EPISODE 4 OJ Simpson Murder Trial

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Detective Rick Jackson takes us behind the scenes of the OJ Simpson trial. We investigate how Brett Cantor’s case became the subject of renewed interest when OJ’s defense team tried to tie his murder to the stabbing death of Nicole Simpson and Ron Goldman.

We discover new information about Brett’s case and explore the many conspiracy theories surrounding his murder.

Premieres on December 9, 2020

COLD CASE

The team would like to give a special thanks to retired Homicide Detective Rick Jackson and the LAPD Robbery-Homicide division. We appreciate all their hard work, dedication, and continued efforts towards solving Brett Cantor’s cold case. Our true-crime podcast series Dragonfly would not be possible without their support. 

Anyone with information regarding Brett Cantor’s murder on July 30, 1993, in West Hollywood, please contact Detective Richard Bengston at the LAPD Robbery-Homicide division 213-486-6810. Any information you provide will be kept confidential.

To submit an anonymous tip, please contact LA Crime Stoppers at 800-222-8477 or via their website at lacrimestoppers.org. All communications are encrypted, and 100% anonymous.

To contact retired homicide detective Pat Tapia or Criminal Profiler Paul Delhauer from our show, please email them at coldcase@dragonflypodcast.com. 

SHOW NOTES

Interview: Detective Rick Jackson, Marc Cantor, *Doug and *Amy

*Disclaimer: Amy and Doug’s names have been changed to protect their identity

CREDITS

Produced by Jacy Nova, Thom Dre, and Pat Tapia

Cold Case Investigation – Pat Tapia + Paul Delhauer

Writers – Jacy Nova

Research – Thom Dre

Narration – Jacy Nova, Thom Dre, and Eduardo Fahey

Audio Producer – Christopher Lang

Video Producer – Nancy Razk

Publicist – Stacey Wechsler-Manasco

Interviews – Recorded at Network Studios in Culver City

Music – Audiojungle

Comments (2)
  1. Hi! I’ve been investigating the Brett Cantor case individually myself, and I just want to thank you for the amount of information you have provided. Most of the information about the case hasn’t been released to the public, obviously. As a listener, I am dedicated to helping to solve this case, so I was wondering why so little has been released to the public? Furthermore, is there a timeline of events and or a way for listeners to see a coroner’s report. I think that would be helpful. Thank you and keep up the great work!

    • Thanks for your questions. If you listen to episode 2, we provide a breakdown of Brett’s final hours leading up to his death. In episode 3, Detective Jackson provides information on the investigation, we provide information from both the police and coroner’s report. The report will not be released to the public because it’s an active investigation. We do appreciate the community support and we welcome questions from the public. It’s our goal to help solve Brett’s cold case.

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