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Is O.J. Innocent? The Missing Evidence

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It's been more than 20 years since the "trial of the century" concluded with the acquittal of O.J. Simpson, a controversial prosecution and decision that has come to represent a watershed moment in the U.S. criminal justice system. But what if millions of Americans' commonly held beliefs and perceptions about the fateful night of June 12, 1994, were wrong? That question forms the basis of this six-part docuseries, which presents new theories and never-before-seen evidence to reveal a possible new suspect behind the case many believe they already know. The series follows LAPD forensic psychologist Dr. Kris Mohandie and Rhode Island police sergeant Derrick Levasseur as they join forces with Dallas-based private investigator William C. Dear, who has spent 21 years of his life gathering critical new evidence about who may be behind this crime. Among those interviewed are forensic scientist Dr. Henry Lee, key trial witness Kato Kaelin, and Fred Goldman and Tanya Brown.

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DNA results come in, and the purported eyewitness takes a polygraph test; the team sits down with Fred Goldman and Tanya Brown; Dr. Kris Mohandie and Sgt. Derrick Levasseur reveal their final conclusions about what they believe really happened.
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The team asks Kato Kaelin and other participants in O.J. Simpson's trial for their opinions about the murders; a possible eyewitness comes forward with a shocking revelation that could blow the investigation wide open.
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Evaluating Bill Dear's "person of interest," the investigators raise questions about the man's alibi for the night of June 12, 1994, then they study his bizarre behavior after the murders and look closely at his present-day life.
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After collecting evidence for 21 years in the slayings of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman, private investigator Bill Dear introduces his theory about an individual with a checkered past to the team, calling him a "person of interest."
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The team questions O.J. Simpson's role in the murders after reexamining the evidence; forensics expert Dr. Henry Lee discusses the problems with the collection of evidence at the crime scene and what impact it may have had on the trial.
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Forensic psychologist Dr. Kris Mohandie, police Sgt. Derrick Levasseur and private investigator William C. Dear reexamine the slayings of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman; Martin Sheen narrates.

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