The Only Story that Has Not Neen Told About OJ

What if there was an alternate story to the ending to one of the trials of the century?
By: Eleonora De Lennart
 
SEATTLE - June 9, 2021 - PRLog -- What if there was an alternate story to the ending to one of the trials of the century?

Eleonora De Lennart, Ph.D. acclaimed researcher, and the bestselling author did the unthinkable in the frame of her groundbreaking research—as part of the "Trilogy of Politics"— she used OJ Simpson as an example for her research. Not because he is black but because he is insecure.

What if OJ wasn't guilty? Why is Faye Resnick pointing to O.J. as the only murderer again and again, to such an extent that it becomes obvious she is seeking to incriminate O.J. to divert attention from something much larger that must be involved in this tragedy?" Especially because O.J. was already in jail with nobody believing his pleas of innocence anyway, so what would she have to fear?

She creates a scientifically sound and thrilling book that even gives a fascinating new insight into the OJ Simpson drama.

So why would O.J. be interested in killing Faye Resnick? Something then crossed my mind. I thought, "Why is Faye Resnick pointing to O.J. as the only murderer again and again, to such an extent that it becomes obvious she is seeking to incriminate O.J. to divert attention from something much larger that must be involved in this tragedy?" (Especially because O.J. was already in jail with nobody believing his pleas of innocence anyway, so what would she have to fear?)

But Faye Resnick mentions Ron Goldman, in the whole book only with a couple of meaningless lines. And the whole story starts and ends here: "Anyway, we were sipping our cappuccinos with a bunch of the Starbucks boys, these gorgeous young aspiring actors and good-looking guys who worked out and had hard bodies," and then she goes on, "Nicole had a crush on one of them, who she thought was really cute. I agreed. His name was Ron Goldman, and the first time I saw him I told Nicole, 'There's only one boy here who's worthy—it's Ron, and he's absolutely gorgeous!' Nicole was pleased to hear my judgment."

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