Former LA District Attorney Gil Garcetti Dishes The Dirt On OJ Mini-SeriesWith the O.J. Simpson trial back in the spotlight, we're hearing new confessions from former LA County District Attorney Gil Garcetti.
LAPD: Knife Found On Former OJ Simpson Property Not Linked To '94 MurdersPolice say a knife that was purportedly found on property once owned by O.J. Simpson is not connected to the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman.
No DNA Matches Reportedly Found On Knife Linked To Simpson EstateA small knife found buried on O.J. Simpson's Brentwood estate has produced no DNA matches, according to a report Tuesday.
Knife Revelation Sends Shockwaves Through Key Players In O.J. Simpson TrialThe revelation that the LAPD is examining a knife allegedly recovered at OJ Simpson’s former Brentwood estate has shocked many of the key players from the former football star's decades-ago murder trial.
Full Interview: Kaelin Doesn't Understand Why Officer Kept Knife Found At Former Simpson House
OJ - 20 Years Later: Danny BakewellAt least one leader in the local African-American community says he believes justice did prevail in the Simpson murder trial.
OJ - 20 Years Later: Joe HicksLongtime civil rights leader Joe Hicks says reaction to the verdict was a stark reminder of how people of different races see things very differently.
OJ - 20 Years Later: Norman Pardo O.J. Simpson's friend and former business manager Norman Pardo says the former superstar athlete truly believes that he did not commit the murders.
OJ - 20 Years Later: Fred & Kim Goldman The father of murder victim Ron Goldman says he believes OJ got away with murder,
OJ - 20 Years Later: Tanya BrownNicole Simpson's youngest sister recalls the emotions and the chaos when she and her family learned that Nicole was dead.
OJ - 20 Years Later: Kato KaelinThe man who lived in OJ Simpson's guest house and testified at the trial says at times the courtroom drama seemed like a "joke."
OJ - 20 Years Later: Tom LangeTwenty years after the verdict, lead detective Tom Lange says it still stings when people accuse the LAPD of planting evidence.

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