New-Found Evidence Might Resurrect The O.J Simpson Trial!
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Today, the LAPD has confirmed that a knife stained with blood that was found in the O.J. Simpson’s estate has been turned in as evidence to the LAPD’s Robbery Homicide Division.
The O.J. Simpson’s estate went through demolition years ago, where a construction worker found a blood stained knife buried in the property. The construction worker turned in the knife to a police officer who, instead of turning it in as evidence, kept the knife in his home as a souvenir.
The knife was turned in as recently new-found evidence in January. A construction worker found a bloodstained knife buried on OJ Simpson’s property “years ago” — and gave it to an off-duty cop who kept it in his home before finally turning it over to police in January, a report says.
The police officer that the construction worker turned the knife in to was an off duty cop. In January, that same police officer contacted a friend in the homicide division and asked for the departmental record number for the Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman murder case so he could engrave it in the frame he bought for the knife.
According to TMZ, the blade that was found is a folding buck knife. It is currently being tested for hair, fingerprints, and blood.
Article: New York Post