Skip to comments.INSIDE O.J. SIMPSON HOUSE OF HORRORS
Posted on 09/21/2013 4:08:39 AM PDT by afraidfortherepublic
Shocking bombshell evidence that proves OJ committed double homicide and where he may have hidden the murder weapon REVEALED!
O.J. SIMPSON is shaken to the core because bombshell evidence that proves he murdered his ex-wife and her friend is hidden in his $500,000 Florida home and its all about to be discovered because the house is headed for the auction block on Oct. 29.
The home has been in foreclosure, and the disgraced football star, now imprisoned in Nevada, is terrified that the new owner will discover the items the knife used in the gruesome murders and the designer shoes that left bloody tracks around his former wifes lifeless body.
Plus, sources tell The ENQUIRER, at one point O.J. also secreted potentially incriminating pages from his handwritten 1994 diary at the location.
The hiding place located AT 9450 SW 112 St. in Miami has been a house of horrors for years, disclosed an insider.
Brutal fights have erupted there over the years, and cops have rushed to the residence on several occasions because of frightening violence and suspected drug use.
And now, in a devastating new blow to O.J., the secrets behind the homes walls could provide the final, indisputable evidence that he was the one who brutally slaughtered his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman on June 12, 1994.
The ENQUIRER has learned that as part of O.J.s cover-up following the murders, he had buddies secretly rent storage bins for him to hide certain items, without knowing what they were.
At first, he just wanted to keep crime scene evidence out of the hands of authorities. But after his acquittal on criminal charges, he realized those items could someday fetch a fortune on the memorabilia market, say sources.
(Excerpt) Read more at nationalenquirer.com ...
If he is so clever to ditch all this evidence .... why a bloody glove out on the side of the house ... especially if you're coming in the front ... to get rid of evidence/murder weapons ??
What difference does it make? He cannot be tried again.
Imagine all the years OJ wasted looking for the real killer on golf courses.../ S
The real legacy of O.J.
Yes, unfortunately. Now, had the two victims been BLACK, well, then....it’d be a whole nutha story.....Civil Rights Violations and all.....
The difference is that apparently he saved this evidence as a “nest egg” for his old age, if the Nat. Enquirer is to be believed. Simpson thought these objects would be worth millions $$$. Now, they will belong to somebody else.
Cannot decode the gibberish...
I lost a good friend who is black over this very same thing....
That’s one hellava’ selling point isn’t it, if you buy this house what you find in it could make you rich and famous.
There’s a scene that will always haunt me. OJ at the back right door of his white Bronco, Kardashian with suit bag in hand, holding it up slightly above his waist nearly level with his head. Looking at the bag always gave me the shivers,
the sense of the weapon being in the bag and Kardashian as accessory to the murders.
It is only “...Shocking bombshell evidence...” for anyone who didn’t scratch the surface.
That scumbag should have got the electric chair.
same thing just happened to me over zimmerman case but then i question the definition of friend.
in theie world color is not skin deep. its unfortunately everything to them
look at kardashians face when the verdict is read. looks like he is going to be sick.
i wonder is this haunted him til his death.
oh well his kids made made out great.
one of them even married awesome husband Kanye West. /s
Yes, I VIVIEDLY remember Kardashians face at the verdict.....he could NOT BELIEVE HIS EARS!!
This is my theory, I have no proof...
It was obvious to the cops that responded to the murder scene that OJ did it. But they thought the evidence was a little weak, so they gave the prosecution some "help" by taking one of the gloves and leaving it at OJ's house.
Unfortunately they were used to public defenders that convince their clients to plead out, not a high end team of lawyers that spent months poking holes in their case.
Just my theory...
A $500,000 house in Florida? Before the real estate crash that would have been a 1200 square foot, two bedroom bungalow.
“especially if you’re coming in the front “
I thought he came from the back or side and that’s how Kato Kaelin saw him from his guest house apartment.
I’m trying to remember now if Kato said that he saw OJ or heard something outside his window by the airconditioning unit. Then OJ supposedly went around the house and in the front door.
He said he heard something, and then demonstrated using his hand to make a thumping sound.
No one planted evidence on oj haven’t you ever watched the first 48 there is no perfect crime idiots leave hats receipts drivers licenses all kinds of evidence very often without even realizing it
He said he heard something/someone bump into the window airconditioning unit.
Right. And it was speculated that OJ had run into the air conditioning unit in the dark.
Yup. It’s starting to come back.
I think MAexile in #18 has the best possibility
I don’t think so. I think he dropped the glove
“I think he said he heard something ... but still ... are we to believe now that OJ has all this so well planned and et-cetera but left a glove outside?”
That is why he was acquitted. The prosecution bungled the case so badly, the jury was left wondering what in the world had happened. Marcia Clark had no coherent theory for the crime. She portrayed him as calculating and had planned the crime extremely well, but had absolutely STUPID moves that made no sense with her theory of the crime.
I bought and read the Jury Forewoman’s book. The prosecution got 80-90% of the way there, but left a couple of glaring holes open due to their ineptness in presenting their case. That lost the case for them.
Completely stupid theory. You take the evidence and throw it in a dumpster somewhere way away from the crime. Crime in California, evidence in Miami?
Right, I’m sure he left those incriminating items in there. Will Geraldo be on scene when the walls are opened up?
After the murders he parked abruptly an saw Alan Park at the main gate, He ran down a dark narrow path which probably would get him into his back door without being seen,. He smashed into an air conditioner jutting out from Kato’s room. Shocked by the impact and flustered he dropped the glove.
It's funny - I only remember personally hearing two black opinions on O.J. One was from a professional co-worker who was just as disgusted by the verdict as his white colleagues. The other was some years later, from a San Francisco city employee who had grown up in O.J.'s neighborhood at the same time O.J. was a high school football star. The employee's verdict was that O.J. had been a complete jerk even in his early years and that he basically wouldn't piss on O.J. if he were on fire.
I think O.J.'s support after the trial relied even more on misinformation than on skin color.
> But they [the police] thought the evidence was a little weak, so they gave the prosecution some “help” by taking one of the gloves and leaving it at OJ’s house.<
No way. At the time they hadn’t even investigated the case, and had almost no idea how much evidence there was. Also the police, like most persons, probably started off favorably disposed towards O.J., football star and comedic actor (I started off that way, and hoped he didn’t do it). Whether they disliked blacks or not, they wouldn’t immediately think, “Let’s frame this guy.”
Also, at that time Simpson could have had a foolproof alibi. The police didn’t know yet whether he had one or not. If they’d planted the glove, and then it turned out he was giving a speech somewhere, or appearing at a public event, then they would have put themselves at risk.
Good point. I had never thought of that.
> The prosecution got 80-90% of the way there, but left a couple of glaring holes open due to their ineptness in presenting their case. That lost the case for them.<
The prosecution made some errors, but the so-called Dream Team didn’t come close to convincing me that the case hadn’t been proven. All I saw was second-rate sophistry. It was obvious as hell that Simpson did it.
I had plenty of spare time, and watched nearly every minute of that trial. The uncontested evidence alone was far more than would be needed to convict an ordinary defendant in a non-political trial. I would say there was at least five times more evidence than would have been needed to convict.
I started off sympathetic to OJ, but let me give you an idea of just how sure I was he was guilty by the time the trial ended. If I had 100% confidence in lie detectors (I don’t) — and in the ability of technicians to hook up wires correctly (I don’t) — I’d be willing to agree to have Simpson connected to a lie detector, and to have both of us connected to a switch that would send fatal charges of electricity into one of us. If he truthfully answered “No” to the question “Did you commit the murders?”, I’d get the current. If he answered falsely, he’d get the current. I’m not exaggerating when I say I’d agree to undergo that test.
he’s admitted to doing it to several people
In my mind it was settled long ago. I didn’t need the further evidence of the civil trial, or other later revelations (or things allegedly hidden in some house somewhere). It was obvious he was guilty in the first trial.
Yeh,we show dem dumb crackers how a real brotha off white bitches. We be bein yo Trayvon. We gonna kill you all. Signed, Jeantell!
I think his son did it. That would answer a lot of questions.
I've heard that theory, but OJ doesn't seem like the type to be so selfless as to take the rap for someone else, even his own son.
Bite me, grammar Nazi!
Yes, it is.
Most people stop writing run-on sentences at some point in high school.
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