June 12, 2014 is the 20-year anniversary of the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman, whose deaths are largely attributed to O.J. Simpson despite his court acquittal. Here are the top 5 conspiracy theories around the murders, some you may not have ever heard about.
1. Robert Kardashian Hid Evidence
In an exclusive interview with Mail Online, Ronald Goldman’s father, Fred Goldman, alleges that OJ’s friend and attorney Robert Kardashian left the his house after the murder with a briefcase full of evidence. Per the Daily Mail article:
Robert Kardashian, OJ Simpson’s trusted confidant and member of his “Dream Team” of lawyers, carried away evidence in a suitcase from the former footballer’s home the night his ex-wife Nicole Brown-Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman were viciously stabbed to death – and took the secret of where it is to his grave.
Robert Kardashian died in 2003 of esophageal cancer. He is the late father of reality television family “The Kardashians”, including Kim Kardashian.
Fred Goldman claims that the evidence Robert Kardashian disposed of would have been sufficient enough to put OJ away.
2. A Serial Killer Did It
In a documentary released in 2012 titled My Brother the Serial Killer, brother of serial killer Glen Rogers claims Glen was the one who killed Nicole Brown-Simpson and Ron Goldman, not OJ.
Rogers allegedly confessed to the murders after being arrested for the 1995 murders of Tina Marie Cribbs in Tampa and Sandra Gallagher in Los Angeles. The Huffington Post reports:
Rogers reportedly provided receipts to cops that show he was working as a housepainter in Los Angeles in 1994 when Brown was murdered. The documentary claims he told family members that he was working for Simpson and that he said she was rich and he was going to “take her down.”
On top of the Brown-Goldman killings, Rogers claims to have killed upwards of 70 people, but only 10 are confirmed.
You can watch the documentary in its entirety above.
3. OJ’s Son Did It
Jason Simpson is OJ’s son from his first marriage to Marguerite L. Whitley.
Jason was in Los Angeles during the time of the murders for treatment associated with psychotic behavior. He was also currently on probation for assaulting a previous employer with a knife. In an article with author William Dear, who wrote O.J. Is Innocent And I Can Prove It, the Huffington Post reports:
“Our suspect at the time was 5’11” and 235 pounds,” Dear said. “He was 24 years old, and he was on probation for assaulting his previous employer with a knife. In addition to that, he’s had three attempted suicides and has been in a psychiatric unit.”
Above is a YouTube video discussing the Jason Simpson allegations.
4. OJ Took the Fall for Jason
Elaborating on the theory that Jason Simpson perpetrated the murders of Brown and Goldman, some conspiracy theories claim that OJ had knowledge of this and tried to protect his son from incarceration by becoming the prime suspect.
In an earlier book by William Dear titled O.J. Is Guilty But Not of Murder, Dear writes:
Stunned by the brutality of the murders, and at the same time fascinated by how the case was being investigated, veteran detective Bill Dear launched his own investigation into the facts. Dear, within weeks of the murders, climbing over the fence at Bundy, sitting at the front door of Nicole’s condo and recreating in his mind that dark night of Sunday, June 12, 1994, was convinced that O.J. Simpson could not have committed the murders but may have been at the crime scene soon after they occurred. If this is true, O.J. has known all along the identity of the killer.
And that would be his first born son, Jason.
5. Aryan Cult Did It
In a more bizarre turn, a book titled Blood Oath: The Conspiracy to Murder Nicole Brown-Simpson alleges that Nicole Simpson-Brown and Ron Goldman were murdered at the hands of white supremacists attempting to discredit the American judicial system. A summary of the book states:
The book asserts that an elite team* of white supremacists- neo Nazi’s** planned and executed an elaborate “psyop” to assassinate Nicole Simpson, frame O.J., discredit the LAPD and LASD, and generally discredit the American judicial system. The authors are contacted anonymously by one of the conspirators who remains anonymous and is known as “Skinner”. All other conspirators get nick names in the story. He then dictates over numerous calls on public phones to Worth over the Summer of ’95 how the deed was planned and then done. The book is a compelling and a very scary account that more closely matches the known facts/timelines etc….