The defense attorney at O.J. Simpson's murder trial claimed that drug dealers had killed his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson
and her friend Ron Goldman — but bloody crime scene photos obtained by The National ENQUIRER
helped prove that the victims were savagely mutilated in a crime of passion! These disturbing images from the night of June 12, 1994, were shown to experts on criminal behavior, and their commentary provided a disturbing look into the mind of the crazed killer!
These shocking photos convinced top criminologists that whoever killed Nicole Brown Simpson had a very personal motivation! "By examining the details of the crime, we get a glimpse into the mind of the killer," said famed psychiatrist and lawyer Ronald Markman, a UCLA professor who's interviewed over 3,000 accused murderers. "The evidence from the murder scene suggests that the killer was someone very close to Nicole — and the killer was responding to being humiliated by her!"
Los Angeles psychiatrist Marshall Cherkas agreed at the time of the killing: "There were so many wounds on Nicole. The large slash on her throat along with other cuts indicate this is not the work of a professional. It suggests the work of an amateur, and the fact that Nicole's throat was slashed open implies her killer was very angry!"
The murderer wanted to see Nicole die in agony, added Markman, meaning he had a close relationship with the beauty. The ENQUIRER earlier revealed O.J.'s connection to the knife that murdered Nicole
and Ron Goldman — and the expert said the choice of that weapon was another sign that the killer was motivated by a sense of humiliation. "Nicole's killer was trying to take away her dignity and return the humiliation," Markman noted.
Bloody footprints at the crime scene also vividly indicate the type of person who killed Nicole, explained Markman. They show the killer calmly walked away instead of running. A stranger would run to get away as fast as possible — but if the person who killed Nicole felt she was to blame for his feelings of humiliation, he would be calm and stroll away. The slaying would give him a great sense of relief, Markman added.
Sources inside the LAPD (where cops took this earlier picture of a battered Nicole during a domestic violence call
) provided The ENQUIRER with the police's own take on Simpson's state of mind on that horrific night. "Police believe O.J. felt humiliated by Nicole by the way she snubbed him at their daughter's dance recital on the day of the murder," said an insider.
The police source added: "She didn't save him a seat and forced him to sit away from her family. She didn't invite him to dinner that night after the recital. And she whisked their daughter Sydney away before O.J. could give his daughter flowers he bought for her!"
"Prosecutors believe O.J. was angry at Nicole for calling off their reconciliation attempt the month before she was killed," said a person close to the investigation. Ron, the waiter who was slain with Nicole as he returned her mother's glasses that had been left the restaurant, was likely an innocent victim of the rage the killer felt against the blonde beauty, according to Cherkas.
Concluded Markman: "Obviously, not everyone who gets humiliated goes out and kills. But when someone is humiliated, their self-esteem is damaged, their self-confidence is affected, and they feel as if their very core has been exposed. And it's clear that Nicole's killer was responding to humiliation he felt she caused him!"