at least seven murders are associated in one way or another to the principles in the O.J. Simpson case: Nicole Simpson, Ronald Goldman, Brett Cantor, Michael Nigg, Casimire Sucharski, Sharon Anderson and Marie Rogers. Only O.J. Simpson and three Caribbean teenagers allegedly working for cocaine dealers were brought to trial for these crimes. In 1995 contemporary historian Alex Constantine wrote a report called The Florida/Hollywood Mob Connection that linked the Bundy murders to the underworld traffic in cocaine. His report, which cited sources such as the Associated Press, The Philadelphia Enquirer, the Los Angeles Times and the book, L.A. Secret Police by Mike Rothmiller and Ivan Goldman, did not see wide circulation.
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