Sunday, April 1, 2012

Book by private eye says O.J. Simpson didn't committ murder

This just in. Celebrity private eye, William Dear says that O.J. Simpson wasn't the killer in the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman.

Dear's book, “O.J. Is Innocent and I Can Prove It”, says that the real killer was O.J.'s oldest son, Jason.

Seriously, is this an April Fool's joke or something? I don't know, but Dear theorized why O.J. was innocent and  Jason was the one they should've been looking for.

Dear has spent 17 years de-constructing the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman on the night of June 12, 1994.

Digging through his prime suspect’s trash and abandoned storage locker, Dear says a treasure trove of circumstantial evidence points to the 41-year-old son.

According to Dear, among the items he found in the locker were a hunting knife, owned by the “overlooked suspect,” that forensic experts believe is the murder weapon never found by investigators and photos of Jason wearing knit caps similar to one at the crime scene that failed to be linked to his dad.

Dear questions why his suspect was never interviewed by police nor his fingerprints or DNA compared to unidentified ones at the crime scene.

Jason battled with “intermittent rage disorder” and assaulted his girlfriend two months prior to the murders, Dear claims.

He also contends that Jason confesses to having a Jekyll-and-Hyde personality and heavy drug use and cryptically declares “that this is the year of the knife for me” in his diary.

He could be right and I've always said that if O.J. didn't do it he knew who did. Maybe he put Jason up to it. I just don't know.

The worse part of it is that the families of Brown and Goldman have to think about this tragedy once again.

Luck's tutor says the Colts would be making a mistake by taking Griffin

Even with owner Jim Irsay saying that it's "up in the air" about whether the Indianapolis Colts select Robert Griffin III or Andrew Luck, I'd bet good money that the Colts select Luck with the first overall pick of the NFL Draft on April 26.

It almost seems like a foregone conclusion, but there are some that think the Colts should select Griffin over Luck. ESPN's Merill Hoge and NFL Films' Greg Cosell are amongst those in support of Griffin.

Andrew Luck's private quarterback coach, George Whitfield thinks if the Colts don't select Luck they'll be making a mistake. Remember that Whitfield also worked with Carolina's Cam Newton before the draft and he ended up being the top pick in last year's draft. So he might know what he's talking about.

"If they over-think this, they're going to make a mistake they'll regret for years,'' said George Whitfield Jr., Luck's private quarterbacks coach.

"He's constantly being categorized as being safe, the sure thing, almost to the point where it's a negative like there's a ceiling, no apparent way for him to get better,'' Whitfield said. "It's like they're describing a girl you've never seen as smart, witty, funny, consistent, without saying anything about her physically. It almost feels like they're looking at him as the guy with the least amount of negatives.

"Let me tell you: He's far from a finished product. He's very far along, but there are still things he's working on mechanically and there are lots of things he'll get better at by being in the NFL. People are now seeing him throw those intermediate and perimeter passes, and those are throws he's been dying to make. You don't think David Shaw (Luck's coach at Stanford) didn't want to make more of those perimeter throws or go downtown more during the season? But look at Stanford's skill position guys. You can only spend within the budget you have.

"But he's athletic. He's cat quick. He's strong. People are saying he's a prototypical pocket passer, like they're putting him in this category. But there's a lot more he can do.''

In my opinion, I think the Colts will select Luck and although I think both will contribute to their teams, Griffin is set up more for immediate success if he lands in Washington as expected. It's just unfair that Luck is going to be looked upon as the savior since I don't think he's cut out for that role. He'll be good, I just don't think Colts fans should expect the best out of him just yet.