Overlooked Suspect - The Movie
see and hear the evidence that has never been made public
Almost everyone thinks O.J. committed the murders, but recall these important, "overlooked" facts:
Ron Goldman put up a bitter struggle with his attacker, yet no bruises or cuts (other than the cut on his finger) were ever found on O.J. Simpson.
Investigators found blood and skin under Nicole's fingernails, along with drops of blood on her back that didn't match those of O.J. Simpson or Ron Goldman.
The LAPD found 17 unidentified fingerprints at the crime scene, none of whch matched O.J. Simpson.
There was an unidentified shoeprint found in blood at the Bundy crime scene,as well as, other footprints that did not match O.J. Simpson's Bruno Magli shoes.
Blood found in O.J.'s Bronco actually totaled less than one drop.
The day after the murders and prior to his arrest, O.J. Simpson hired a defense attorney for a "3rd-party", but not for himself.
The LAPD focused on one major suspect, O.J. Simpson,and quickly eliminated other possible suspects, including our "overlooked suspect".
What do these facts point to?
O.J. WAS AT THE CRIME SCENE, BUT AFTER THE MURDERS.
Find out who O.J. was willing to stand trial for in the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman as you walk, step-by-step, through William C. Dear's 15 year detailed investigation.
View compelling NEW EVIDENCE- that has never been made public.