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I found this in an article...I am sure everyone here has seen it...but it was the first for me..Very interesting...
The Theory: Beverly Hills rumormongers are all abuzz over this provocative little gem. In his book Virtual Government, Alex Constantine, a newspaper writer, radio commentator, and conspiracy theorist known for his well-researched if fanciful theories, claims that O.J., Goldman, and Nicole were all dealing cocaine for the Mafia. More tantalizing, he says that Nicole and Mezzaluna waiter Goldman were pinching drug profits to open their own restaurant. When Nicole and Goldman didn't pay back the Mob, they were simply offed-solving the money-siphoning problem and putting the scare into the Juice. With a little fancy footwork from some "friends" in the LAPD and the FBI, Simpson ends up fingered as the killer.
The Smoking Gun: Constantine weaves a compelling but complicated web, so hang on. Eleven months before Goldman was stabbed to death, his friend, Brett Cantor, was also killed in an eerily similar manner. And Goldman's fellow Mezzaluna waiter Michael Nigg was shot in the head and killed, while yet another Mezzaluna waiter barely survived a car bombing. Constantine implies that many of those working at Mezzaluna were involved with the Mob and/or the drug trade. Need more evidence of the Mafia connection? According to Constantine, during Simpson's trial, Nicole's sister Denise Brown allegedly carried on a relationship with ex-Mob strongman and FBI informant Tony "The Animal" Fiato. And the capper: O.J.'s best friend, Al Cowlings, once served as a bodyguard for convicted Mafia drug smuggler Joey Ippolito, who, Constantine says, escaped from a Florida jail three weeks before the murders and made numerous calls to O.J.