Could OJ have been right after all?
New evidence suggests Glen Rogers, a little-known serial killer, was actually the murderer of NFL star OJ Simpson’s ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman. The 1994 murder trial shocked the world when OJ was found innocent despite what many considered conclusive evidence.
The documentary follows Rogers’ life and his crimes through interviews with police, prosecutors and his family, including his brother Clay Rogers — who turned Glen in when he discovered a decomposing human body in the family’s Minnesota cabin.
Clay told filmmakers that it was then he realized Glen was not lying about being a killer — and that Glen was likely telling the truth about “partying” with Nicole Brown Simpson before she died.
Years later, Rogers admitted to a criminal profiler that he killed Simpson and Goldman. The documentary shows receipts putting Rogers in a construction job near the crime scene. Rogers seemed to know things about the murder that only the killer could have known, including a step-by-step description of the exact sequence of the killings — which had eluded prosecutors and cops — according to The New York Post.
OJ Simpson knew of Rogers, the documentary concludes, but never mentioned his name because the football star had paid the killer to break into his ex-wife’s house and steal a pair of $20,000 earrings he had given her.
Rogers claims OJ also told to kill “the bitch” if necessary.