(Image source: Opposing Views)

BY NATHAN GIANNINI


A new documentary could shed light on one of the most notorious unsolved murder cases in U.S. history.

“My Brother the Serial Killer” claims Glen Rogers, who once said he had killed nearly 70 people, was behind the murders of Ron Goldman and Nicole Brown Simpson -- O.J. Simpson’s ex-wife. WCPO reports Rogers’ brother Clay claims...

“...Glen Rogers has confessed to the murders, saying O.J. Simpson hired him to break into Nicole Brown Simpson's home and steal $20,000 diamond earrings, and kill her if necessary.”

Glen Rogers was reportedly working as a house painter in Los Angeles at the time of the murders.

KTVK: “...Glen was in the same town working construction at the time of the murders and told them he knew Nicole, was partying with her, and was going to ‘take her down.’”

Rogers was arrested in 1995 in connection with two other murders and is currently on death row awaiting execution. The Cincinnati Enquirer reports -- the claims linking Rogers to Simpson-Goldman murders are not new.

“They were first reported in 1996 by the New York Post. “I spent a very long time checking to see if it was true. I was willing to discount everything Glen Rogers said,’ [the film’s producer-director] said.”

The documentary airs November 21st at 9pm Eastern on Investigation Discovery.


 

Death Row Inmate Killed O.J. Simpson's Wife: Documentary

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Nov 19, 2012

Death Row Inmate Killed O.J. Simpson's Wife: Documentary

(Image source: Opposing Views)

BY NATHAN GIANNINI


A new documentary could shed light on one of the most notorious unsolved murder cases in U.S. history.

“My Brother the Serial Killer” claims Glen Rogers, who once said he had killed nearly 70 people, was behind the murders of Ron Goldman and Nicole Brown Simpson -- O.J. Simpson’s ex-wife. WCPO reports Rogers’ brother Clay claims...

“...Glen Rogers has confessed to the murders, saying O.J. Simpson hired him to break into Nicole Brown Simpson's home and steal $20,000 diamond earrings, and kill her if necessary.”

Glen Rogers was reportedly working as a house painter in Los Angeles at the time of the murders.

KTVK: “...Glen was in the same town working construction at the time of the murders and told them he knew Nicole, was partying with her, and was going to ‘take her down.’”

Rogers was arrested in 1995 in connection with two other murders and is currently on death row awaiting execution. The Cincinnati Enquirer reports -- the claims linking Rogers to Simpson-Goldman murders are not new.

“They were first reported in 1996 by the New York Post. “I spent a very long time checking to see if it was true. I was willing to discount everything Glen Rogers said,’ [the film’s producer-director] said.”

The documentary airs November 21st at 9pm Eastern on Investigation Discovery.


 

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