O.J. Simpson's former manager said he knows who murdered Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman in 1994. Norman Pardo said during an interview on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO that, 'I know who did it and I knοw why they did it'.
'I just can't disclose it right now.'
Pardo said that he and Simpson neglected to disclose the information to authorities because when they tried to speak with police, 'they took all my stuff regarding the incidents'.
He said that there were people working on it and when they talked to police, 'they raided my office and took it all'.
Last week Los Angeles police announced that they were testing a knife believed to have been recovered nearly two decades ago by a construction worker working on the demolition of Simpson's home.
In an interview with People Magazine, Pardo said Simpson, who is in prison for an unrelated robbery conviction, 'isn't losing any sleep'.
In fact, Simpson burst into loud, uncontrollable laughter when he heard the news that the LAPD was testing a knife as the murder weapon that was found at his former Brentwood mansion.
'It's complete bulls**t. But this is all they got. It's pathetic, really pathetic,' Simpson told a prison source. 'Let me tell ya'll something, I'm not that stupid, I got on a plane that night going to Chicago, that's all I'm gonna say.'
Police are investigating this knife - found at the disgraced athlete's home and kept hidden by a traffic cop for up to 18 years - as the possible weapon they believe OJ used to murder his ex-wife, Nicole Brown-Simpson and her friend, Ron Goldman in 1994.
O.J. Simpson's ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson (left) and her friend Ron Goldman (right) were found dead in Los Angeles on June 12, 1994