Two decades later, and new details and evidence are still coming up about the infamous O.J. Simpson murder case.
In an interview with KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO earlier this week, Simpson’s ex-manager Norman Pardo said he knows who’s behind Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman‘s deaths. Pardo revealed, “I know who did it and I knοw why they did it. I just can’t disclose it right now.”
Pardo added that he tried to bring this information to the police, “but they took all my stuff regarding the incidents. We had people working on it, and when we talked to the police about it, they raided my office and took it all,” he said.
The news comes just days after a knife was found buried in the backyard of Simpson’s former residence. Although police do not believe the knife was connected to the killings, the Huffington Postreports.
In 2014, Pardo also said that the former football player, who is currently behind bars serving 33 years on kidnapping and armed robbery charges, did not write the 2008 book If I Did It, a fictional account of the murders, and was instead paid $600,000 to say that he did.
1. O.J. seen talking to his lawyers Robert Shapiro, Johnnie Cochran, and Robert Kardashian during a trial date.
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2. The late Robert Kardashian defends his friend O.J. Simpson in court.
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3. O.J. Simpson and his ex-wife Nicole Brown in seemingly happier times.
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4. AI Cowlings, the friend who drove O.J. during his infamous Bronco chase.
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5. Judge Lance Ito listens to defense motions to exclude Mark Fuhrman's testimony and the prosecutions' response to retain the information 11 September during a court hearing in the O.J. Simpson murder trail.
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6. O.J. x Johnnie Cochran.
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7. Kato Kaelin, O.J. Simpson's tenant gives testimony of events leading up to the murder of Nicole Simpson and Ron Goldman.
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8. when O.J. and Nicole said
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9. Deputy District Attorney Chris Darden asks Judge Lance Ito in the O.J.Simpson case 13 January to bar the defense from asking Los Angeles Police detective Mark Fuhrman if he ever uttered a racial epithet.
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10. Did O.J. do it?
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11. O.J. and Nicole
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12. The scene around O.J.'s October 3rd trial date.
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13. O.J.'s sister spotted near the crime scene.
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14. The infamous Bronco chase.
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15. The crowd cheers after hearing the verdict on October 3rd, 1995.
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16. A much earlier photo of O.J. and his good friend AI Cowlings, circa 1979.
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17. O.J. tries on a glove that was used in the murder of his ex-wife.
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18. "If the gloves don't fit, you must acquit."
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19. O.J. Simpson and his ex-wife Nicole Brown in seemingly happier times.
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20. Deputy district attorney Marcia Clark is shown during testimony at the preliminary hearings.
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21. Marcia Clark
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22. Johnnie Cochran, Marcia Clark and Chris Darden
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23. O.J. Simpson and his kids at Nicole Simpson's funeral.
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24. Robert Shapiro reads O.J.'s damning letter to the press.
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25. O.J.'s "Dream Team"
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26. O.J. Simpson with Nicole and the kids during happier times.
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27. Johnnie Cochran lays down the law, circa 1995.
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28. Not Guilty.
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29. The Juice at his 1994-1995 murder trial.
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30. Robert Kardashian sits through trial.
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31. O.J. heading to court in his civil trial for the deaths of Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman.
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32. Bruce and Kris Jenner attend the trial.
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33. Robert Shapiro x O.J. Simpson.
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34. O.J. Simpson and Nicole Brown with their children Sydney and Justin.
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35. Robert Shapiro in 2015.
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36. Marcia Clark then and now.
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37. O.J. Simpson leaving the courthouse after the civil trial that followed his murder trial.
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38. O.J. heads to the place he knows best, court.
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39. O.J. at an evidentiary hearing in 2013.
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40. O.J. at an evidentiary hearing in 2013.
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