TAMPA - It was a stunning end to a nationwide manhunt, as video captured police shooting out the tire of a small commuter car that ran off the road and into some Kentucky bluegrass. Glen Rogers would be surrounded, pulled from the vehicle, pushed to the ground and handcuffed.
The year was 1995.
From that point on, Rogers has been in custody, currently awaiting execution on Florida's death row. He was convicted of killing Tina Cribbs, a hotel maid and mother of two from Tampa who met Rogers in a bar. Police believe she was one of as many as 70 murder victims connected to the man know as the "cross country" killer.
Now, a new documentary titled "My Brother The Serial Killer" alleges that Rogers may be the man responsible for the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman in Los Angeles in 1994. The report, which will air on the Investigation Discovery network, interviewed Rogers' brother Clay about the possibility.
"I'm absolutely certain my brother Glen killed Nicole Simpson and Ron Goldman," Rogers said. His brother was living in Los Angeles as a painter at the time of the murders, and the documentary suggests he became acquainted with O.J. Simpson.
Rogers said his brother was paid by Simpson to rob Nicole Simpson of some expensive earrings. Also, Glen Rogers was able to accurately describe the knife forensic evidence suggest was used in the murders.
Meanwhile, the Goldman family is disputing the documentary's claim. ABC News legal analyst Dan Abrams said the documentary makes some curious points, but he doubts its accuracy.
"If there really was a chance that they had the wrong guy, this would be interesting. Authorities might open in up," Abrams said.
"The problem is it doesn't deal without he enormous amount of evidence pointing at somebody else: a guy named O.J. Simpson."
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