O.J. Is Innocent And I Can Prove It by William C. Dear
Does seasoned private eye/ex-cop William C. Dear prove his title? I am not going to even begin to tell you, but I will say O.J. Is Innocent And I Can Prove It is a book you won’t be able to put down.
As one of the many “Crimes Of The Century,” the infamous mid-90’s killing of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman thrust our beloved O.J. Simpson, ex-football star, Naked Gun actor and Hertz rental car spokesman into the public eye in a way none of us could have ever dreamed. Dear does his best to take us back to those times and recounts his efforts (and this guy has expended a lot of effort through the years finding killers and clearing-up mysteries with his crack TX-based staff) in step-by-step detail letting you enjoy his suspicions and doubts, and presenting his case for who he believes is the actual killer of those two innocent people.
Theories abound about what went down that night in 1994 and really until/if this investigation is open because with Dear’s findings we might never truly know what actually happened. And while some people are convinced O.J. is a murderer, others never believed he was. What’s most important is that Dear asks questions that after reading this book don’t seem so easily answered.