July 18, 1994

 

Editor

The Washington Post

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Washington, DC 20071

Dear Editor:

There have been many theories on the O. J. Simpson case-why he may have done it or how he could have been framed. This letter assumes that he actually committed the killings.

From testimony in the preliminary hearings, Mr. Brian "Kato" Kaelin who lived on the Simpson property, testified that around 9 p.m. that night, he and Mr. Simpson went out to McDonald's for dinner. Mr. Simpson ordered a Big Mac, fries and a drink. Mr. Kaelin also said that Mr. Simpson finished his "meal." Mr. Kaelin was not hungry and barely ate.

I remember reading several years ago about people having allergic reactions to the "special sauce" that McDonald's uses on their Big Mac sandwiches. And although it wasn't listed as an ingredient on the tube in which the sauce comes, I suspect that it also contains Monosodium Glutamate (MSG) which has been linked to aggressive behavior and learning disabilities in children. If Mr. Simpson ordered a diet soft drink, he may have also had a reaction to aspartame. Now all we have to do is add caffeine to stimulate the chemical soup.

I believe that Mr. Simpson had a severe allergic reaction to the foods he ate. This caused him to go into a psychotic state and commit the crimes that he was charged with. He may not even have any recollection of the incident.

Nicole Simpson and Ronald Goldman and O. J. Simpson were merely unfortunate victims of-A BIG MAC ATTACK.

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