, a private investigator in Texas, has written two different books proclaiming that O.J. Simpson is innocent. “Hard Evidence: O.J. Is Innocent” is a 6-episode Investigation Discovery mini-series scheduled to makes its debut sometime during the early part of 2017.
William C. Dear Reveals True Killer
Hard Evidence: O.J. Is Innocent
This documentary, which is being produced by veteran actor Martin Sheen, will focus on the published works of William C. Dear, one of the world’s top five investigators:
O.J. Is Guilty But Not of Murder – Dear details the six years he spent investigating the double murders, revealing some shocking documents, photos and facts never revealed to the public. And, for the very first time, he reveals a new “major suspect”, Jason Simpson, O.J.’s oldest son from his first marriage.
O.J. Is Innocent and I Can Prove It: The Shocking Truth about the Murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman – Dear explains that the LAPD was so sure of O.J.’s guilt that it was easy for the department to overlook someone who was a much more likely suspect. After 17 years of thoroughly investigating the Nicole Brown-Simpson and Ronald Goldman murders, he and his team of forensic experts have uncovered evidence that reveals Jason Simpson as the true murderer.
At the time of the murders in 1994, Jason Simpson was just 24 years old. He will be the subject of the upcoming documentary “Hard Evidence: O.J. Is Innocent.”
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