The glove that didn’t fit. The White Bronco speeding down the highway. Everybody remembers the circumstances surrounding the O.J. Simpson trial.
It was on June 13, 1994, when Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman were found murdered outside Nicole’s Bundy Drive condominium in the Brentwood area of Los Angeles. Brown had been stabbed multiple times in the head and neck, and had defensive wounds on her hands. The larynx could be seen through the gaping wound in her neck, and vertebra C3 was incised; her head remained barely attached to the body. Both victims had been dead for about two hours prior to being discovered by police. Robert Riske, one of the first two officers on the scene, found a single bloody glove, among other evidence.
What they didn’t find; was O.J. Simpson.
Where was he? What was he doing?
Well, 6 months ago, I had the chance to interview the one they call “The Juice” — in the bathroom of a Chucky Cheese in Cleveland, Ohio — where the Juice finally opened up, and confessed, about what REALLY happened that night.
Be advised. The audio below…may shock you.