When O.J. Simpson was found not guilty for the murder of his wife, Nicole Brown, and her friend, Ron Goldman, many speculated that the jury got it wrong.
But a new film created by Discovery Channel offshoot, Investigation Discovery, identified cross-country serial killer Glen Rogers as the person who murdered Brown and Goldman before he was convicted of killing two other people in 1995.
The film claims that Rogers’ name had never been mentioned before because Simpson kept his ties to the convicted killer under wraps.
Rogers alleged that Simpson hired him to break into Brown’s home and take her $20,000 earrings, and gave him permission to kill her if necessary.
He also claimed he had partied with Brown before and vowed to take her down.
Rogers didn’t confess to this crime until he was already serving years for the murder of two women, although he claims he’s murdered at least 20.
Rogers is on death row in Florida, while Simpson is serving life in prison for armed robbery. Read the complete story here: http://bit.ly/QSZxhy
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