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Somethings are better left back where they were left.
The knife that drove the junk food media back to Brentwood, Los Angeles turned out to be not the weapon used in the 1994 killing of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff Department said that the knife doesn't have any trace of Simpson's DNA. Matter of fact, the former officer who held on to the knife has a credibility issue.
Forensic investigators conducted DNA and other tests on the blade after it was turned over to Los Angeles police within the last few months by a retired LAPD motorcycle officer.
The retired officer told investigators he had been given the knife by a construction worker, who in turn claimed to have found it on Simpson‘s property in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles when the house was being torn down in 1998.
“We don’t know if it’s a hoax, but there’s no nexus to the murders, based on the testing we’ve done,” LAPD Captain Andrew Neiman said in an interview.
O.J. Simpson the famed football star and television actor was acquitted of the murder.
The murder of Nicole and Ron led the nation to the slow speed chase, the Trial of the Century and the gloves that didn't fit which lead to Simpson being acquitted.
Simpson was found liable for the deaths of Brown Simpson and Goldman by a civil court jury in 1997 and ordered to pay $33.5 million in damages to the victims’ families, a judgment that has remained largely unfulfilled.
Simpson's infamy came to a end when he decided to take actions into his own hands. In 2008, he was caught up. Now he's serving a 33-year bid in the iron college. He is eligible for parole in 2017.
Simpson is sitting in a Nevada iron college was found guilty of burglary and aggravated assault after he and his buddies roughed up a collections dealer.