TV Documentary Stirs New Controversy in O.J. Simpson Case
Almost 20 years after Nicole Simpson and her friend Ronald Goldman were found dead, a serial killer admits to being responsible for the murder. While O.J. Simpson was the prime suspect in the case, Glen Rogers from Hamilton claims he's the one who took the life of O.J.'s ex-wife and aspiring actor Ronald.
The issue is brought to people's attention as Investigation Discovery is going to premiere a new documentary, "My Brother the Serial Killer", which features interviews with Glen's family. The man, who is currently on death row for another murder, doesn't say it himself in the documentary, but his brother Clay claims Glen did tell him about the Nicole and Ronald murder.
"I'm absolutely certain my brother killed Nicole Simpson and Ron Goldman," Clay says in the two-hour show set to air Wednesday, November 21 at 9 P.M. Also according to the documentary, Glen knew O.J. and was called by the former athlete to steal a pair of $20,000 earrings from Nicole's home and was told to kill her if necessary.
The documentary additionally claims Glen provided "detailed account" of the murder to criminal profiler Anthony Meoli. Glen allegedly also told his family that he was working for Nicole and was planning to "take her down."
Glen has been jailed for killing Tina Marie Cribbs in Tampa and Sandra Gallagher in Los Angeles in 1995. He's suspected of killing at least 10 other people and once boasted about killing 70 people.
Despite Glen's claim, Ronald's father Fred Goldman still believes O.J. killed his son. "OJ Simpson murdered Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman. The criminal trial showed overwhelming and monumental evidence that OJ Simpson was the killer. There was no contrary evidence other than guess, innuendo, and rumor," he tells TMZ.
"The fact of the acquittal at the hands of the jury will never wash away this murder from the hands of OJ Simpson," he adds, "no matter how many Glen Rogers pop up on the media radar screen." Fred and his lawyer David Cook conclude, "Nothing would change the fact that OJ Simpson murdered these people in cold blood."
In 1995, O.J. was acquitted in the murder of Nicole and Ronald after a long trial. He, however, has been ordered to pay little of the $33.5 million penalty for their wrongful deaths.
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