Convicted serial killer Glen Rogers claimed he killed OJ Simpson‘s ex-wife Nicole and her friend Ron Goldman. Rogers made the supposed confession while filming “My Brother The Serial Killer”, a documentary set to air on Investigation Discovery on Wednesday. Rogers was convicted of killing two women in 1995 and currently sits on death row. The largely unknown serial killer has killed 70-80 people according to the New York Post.
The documentary centers around Rogers’ life and features interviews with law enforcement officials and Rogers’ loved ones including his brother Clay, who turned him into the police after discovering a rotten corpse in his family’s shed. Prior to this discovery, Rogers had been bragging about killing 50 people but those claims were initially written off as crazy ramblings. Rogers allegedly made the confession to the criminal profiler.
Rogers claimed he was working in the area at the time of the murders and even produced sales receipts as proof. According to the documentary, OJ Simpson knew Rogers but did not mention him in court because it could have affected the outcome of the case. Simpson hired him to break into his ex-wife’s house to steal a pair of $20,000 earrings and told him to “kill the b*tch” if necessary. In addition, Rogers said he had befriended Brown-Simpson and had been bragging that he was “going to take her down.” Simpson was acquitted of the murders in 1995 but was found legally responsible via a civil suit and the families of the victims were awarded $33 million. Simpson is currently serving 33 years in prison from armed robber after breaking in a hotel room and robbing two sports memorabilia dealers at gunpoint. Prior to being thrown in jail for the robbery, Simpson had plans to release a book titled “If I Did It” but they were ultimately cancelled due to controversy and outcry surrounding the book.