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A new documentary from Investigation Discovery claims that OJ Simpson really did not kill Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman. Instead, My Brother the Serial Killer claims that a notorious serial killer named Glen Rogers did it.
According to The New York Post, the TV special, which will air Wednesday, includes interviews with police, investigators and others connected with Rogers, including his brother, Clay.
Clay had actually turned Rogers in to police after discovering the dead body of a neighbor at the family’s Hamilton, Minn. cabin. At that point, the family realized that Rogers was telling the truth when he said he had killed 50 people. Fox News notes that Rogers was convicted in 1995 for killing two women and placed on death row.
In the documentary, Clay reveals that Glen also said that he was “partying” with a woman in LA named Nicole Brown Simpson just before she died in 1994. After he was convicted for the other murders, Rogers admitted to a criminal lawyer that he was responsible for Simpson’s death.
Rogers gave a detailed account of how the killing was done, which police had not been able to figure out. There was also evidence that Rogers was working on a construction site near the scene of the murders.
OJ never brought up Rogers’ name during the trial because he had hired Rogers to steal a $20,000 pair of earrings. He claimed that OJ told him to kill “the bitch” if he had to.
You can check out a preview of the documentary below: