"This compelling investigation into the unsolved murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman focuses on the time-frame when the murders occurred - the "killing time," sometime between 10 PM and 11 PM, June 12, 1994. In a groundbreaking scientific forensic investigation, material from the crime scene is analyzed to produce different scenarios of the murders, each with its own timeline of evidence and players, some involving O. J. Simpson in the murders, some not." "The narrative begins with a review of the trial, the evidence, and the partisan theories of the Prosecution and Defense; then moves minute-by-minute through new retellings of the murders. Woven throughout are interviews, explosive information, and signs of both conspiracy and cover-up, from what the lawyers didn't tell you and the press didn't report, to insights from a "deep throat" source within law enforcement, to evidence of organized crime in Brentwood." "Only after you have considered all the scenarios will you be able to decide for yourself whether the case is open or closed. For those wanting to develop their own scenarios, new leads and a blank timeline are provided."--BOOK JACKET.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -299) and index.
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