Book Review: O.J. is Innocent and I Can Prove It

When legendary NFL running back and Hollywood actor O.J. Simpson was acquitted in the double-slaying of his ex-wife Nicole and her friend Ron Goldman in 1995, many observers felt the former gridiron great had gotten away with murder in the “Trial of the Century.” One man who has steadfastly defended Simpson’s innocence is Dallas-based private investigator William Dear, who offers an alternative theory to the killer’s identity in his book, O.J. is Innocent and I Can Prove It.

In the book, Dear theorizes that it was not Simpson who brutally murdered Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman, but that his son Jason committed the crimes. Dear presents a mountain of circumstantial evidence against the younger Simpson in a compelling and convincing manner, utilizing 500-plus pages in an attempt to validate his controversial theory.

Dear’s hypothesis was the basis for the Investigation Discovery series, Is O.J. Innocent? The Missing Evidence.

Purchasing information for O.J. is Innocent and I Can Prove It is available here.

(Special thanks to Madeleine Ball at Skyhorse Publishing)

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