The former manager of O.J. Simpson just made a startling reveal about the murders that the former football star was charged (and cleared) of.
Norman Pardo recently told Page Six that O.J. “had at least once accomplice” in killing Nicole Brown and Ronald Goldman.
Even though Pardo considers himself one of Simpson’s oldest friends, Pardo seems to be on a mission to prove once and for all that Simpson literally got away with murder.
According to his interview, he has been working on a documentary about the slayings.
He is hoping to have it ready to go for the 25th anniversary of the killings on June 12, 2019.
“For the first time, the most thorough investigation into the murder ever conducted will be shared with America,” Pardo said.
“We have assembled a team of internationally renowned criminal investigators, experts, and lawyers,” he added.
Then, Pardo dropped the bomb: he believes the team he put together can actually prove someone was there helping O.J. commit the murders.
The murder allegations against O.J. Simpson were part of one of the most famous murder trials in history.
While Simpson was not convicted, most of the public believed he killed his ex-wife and her friend.
For the most part, very sloppy work on the part of the prosecution — most notably the trying on of the glove — led to Simpson’s acquittal.
While he did not serve any time for the murder, he did lose the case in civil court, resulting in a $33.5 million verdict and a host of financial problems for Simpson.
As part of the settlement, Simpson lost the rights to his book, If I Did It.
The book was controversial for two reasons:
1) Most believe the book was actually a confession by O.J.
2) Since the Goldman’s controlled publishing rights, they change the cover to make the word “If” barely noticeable.
O.J. soon found himself in trouble again for going after an associate that was allegedly selling off some of his personal memorabilia.
Simpson was convicted in that case and ended up serving nine years in prison.
He was released in October 2017.