Death row inmate Glen Rogers is said to be the one responsible for the publicized murder of OJ wife Nicole Simpson, in 1994. Rogers is also believed to have killed Simpson's friend Ron Goldman.
“My Brother the Serial Killer” is a documentary that centers around Rogers as being the real killer, Huffington Post reports. Investigation Discovery is set to air the film on November 21. Earth-shattering details about the crimes are coming to light, as details about the events are revealed.
Clay Rogers, Glen's brother, answers interviewers' questions about the man that influenced his entire life. Clay is said to have sensitive information about the Brown-Goldman killings, reported by his brother, who confided in family members.
Clay claims Glen worked for Nicole Simpson, the wealthy wife of football player OJ Simpson, who was acquitted for her murder. Rogers told his brother about his intentions to “take her down.”
According to the criminal's account, he knew OJ, who paid him to steal Nicole's earrings, and failed to disclose their connection, for fear of self-intimidation.
The inmate claims he already confessed to police officers for the Simpson murder after he was jailed, in 1995. He is currently scheduled for an execution for the brutal murders of Tina Marie Cribbs in Tampa and Sandra Gallagher in Los Angeles.
However, Rogers is also a potential serial killer, who was investigated in at least 10 others cases, before officers could arrest him in two of them. By his own admission, he murdered a total of 70 people during his lifetime.
He claims to have proof that he could access Simpson's residence, following his errand for OJ. Receipts from 1994 show that he worked as a housepainter in Los Angeles, at the time. He allegedly gave a “detailed account” of the events leading to Nicole's death, to criminal profiler Anthony Meoli.
Goldman's father Fred is not convinced by the so-called confession, TMZ writes.
“OJ Simpson murdered Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman. The criminal trial showed overwhelming and monumental evidence that OJ Simpson was the killer. There was no contrary evidence other than guess, innuendo, and rumor.
“The fact of the acquittal at the hands of the jury will never wash away this murder from the hands of OJ Simpson, no matter how many Glen Rogers pop up on the media radar screen,” he says.