According to the New York Post on Nov. 19, there's a new, feature-length documentary byInvestigation Discovery that seems to prove the assumption that maybe it wasn't O.J. Simpson who killed Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman in June 1994.
The documentary delves into the life of a man named Glen Rogers, one of America's least-known serial killers. Supposedly, he's murdered between 70 and 80 people.
Glen's brother, Clay Rogers, taught him how to steal at an early age. He is also the person who first turned Glen into the police when he discovered the rotting corpse of a neighbor in the family cabin in Minnesota. It was then that Clay realized that maybe his brother's "tall tales" of murder were not tales at all.
Glen told a lot of "tall tales." That's why the family thought he was lying when he bragged about partying with a rich woman named Nicole Brown Simpson just before the murders.
In fact, while on death row for other murders, Glen admitted to a criminal profiler that he'd killed Nicole Simpson and Ron Goldman. There is some evidence to back up his story in the form of receipts which show him working in the area at the exact time of the murders. He also knew something the prosecutors and cops didn't know: the step-by-step exact sequence of the killings.
The documentary reviews Glen's life and crimes through interviews with police, prosecutors and family. It also claims that O.J. Simpson knew Glen. So why didn't O.J. spill the beans at trial?
According to Glen Rogers, O.J. paid him to break in to their house and steal a pair of $20,000 earrings he had given Nicole. Also according to Rogers, O.J. told him to kill "the bitch" if necessary.
To find out more about Glen Rogers and the evidence that links him to the killings of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman, tune in to "My Brother the Serial Killer," Wednesday, Nov. 21, at 9 p.m. on Investigation Discovery. Check your local listings for the channel in your area.
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