The verdict is in! A knife that had been buried on O.J. Simpson’s property for years has been under investigation because authorities hoped there was chance it was the weapon used in the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman and now the results are in.
Could the LAPD have found DNA evidence that connected this 5″ buck knife to the murder of O.J. Simpson‘s wife Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman? A shocking new report claims that the investigation is over after authorities did exhaustive testing, so what did they find?
Sadly, they hit a dead end, according to TMZ. There was no DNA found that was able to produce a “meaningful result.” This is quite possible due to the microbes in the soil, which “degraded any DNA” that could have been on it, claims the report. Although the investigation has not been officially called off, TMZ claims it’s over. This is very sad news for the family and friends of Nicole and Ronald, especially since their case has remained unsolved for so many years.
We told you that this all started when an unidentified retired LAPD cop told his friend at the LAPD’s Robbery Homicide Division that he had found a knife years ago on the property that he wanted to frame. He was actually asking his friend to get the Departmental Record number to engrave on the case but his friend turned him into authorities. That’s when he returned the knife and the investigation began. The Serology Unit tested for fingerprints, blood, hair and now they’ve found nothing.
This is all interesting timing since FX’s series, The People Vs. O.J., is on and people are obsessed with learning about the murders which occurred in 1994. O.J. is currently in prison for felony criminal conspiracy, kidnapping, assault, robbery, and using a deadly weapon during an incident in 2007. He was sentenced to 33 years and is eligible for parole in 2017.
HollywoodLifers, are you shocked the knife had no DNA or evidence on it?