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Private investigator Bill Dear has collected evidence for the past 21 years suggesting a new possibility in the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman. The team takes a closer look... See full summary »
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Episode credited cast:
F. Lee Bailey ... (archive footage)
Jane Beresford Jane Beresford ... Herself - Psychologist
Nicole Brown Simpson Nicole Brown Simpson ... (archive footage)
Beth Chrisman Beth Chrisman ... Herself - Handwriting Expert
Johnnie L. Cochran Jr. ... (archive footage)
A.C. Cowlings A.C. Cowlings ... (archive footage)
Bill Dear Bill Dear ... Himself
Paul Goldberg Paul Goldberg ... Himself - Owner of Revival Cafe
Ron Goldman Ron Goldman ... (archive footage)
Barry Hostetler Barry Hostetler ... Himself
Lance Ito Lance Ito ... (archive footage)
Robert Kardashian Robert Kardashian ... (archive footage)
Derrick Levasseur ... Himself
Kris Mohandie Kris Mohandie ... Himself
Martin Sheen ... Himself - Narrator
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Private investigator Bill Dear has collected evidence for the past 21 years suggesting a new possibility in the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman. The team takes a closer look at Dear's 'person of interest' and his checkered past.

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Mystery

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15 January 2017 (USA) See more »

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Objective Productions See more »
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Episode 3: Person of Interest
6 February 2018 | by Michael_ElliottSee all my reviews

Is O.J. Innocent? The Missing Evidence (2017)

Episode 3: Person of Interest

Martin Sheen narrates this new series, which throws out the idea that O.J. Simpson was really innocent and that someone else might have committed the double murders. The third episode spends its entire running time taking a look at Simpson's son Jason and the various issues that he had during the period of the murders. This includes some violent writings that he did as well as a physical assault charge. There's also talk with someone who heard him say something negative towards Nicole Brown Simpson.

This third episode is certainly a good one but there's no question that there's really nothing here that connects him the murder. I'm sure that evidence (if there is any) will happen in a future episode but what's here is a clear example that he had a temper and had various other issues that some people knew about and some even thought of him when the murders took place.

The most interesting interview here comes from Ron Shipp who was a friend of O.J.'s but testified against him at the trial. What's interesting about this interview is that he sheds some light on Jason but he is also convinced that he had nothing to do with the crime and says that all of the evidence points to O.J.. I bring this up simply to show that the documentary, so far, has been fair and balanced, which isn't the normal thing for a film like this.

Episode: A-


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