Despite being acquitted in 1995, O.J. Simpson is widely believed to have murdered his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman on June 12, 1994. As Simpson sits in Nevada's Lovelock Correctional Center for an unrelated crime there is new evidence coming to light that he might not have been the killer after all.
A new documentary set to air this week on Investigation Discovery points the finger at serial killer Glen Rogers as the person who actually committed the crimes. In the documentary titled "My Brother The Serial Killer," Clay Rogers says his brother admitted to killing Simpson and Goldman, but he didn't believe him at the time. Glen later spoke to a criminal investigator and went through step-by-step details of how the murder took place. He reportedly knew details only the killer would know according to KTVK.
The New York Post reports that Rogers provided proof to back up his story, including receipts that show he had been working construction in the area at that exact same time of the murders. Rogers had bragged about partying with Simpson. He told his family that she was rich and he was "going to take her down" according to the Daily Mail.
Rogers, who has been dubbed "The Casanova Killer" because he reportedly used his good looks to lure his victims to their deaths has confessed to killing between 70-80 people across the country. He is on Florida's death row for the 1995 murders of Tina Marie Cribbs in Tampa and Sandra Gallagher in Los Angeles.
He is also suspected of killing dozens more women in California, Louisiana and Mississippi.
Glen's brother Clay turned him in when he discovered a rotting corpse in the family’s cabin in the woods in Hamilton, Minn. Glen had previously bragged to Clay that he had killed at least 50 people, but Clay didn't believe him until he found the dead body.
According to Glen's confession, O.J. Simpson hired him to break into Nicole's home and steal a pair on $20,000 earrings. He also gave him permission to "kill the b*tch if necessary."
"My Brother the Serial Killer" will air Wednesday November 21 at 9PM Eastern on Investigation Discovery.
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