In 1994, Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald L. Goldman were viciously murdered at Nicole’s condo in Brentwood, California. Ronald Goldman suffered more than 15 knife wounds, including fatal stabs to his neck, chest and abdomen. Nicole Simpson had been stabbed multiple times through the throat, to the point of near decapitation.
The L.A.P.D. investigation that ensued focused on one major suspect: Orenthal James Simpson, known throughout the world as “O.J.”
On June 17, 1994, private investigator William C. Dear, witnessed, along with millions of other Americans, the captivating chase that eventually led to the arrest of O.J. Simpson for the murders of his ex-wife and Goldman.
On October 3rd, 1995 with an estimated 150 million people watching on live television, the verdict in the longest trial in California history was read. The clerk of the court read the words “not guilty” – twice. O.J. Simpson was now a free man.
In almost 50 years as a private investigator, Mr. Dear has learned to never assume. The lifelong PI’s intuition told him there was much more to this case. On his own, he started to read and re-read all the news reports that flooded the media. In his initial research, Bill Dear had more questions unanswered than answered, so, decided to do what he does best – investigate throughly and seek out the truth behind these murders.
His personal investigation continues on into it’s 18th year.