Former LA prosecutor Christoper Darden claims a reluctant eyewitness just came forward placing OJ Simpson near Nicole Brown Simpson's house the night she was murdered more than 20 years ago...
On an upcoming podcast of Adam Corolla and Mark Geragos' web series "Reasonable Doubt" Chris Darden claims he'd just received a tip that could have cracked the case.
Darden tells Reasonable Doubt,
“I got a phone call, not a week ago, from a woman who told me that the night of the murder she saw O.J. Simpson on Bund. That he walked across her car in front of her.”
“She was near Nicole’s place and she saw him and recognized him as O.J. Simpson, went on about her business — and as the trial went on, she just decided to not get involved.”The quotes were aired as a teaser to Saturday's Reasonable Doubt podcast.
On October 3, 1995 OJ Simpson was acquitted of the murders of Nicole Brown-Simpson and Ron Goldman in a racially charged case that divided America.
On October 3, 2008 OJ was found guilty of felony kidnapping and armed robbery and he was sentenced to 33 years in prison. [click here if you missed that].