HOLLYWOOD – New evidence in the OJ Simpson murder case indicates a serial killer may have murdered Simpson’s ex-wife Nicole and her male friend, not OJ.
NDJ World | Published: Nov 20 2012 Celebrities→North America
Almost 20 years after the murder shook Los Angeles to its core, the much publicized case gets a new and sudden twist. New evidence indicates that serial killer Glen Rogers murdered Nicole and Ron Goldman. Rogers reportedly confessed to the murders, according to the New York Post.
Rogers is detained on death row for killing two women in 1995, one year after Nicole and Ron were murdered. He told authorities he has murdered 70 women total throughout the United States.
Glen Rogers is suspected of murdering five individuals. Authorities state he knows an uncanny amount of details about the Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman murders.
Rogers allegedly told Los Angeles investigators he was hired by OJ to steal a set of very expensive earrings he had given to Nicole. The convict claims he knew Nicole Brown Simpson very well. He reportedly worked and partied with Nicole. He said he always wanted “to kill the witch”.
Glen Rogers was reported to police by his brother Ray after he found a body in a house belonging to the family.
According to Ray, Glen told him he had committed the Simpson murders but Ray didn’t believe him at first. That’s when Glen went to an investigator and told him everything.
The OJ Simpson case was major news in 1994 and although the former football star was found not guilty of both murders in Federal court, however, a civil case did find him guilty.
OJ Simpson is presently serving 33 years behind bars for kidnapping, possession of illegal weapons and brute force when he attacked a man in his Las Vegas room, Simpson claimed the man had stolen his sports memorabilia and other personal belongings.
Simpson is eligible for parole in five years.
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