Longo Proffer

 

[The following letter was circulated to internet gossip outlets in the Spring of 1998 by an anonymous tipster named "Whistle Blower." As far as I am aware, its authenticity has never been denied. --rjw]

 

 

LAW OFFICES OF LAWSRENCE M. LONGO

 

7871 W. Manchester Ave.
Suite E
Playa del Rey, CA 90293
(310) 457-3911
Fax: (310) 457-0146

March 16, 1998
Mr. Curtis A. Hazell
District Attorney Office
210 West Temple Street
Los Angeles, Ca 90012

Re: Attorney Proffer of William Benson Wasz

Dear Curtis:

Pursuant to your request I would like to make an attorney proffer for your consideration. It is my understanding based upon my conversation with you that you might be interested in information my client could provide in regards to a solicitation to commit murder of Nicole Brown Simpson by Robert Kardashian.

I have spoken to my client and I believe that he would cooperate with the District Attorneys Office in connection with this investigation.

In the fall of 1993, Bill Wasz came into contact with Paula Barbieri, Robert Kardashian and O.J. Simpson. The contact with these individuals was made at the Roxbury [Club] in West Hollywood.

Just before the New Year, Robert Kardashian met with Wasz in his home in Encino and offered him an assignment. The purpose was to follow Nicole and take pictures of her with any man whom she might meet with romantically. The surveillance of Nicole took place on January 6th and 7th, 1994. This information was documented in a Notebook – the notebook is currently in the custody of the LAPD. The three phone numbers in the book belong to O.J., Kardashian and Barbieri.

On about January 14 Bill Wasz met Robert Kardashian again in his Encino home. At this meeting Kardashian offered Wasz $15,000 if he would kill Nicole with a 25 caliber bullet to the head.

Robert Kardashian also told Wasz he was to steal Paula Barbieri’s car and use it during the murder. The murder was to take place at the Rockingham and not at Nicole Simpson’s home on Gretna Green.

On January 24 at approximately 10am, Kardashian called Wasz at his room at the Saharan Motel on Sunset Blvd. in Hollywood. Kardashian told Wasz to steal Barbieri’s car from a parking garage in Beverly Hills between 3 and 4 o’clock while she was having her hair done.

After Wasz stole Barbieri’s car he drove to a mall in West Valley where he met Kardashian.

While at the mall Wasz took an envelope containing $7,500, which was to be partial payment for the killing.

If you desire to interview my client in regards to the above information please contact me as soon as possible.

If you have further questions, please do not hesitate to call me.

Very truly yours,

LAW OFFICES OF LAWRENCE M. LONGO

LAWRENCE M. LONGO

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