O.J. Simpson's former manager Norman Pardo says he knows who killed Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman that night in 1994.
THG NOTE to Norman Pardo: Everyone else here also knows who killed Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman that night in 1994.
In all seriousness, this guy not only says O.J. is innocent, but claims he knows the identity of "The Real Killer" as well as their motive.
"I know who did it and I knοw why they did it," Pardo told KNX 1070 Newsradio on Tuesday, however. "I just can’t disclose it right now."
There's a shocker.
Norman said he has disclosed what he knows to authorities: "We tried to talk to the police, but they took all my stuff regarding the incidents."
"We had people working on it," Pardo insists, vaguely, "and when we talked to the police about it, they raided my office and took it all."
Brown Simpson and her friend Goldman were infamously and brutally stabbed to death outside her home in L.A.'s Brentwood neighborhood.
The case has received intense interest of late due to FX's hit show The People v. O.J. Simpson, and by a shocking bombshell last week.
A knife that was allegedly unearthed from the NFL great's old home years ago by a construction worker made its way into police hands.
The LAPD has confirmed that they are investigating the report that the O.J. Simpson murder weapon was found buried at his house.
The knife was turned over to the LAPD and has been submitted to labs for formal testing, though it's unclear what evidence it may provide.
O.J. was acquitted in 1995 and cannot be tried for the murders again as a result; Simpson is in prison on kidnapping and robbery charges.
Because of the not guilty verdict, the Goldman-Brown Simpson double homicide case remains and open and active investigation, however.
It remains to be seen what comes of Pardo's claims, or the LAPD inquiry, but we can pretty much say one thing with almost total certainty:
Reports that Kris Jenner hid the weapon that killed Nicole make for great tabloid fodder, but are likely just that: Rumors and speculation.