Update: Bloodstained Knife Found At O.J. Simpson’s Estate

Former estate of O.J. Simpson (Photo: AP)

Former estate of O.J. Simpson (Photo: AP)

By Jovanny Venegas
Today everyone seems to be talking about the bloodstained knife found buried on the former estate of O.J. Simpson. Reports state that currently the knife is being tested by the LAPD who is working on a top secret investigation. Several different versions of the knife's appearance have surfaced including that the knife was found by a construction worker from several years ago all the way up to 1998. Apparently that construction worker gave the knife to a LAPD officer who was working nearby.
Simpson's booking photo back on 6/17/1994  (Photo: AP)

Simpson's booking photo back on 6/17/1994
(Photo: AP)

TMZ reported that
The cop -- who worked in the traffic division -- was off duty at the time, working security for a movie shoot at a house across the street on Rockingham. Our sources say the officer took the knife home and kept it ... kept it for years.
The site added
In late January of this year, after the cop retired from the LAPD, he contacted a friend who worked in LAPD's Robbery Homicide Division (RHD). The cop told the friend about the knife and said he was getting it framed to put on his wall. He wanted his friend to get the DR (Departmental Record) number for the Nicole Brown Simpson/Ronald Goldman murder case, which he planned on engraving in the frame.
The bloodstained walkway of Nicole Brown Simpson’s Bundy Drive condo. (Photo: AP)

The bloodstained walkway of Nicole Brown Simpson’s Bundy Drive condo.
(Photo: AP)

The knife was later turned over, after LAPD superiors were notified. Currently the knife is being tested for hair, and fingerprints. It was also reported that next week the knife will be tested for DNA and other biological evidence at the Serology Unit. This O.J. Simpson knife investigation is supposed to be top secret and many measures have been taken to maintain security. O.J. likely cannot be prosecuted again for the stabbing deaths of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman, due to double-jeopardy laws, which prohibit someone from being tried for the same charges twice following an acquittal or conviction.
O.J. Simpson in court in May 2013. (Photo: AP)

O.J. Simpson in court in May 2013.
(Photo: AP)

Since O.J was found not guilty in the murders of Nicole and Goldman the case remains open. We will keep you posted as the story continues to develop. Thoughts? Do you think O.J. murdered Nicole and Ronald? Follow RAL On Facebook And :
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