People vs. OJ Simpson
This is a follow up to the March 5, 2016 Judiciary Report article "Alleged Crime Scene Knife Conveniently Found While The People v. OJ Simpson Movie Airs On Television." It has since been revealed the newly unearthed knife is a fraud, confirming previous site claims. The knife contained no DNA and is the wrong size blade to inflict the type of damage Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman suffered in the grisly double murder.
OJ Simpson and Nicole Brown Simpson in the mid 1990s
It is clear the entire incident was a publicity stunt to attract viewers to the inaccurate, subpar miniseries "The People vs. OJ Simpson." People should not play around with such matters. It is grossly disrespectful to the dead. Brown-Simpson and Goldman died tragic deaths and should not be exploited for ratings.
'No DNA' on knife found at OJ Simpson's estate as LAPD 'close investigation'
09:00, 15 Mar 2016 Updated 09:10, 15 Mar 2016 - The knife found on OJ Simpson's estate has no DNA on it, according to reports. The LAPD - who are yet to formally announce the results - are believed to have closed the investigation into the knife, which was found on the former football player's former estate, after testing found no DNA.
TMZ reports: "We're told the microbes in the soil degraded any DNA to the point it was impossible to get a meaningful result." The knife isn't likely to be linked to the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman, an LAPD spokesperson previously told People magazine...According to reports on Wednesday, the knife is a common tool by gardeners and is too small the make the wounds that killed the pair.
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