A death row inmate admitted to relatives and a criminal profiler that he killed Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman while O.J waited nearby.
If you can recall O.J. Simpson was tried and acquitted in the June 12, 1994, stabbing deaths of his ex-wife and her friend, although the actor and football legend was found liable in a civil wrongful death trial. Glen Rogers who was arrested in 1995, one month after Simpson’s murder trial, and was sentenced to death row after admitting to killing over 70 women in Florida and California.
Glen told his brother, Clay Rogers, that O.J hired him to break into his ex-wife’s condo and steal diamond earrings he had given her. He claims Nicole was startled when he unexpectedly arrive and the incident took place on the stairs. When Rogers was done O.J walked over to make sure the job was done thus leaving his footprints at the crime scene. Rogers defense attorney, Anthony Meoli had this to say, “Glen told me that O.J.’s instructions were that ‘You may have to kill the bitch. Those were his exact words.”
According to the story, Rogers was a drifter in 1994 when he arrived to Los Angeles, he worked on the repair crew and one job took him to Simpson’s house as a painter. There is also a claim Glen Rogers took a gold angel pin off Simpson’s lifeless body and mailed it to his mother in Ohio.
At her son’s request the mother wore the pin to one of his murder trials. “I’m absolutely certain that my brother Glen killed Nicole Simpson and Ron Goldman,” said Clay Rogers, who narrated the film “My Brother The Serial Killer,” which will debut on the Investigation Discovery channel Wednesday. “I know my brother did it because I’ve seen proof that he was there.” As of now still no response from O.J or his lawyer for a response.