Evidence in OJ Case Found After 20 Years

Staff Writer

Los Angeles police say a knife was recovered on a property once owned by O.J.
Simpson and that it is being tested to see if it has a connection to the murders of
his ex-wife and her male friend, more than 20 years ago. Police were made aware of
the item within the past month, a police spokesperson told reporters Friday. Nicole
Brown Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman were found stabbed to death outside of her
Brentwood home in 1994. The murder weapon was never recovered and no one was
convicted of the killings since O.J.'s 1995 trial. The case remains open.

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