From the title of William Dear's new book O.J. Is Innocent and I Can Prove It, one may think that O.J. Simpson has an ally. But Dear's finger is pointed right at Simpson's own son, Jason Simpson, who was 24 at the time that his dad was on trial for the murder of Nicole Simpson Brown and Ronald Goldman.
In the book, which is due to hit stores on Monday, Dear, a private investigator assigned to the 1994 case, details what he and his team of forensic experts have found over the past 17 years.
In his argument, he states that O.J. went through the long trial and investigations to cover for his son, now 41, who is living in Miami where he works as a cook, according to the New York Post.
Dear's evidentiary support includes items found in Jason's locker and trashcan including a hunting knife that forensic experts believe is the actual murder weapon and Jason's habit of wearing knit caps similar to the one left at the crime scene that was actually never linked to O.J.
Dear also looks into Jason's personality and brings his drug abuse and domestic violence history along with his anger management issues to the surface.