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The Charlie Theory 

OJ Simpson has claimed that "if" he committed the murders, he couldn't have done it alone. The team asks Kato Kaelin and others whether anyone else could've been involved, and a new ... See full summary »


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Episode credited cast:
Nicole Brown Simpson Nicole Brown Simpson ... (archive footage)
Marcia Clark ... (archive footage)
Johnnie L. Cochran Jr. ... (archive footage)
Christopher Darden ... (archive footage)
Bill Dear Bill Dear ... Himself
Pablo F. Fenjves ... Himself
Cora Fishman Cora Fishman ... (archive footage)
Lance Ito Lance Ito ... (archive footage)
Kato Kaelin ... Himself
Derrick Levasseur ... Himself
Michael Martin Michael Martin ... Himself - Private Investigator
Kris Mohandie Kris Mohandie ... Himself
Allan Park Allan Park ... Himself
Martin Sheen ... Himself - Narrator
Jill Shively Jill Shively ... Herself


OJ Simpson has claimed that "if" he committed the murders, he couldn't have done it alone. The team asks Kato Kaelin and others whether anyone else could've been involved, and a new potential eyewitness comes forward with a shocking revelation.

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15 January 2017 (USA) See more »

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Episode 5: The Charley Theory
6 February 2018 | by Michael_ElliottSee all my reviews

Is O.J. Innocent? The Missing Evidence (2017)

Episode 5: The Charley Theory

Martin Sheen narrates this new series, which throws out the idea that O.J. Simpson was really innocent and that someone else might have committed the double murders. This next-to-last episode once again takes a look at the possibility that O.J.'s son Jason was involved in the murders and the series finally pulls out its smoking gun to this.

If you're familiar with the Simpson case then you probably remember the book If I Did It, which O.J. did for the money but it was a hypothetical confession (do what?) as to what happened that night. This episode takes a look at the book and asks what if the book was true. This is what leads to the questioning of Kato Kaelin, limo driver Allan Park, witness Jill Shively and author Pablo Fenjves who was the ghost writer on the Simpson book.

This here is certainly the best episode to this point of the series thanks in large part to the interviews, which are presented like a cliffhanger as one leads to the next with the tension slowly building up until the final segment when we get a witness to the crime. Yes, that's right, a witness to the crime who is just now coming forward. Obviously I'm not going to spoil anything but this here was certainly a very interesting twist and takes your mind into a whole new direction.

It should go without saying, the cliffhanger would continue as the episode pretty much ends and we're left waiting for the next one to see how truthful this witness was.

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