By Ann Rule
Big apple instances Bestseller, Ann Rule’s Crime documents, Vol. 14. in simple terms Ann Rule may provide the razor sharp perception into those riveting circumstances regarding conscienceless killers. during this 14th actual Crime dossier, Rule brings her years of schooling and adventure in facing sadistic sociopaths to mild in a set that proves once more that fact is stranger and extra terrifying than fiction. whereas the crimes portrayed during this attention-grabbing quantity are tragic, probably such a lot terrifying is that not one of the sufferers had any feel of threat, by no means figuring out there have been masterfully disguised killers jogging beside them of their day-by-day lives
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J. was still married and playing football when he met the statuesque seventeen-year-old blond waitress, twelve years his junior, at a small Los Angeles restaurant called The Daisy. That he was black, and she white, naturally created tension for many of O. ’s fans and her friends, but nothing could be done to pull them apart. By all accounts, they fell head over heels in love. In fact, most of the people who knew them agreed that Nicole and O. J. just couldn’t get enough of each other. Nicole herself had confided to friends that they sometimes made love five times a day.
Himself raised even more questions in my mind. Had he truly been a family man, as suggested by the loving manner in which he cradled the framed pictures in his lap, he surely would not have desired to kill himself on network television, or worse still, in the driveway of his own home in full view of his friends and family. Nor would he have led the police and press on a slow-speed freeway car chase if he truly desired to make a run across the border. He would have gone underground and undoubtedly had enough contacts so he could remain hidden for quite some time.
And after the murders, he had given hair and blood samples, which ultimately linked him to the cap and bloody gloves. Nor had he established a convincing alibi. He had no better explanation for his activities during those ninety minutes than a vague story about napping and chipping golf balls on the lawn, which were proven to be lies when he later took, and failed, his own private polygraph test. He had scored a minus 22, which meant that he had failed every single question put to him about the murders.