September 15, 2013
Can We Prove, Who Done It?
This is a classic case of who done it. The supporting evidence offers three very compelling theories. The problem is there lacks substantiated proof leading to a smoking gun, or in this case, a knife. This is where my theory comes in to play. In my interpretation of events I hope to persuade the audience that the murder of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman on the night of June 12th, 1994 was committed by Jason Simpson; the oldest son of O.J. Simpson and step son of Nicole Brown Simpson. I will demonstrate through a series of circumstantial evidence that even this famous “who done it” can be viewed with new interest and intrigue. By the end of this narrative it will leave you to ponder if a beloved step son committed cold blooded murder.
First let’s explore the supporting evidence against Jason Simpson. The overwhelming circumstantial evidence will leave you wondering why Jason was not questioned by police as a person of interest. According to Jennifer Green, then girlfriend, Jason carried on his person a set of professional chefs knifes the night of the murders. She admitted to Jason having the knives when she picked him up at Jackson’s restaurant around nine forty-five on the night of the twelfth where Jason was working as a chef. From corresponding testimony of co-workers the restaurant closed early that night around nine o’clock because business was slow. However, this does not match the alibi Jason gave police. Jason stated that he left the restaurant around ten o’clock then dropped his girlfriend Jennifer Green at her apartment, and went home where he watched television until three in the morning. With the conflicting statements of his co-workers and Jennifer Green, who stated after picking Jason up at Jackson’s they went to her apartment and stayed together until eleven p.m. It is then plausible that Jason would have had ample time to...